The Teachers Recruitment Exercise Would be Strictly on Merit – Commissioner Chuma-Udeh

Commissioner for Education, Prof. Ngozi Chuma-Udeh has stated that the current teachers recruitment exercise would be strictly on merit and will not tolerate,” see my candidate”, move in any form.

 

The Commissioner stated this during an interactive meeting with Post Primary School Service Commission (PPSSC) Management at Anambra State Universal Basic Education Board, (ASUBEB), Awka
Speaking at the meeting,she said applicants should be ready to prove they are deserving of the position of a teacher in the state. She disclosed, “no one would ride on the shoulder of “this is my candidate,” in the recruitment exercise.

Prof. Ngozi Chuma-Udeh urged applicants to report to the ministry, anyone demanding monetary gratification from them in exchange for appointment letter. She stated, it is appalling for people to fleece money from the unemployed,adding her administration will not tolerate such acts. Earlier the Commissioner charged PPSSC Management and Principals to take up the responsibility of moving the state forward.

 

She decried the fact that the system is run with emotion,hence deviating from laid down rules. “In the things of the state,matters of the heart is forgotten,” she noted. “The responsibility of creating a liveable state lies on us and I want to charge you to go back to your schools ,take up the responsibility to do the needful for the system to work.” “When one is taking salary for work not done,the person is contributing to the problem in the society.”

 

“Colloborate with the state by not covering up misconduct and report such acts to appropriate quarters, she charged. In her remarks,the Permanent Secretary,Ministry of Education -Barr. (Mrs) Nwando Obiano urged the PPSSC management to be cautious and considerate in stipulating levies for cultural day, Christmas parties and inter house sports, bearing in mind the plight of parents in the current economy.

 

 

The Chairman of ANCOPPS, Mr Jovita Arazu, thanked the Commissioner for while reassuring her of their continued solidarity to the present administration’s drive towards restructuring the state for good.

By Obiageli Nwankwo
Info Officer,Min for Education

12 thoughts on “The Teachers Recruitment Exercise Would be Strictly on Merit – Commissioner Chuma-Udeh

    • Uche Chukwuma Innocent Reply

      Im Uche Chukwuma Innocent with OND awaiting, i will love to apply as a teacher an professional in teaching Computer and accounting, Engkish and other subjects. Please i need to work im from Anambra

  1. Okafor charity chioma Reply

    Teaching is about guiding pupil/student to unfold existing potential in them .l promised to do my best if am employed

  2. Samuel Precious Ebube Reply

    I am a professional teacher and I have passion for teaching

  3. AGU MARY UKAMAKA Reply

    I will try to do my best when granted the opportunity to do that.

  4. Ebulue Nkechi Maureen. Reply

    I am a professional teacher and the passion and zeal I have teaching is second to none. I would really love to be among the chosen in order to share my wealth of knowledge and experience with the kids.

  5. Chukwuemeka Amarachukwu Reply

    *Teachers are great, no controversy* I have always loved teaching and if given the opportunity, I will do my best for the betterment of the community at large.

  6. Uche Chukwuma Innocent Reply

    I’m Uche Chukwuma Innocent with OND awaiting, i will love to apply as a teacher am professional in teaching Computer and accounting, English and other subjects. Please i need to work im from Anambra state

  7. Uba Glory Reply

    With my little experience in teaching, I found it fascinating to say that teaching is not just a profession but a Ministry (calling) which when thoroughly understood will breed children with high standards morally and otherwise

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