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‘Failed’ Newly Trained Teachers resit results ready, GES to effect Postings

‘Failed’ Newly Trained Teachers resit results ready, GES to effect Postings

Resit results of Newly Trained Teachers who graduated from the various Colleges of Education but have not been posted due to failure in some of their papers have been released by the University of Cape Coast.

In a statement issued by the national Secretariat of the Teacher Trainees Association of Ghana,the leadership of TTAG on Tuesday, November 21, 2017, met the management of Institute of
Education, University of Cape Coast (UCC) to discuss some key issues affecting Teacher Trainees and Newly Trained Teachers.

In view of their meeting,the leadership of TTAG, Institute of Education – UCC, PRINCOF and other stakeholders are
putting measures in place to cover the three weeks lost as a result of the CETAG strike action which has negatively affected the academic activities of students.

This according to the leadership  would aid students complete their  courses before the first semester of 2017/18 academic year ends.

According to the statement,the management of Institute of Education, UCC made it known to the leadership of TTAG that, a few students who were not posted by Ghana Education Service (GES) after they have completed the three year Diploma in Basic Education (DBE) without referrals have any of the following issues;

a. Their inability to confirm their WAEC/WASSCE results after admission to college.
b. Incomplete results.
c. The used of unauthentic WAEC/WASSCE results to college.

The Director of Institute of Education, UCC Prof. Frederick Ocansey advised that, all affected Newly Trained Teachers who have not been posted are to ensure that, the following steps are taken before Friday, November 24, 2017.

The affected students are advised to as a matter of urgency Confirm their results at WAEC Head Office and send a hard copy to Institute of Education, UCC via EMS or any other possible means.

Such victims are to  Ensure the confirmation of all WAEC/WASSCE results slips if more than one.

They are to also ensure  that result slips are genuine /authentic.

“The resit examination papers for those who had referrals have been marked and a copy of the results shall be sent to the Ghana Education Service (GES) Headquarters by the close of this week for their postings.” it emphasized.


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