EducationGhana, June 4, GES: The Ghana Education Service (GES) has released the list of candidates who got promoted after taking part in the February 2021 Promotion Examination (Aptitutde Test).
The GES in a statement issued on June 2, 2021, and signed by its Deputy Director General , Anthony Boateng indicated that out of 46,486 candidates who were shortlisted for the test, 29, 465 candidates representing 63.3% were promoted.
Grades for Teaching Staff
Te GES listed the following grades for the teaching staff of the GES to which the staff were being promoted.
- Deputy Director
- Assistant Director 1
- Assistant Director 11 and
- Principal Superintendent
According to the statement, for the Deputy Director grade, 3,611 candidates took the test , out of which 2, 139, representing 59.2% were successful.
Assistant Director 1
For Assistant Director 1 grade, 8753 candidates took the test with 5817 being successful, representing 66.5%.
Assistant Director 11
31,044 candidates sat for the promotion test to Assistant Director 11 grade, out of which 19, 801, representing 63.8% passed.
For the Principal Superintendent grade, a total of 3,078 candidates were shortlisted for the test, out of which 55.5%, being 1,708 candidates were successful.
How to Access Results
The GES said results can be accessed on www.gespromotions.gov.gh for a fee of GH¢10.
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The GES said formal letters will be released in due course .
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