EducationPosting of GES staff returning from Study Leave with...

Posting of GES staff returning from Study Leave with Pay begins

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Ghana’s Education Service says it has uploaded 2020 posting forms online for qualified GES staff returning from Study Leave with Pay to apply from Wednesday August 12 to Wednesday, September 2, 2020.

The Service entreats all qualified teachers to visit gespromotions.gov.gh and provide the required and accurate information as requested.

It said all staff who are returning from Study Leave with Pay are required to complete filling the form before the deadline Wednesday, September 2, 2020.

Source: Georgeweb.org

17 COMMENTS

  1. Hello….plz why has this year’s examination centres still not released? Besides it’s just on Monday that we are commencing the examination, how possibly can we write, without knowing where we will write the exam at?

  2. I can’t check my examination centres. Please when I try to check my examination centres they say my index number is invalid. Please what should I do?

  3. The deadline has ended but the centres are still not in . I think those who have done the registration previously own should be out by now

  4. I think waec should not only use this portal to disseminate information on the nov/dec 2020 exams for private candidates.
    I would wish to suggest if they could also try to use the print media, radio or the tv.
    A lot of the private candidates who have registered for the nov/dec 2020 exams claim they have not yet been informed of their exams centres, and this can psychologically affect them.

  5. I think waec should not only use this portal to disseminate information on the nov/dec 2020 exams for private candidates.
    I would wish to suggest if they could also try to use the print media, radio or the tv.
    A lot of the private candidates who have registered for the nov/dec 2020 exams claim they have not yet been informed of their exams centres, and this can psychologically affect them.
    Waec should be able to use all the available channels to inform its clients properly.

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