The Oyo State Civil Service Commission has announced the release of results of prospective Education officers who sat for the Computer Based Test(CBT) from April 6 – April 8, 2021 at the Chief Bayo Akande Hall, University of Ibadan.
While speaking to newsmen, the Chairman, Oyo State Civil Service Commission, Alhaji Aderibigbe Kamoru Abiodun stated that applicants who sat for the examination are to visit the Oyo State Government Portal; oyostate.gov.ng for their results.
Alhaji Aderibigbe revealed that over fourteen thousand applications were received and the applicants included Higher National Diploma (HND) holders, National Certificate in Education (NCE) holders, and those with Single Honours from universities and educational-biased disciplines.
He however revealed that only 3251 candidates were shortlisted through the Management Information Center (MIC) portal.
“Let the information get to the applicants, friends and relatives that the result is out, they should check the portal to see their scores and print same for further actions.
“We are assuring all that the present administration in the State is not going to sacrifice quality at the doorstep of politics, especially as this exercise is about the growth of education in Oyo State.”
The number of shortlisted applicants, according to him, were increased manually to 3,251 as some candidates that could not access the portal before the text were assessed manually at the examination center.
He added that the selected applicants were considered according to the scheme of service to fill the vacancies for the sixteen Government Science Schools and the State Technical Colleges in the State.
The 3251 applicants that wrote the CBT will have their results released on Monday.
Aderibigbe saluted the conduct of the applicants during the Computer Based Test exercise and also affirmed that cut–off marks for each subject / specialization will be released on the same portal by 26th of April, 2021.
He further declared that the selected candidates were those who performed above the requisite score point thereby cementing governors Seyi Makinde’s objectives of selecting quality teachers to man the state’s Education.