TSC New Guidelines For Renewal Of Lost Registration Certificates. The Teachers Service Commission (TSC) has now introduced an easy and efficient way of replacing lost registration certificates 2023.
The Teachers service commission did a memo earlier this year to regional directors. The memo asked teachers to do applications for lost teacher registration online to avoid the issue of overcrowding at the TSC offices.
Reuben Nthamburi, the Director of Quality Assurance at TSC, highlighted that this latest move will be a smart one for teachers and cost friendly. He clearly stated that it will save on money and time spent.
As per the memo, Code of Regulation for Teachers (2015), specifically Regulation 32 (1) and (2), states that “`The commission can issue a duplicate certificate of registration to individuals who have lost, misplaced, or had their credentials destroyed“. Inorder to get a replacement certificate, applicants need to make an application with a non-refundable fee of Ksh2,055.
The Teachers service commission is responsible for registration of qualified and competent teachers. In an event a certificate of registration is lost or damaged or misplaced, the commission can issue a replacement certificate.
To obtain the certificate, teachers must go through the tsc portal www.tsc.go.ke and do application
TSC New Guidelines For Renewal Of Lost Registration Certificates
During application , the applicants need to have a copy of the original police report indicating loss of their certificate. Incase of change of names, marriage documents are a necessity.
Apart from the fee, applicants must have a valid National Identification card or passport.
Once applicants log in , they are required to key in their national ID number to proceed to the next step. In this next step, they will be mandated to give personal information such as a KRA PIN certificate, full name, and date of birth.
Once the required information is provided, you proceed to the final page, where you review and submit your details, inclusive of scanned copies of the original documents.
Teachers need to provide accurate and correct information during the application process, as required by TSC . Failure to do so may attract a penalty, including fines of up to Ksh 100,000, imprisonment for twelve (12) months, or both.
Additionally , the application fee need to be deposited in a bank account, and a bank slip should be provided as proof of payment.