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Bauchi Gov employs 310 new teachers

Bauchi State Governor, Bala Abdulkadir Mohammed, has employed 310 new teachers in compliance with the Federal Teachers Scheme (FTS) and the Federal Female Teachers Scheme (FTTS).

Speaking in Bauchi on Monday at the TSC complex the Commissioner for Education in the state, Dr Aliyu Usman Tilde at the presentation of the appointment letters to the employed teacher said Bauchi is among the few states in the federation to comply with the conditions of the teachers scheme.

Dr Tilde, who explained that the employed teachers were recruited based on merit, warned that anyone of them found wanting in the discharge of the responsibilities would be dealt accordingly in accordance with public service rules.

“I congratulate you for scaling through the very rigorous selection processes and for being able to be employed among many other qualified applicants who also applied for same job.

“Our message to you is that as you are aware, Bauchi State under His Excellency, Governor Bala Mohammed is committed to the recruitment of qualified teachers and we are going to monitor the conduct of all of you as our new teachers for us to achieve our aim desire of providing qualitative education to our children.”


The Commissioner also pointed out that, the present administration in the state has done a lot to advance education, said on staff welfare in particular, the ministry of education last year promoted half of its workforce based on performance basis.

In a key note address, the Chaiman, Teacher’s Service Commission in the state, Musa Wadata implored the employed teachers to always put the interest of the state first in the discharge of their duties and see themselves as indispensable partners in the task of repositioning Bauchi State education sector.

Musa Wadata noted that, the current approval for the recruitment of 310 teachers to schools in Bauchi State is the highest ever in more than 2 decades, as no such employment was made in the state.




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