TSC Interview Scores: Details of how the Teachers Service Commission will score teachers seeking for promotions and the available 10,000 vacancies can be revealed. During the interviews, teachers who graduated earlier than 2015 will get a head start.
These teachers will get 25 marks while those who graduated in later years will get 20 marks.
Teachers who went back to school for further studies and who are now holders of Masters degrees, and teachers who graduated from the university with a score of First Class Honours will get higher scores as well.
The First Class degree or Masters holders will be awarded 40 points. Second Class Honours Upper Division degree graduates will get 35 marks while graduates with a pass will get a maximum of 30 points.
In addition, teachers who hold a diploma with a distinction will get up to 40 points. Those who hold a diploma with credit will get a maximum of 35 while those with a pass will get a maximum of 30 points.
Teachers who participated in the TSC internship programme will get an extra 30 points. This will see them emerge as favourites to get jobs going by the TSC interview scores.