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Panic as TSC Boss Directs BoM and Private Schools’ Teachers to Update Profiles Before the November 30 Deadline; This is How to Update your TSC Profile Online

Panic as TSC Boss Directs BoM and Private Schools' Teachers to Update Profiles Before the November 30 Deadline; This is How to Update your TSC Profile Online
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Panic as TSC Boss Directs BoM and Private Schools’ Teachers to Update Profiles Before the November 30 Deadline; This is How to Update your TSC Profile Online

 Panic as TSC Boss Directs BoM and Private Schools' Teachers to Update Profiles Before the November 30 Deadline; This is How to Update your TSC Profile Online

In Summary;

The TSC Portal for profile update is a beehive of activities this evening. This follows the latest directive by the TSC Chief Executive Officer, Dr Nancy Macharia that all TSC registered teachers including those working on BOM terms and those employed in private school should update their profiles immediately before the set deadline.

Consequently, panic-stricken teachers are currently rushing tonight to hit the November 30 Deadline since the Commission does not plan to extend the deadline.

 Panic as TSC Boss Directs BoM and Private Schools' Teachers to Update Profiles Before the November 30 Deadline; This is How to Update your TSC Profile Online
Chief Executive Nancy Macharia asked all registered teachers–teaching in public or private schools–to update their profiles.

The Teachers Service Commission, TSC, Nancy Macharia, has cleared the air on which teacher should update their profile ahead of 30th November.

This is after confusion surrounded the exercise where BOM, ECDE, unemployed, and intern teachers were unsure on whether they should take part in the exercise scheduled to end on Tuesday midnight.

Macharia asked all registered teachers–teaching in public or private schools–to update their profiles.

The Commission has opened the online portal to allow individual teachers to update their details. A link has been developed in the TSC website where all registered teachers are required to access and update their details by November 30,” said Dr. Macharia.

The deadline lapses Wednesday this week. This means that the 501, 760 registered teachers have a few days left to complete the exercise.

There are some 341, 760 teachers working in public schools and 160,000 in private institutions. Macharia said the exercise is crucial, making reference to provisions of the constitution and TSC Act that mandates it to keep all teachers registered.

Registration of teachers is a mandate accorded to TSC through Article 237 of the constitution.

“It is also under Regulation 29 that we must continuously update teacher records and this is the register. So that if we have left out a detail we capture because we are required to do so every so often,” said Macharia.

She said that sometimes teachers give their details but forget certain particulars. The basic details required by teachers for the exercise include their national identification cards, name, Kenya Revenue Authority numbers, religion, the fate of birth, gender, mobile phone numbers, and nationality.

Also needed are details on the home county, sub-county, division, zone, constituency, impairment type, permanent postal address, postcode, permanent town, current postal address, postcode, and town.

Section 23 of the TSC Act also stipulates that the registration of teachers must contain the qualifications and such other particulars as may from time be prescribed by the Commission, in respect of which the registration is granted.

Visit the TSC online portal by using the link;https://tsconline.tsc.go.ke/register/update-profile

Now, Fill in the following details and Click Next Page Button to Continue: ID Number/Passport Number, TSC Number, Surname as per Registration Certificate and Your Phone Number
Please enter the 4-digit verification code sent by TSC via SMS

Enter the code in the window provided and click ‘verify’. In the event you failed to receive the code, select ‘send code again. The code is a four-digit number.

Proceed to edit your application. The following basic details will be required. Most details have been pre-loaded for you. Click ‘Next’ once done. You will see the success message

In the new window, you will update your Academic Qualifications Details.

You will also be expected to upload a Minimum of 3 documents and a Maximum of 4

To update a document, click ‘choose file’. Locate the appropriate file in your storage and double-click on it to upload it automatically. Click ‘save documents’ every time you upload a document. Repeat this process until you upload all the required documents that is

ID or Passport in pdf
KRA PIN Certificate in pdf.
Passport Photo- (All in one pdf)
Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) in pdf
Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) in pdf
Your Certificate from Tertiary Institution; Diploma, Degree or PGDE in pdf
Transcripts- (All in one pdf)
An Affidavit (in case there is a mismatch of your names in your documents). in pdf.

 

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