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TSC to Prioritize Teachers Above 45 Years In Recruitment

TSC to Prioritize Teachers Above 45 Years In Recruitment.

Teachers who graduated several years ago but are unemployed can smile since TSC seeks to consider them for the next round of hiring.

Previously, the Teachers Service Commission (TSC) did not consider applicants older than 45 years of age.

While the Supreme Court determined that the age limit was unconstitutional, the procedure favored graduates who had graduated more recently

This change creates opportunities for tens of thousands of individuals who were unemployed or who, for whatever reason, were employed in the private sector past the ideal age.

After studying the causes of discrimination based on age or graduation year, members of the National Assembly demanded assurances.

In answer to a question from Malulu Injendi, the chairman of the TSC, Jamleck Muturi, assured those absent that they would be prioritized during the exercise.

“During the recruitment, we will consider the time when the teachers graduated and the grade strength. 

“We encourage even those teachers with 58 years to apply so that they can be considered to serve the commission for the remaining period before they attain the retirement age,” Muturi said.

He added: “To ensure transparency, the guidelines are structured so that those who graduated early are given the first priority.”

TSC to Prioritize Teachers Above 45 Years In Recruitment.

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