Teachers Service Commission on Monday 17th, released a piloting biometric registration workout concentrated on 143 colleges unfold in seven counties beforehand of the total rollout.
The seven counties include; Uasin Gishu, Homa Bay, Bungoma, Nyeri, Kilifi, Kitui and Garissa. Institutions sampled are from number one, secondary and instructors schooling colleges.
The pilot workout will run until twenty first May 2021.
Teachers are reminded that the biometric registration exercising may be take area in colleges at some point of the legitimate operating hours among 8:00 am and 5:00 pm.
According to the TSC boss Dr Nancy Macharia, the bio statistics will assist the fee in curtailing dishonest at some point of exams.
The Commission in addition indicated that the biometric registration will assist to affirm instructor distribution and usage in faculties, set up regions of coaching specialization, validate the enrolment in public colleges and authenticate instructors bio facts and employment records.
Requirements for TSC Biometric registration
During the registration, instructors are required to bodily gift the subsequent 5 files throughout the workout;
1. Certificate of registration
2. National ID card
3. Letter of first appointment
4. Letter of closing appointment
5. Academic Certificates
It is critical to be aware that that is a piloting workout for this system deliberate to be released national after fixing the bottlenecks which can also additionally arise.
Plans are underway to peer to it that during future, instructors becoming a member of the career can have their bio-statistics taken earlier than their info are entered into the payroll.
Biometric registration workout become first of all slated to begin in May 2020 however it changed into shelved because of the Covid-19 pandemic that adversely affected operations in faculties main to closure.
“The biometric registration shall entail validation of information of instructors in all public number one and secondary colleges, Teacher Training Colleges, Centre for Mathematics, Science and Technology Education in Africa (CEMASTEA) and Kenya Institute of Special Education (KISE),” the fee revealed.