The Teachers Service Commission has asked teachers seeking employment in the slated July recruitment to be wary of conmen who have set up some syndicates to defraud them.
During employment periods, some teachers have ended up losing huge sums of money after being promised direct jobs into the Teachers Service Commission database without undergoing competitive interviews.
However, some teachers have blamed some cartels within the TSC owing to the fact that teachers do lose money to some individuals at the Commission whenever they are looking for some services in the commission. This time round, the commission has chosen to do it’s things differently by ensuring it relays it’s communication early whenever it is necessary.
And, for faster dissemination of information TSC has digitalized its services for teachers to get fast hand information at the comfort of their homes.
As form ones prepare to join secondary school in the coming weeks, the commission is moving swiftly to staff the teaching profession in earnest to avert the shortage.
The Commission will employ a total of 11,000 teachers with some 5000 new teachers set to join the commission on a permanent and pensionable terms and some 6000 interns.