The Teachers Service Commission has issued a clarification on the countrywide mass recruitment of teachers announced days ago.
In the statement released on Wednesday, January 26, the commission clarified on the selection of primary school teachers to fill the vacancies advertised.
The Dr Nancy Macharia-led agency stated that teachers will be selected from a list of a past recruitment process conducted in July 2021.
"In the January 2022 advertisement on natural attrition, primary school teachers will be selected from the merit list compiled during the recruitment of additional teachers-July 2021," read the statement in part.
On January 19, the commission, announced that the recruitment of 2,945 teachers to replace those who had exited the service through natural attrition.
The commission led by Nancy Macharia, its Chief Executive Officer, advertised 2,053 jobs for primary school teachers and 892 slots for secondary school teachers.
In July 2021, TSC, announced 9,000 vacancies which attracted 350,000 applicants who were interviewed for a week by interview panels spread across the county.
Link : https://www.kenyans.co.ke/news/72604-tsc-issues-clarification-mass-recruitment-teachers
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