No More Babies in Ghana Teacher Licensure Examination Halls – NTC

No More Babies in Ghana Teacher Licensure Examination Halls - NTC NTC Sends Strong 2023 GTLE Fraud Warning On Quick Pass Scheme

The NTC banned babies from Ghana teacher licensure examination halls. The  National Teaching Council (NTC) has therefore cautioned teachers who are also nursing mothers to sit for the last phase of the 2023 academic year’s Ghana teacher licensure examination if they have babies they may have to attend during the next examination.

The NTC will no longer permit babies in its examination hall and this directive takes immediate effect.

Information ExamHall has gathered is that the move is to help reduce cases of examination malpractice and ensure nursing mothers focus on their preparation and the examination without the need to attend to their babies in the examination hall or during preparations.

Teachers have also been advised to be well-dressed for the examination. Persons who come to the exam hall with bathroom slippers popularly known as ‘chalewote”  may be asked to go back.

The General Professional Knowledge examand the Multiple Subject Content/Single Subject Specialism starts on September 15, 2022.

In a related development, teachers who have registered for the examination can check their NTC GTLE confirmation status by following the four simple steps below.

1. Visit the NTC examination registration portal

2. Click on ‘Confirmation Status’

3. Enter your previous school/College of Education Index number and then

4. Click on Confirm to check your status or click Cancel to abort the process.

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To register for the examination visit the GTLE registration portal at   Enter your e-voucher Serail number and Pin you purchased in their respective spaces on the portal. Do well to complete the remaining file accurately with valid details. Upload your passport picture and complete the registration.

Do well to double-check the details you have provided. Once you are sure of their accuracy, submit them.

Do well to print the summary of the inputs made and also read the examination regulations then tick the tickbox before submission.

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