From Mika’il Tsoho, Dutse
No fewer than 312 fresh graduates were successfully employed as secondary school teachers by the Jigawa state Ministry of Education.
The state Commissioner for Education, Hajiya Rabi Ishaq stated this while distributing the appointment letter yesterday at Ahmadu Bello Hall New Secretariat, Dutse.
According to the Commissioner, the state government under the leadership of Muhammad Abubakar Badaru planned to employ 500 new graduates as secondary school teachers across the state.
She said, about 1,800 applicants applied for the vacant while 312 has successfully employed and “we still have a vacancy for about 200 more graduates to fill the gap as we will soon advertise” she said.
The Commissioner who promised to provide standard education in the state said, the employed teachers are recruited in 17 subjects areas including English, Mathematics, Biology, physics, Chemistry, food Nutrition, Hausa, Islamic studies, financial Account, Economics, Computer sciences, Engineering among others.
Hajiya Rabi maintained that, the new employed teachers are only graduates for senior secondary schools as the State Universal Basic Education (SUBEB) has gone far in recruitment of NCE holders to fill the gaps at the Junior secondary and primary school across the state.
She then, called on the successful candidates to utilze the opportunity by obeying all the rules and regulations while carrying out their duties for achieving the desired goals of providing qualitative educations to Jigawa citizens.