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2020/2021 UBEC Federal Teachers’ Scheme: Delta State Announces New Date for Computer Based Test

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The Delta State Universal Basic Education Commission (UBEC) has announced new date for the conduct of Computer Based Test (CBT) for the 2020/2021 UBEC Federal Teachers’ Scheme (FTS) which was earlier scheduled for October 24, 2020.

Universal Basic Education Commission UBECThe State Director of Information, Dona Obuseh in a statement announced the new date, releasing phone numbers for enquiries.

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Find the full statement below:

It is hereby announced for the information of the general public particularly shortlisted candidates for the UBEC Federal Teachers’ Scheme (FTS) that the Scheme’s Computer Based Test initially scheduled for October 24, 2020, but was postponed due to some exigencies has been fixed for Monday November 16, 2020, in each state capitals and Abuja.

Consequently, all shortlisted candidates are to report to the designated Computer Test Centres (CBT) by 7.00am, as verification of aspirants shall commence at 8.30am and the examination at 10.00am. Centre for the Test will be communicated to candidates.

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Applicants are to come to the centre with the following materials:

i. Original copy of the printed application form.

ii. Original credentials for sighting and photocopy for submission.

iii. Valid identity cards such as National Identity Card, Voter’s Card, Driver’s License, International Passport.

iv. Face mask and hand sanitizer.

Candidates are advised to call the following numbers for list of items that are prohibited at the centre and for further details; 08033364779, 07032232377 or 08036014258.

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