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TSC TEACHING SUBJECT COMBINATIONS TO AVOID AT ALL COSTS
A number of teaching subjects are currently flooded by graduates who are yet to be employed by the Teachers Service Commission, TSC. It is advisable that you avoid such subject combinations at university/ college as it will take you many years to be employed.
But, even as you choose your teaching subject combinations, be aware of the various TSC requirements for registration and recruitment. The articles below will be very important in enabling you make an informed decision;
Despite having a language that is compulsory in all High Schools, this combination has remained flooded making graduate teachers to stay for as long as 5 years without being employed by the TSC. Students going to the university should avoid this combination like a plague for now
2) Mathematics/Business Studies
Another combination that has remained disappointing over the years is this. It is reported that 4 years is the minimum number of years you will stay without permanent employment. For now this combination should be avoided until further notice.
Another combination that has demoralized teachers is Religion and History. Due to its nature of comprising only optional subjects, it has remained to be the lowest sought for by employers.
This combination comprises of purely optional subjects and is rarely advertised by the Teachers Service Commission. Hence it takes the longest of times for someone to be absorbed by TSC
The nature of Mathematics is that it is stroked /accompanies various other subjects including Chemistry, Physics, Biology, Business Studies, Computer and Physical Education. Therefore, Geography being the only humanity that accompanies Mathematics makes it difficult to be employed by TSC.
Those who want to do Education course should be advised not to do subject combinations that will bring them frustration upon graduation.
Get facts right.Your future is bright if you choose the right combination.