It’s possible that you have lost or misplaced your original TSC certificate.
You have the choice to register with the Teachers Service Commission and submit an application for a reprint of the TSC duplicate certificate.
Requirements for Application of TSC Duplicate Certificate
As a teacher, you are required to fulfill the following requirements in order before being issued with a duplicate certificate:
~Bank slip of the payment
~An original police abstract in case of lost, destroyed, or misplaced certificate
~In case of a change of names on the certificate, an affidavit or marriage certificate must be uploaded.
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How to Apply for TSC Replacement Certificate
~You will need to visit teachersonline.tsc.go.ke/Regintro.aspx
~Enter your National ID number and Surname and click next
~Follow through with the process until section C
~Select the mode of payment, and type the pay-in slip number
~Save and finalize after confirming that all the details are entered accurately.
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For duplicate certificate application, you can also visit the Teachers Service Commission offices at Upperhil for direct printing of the certificate.
Make sure you have paid the relevant duplicate certificate fee beforehand, and you have the bank slip with you upon visiting the TSC offices.
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