The Teachers Service Commission( TSC) has embarked on mass recruitment across the country in a shot to alleviate the smelling deficit of teachers in seminaries.
The commission has declared 5,000 new vacuities and another 8,230 others to replace those teachers who have left the service through natural waste.
Of the registered teachers will be posted to different secondary seminaries to help in the 100 per cent transition policy which was initiated by President Uhuru Kenyatta. 1,000 preceptors will be posted to primary institutions while school teacher training colleges will get 28 teachers. They will be signed under permanent and pensionable terms.The reclamation drive will apply affirmative action targeting seminaries in Mandera, Garissa, and Wajir counties.
The North Eastern county is set to admit 1000 preceptors. In are-advertisement published on Monday, June 27 the Nancy Macharia- led commission said that it was set to hire 764 primary academy and 80 secondary academy teachers. The posts are on permanent and pensionable terms.
TSC also re-advertised 386 positions with 114 for primary seminaries and 272 for secondary seminaries on contractual terms to fill the vacuities in Garissa, Mandera, and Wajir.
The notice read in part that for one to qualify for reclamation, he/she should be a Kenyan citizen, hailing from Garissa, Mandera or Wajir Counties, be tutoring under Board of Management in Garissa, Mandera or Wajir Counties.
How to Apply
The teachers’ service commission doesn’t accept paper operations. All their operations are only submitted through their online portal. According to the TSC, all sections must be filled with the required information as urged.
The aspirants are also anticipated to overlook and attach only the needed documents. Only original documents should be scrutinized and uploaded.
For aboriginal teachers, they’re anticipated to attach a letter of clearance from the Ministry of Education Vetting Committee.
” It’s a serious offense to consciously give false information to TSC. The law provides that any person condemned of the offense may be fined up to Ksh 1,000,000 or locked for Twelve( 12) months or both according to Section 44 of TSC Act No. 20 of 2012.
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