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GES Explains How The Recruitment Was Done

The Director-General of the Ghana Education has Explained How The GES Recruitment Was Done. He further explained which category of university graduates were recruited and given postings in the recent release.


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How The GES Recruitment Selection Shortlist Was Done

  1. Speaking in an interview on UTV, the Director-General revealed that, more than 100 thousand graduates applied but after the sorting, it was realized that only 75 thousand qualified.
  2. Out of the 75 thousand, only 6,500 were needed, so the service sorted it out using the subjects that needed teachers the most.
  3. Even after sorting out using the subjects below, it was realized that 30 thousand qualified
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Graduates With The Following Subjects Were Recruited

  1. TVET
  2. French
  3. Early Childhood
  4. Science
  5. Mathematics
  6. Music
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  1. Hmmmmm, I have first degree in Basic Education (mathematics) which was a criteria but was not posted. I don’t even understand the situation any longer.

  2. Hmmmmm Ghanaian Leaders.Remember that it’s we who made you the so remember us.A to the Director General of Education.Are you constelling UTDBE program? lf not why are you not employing us? please do something we are suffering.thanks

  3. I just don’t understand at all, always playing with the needy people,why do we even go to school?hmm doing politics with the needy

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