TESCOM Dissociates Self From CBT Past Questions In Circulation

By Henry Odeh

Oyo state government has said that timetable for some categories of non teaching applicants for the on-going Teaching Service Commission (TESCOM) recruitment exercise will be provided.

This was made known in a tweet on one of the government’s verified twitter handles, Oyo State Government Feedback, on Monday.

The state through Teaching Staffs Commission (TESCOM) has also dissociated itself from Computer Based Test (CBT) past questions in circulation urging applicants to discountenance it as it is not from the commission.

It reads: “TESCOM has said that a timetable for non teaching applicants will be provided. Once that is done, it will be made public.”

However, it’s not clear the category of applicants that will be invited for the examination.

Confirming the development, a source who prefers to remain anonymous explained that there will be test for some categories of non-teaching applicants such as accountant and so on.

The source further explained that the test will not be for those aiming posts such as security guards and others.

“What I heard is that there will be test for some categories of the non-teaching applicants, such as accountant.

“But not for those aiming the post of guards and others” the source added.

Applicants are expected to log in to the state government portal to print their examination slip containing the venue, date, time and other necessary details about the examination.

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