TSC New Instructions on How to Apply for Duplicates of Lost Teacher Registration Certificates.
The Teachers Service Commission (TSC) has issued a new directive outlining how tutors can renew their registration certificates that have expired.
Teachers were instructed in a memo sent to regional offices to submit their applications solely online in order to avoid overcrowding offices.
TSC Director of Quality Assurance Reuben Nthamburi also stated that the new directive would assist tutors in saving money on transportation.
“The Code of regulation for teachers, 2015 regulation 32 (1) and (2) states that the commission may on application, issue duplicate certificate of registration to a person whose lost, destroyed or misplaced upon payment of non-refundable fee of Ksh2,055,” he stated in the memo.
The commission is required to register qualified teachers and has allowed those who have lost their certificates to obtain duplicates.
To apply for the certificate, teachers must complete an online application at www.tsc.go.ke.
The tutors require an original police abstract detailing the lost certificates as part of the application process. Marriage certificates are required for name changes.
In addition, applicants must pay Ksh2,055 and have a valid National Identification card or passport.
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After logging in, applicants must enter their ID number to proceed to the next stage, where they must enter additional personal information such as their KRA PIN certificate, full name, and date of birth.
The applicants must then proceed to page four, which is the final page, before submitting their information, which includes an upload of their scanned original documents.
TSC requires all tutors to submit accurate information, and providing false information is a crime. The offence is punishable by a fine of up to Ksh 100,000 or imprisonment for a period of twelve (12) months, or both.
The funds should also be deposited in a bank and accompanied by a bank slip.
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