Aimed at ensuring that the Ongoing teachers recruitment is completed devoid any challenges, the Teachers Service Commission (TSC) has listed a total of seven reasons that may see some teachers applying for the advertised posts being disqualified.
The cited reasons include;
Those who are in possession of fake or forged academic documents will not have a chance in the Ongoing Excercise. The commission will contact the respective universities to ascertain that the certificate numbers are valid.
2. Deregistered Teachers.
This include teachers who have ever worked with the TSC and in one way or the other were deregistered due to misconducts.
3. Possessing two TSC numbers.
Those teachers who have been deregistered and they went ahead to apply for another TSC never will also be ineligible to apply. In case they do, they will be disqualified and will therefore not be shortlisted.
4. Teachers who do not meet the minimum requirements.
Meeting the minimum threshold will also be considered whereby one MUST have scored a minimum grade of C+ in KCSE and at least C+ in two teaching subjects.
5. Certificates acquired from unrecognized institutions.
Applicants with certificates acquired from unrecognized higher learning institutions will also be disqualified from the ongoing recruitment process.
6. Not declaring previous employment.
Those who have previously been employed by the TSC and exited due to various reasons should also declared their wish to return during the recruitment. In case they don't, they will be disqualified.
7. Missing on the graduation list.
Those Applicants whose names miss in the graduation list will be disqualified since the list acts as an evidence that they graduated. This means that applicants should present the graduation list to the panel during the interviews.
8. Having different names in the academic certificates.
Applicant names must be consistent in all the documents presented. In case of any inconsistency, one should present an affidavit to support the differences.
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