TSC internship score sheet 2021-2022

However, Diploma and Degree candidates from same year of graduation and same academic qualifications will continue scoring same marks going into Internship employment.

The qualified candidates will be required to apply for the vacancies online and wait for shortlisting. After the shortlisting exercise, the commission will then invite candidates for interviews.

Teachers Service Commission and Boards of Management are required to conduct the selection exercise for the advertised vacancies in their institutions.

The Selection Panel will be expected to exercise the highest degree of transparency and accountability, as stipulated in the Public Officers Ethics Act, and TSC Code of Conduct and Ethics 2015. The Head of Institution is required to induct the panel members on the relevant sections of the Act and CORT 2015 before the commencement of the selection exercise.

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The TSC County Director MUST ensure that the recruitment process is done in strict adherence to the laid down protocols by the Ministry of Health on containment of COVID- 19 pandemic.

All applicants must be registered teachers as per Section 23 (1) of the Teachers Service Commission Act, 2012. Applicants who are not registered do not qualify to be recruited.

Applicants who apply for confirmation of results from KNEC should give the address of the County Director where they have submitted their applications.

Applicants whose names differ in the certificates and/or identity cards are required to present sworn affidavit on the difference in names.

Applicants who re-sat either KCPE or KCSE examinations (or their equivalents) MUST present certified copies of the certificate(s) of the national examination(s) in question for all attempts.

Related; How to apply for TSC internship vacancies online at https://hrmis.tsc.go.ke/app/recruitP/

Here is the score sheet that will be used by TSC during 2021

Internship employment for Secondary school teachers

SCORING AREASMAXIMUM SCORE
Degree (BED)
First class35
Second Class Upper30
Second Class Lower25
Pass20
Degree + PGDE or BSC+PGDE
First class35
Second Class Upper30
Second Class Lower25
Pass20
Diploma + Dip Tech Education
Distinction35
Credit30
Pass20
Diploma in Education
Distinction30
Credit25
Pass20
Maximum Score35

Awarding of marks for Length of stay since qualifying as a teacher (since graduation)

Its also important to note that length of stay after graduation is weighty and it is the mother of all when it comes to scoring marks;

YEARSCORE
2015 and before50
201645
201740
201835
201930
2020 and after25
MAXIMUM SCORE50

 

Awarding of marks for Length of stay since qualifying as a teacher for those previously employed by TSC

YEARSCORE
2020 and after50
2019-201945
2017-201840
201730
2016 and before25
MAXIMUM SCORE50

 

NB:For purposes of scoring part B, year of completion of professional training
(BED or PGDE) whose certificate is used to score part A of this score sheet
determines the length of stay but not year of enhancement.

Advantage of Communication ability and Co-curricular certificate of participation

One who has a co-curricular certificate of participation will also stand higher chances of scoring more marks. This part is very crucial when it comes to breaking of ties.

AREASCORE
Communication Ability2
Participation in Co-curricular activities1
Students’ academic performance(Exam Record)1
Special Talent(s)1
MAXIMUM SCORE5

So as to be on a save side, its important to provide evidence by producing a document to score above marks.NB:No candidate should score zero in this section

It is important to note that good command in communication and convincing confidence level will put you in a good position to secure a job with TSC.

Finally, Ensure that your content mastery in your teaching subjects is commendable.

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