The teachers Service Commission( TSC) has set three tough conditions for preceptors seeking transfer and swop from their current stations.
TSC has entered several transfer requests especially for the preceptors who were affected by delocalization and would want to go back to their home counties.
Following the transfer requests, the commission has set conditions that must be met for a transfer request to be considered.
TSC responded after questions were raised by a section of delocalized preceptors on eligibility for transfer or swop from their current stations.
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The commission’s response has come when the Kenya Kwanza government is planning a meeting with TSC over the delocalization imminence.
DP Rigathi Gachagua said last week that a meeting will be held with the Commission to bandy how the preceptors who are Delocalized are going to be transferred back to their home counties.
Still, TSC has said the transfer policy guidelines still stand ahead of the listed meeting.
In an dispatch dated 16th October 2022, TSC TSC said that one must have completed at least five times to be considered for a transfer.
The Commission also added that a schoolteacher must have a perfect relief for Swops and both should apply to indicate their desire to move the new stations.
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Part of the TSC dispatch read Kindly note that for a swop transfer the preceptors must have same subject combination, must have finished the five time obligatory rule and both must have applied indicating the desire to swop.
The TSC policy states that preceptors working in North Eastern region are needed to have completed at least three times before they’re transferred back to their home counties.
Teachers in other regions should work for at least five times before they’re considered for transfer to their homes.
Still delocalized preceptors should anticipate good news after the meeting between TSC and officers from Ruto’s government come to a conclusion.
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