Teachers Service Commission has released reasons for blocking some teachers from taking part in the coming employment.

(a)Presentation of forged document calls for a disqualification by the TSC.
The documents are scrutinized to an extend of doing thorough inquiries from the stated university to ascertain if the applicant was in indeed a student of that university.

(b)Deregistered teachers.
Teacher  Service Commission(TSC)  do keep records of teachers cases and once a teacher has been dismissed for one reason or another, the teacher is likely to be disqualified.

(c)Possession of two TSC  numbers.

TSC states that a teacher should be registered once. In a case where a teacher has two TSC numbers , the teacher can be disqualified as well, the teacher is regarded to commit professional misconduct.

(d)Not meeting minimum requirements.
The TSC has given clear requirements for one to be a teacher whether primary or secondary level. Unfortunately some teachers ignore this and go ahead to train as teachers. When such teachers appear before the panel they likely to be disqualified.

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(e)Possession of Certificates From Unrecognised Institutions

For any Tsc recruitment exercise if any Applicants is in  possession with certificates from unrecognized institutions call for an automatic disqualification.

(f)Avoiding to declare your Previous Employment

In this case before facing the panelists for an applicant to stand in better position  not to be disqualified must state if he/she was employed previously by the commission.

(g)Teaching Exposure in stated subjects 

A teacher can be qualified to teach  then Undertake  enhancement in two new subjects but has no teaching exposure in the subjects applied for .(not done any  teaching practice in the subject)

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(h)Missing In the Graduation List

Missing In the graduation book list can hinder one to be disqualified during TSC interviews. One to be safe must provide a graduation book list having the true names of the applicant.

(i)Different Names on Certificates

For an applicant to qualify all the names appearing on all the certificates must tally .In case they are not one has to Swear affidavit declaring the authenticity of the certificate in possession.

As a result of the above missing links, the commission has asked recruiting panels to be more keen during interviews.

They have equally been asked to subject the applicants’ documents to serious scrutiny so as  to avoid scenarios where undeserving applicants are given the TSC jobs as the deserving ones are left out. The teachers who will commit the above  illegalities knowingly  will be  disqualified  and shall  receive regret letters from the commission.

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The Commission again come out with strict  recruitment guidelines to be observed during employment exercise which include  the following.

In addition, every applicant must present original and legible photocopies of the following documents:

1.National Identification Card.

2. CPE/KCPE certificates.

3. KCSE certificates  including first attempt  certificate if  one repeated examinations

4. Degree/diploma Certificates  and official transcripts

5. Primary and Secondary Schools  leaving certificates.

6. A sworn affidavit to be  availed   where names on the submitted  documents differ .

The selection panel shall  shall subject all candidates to a vetting exercise to ensure that  each applicant to meets the above guidelines


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