Details Of Recruitment Contest For Primary School Teachers Slated For Next May
The Ministry of Education has opened the door to employment for university graduates in all scientific and literary-social fields to join the ranks of primary school teachers in three subjects: Arabic, French and Amazigh, on the basis of the written test for 2018.
All candidates won’t be concerned by the English language for this contest by French instead will be compulsory. On the other hand, the ministry for the first time licensed university graduates with a “postgraduate certificate” in scientific disciplines to participate in the competition.
Echorouk’s sources said that the Directorate of Human Resources Management at the Ministry of Education is in the process of finalizing the preparations for organizing the new recruitment competition 2018, where the recruitment of students to the rank of primary school teacher in Arabic has been opened on the basis of the “written test” by end of April or the beginning of next May, for the benefit of university graduates in all disciplines.
The latter include Humanities, psychology, sociology, political science and international relations, media and communication, civil rights, history, geography, philosophy, Islamic sciences, science Education, as well as Science, Economics, Business Science, Biology, Natural Sciences and Life, Physics, and Mathematics.
The entrance will be open for the first time in the history of the recruitment competitions for holders of the “Graduate degree” ie “Baccalaureate plus 4 years”, a university degree equivalent to the bachelor’s degree, and the way was also cleared for the postgraduate students in chemistry, physics, mathematics, and biology.
With regard to the post of professor of French language, the sources explained that the field will be opened to university graduates holding a bachelor’s degree in the specialization of “French” and a Bachelor’s degree in the Translation into French, while university graduates with a BA in Amazigh language and Amazigh culture will be able to teach the Amazigh language in schools.