Wed, 06 Nov 2019 17:08 - Updated Wed, 06 Nov 2019 17:08
1,000 vacancies for 9,000 teachers in Bié
Cuito - At least 9,010 candidates were selected for 1,000 jobs in Education in the central province of Bié, as the examination admission lists are posted in the sector municipality board since last Monday.
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The information was advanced this Wednesday to ANGOP in Cuito, by the acting director of Provincial Education Office, Francisco Machado, highlighting that the enrolments were held from 01 to 28 November, while the examinations will be done next 15 November.
He highlighted that the vacancies are distributed throughout districts of Cuito with 346, Nharea with 138, Andulo 119, Catabola 106, Chitembo 76, Camacupa 69, Chinguar 58, Cuemba 34 and Cunhinga with 54.
The official reminded that the public tender will apply new teachers for the primary school, into first and second cycle.
He highlighted that with the addition of the new teachers the number of children out of school system will be reduced, which is estimated in a range of 99,000 children.
Therefore, according to him, the Education sector of Bié province, perspective to insert, in the next school year, around 17,000 students.
The acting director of the Provincial Education Office said that the institution needs around thousand teachers to take children out of the school system in that part of the country.
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