TSC Issues A Warning To Teachers Over The Upcoming Recruitment.
The teacher service commission has issued a warning to teachers over the upcoming recruitment of the five thousand teachers and six thousand interns.
The Teachers Service Commission has given a stern warning to teachers concerning fake news circulating on the media over teacher recruitment.
Teachers service commission have warned teachers against scam artists. This comes after the Teachers Service Commission has ruled out that the advertised job was a hoax.
The scam artists are taking advantage of teachers who are out there looking for jobs, by advertising job vacancies which have not been approved by the teacher service commission human resource management through their fake articles.
A tweet that was pinned from the Teachers Service Commission sends a stern warning to teachers against being misled by con artists.
The Teachers Service Commission issues a clarification concerning recruitment, promotion, transfers and pension services, saying that the commission does not ask for any payment pertaining the listed services. The teacher service commission is committed to service delivery free of charge. No one should be conned by the con men in the name of offering services like transfers at a fee.
The teachers should frequently visit teacher service commission offices at county or Sub-County level in case they have any questions. The offices are open to all teachers for any queries.
According to teacher service commission this would help to reduce the number of cases where teachers are tricked and conned when they are seeking for the essential services offered by the commission.
Luckily, most conmen who are suspected of conning teachers have been discovered by the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) officers.
The teachers who were conned were either looking for employment, promotions, or transfers to well established and performing institutions here in Kenya.