New TSC Score Sheet for Recruitment and Replacement, Employment Guidelines, 2020

by | Aug 3, 2020 | TEACHING | 0 comments

The TSC recently released an updated score sheet for the recruitment of qualified teachers on a permanent and pensionable scheme. According to the TSC score sheet, teachers with masters and first class in education stand a better chance of securing the teacher job.

However, qualified teachers with subject combinations like mathematics/physics, computer/mathematics, biology/chemistry, and chemistry physics are better placed to get jobs since the applicants are normally very few.

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To be eligible for job consideration, applicants must present original and legible photocopies of the following documents:

  1. National identification cards
  2. National Council of Persons with Disability (NCPWD) Card (where applicable)
    KCPE Certificates
  3. KCSE Certificates (include first attempt certificate if repeated exams)
  4. Diploma/Degree Certificates and official transcripts
  5. Primary and Secondary Schools leaving certificates

NB: Provisional transcript shall not be accepted. Where names on the submitted documents differ, the applicant will be required to submit a sworn affidavit.

Here is the new and updated latest TSC score sheet and marking scheme for the 2020 recruitment of teachers.

TSC Score Sheet for Degree (BED), BA + PGDE, BSC + PGDE (Part A)

Candidates are awarded marks according to the following academic and professional qualification areas;

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Academic Qualification Max Score
First Class 35
Second Class Upper 30
Second Class Lower 25
Pass 20
TSC Marking Scheme for Diploma, Diploma + Diploma in Technical Education (Part A)
Academic Qualification Max Score
Distinction 25
Credit 20
Pass 15

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  1. List of Marketable Diploma Courses in Kenya
  2. Courses You Can do With a D+, D or D-
Marks for Length of Stay since Graduation/Qualifying as a Teacher for New Teachers (Part B)
Year of Graduation Score
2008 and before 60
2009 55
2010 50
2011 45
2012 40
2013 35
2014 30
2015 25
2016 20
2017 15
2018 and after 10
Score for Length of Stay since Graduation for Teachers Previously Employed by the TSC (Part B)
Year of Graduation Score
2005 and before 60
2006 55
2007 50
2008 45
2009 40
2010 35
2011 30
2012 25
2013 20
2014 15
2015 10
2016 and after 5

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 the year of enhancement.

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  1. Teachers AON Minet Medical Scheme Details
  2. AON Teachers Dental Service Hospital Providers
  3. List of AON Hospitals in Nairobi County, 2020
  4. TSC AON Referral Hospitals
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Score for Communication, Co-curricular Activities, and Special Talents, (Part C)
Communication ability 2
Participation in Co-curricular activities 1
Students’ academic performance, exam records 1
Special talents (Leadership awards and acknowledgment) 1

NB: No candidate should score zero in this section.

Also, note that you need to have evidence of your participation in co-curricular activities while in school/college and/or teaching.

To confirm your content mastery, a teacher in your subject area will ask you a question from anywhere in the syllabus. This will boost your score in communication ability.

TSC score sheet, marking scheme, and recruitment guidelines for post-primary school teachers in pdf form. Download it here in pdf.

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