The National Teachings Council announces to the general public especially, teachers who have taken the just ended licensure examinations that the results of May will be released soon. The NTC says the results of May 2021 Ghana Teacher Licensure Examination will be released on Thursday 29th July, 2021.
All candidates who took part in the examination can proceed to check their results from the National Teaching Council online portal using their pin given during the registration process or alternatively, the index numbers can be used to access the results.
All candidates are advised to print a copy of their provisional certificates after checking the results. Share this information to help others. Read the attached document below for more details.
The NTC is the body tasked to lincense all the teachers in Ghana. On record, the maiden edition of the examination was resisted vehemently by the first candidates. But it has been successful.
The license gives the Ghanaian teacher the authority to exercise his or her profession both internally and externally. A person has a chance of rewriting a failed subject during the first sitting of the exams.
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