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TESCOM Announces Cut Off Mark, To Begin Interview September 21

Oyo state government has announced 50% as the cut off marks for all subjects in the just concluded Computer Based Test for applicants of the Post Primary School Service Commission recruiment.

This was announced in a statement made available on Wednesday, the statement signed by the Permanent Secretary, Mrs Olabisi Oderinde, in Ibadan, the state capital.
The statement also added that the interview will commence on the 21st of September.

It reads: “As part of the TESCOM Management mission to support the vision of the Oyo State Government Engineer Seyi Makinde to restore the lost glory of Education and to move the State Education to a world class.

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“The Commission lead by Pastor Akinade Alamu therefore maintain objectivity, transparency, credibility and stand on MERIT to appoint whoever that will take up the Teaching job of the state. Therefore, the CUT OFF mark of the just concluded Computer Based Test result for Teachers is 50% in ALL Subjects.While the interview minimum score too will be 50%.

” Applicants are advised to bring along two (2) copies of CBT Score Slip, lnterview Schedule Slip and Relevants Credentials (Original and Photocopies of the Certificates)

“Any applicants that scored 50% and above should get ready for the interview that will commence on 21st September, 2020 till 3rd October 2020.
“Please watch out for the time table and the print out of the interview schedule on the usual Oyo State Job Portal soon.

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“Together we shall restore the Educational Standard of the State.”

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  • I’m still wondering whether the exam method employed for intending teachers in Oyo State will serve the desired purpose. Almost all the candidates that talked to me complained that they were examined majorly in subjects other than the ones they indicated to teach. I still can’t figure out how a teacher intending to teach mathematics should be examined on Yoruba language (and this is largely the pattern for all the subjects). This to me appears to be a fundamental flaw that can jeopardize the well meaning efforts of this welfarist administration from the onset. I sincerely wish that something could be done. The methodology of the exam is curiously perplexing.