Teachers Service Commission (TSC) is a constitutional commission mandated to manage human resources in education sector in the country.Teachers Service Commission employs, promotes, transfer and retain teachers in all public schools in the country.The commission also registers teachers before they can be allowed to teach in any school in the country.
As planned earlier,The teachers service Commission TSC has declared that they will proceed with interviews for diploma teachers which was scheduled between 26th to 27th April 2021.Despite good number of teachers finding those dates inconvenience since they will be marking the just completed Kenya certificate of Secondary Education exams TSC will conduct the interview as planned.
The teachers have been among the lucky government employees of late.The Teachers Service Commission has been providing jobs and promotions for the deserving teachers.This has seen the teachers especially the school administrators get some good salaries as compared to back then.This July,the teachers are expected to begin earning new salaries due to the new CBA.However,this may delay as the treasury has given some disappointing news to the teachers by cautioning the employers against increasing salaries due to the financial state of the country brought about by the Covid 19 Pandemic.This has led to the teachers unions give a future strike threat if the government fails to obey the CBA agreements.
As the JSC interviews end today, many of us have seen how the Chief Justice candidates tackled the questions they were asked depending on how well they prepared for the interview.Some were noticeably unprepared (like today's candidate), others were relatively good and others were articulate and direct to the point, as required by the commissioners.
'Where do you see yourself in 5 years ' is a very common question asked in almost every interview.It is a question about your future plans or goals.Employers usually ask this type of question to gather insight into how well this job fits with your overall career aspirations.
Acting Chief Justice Philomena Mwilu has finally opened up that she is not a professional interviewer.While asking some questions to highly educated Professor of Law who holds two doctorate degrees, she noted that if he was not comfortable with certain wordings, it would be good to seek clarification.
The ongoing interviews to pick the best candidate for the position of the chief justice has seen brilliant and wise minds engage the interviewers on interesting debates.Today Justice William Ouko appeared before the panel while senior counsel Fred Ngatia took his turn yesterday.There is a heated debate among Kenyans over who would take over from the retired former chief justice David Maraga and the acting Chief justice Philomena Mwilu.
In our modern society today technology has improved services, people can have meetings and contact interviews through phone calls or zoom and skype.All this media platforms are applicable to anybody who is anywhere in the world.There are ways by which you should prepare for a phone interview.
With 25 years experience in Judicial and legal matters, Ms. Alice Yano was expected to give far much more than she was able to while responding to the JSC Interview questions.It was also fortunate enough that she was scheduled to take up her Interviews on the last day of the interview, giving her an added advantage of getting clues on the questions to be asked by the JSC commissioners.
It is so easy to assume that the skills we need to advance in a job career is only taught or found in schools.In reality, the technical knowledge you need for your everyday career is only a small portion of the skills you need to advance in your career.
While being interviewed today, Justice William Ouko showed great skills while responding to the questions from the interviewing panel.He was slow, calm and measured with his words.Justice Ouko before the panel proved that he is fit to be the next Chief Justice, from the great composure, skills and knowledge he used while tackling the questions.
Judge Ouko.Photo courtesy.Kenyans are currently witnessing the interview of a possible Chief Justice who will take over from Chief Justice David Maraga who retired few months ago.Several people have been interviewed for the job.Kenyans raised questions after all Judges of the supreme court failed to apply for the job despite being favourable to win due to vast experience.
The JSC continued its interviews this week on the search for the next Chief Justice with Fred Ngatia and Justice Ouko being the latest judge to face the panel.Today the interviews continued as Professor Wekesa Moni presented himself before the JSC panel.Dr. Boni Khalwale took to his Twitter page to give his thoughts on the ongoing interviews in which he aslo hinted on the candidates that may be shortlisted for the Position of Chief Justice.
Are you expecting to attend an interview soon?Well, here are some of the basic tips that might help you prepare to attend an interview.First, you need to know that recruiters have a few things they want to hear from a candidate and always keen to filter what they consider valuable to them from the candidates responses.
Many are following the proceedings for Judicial Aspirants.The Judicial Service Commission is conducting interviews.To determine the appropriate candidate to succeed the former Chief Justice, David Maraga.Many are the candidates who have expressed interests.Today,was a date for Prof.Dr.Dr.Moni Wekesa.In a long 5 hours interview.The candidate was present to face the commission officials.
The ongoing judicial Interview has various important aspect of life that every Kenyan must adhere to.The key aspect that is overriding is giving back to the society as a way of appreciation.The interview of Judge Ngatia and Judge Ouko focusses on the need of appreciating the society by availing yourself through different ways.
The High Court today on Wednesday, April 21 temporarily stopped the Judicial Service Commission (JSC) ,from selecting a successful candidate from the 10 legal experts, who are interested in the Chief Justice post.A three Judge bench comprising Antony Mrima , Hellen Onkwani and Reuben Nyakundi , gave the directive after 4 petitioners sought at a stop order, arguing all the candidates for CJ position had not met minimum legal requirements .
Both freelance and full-time office employments have their pros and cons but by comparing the two you may actually be surprised that both of them are almost the same.When freelance jobs are done right, they too come with great perks of freedom, money and peace of mind.
Senior Council Lawyer Fred Ngatia being escorted by C Anne Amadi out of the Supreme Court building after 5-hours interview with Judicial Service Commission (JSC) commissioners.The search for the next Chief Justice of Kenya has continued for seventh day today, where the Judicial Service Commission (JSC) has interviewed the Senior Council Lawyer Fred Ngatia for the position.
Have you ever been to an interview?If yes am quite sure you know the stomach butterflies that one has before and during the interview.If no,am quite sure you want to have a good and memorable first interview.Here are some tips to help you out with that: 1.Do intensive research about the organization.