The Kwara State Authorities has introduced the cut-offs for the continued academics’ recruitment.
The train is being carried out by the State Common Primary Training Board (SUBEB) and the Educating Service Fee (TESCOM).
A complete of 40,652 candidates sat for the latest examination in two classes, the Ministry of Training stated in a press release.
For SUBEB, the cutoff is 50 % for Kwara indigenes from 16 native authorities areas besides (candidates from) Baruten, Edu, Kaiama, and Patigi, whose go mark is pegged at 40 %.
The cutoff for non-Kwarans within the SUBEB class is 60 %.
For TESCOM, Kwara candidates who scored 50 % class are to proceed to the outcomes verification stage.
Candidates who posted 40 % from Baruten, Edu, Kaiama, and Patigi within the class may also have their outcomes screened for interview. The cutoff for non-Kwara candidates for TESCOM is 65 %.
The assertion famous that out of the 40,652 contributors throughout the 16 CBT centres, 9,991 candidates hit the cutoffs and have certified for the outcomes verification stage.
The figures embody 5,116 (SUBEB candidates) and 4,875 (TESCOM candidates) respectively.
“Solely candidates whose certificates are discovered to be real within the verification train might be invited for the interview stage which begins on March 15, 2021”, the federal government stated.
Kwara releases cut-offs for academics’ recruitment