Students of Higher Teachers’ Training College, HTTC and Higher Technical Teachers’ Training College, HTTTC of the University of Bamenda are happy, after learning their salaries will be paid upon graduation.
This comes after the minister of Public Service and Administrative Reforms, Joseph LE visited the institution, Friday April 1, 2022.
During the Minister’s one day visit at the university campus in Bambili, he made it known that, the teachers will no longer take their files to Yaounde for integration, stressing that everything will henceforth be handled at the North West regional delegation of public service.
Addressing over three thousand students at the Bambili UBa campus, Minister Joseph LE emphasized that the teacher will be integrated into the public service immediately they graduate.
“I came on instructions of the Head of State to meet with the ENS and ENSET students to tell them that the problems some of them or their brothers faced in the past will no longer continue,” Minister Joseph LE said
The Minister added that, the issue of teachers having to go for years without integration is now history. This he said the ministry of public service has gone digital and everything is now handled at the level of the regions.
He said through his ministry, the students will have a maximum of three months to start receiving their salaries upon graduation and not years as has been the case before now.
While saluting authorities for a job well done this far, Minister Joseph LE said a new building for the ENS and ENSET students that is under construction at the university campus will soon be completed to accommodate students of the two institutions.
Before leaving the region, the public service boss had a stop at the North West regional delegation of MINFOPRA, where he inspected machines and other equipment put in place to kickstart the digitalization process.
According to the regional delegate of MINFOPRA for the North West region, his ministry is ready for the new process, with over six hundred files expected from the university of Bamenda before the end of 2022.
The new digitalization process, fast integration and payment of teachers salaries are part of government measures to put an end to an ongoing protest by teachers in Cameroon.
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