The Oyo State Post-Primary Teaching Service Commission (TESCOM) has released the results of the recently held Computer Based Test for applicants into the state teaching service.
HOW TO CHECK THE RESULT
Applicants who sat in the for the exam have been directed to visit https://tescom.jobportal.oyostate.gov.ng/ and login to check their results.
It will be recalled that the Oyo State government disclosed that 441 first-class graduates from different fields applied to write the Computer-based test (CBT).
The Chairman, Oyo State Teaching Service Commission, Pastor Akinade Alamu stated this while inspecting the exercise which held at the University of Ibadan CBT hall.
The exercise which was to ran through the week till Saturday attracted applicants from all the zones of the State.
Pastor Alamu said the interest of the said best candidates in teaching service portended significant turnaround for the education sector in the State, as the present administration under the leadership of Governor Seyi Makinde has ensured all other inputs to achieve success have been provided.
According to him, “We are happy to have the best applicants, especially the first-class graduates taking part in this exercise, the government of Oyo State is desirous of lifting education to a higher level so that we will have as much as the best among our applicants.
“We want to bring back the pride attached to teaching in the old, it is the best profession and if we have the best hands joining, it is a good omen.
“The scores at the interview level will place applicants higher, we have a mark for NCE, we have a different mark for graduates and there is a higher mark for first-class, this shows that the whole thing will be based on merit.
“The present government is concerned with the upliftment of education in the State, this is why we decided that before we appoint anybody as teacher, such a person must be qualified, competent and ready to work in line with the passion of the governor for education, I believe this will raise the standard of education in the State and will catapult the performance rating of our State to the first three.”
Pastor Akinade said the inputs earlier made available to the education sector by the present administration like distribution of compendium of past questions of a subjects, the intervention classes, distribution of books among others were indications of a State that always planned.
He saluted the comportment of all applicants that wrote the test on Tuesday and reiterated the stand of the government to pick the best among the applicants.