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TSC Now Wants Internship Applicants To Declare Their Ethnicity

Prospective Teachers Service Commission, TSC, Interns will now have to declare their ethnicity according to new features recruitment portal.

Application is made under the Careers link on the official website, tsc.go.ke, or at teachersonline.tsc.ke, online applications were required to be submitted by suitable applicants who are qualified and interested in the position

Under the section labelled “Edit my details,” the teachers’ employer has included a new button labelled “Ethnicity.” This page prompts all applicants to declare their tribe while they are changing their information in the recruitment portal.

Internship applicants will now have the ability to edit the sub-county in which they wish to apply for vacancies thanks to the fact that TSC has activated the edit button.

A recent report by TDC shows that teachers from kalenjin tribe took the lion share for recruitment that was made in the month of January this year.

Other tribes that also topped in the last recruitment are the Luhya, Kikuyu, Kamba, Luo, and Kisii.

In addition to this, the panel gave an account of the various localities from which the recruits originated. These included Bajun (35), Basuba (6), Boni-Sanye (6), Boran (45), Burji (7), Degodia (9), Dorobo (2), Elmolo (1), Embu (232), Gabra (17), Kalenjin (4,048), Kamba (2,899), Kenya Arab (1), Kikuyu (2,913), Kisii (1,737), Kuria (108), Luhya (3,187), Luo (2,576), Masai (461), Mbere (25), Meru (1,220), Miji Kenda (500), Murulle (1), Ogaden (2), and Orma (5).

Others included Pokomo (18), Pokot (312), Rendille (2), Sakuye (2), Samburu (93), Somali (43), Swahili-Shirazi (11), Taita (232), Teso (105), Tharaka (56), and Turkana (73).

According to the findings of the study, the 20,990 available teaching positions were split between 36 of the 42 officially recognised tribes. This indicates that six tribes did not acquire even a single teaching position.

Following the completion of the recruiting process, 30,550 new teachers were hired to work at Junior Secondary Schools (JSS), while the remaining positions were for primary school.

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