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Just In: Message From NTC To All Those Who Participated In The Just Ended Licensure Exams

The management of the National Teaching Council wishes to inform the general public, especially all candidates who just completed the GTLE  October this month that the NTC examination portal is closed.

  1. Checking of GTLE results
  2. Printing of provisional teacher license certificate.
    The fifth edition of the GTLE came to an end last week, 2 October, and results are expected to be released before the end of the year.
    According to the management, their system will be available when the exams results are released and all candidates are expected to check results and Print out their certificate immediately the results are released.
    The result of the 5th edition of the GTLE will be released and be posted on the NTC online portal for candidates to access before the end of the year.
  3. Visit the NTC online portal
  4. Login with your Personal Identification Number (PIN) and Serial Number used during the registration for the exams.
  5. Therefore click on the submit button to access your NTC exams results.
    NB: Print Your Certificate After Checking
  6. If you have exhausted your four attempts after buying the for your pin and serial number you will have to pay GHC 7 for them to be renewed.

The NTC is mandated by Educational Act 2008 (Act 778), section 9 to improve the professional standing and status of teachers and to license and register teachers in Ghana.

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