TSC promotion list Per County June 2023
The Teachers Service Commission (TSC) has come out with a list containing the names of more than 16,000 educators who have been promoted for the current school year in accordance with career progression criteria.
In addition to ensuring regional balance, having gender equity, and taking affirmative action for counties located in arid and semi-arid lands, these promotions are very important for a number of other reasons as well.
These teachers who have received promotions will assume their new responsibilities and fill the open posts.
Senior Master IV at secondary schools, as well as the Deputy Principals I and II.
Primary schools typically have Head Teachers as well as Deputy Head Teachers II.
The commission stated that these advancements were parcelled out to the various areas in a fair and equitable manner.
The number of teachers who were promoted to higher positions was highest in Kiambu County, followed by Kisii County, and then Kakamega County in third place.
Because there was a lack of Deputy School Heads, Senior Teachers, and Masters in other schools, the organisation that employs teachers established standards for the appropriate amount of administrators each school should have.
The fortunate news is that instructors who have been filling in at other positions will be given preference when it comes to promotions.
CATEGORIES OF PROMOTION FOR TEACHERS
The results of the TSC promotion interviews will ultimately result in the promotion of 551 teachers.
According to the details, the most important promotional sites are located in Kakamega.
There will be a total of 36 instructors promoted to the C2 level, while 288 teachers will move up to the C5 level.
Another 227 educators will move up from the C1 level to the C5 level.
21 teachers will be promoted within the county of Garissa, with some moving from B5 to C1, some from C1 to C2, and still others from C2 to C3.
Because of this, the commission intends to promote 13717 additional teachers through a competitive promotion process during the current fiscal year, in addition to 10.021 teachers who will be promoted through an affirmative action programme in areas that are experiencing a teacher shortage.
A least mean score of C+ on the KCSE or an exam that is equivalent is required, in addition to a diploma in education and a bachelor’s degree in education in the field of education in order to be deployed to jss.
In addition, they need to have earned a grade of at least a C+ and a minimum of 8 units in each of the two teaching classes (plus).
According to the Chief Executive Officer of TSC, Dr. Macharia, the company began promoting and moving instructors from primary schools to high schools in 2019 in order to make up for the shortage of teachers in high schools.