Massive Federal Teachers Recruitment 2021: Check Registration Process

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Massive Federal Teachers Recruitment 2021: Check Registration Process

Massive Federal Teachers Recruitment 2021: Check Registration Process: The Federal Teachers Recruitment 2021 is open to all NCE holders in all prestigious NCE institution nationwide, interested applicants are to bear in mind, that posting will be done to any location within the country

Such as:

Nomadic schools

Almajiri schools

Schools identified through UBEC quality assurance that are without teachers

Subjects where applicants are needed include:

Science

Vocational Education

(Arts) Nigerian and Foreign Languages

English Language

Mathematics

Requirements Into Federal Teachers Recruitment 2021

Interested candidates who are currently working and receiving salary or allowance from any organization (Public and Private) are not allowed to participate in the Scheme without first formally disengaging from the organization.

Successful applicants must be ready to serve in any schools in the rural areas posted.

Applicants must hold the Nigeria Certificate in Education ‘NCE, obtained not earlier than 2013 from a recognized College of Education fully accredited by NCCE

Candidates should not be more than 40years of Age

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How to Apply for Federal Teachers Recruitment Online

Applicants who succeeds with the above-listed requirement should forward their application to the following under listed address, with:

Photocopies of their NCE Certificate,

Birth Certificates, and

Change of name should be attached to their applications as follows:

Your Application should be forwarded to the following Address

The Executive Chairman, State Universal Basic Education Board; in their respective LGEAs or SUBEB of your State

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