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CATEGORIES OF TEACHERS TO GET PROMOTION LETTERS FROM NEXT WEEK

CATEGORIES OF TEACHERS TO GET PROMOTION LETTERS FROM NEXT WEEK

CATEGORIES OF TEACHERS TO GET PROMOTION LETTERS

The Teachers Service Commission (TSC) will consider awarding  promotion letters to teachers above age 50 years ,those with proven disability and those that have held acting position of Head of Institution and Deputy Head of Institution .

The above three categories are expected to win big in the ongoing  process of teacher promotions whose final list of successful candidates is expected to be out from next week .

The above teachers who attended interview stand high chance of getting appointment letters for promotions to the next level.

Human resource managers in the various  TSC units are expected to start receiving the lists for the successful teachers and proceed with printing of their appointment letters for promotions.

The letters are expected to be ready for dispatchment from stating Monday next week.

The teachers  employer has working around the clock in order to  ensure that the process is completed in good time so as to allow for enough time to deal with deployment of primary teachers to Junior  Schools (JS).

Teachers who are currently of age 50 years and above, those with disability and also those under acting position of Head of Institution and Deputy Head of Institution stand high chance of getting promotions.

The appointment letters for promotions for teachers will start being dispatched to various counties as from the start  of next week depending on the speed of TSC Human Resource unit.

It is expected that end of March 2023, successful teacher teachers  shall  have received their promotion letters .

Those who will not be successful will also have have received regret letters.

Teachers were asked to present some documents during interview sessions.

Teacher’s original national ID Card, individual original academic and Professional certificates were needed during verification exercise.

In addition to this, teachers had to produce analysed individual subject results in either KCPE or  KCSE Examinations for the last three years.

Equally, the results had to be certified by TSC County Directors or the Sub County Directors of education.

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