Teachers Without Professional Certificates To Go By December — FG

Must Read

Police Arrest Mom, Grandparents For Locking Children In Wooden Cages

The Police in Alabam, US, has arrested a mum, grandmother and grandfather for allegedly locking children in cages. The suspects...

Ashley Young Completes Medical With Inter Milan

Englishman, Ashley Young has completed his medicals with the Italian side, Inter Milan. The wing-back would now join the Nerazzurri...

EFCC Detains Benue Assembly Clerk, Wife, Two Daughters Over N220m Fraud

  The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) as arrested Torese Agena, clerk of Benue state house of assembly, over...

If You Want Stable Electricity, Stop Calling Us NEPA, DisCos Tell Nigerians

  Sunday Oduntan, executive director of research and advocacy, Association of Nigerian Electricity Distributors (ANED), has implored Nigerians to stop...

Imo: PDP’s Statement Designed To Undermine Peace, Stability Of Nigeria – Oshiomhole

    Adams Oshiomhole, national chairman of the All Progressives Congress (APC), has faulted the statement of the Peoples Democratic Party...

The Federal Government has said teachers who do not possess Professional   Certificate of the Teachers’ Registration Council, TRCN, will be shown the way out by the end of this year.

This was disclosed by the Registrar/Chief Executive of the Council, Professor Olusegun Ajiboye in Ibadan yesterday.

According to him, the decision is part of the three-year Ministerial Strategic Plan by the Minister of Education, Malam Adamu Adamu.

This, he added, was aimed at getting rid of unqualified teachers in Nigerian schools.

He further hinted that the first professional qualifying examination of TRCN would hold at the end of September, 2017.

He advised those who want to use the normal registration to act before the end of May 2017.

While hinting that about 1.6m teachers have registered, he said examination was designed in modules comprising category A (PhD holders), B (Master degree holders), C (Bachelor degree holders), and D (NCE holders).

Ajiboye said, “By the end of 2017, Nigerian children will be taught by only qualified professional teachers who can deliver the quality education desirous for the elevation of our children and our country.”

Source: Vanguard

- Advertisement -

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

More Articles Like This

- Advertisement -