94% of aspiring teachers failed junior level aptitude test in Sindh

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Sukkur Institute of Business Administration (IBA) conducted the junior level aptitude test. However, a large number of aspiring teachers failed in the test.

Around 94% of aspiring teachers failed in junior level aptitude test conducted by Sukkur IBA. According to the sources, 34,000 students appeared in the test for Junior Elementary School Teacher or JEST post. However, just 2,000 candidates (6% of total candidates) passed the test by Sukkur IBA Testing Service.

Different candidates who made appearance in the test complained that it was lengthy and difficult. In addition, several questions were also out of course and much technical.


On the other side, Zahid Hussain Khand, Sukkur IBA Registrar, revealed that the Sindh government announced the policy to pass just those candidates who scored 60% or greater. It was, unfortunately, not possible for the large number of aspiring teachers.

According to sources, Sindh government announced test for 1,100 positions for early child teachers and 6,000 posts for junior elementary school teachers respectively.

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