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GOOD NEWS: TSC TO START HIRING GRADE 8 TEACHERS AND CONFIRM INTERNS

GOOD NEWS: TSC TO START HIRING GRADE 8 TEACHERS AND CONFIRM INTERNS

TSC JSS Recruitment 2024. The Teachers Service Commission (TSC) is poised to commence the extensive recruitment of junior secondary school (JSS) teachers in preparation for the Grade 8 class next year.

TSC JSS Recruitment 2024

Recently, the Commission received an additional allocation of Sh19.81 billion in a mini budget,

which elevated the TSC’s budget to Sh343.6 billion from the initial estimate of Sh323.82 billion.

President William Ruto confirmed a government allocation of Sh19.7 billion to enable the TSC to hire more teachers.

These funds,awaiting approval by the National Assembly under the supplementary budget, will augment the education sector with Sh62 billion.

Ruto mentioned during the Taxpayers Day celebrations in Mombasa that the increased budget for TSC, by Sh20 billion, is primarily for hiring additional teachers,

aiming to include 56,000 more teachers on the payroll this year.

The new allocation seeks to confirm 20,000 intern teachers recruited in February,

with graduate intern teachers starting at job group C2 and PTE certificate holders commencing at grade B5.

TSC JSS Recruitment 2024

Under the Kenya Kwanza administration, significant strides have been made in addressing the teacher shortage, with 35,790 new teachers employed over the past year.

Notably, 1,000 of these teachers were employed on permanent terms for primary schools, while 3,986 were interns in the primary school system.

Furthermore, 9,000 permanent teachers were hired for junior secondary schools, and

21,365 intern teachers were recruited for junior schools,

marking a substantial increase compared to the previous administration’s annual recruitment of approximately 5,000 teachers.

TSC JSS Recruitment 2024

President Ruto highlighted the government’s commitment to education,

aiming to ensure quality education for every child in Kenya by employing a substantial number of teachers.

The education sector, in the current financial year, was allocated Sh628.6 billion and is set to receive an additional Sh62 billion through the supplementary budget,

emphasizing the government’s deliberate effort to provide accessible education for every child in the country.

TSC JSS Recruitment 2024

The supplementary budget also caters to the State Department for Higher Education and Research,

allocating an extra Sh29.3 billion, reaching a total of Sh157.9 billion, with a particular focus on scholarships under the new funding model.

Ruto emphasized that this investment is crucial for nurturing an improved human capital,

highlighting the increase of funds allocated to universities by Sh48 billion as a step towards enhancing the nation’s human resources. 

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