2020 Teacher Licensure Exams scheduled for September 24-25

2020 Teacher Licensure Exams scheduled for September 24-25

- The Teacher Licensure Examination, has been confirmed to commence on September 24 and 25, 2020

- Registration for the examination was open from August 27 to September 9, 2020

- The NTC has however urged candidates to log onto a particular portal to check their confirmation status before proceeding to the bank to purchase the voucher

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The Ghana Teacher Licensure Examination, has been confirmed to commence on September 24 and 25, 2020 by the National Teaching Council (NTC)

The Public Relations Officer of the NTC, Dennis Osei-Owusu in a statement, said registration for the examination was open from August 27 to September 9, 2020.

Applicants are encouraged to visit any GCB Bank branch nationwide to purchase a voucher for the online registration adding that examination centres could be found on the exam registration portal.

Candidates writing all three papers are expected to pay GH¢220.00, while those writing two papers would have to pay GH¢100.00 for a paper.

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All prospective candidates are supposed to hold Diploma in Basic Education, Bachelor of Education, Post Graduate Diploma in Education or Higher Degree in Education.

The NTC urged all candidates to log onto http://exams.ntc.gov.gh to check their confirmation status before proceeding to the bank to purchase the voucher.

Meanwhile, all unconfirmed candidates are expected to contact their awarding institutions to have their details sent to the NTC for confirmation.

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In other news, some JHS teachers have stated that they would be more pleased if the government replaced their hot meals with money.

Although they welcomed the government’s one hot meal initiative for pupils and staff announced by President Akufo-Addo in his 15th COVID-19 address to the nation, they claim cash would be better.

Mavis Adjei, a teacher in a public basic school said some teachers were on diet and would not benefit from the meals and appealed to the government to consider replacing the hot meal for teachers and staff of basic schools with money.

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