Punishment is an abuse of students right – GES to Teachers.

Over the years, they’ve been a debate and lot of discussions on punishments in our various schools. Whiles some are of the view that teachers should be allowed to use some minimal punishment, others are also with the believe that such actions will amount to abuse of the child’s right. The Ghana Education Service over […]

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JUST IN: GES RELEASES FRESH POSTING OF TRAINED TEACHERS

The Ghana Education Service has released the postings of the 2017, 2018 2019 Trained Teacher Trainees. The management of the Ghana Education Service (GES) announces for the information of the general public, particularly those who: completed and passed the College of Education exams in 2017, 2018,2019 passed their licensure exams completed the mandatory National Service […]

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REPUTABLE NON-BANK FINANCIAL INSTITUTION INVITES APPLICATIONS FOR THE FOLLOWING POSITIONS

A reputable Non-Bank financial institution invites applications from qualified persons to fill the following vacancies; Finance Manager Experience: Minimum of 15 years of working experience with 10 years in finance and accounting field. Qualifications: Masters in Finance or Accounting and a professional Certification.  Marketing Manager Experience: Minimum of 8 years working experience in the marketing […]

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JOB VACANCIES AT LEADING COCOA PRODUCTS MANUFACTURER

At Barry callebet, we are on a journey to transform the cocoa and chocolate industry. As the world’s leading manufacturer of cocoa products, our actions truly shape the future of our industry.  We are a business to business company, serving the entire food sector from the cocoa bean to the finest chocolate product.  We have […]

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NABCO CANDIDATES FRUSTRATED AS RECRUITMENT PORTAL NOT WORKING, PLANS TO VOTE AGAINST THE GOVERNMENT.

After a successful implementation of NATION BUILDERS CORPS ( NABCO) about 3 years ago, the government has promised to recruit the beneficiaries permanently. For the past two weeks, the government has introduced a system where all NABCO  personal can go and register and will be given the chance to be employed permanently. But unfortunately for NABCO […]

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Judicial Service begins posting

The Judicial service of Ghana has began posting of applicants that are successful after the recent interview.  According to the service, some of the applicants have successfully completed their interview and already posted to their various stations and  they are already working. Another set is also believe to have passed their interview and are comfortably awaiting […]

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Massive Recruitment of Teachers by GES

The Ghana Education Service invites application from trained teachers who completed College of education in 2019 for massive recruitment and placement in public schools all over the country  Applicant Must meet the following criteria. Must complete any college of education in 2019 Must complete the mandatory National service  Passed Ghana teachers Licensure exams  Ready to […]

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How to successfully register your business. (Pt.1)

The sole institution mandated by law to register all business name is the registrar general department. Most people find it difficult to get their business name registered, perhaps they don’t know how.  In this article, we will show you how to step by step register your business name without any “goro” boy. Provide 3 business/company […]

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Five Businesses you can engage in before completing your tertiary education.

Finding a job immediately after completing your tertiary education is almost getting impossible.   In this article, we are taking critical look at five businesses you can start now if you don’t want to stay home jobless after your tertiary education; Buying and Selling : the fundamental of every business is selling. Irrespective of how large […]

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Go and sin no more – Akuffo ADDO to dismissed WASSCE candidates.

The Ghana Education Service (GES) yesterday has dismissed some students for acts of indiscipline in the ongoing 2020 West African Senior Secondary Certificate Examination (WASSCE). A statement from the Ghana Education Service revealed that the affected students have been barred from writing their remaining papers. Below are the names of the affected students Nicholas Cobbinah […]

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