The top 14 TSC subject combinations to choose from if you want to find employment quickly are as follows:
Agriculture and Biology
Biology and Chemistry
Chemistry and Mathematics
Computer Studies with Any Subject
Geography and History
Geography and Business Studies
Home Science with any Subject
Mathematics and Computer Studies
Mathematics and Physics
Physics and Chemistry
French with any Subject
Kiswahili and Geography
Home Science with any Subject
Music with any Subject
Those who know German, visual arts, Braille and French will have fewer opportunities.
English, Mathematics and Pre-Tech are taught five times a week, while Integrated Science and Kiswahili are taught four lessons each. Qualified and qualified language teachers must teach a total of 21 lessons in a week.
Classes will be held three times a week in social studies, business studies, native language, virtual and performing arts, and foreign language. Students will participate in religious education, health education, physical education and sports twice a week.
Life skills education will last one lesson.
Vacancies include 9,000 permanent and retired middle school teachers, 1,000 elementary school teachers, 21,550 permanent and retired apprentices in junior high and high school, and 4,000 permanent and retired elementary school apprentices. .
With 1,475 teachers expected to be recruited, Kitui County is set to receive the largest number of teachers. Of these, 434 will have permanent jobs and the rest.
A total of 1,444 additional teachers will be recruited in Kakamega County, followed by 1,223 teachers in Nakuru, 1,208 in Bungoma and 1,120 in Meru, while 1,056 teachers will be recruited in Makueni to deal with the acute shortage.
Other counties with teacher shortages include Kisii (995), Homabay (975) and Narok, which will take on 1,050 additional teachers in January (912).
TSC’s latest efforts will reduce the burden on teachers who are forced to teach more subjects against their skills, abilities and competencies. The country is currently facing a shortage of 116,000 teachers.
“Interested candidates will be assigned to work in any primary or secondary school in the district where the interview is conducted or in any section of the vacancy,” TSC said. Those interested should submit their applications by Monday
A total of 119 teachers will be recruited in Isiolo, 131 in Lamu, 175 in Samburu, 191 in Marsabit, 192 in Mombasa and Tana River counties, 238 in Wajir and 274 in Taita Taweta.
As opposed to teachers who focus on the humanities, they will give more opportunities to people who study languages and sciences.
According to the TSC, secondary school teachers will receive a monthly stipend of Sh20,000, while primary teachers will receive Sh15,000 per month, both statutory deductions for one year.
“Successful candidates to secondary school must be taught a variety of subjects in the secondary school curriculum,” TSC said.