TSC Releases A New Scoresheet For Recruiting Interns. For teacher interns, the Teachers Service Commission (TSC) has 20,000 positions available. The most recent notification is that there are 2,000 total slots for basic schools and 18,000 spots for junior secondary schools.
Concerned about this are teachers and existing interns who had planned to be hired permanently and be eligible for pensions by the commission.
The Teachers Service Commission (TSC) announced 20,000 teaching openings on Wednesday, July 5. 18,000 of them were for junior secondary schools, and 2,000 were for primary schools.
According to the work description provided by the commission, the interns will be spread out throughout 47 counties, with 758 intern teachers being allocated to Kitui County.
The following is the score sheet that will be used to guide the hiring process:
Primary school teachers are entitled to a remuneration of Ksh15,000 per month. Junior secondary school teachers would receive Ksh20,000 per year.
The score sheet that will be used to direct the hiring process is provided below:
In order to improve their teaching abilities, it aims to place registered instructors who are unemployed in educational settings where they can receive coaching, mentoring, and exposure to real-world teaching situations.
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The commission informed all applicants that manual submissions would not be taken into consideration.
The following requirements are some of those that JSS interns must meet:
1. The applicant must be a citizen of Kenya.
2. A Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KSCE) or its equivalent, or an education diploma with a minimum mean grade of C+ (plus) and C+ (plus) in two teaching topics, is required.
3. A teacher must be a member of the Teachers Service Commission.
However, the following criteria must be met by elementary education interns:
1. A Kenyan national is necessary.
A PI certificate holder must be present.
3. The owner needs to be registered with the TSC
TSC Releases A New Scoresheet For Recruiting Interns
For the length of the internship, it will be necessary for all chosen candidates to obtain personal accident insurance to cover personal risks.
Among the documents needed are the National Identity Card (also known as a passport), the National Health Insurance Fund (NHIF) card, the Kenya Revenue Authority Personal Identification Number (KRA PIN), and two coloured passport-size photos.
Candidates must include a copy of the National Council for Persons with Disabilities (NCPWD) if applicable.
TSC emphasized the transparency and impartiality of the application process and warned prospective applicants to be wary of con artists’ ploys.
It was emphasized further by the Teachers Service Commission that “any fraudulent activity should be reported to the nearest TSC office, Teachers Service Commission headquarters, or the nearest police station.”
The commission will shortly determine whether to extend the current interns’ internships until 2025 or accept them into permanent positions with pension benefits.