The latest report indicates that Teachers Service Commission (TSC) is planning to launch countrywide Biometric Enrollment of Teachers. The process will entail enlisting teachers finger prints which will can then be used by the commission to allow for forensic and intelligence - led investigations in cases where examination papers are tampered with. According Teachers Service Commission CEO Dr. Nancy Macharia , ''TSC takes automation a notch higher by launching the biometric enrollment system to ease teacher identification and curb exam malpractice.'' The biometric registration shall entail validation of data of teachers in all public primary and secondary school, Teacher colleges , Centres for mathematics , Science and technology Education in Africa and Kenya Institute of Special Education.
Teachers are required to physically avail the following documents during the exercise which was scheduled for piloting in May 2020 last year but was stopped due to the outbreak of Covid-19 .The documents include
2.National Identity Card (ID).
3.First appointment letter.
4.Last appointment letter.
5.Certificate of registration.
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