Kwara TESCOM Recruitment Cut-Off Marks & Interview Dates 2021

Kwara State Kwara State Teaching Service Commission (TESCOM) Teachers Recruitment Cut-Off Marks, Oral Interview / Screening of Certificates Dates, Time & Venue 2020/2021.

This is to inform all candidates that the Kwara State Government has announced the the cut-off marks, oral interview and certificate screening of candidates exercise dates, time and veneue for those who wrote the Kwara State TESCOM Teachers’ Recruitment Examination in the state.

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Kwara State TESCOM Teachers Recruitment Cut-Off Marks, Oral Interview & Certificates Screening Dates, Time & Venue 2020/2021


  • All Kwara State TESCOM applicants who attained the 50% cut-off mark are to proceed to the second phase of the recruitment exercise which is the oral interview and the results verification stage.
  • Candidates posted from Baruten, Edu, Kaiama, and Patigi who attained the 40% cut-off mark in this is also eligible / qualified for the oral interview and certificate screening exercise (2nd phase). screened for interview.
  • Kwara State TESCOM Cut-Off Marks for Non-Kwara Applicants is 65%.

NB: These cutoffs are a product of thorough deliberations by various education stakeholders, predicated on the number of applicants, their performances in the CBT (examination), as well as considerations for disadvantaged areas of the state without necessarily jettisoning acceptable degree of competence,” the statement said.

Out of the 40,652 that sat the examination across the 16 CBT centres, only 9,991 applicants hit the cutoffs and have therefore qualified for results verification stage of the exercise for the two categories.

The figures include 5,116 (SUBEB applicants) and 4,875 (TESCOM applicants) respectively.


All candidates who attained the required cut-off mark for the Kwara State TESCOM Teachers Recruitment are hereby invited for an interview exercise scheduled to hold as follows:

Oral interview and screening of certificates shall be conducted for only candidates who successfully passed the qualifying examinations and attained the required cut-off marks from 23rd March, 2021 to 29th March, 2021 by 9:00am daily.

(Candidates are to come with their acknowledgement slips printed online and original and photocopies of their certificates.).

NB: successful candidates have been notified through SMS for each stage of the recruitment process.

Good-luck to all Candidates!

Read Full Statement Below:
The interview for applicants for the Teaching Service Commission (TESCOM) jobs in Kwara State will begin on Tuesday, March 23rd in Ilorin, the state capital.

The interview will hold from 9.a.m. daily at the banquet hall in Ilorin — except on Saturday, March 27 when the exercise will hold at the Hall A of the Kwara Hotel in Ilorin.

Applicants from Kaiama, Asa, Baruten, Edu and Patigi are scheduled for Tuesday, March 23; while those from Ilorin South, Isin, Oke Ero and Ekiti are billed for Wednesday, March 24.

 Thursday, March 25 is scheduled for applicants from Offa, Oyun, and Irepodun; while those from Ifelodun, Moro, and Ilorin East will be screened on Friday March 26.

 Those from Ilorin West are scheduled for Saturday, March 27; while non-Kwara applicants and remainders from Ilorin West will be screened on Monday, March 29.

 All the candidates are expected to bring the original copies of their certificates for sighting and on-the-spot online verification.

“All applicants are also required to bring scratch cards for WAEC/NECO/NABTEB or any secondary school leaving certificates they may have presented for the exercise. This is to allow panelists to fact-check their school leaving certificates. The applicants will have their O level results verified online as they appear for an interview,” according to a statement.

 “Only applicants with a valid secondary school leaving certificates will proceed to the next stage of the screening/interview.”

The statement also urged applicants to use their face masks and be conscious of other COVID-19 protocols.

 Yakub Ali-Agan
Press Secretary
Ministry of Education and Human Capital Development
March 22, 2021