Teachers Service Commission (TSC) has advertised permanent jobs for interns and unemployed teachers. A total of 10,000 teachers will be employed in the coming mass recruitment.

During the interviews, intern teachers will be awarded the 30 marks for internship. However, they will be required to meet some conditions.

Among the evidence required from intern teachers for them to score the 30 marks is certificate of internship. The junior intern teachers are yet to complete their contract for them to obtain this important document.

However, TSC has softened its stand on evidence required for the junior interns to scope the 30 marks. Any evidence for Internship contract will earn them the marks. This is a good news for junior who neither have certificate of Internship nor extension letter.

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This means any of the below requirement is enough to earn any intern teachers the crucial 30 marks;

Three payslips for 2020 and three for 2021, letter from the institution where he was detained, letter from the Regional Director of Education stating when the contract began.

This comes a time whenTSC has advertised employment opportunities for the secondary school teachers. The commission has even published the requirements for upcoming employment. After the advertisement, the commission will then invite candidates.

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Teachers Service Commission and Boards of Management are required to conduct the selection exercise for the advertised vacancies in their institutions.

The Selection Panel will be expected to exercise the highest degree of transparency and accountability, as stipulated in the Public Officers Ethics Act, and TSC Code of Conduct and Ethics 2015. The Head of Institution is required to induct the panel members on the relevant sections of the Act and CORT 2015 before the commencement of the selection exercise.

The TSC County Director MUST ensure that the recruitment process is done in strict adherence to the laid down protocols by the Ministry of Health on containment of COVID- 19 pandemic.

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All applicants must be registered teachers as per Section 23 (1) of the Teachers Service Commission Act, 2012. Applicants who are not registered do not qualify to be recruited.

Applicants whose names differ in the certificates and/or identity cards are required to present sworn affidavit on the difference in names.

Applicants who re-sat either KCPE or KCSE examinations (or their equivalents) MUST present certified copies of the certificate(s) of the national examination(s) in question for all attempts.


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