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FG Okays Recruitment Of 40,000 For Federal Teachers' Scheme

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FG Okays Recruitment Of 40,000 For Federal Teachers' Scheme

Post  Admin on Tue Jan 20, 2009 6:33 pm

Federal Government has approved the recruitment of 40,000 candidates for the second batch of the Federal Teachers' Scheme (FTS).

The FTS is a two-year internship programme introduced in 2006 to prepare graduates of Nigeria Certificate in Education (NCE) to gain employment as qualified teachers.

Ahmed Modibbo, Executive Secretary of the Universal Basic Education Commission (UBEC), disclosed this in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on Monday in Abuja.

"A screening exercise has been conducted already for the selection of candidates into the scheme.

"The successful candidates will be posted to states and the FCT where they would serve mainly as primary schools teachers during their two years internship programme,'' Modibbo said.

He, however, said two states, Ekiti and Ogun, had indicated that they did not need the services of the FTS participants.

Modibbo said the recruitment of the second batch was based on the successful completion of the first batch of the programme which ended last October.

"Government is impressed by the tremendous impact on the quality of teaching and learning in the school system in most states in the last two years.

"A significant number of participants (38,876) who completed the programme last October have already been engaged by the states,'' Modibbo said.

He said 28 out of the 36 states of the federation had begun formalities for the employment of the NCE graduates.


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