Staff of the Ghana Education Service are often required to undertake some form of test to be promoted to the next grades in the service. Previously, promotion of teachers from one grade to another included interview. But the education management body has decided to test teachers through a written examination.
In February this year, a total of 46, 486 candidates sat for the promotion examination. The various ranks to which teachers will be promoted to include the following. From the lowest, Principal Superintendent(PS), Assistant Director II (ADII), Assistant Director I, (ADI), Dputy Director (DD).
According to a release by the from GES signed by the Deputy Director General, Anthony Boateng, a total of 29, 465 candidates representing 63.3% passed and were promoted.
Check the breakdown below:
Total number of candidates 3,611. Total passed 2,139 representing 59.2%
Assistant Director I
Total number of candidates 8, 753. Total passed 5,817 representing 66.5%.
Assistant Director II
Total number of candidates:31, 044. Total of 19, 801 passed representing 63.8%.
A total number of candidates: 3, 078. Total of 1,708 candidates passed representing 55.5%.
Candidates can however access their results via www.gespromotions.gov.gh at a fee of Gh¢ 10.00.
According to the release, the formal promotion letters will be released in due course.
Congratulations to all successful candidates. And to those who couldn't make it, better luck next time.
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