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TSC Duplicate Certificate Application Process Current Requirements,

TSC Duplicate Certificate Application Process Current Requirements,

If your present certificate of registration disappears, the Teachers Service Commission (TSC) can provide you with a duplicate.

the substitution of communication Upon payment of the non-refundable price, a certificate is generated in the event that your registration certificate is missing, lost, or destroyed. The TSC Online Portal (sc-online-portal-https-teachersonline-tsc-go-ke) is the only place to submit an application.

It’s important to know that TSC enables you to request a duplicate TSC registration certificate whenever you need one. This is the case if your present certificate is damaged, lost, or misplaced.

If the present certificate is damaged or you simply wish to modify your name on it, you can also request a new one.

Please be informed that the Commission would always be happy to provide you with a duplicate TSC registration certificate. You can use this certificate in its place if your present one is damaged, stolen, or misplaced.

Application For Duplicate Certificate Of Registration

A teacher will be required to fulfill the following requirements in order for him or her to be issued a duplicate certificate:-

  1. Make an application online on the TSC website tsc.go.ke
  2. Pay a non-refundable fee of Ksh. 2055 deposited to TSC Registration Account: National Bank of Kenya – Direct Banking A/C No. 0100100570400.
  3. In case of:- Lost, destroyed, or misplaced certificate an original police abstract must be uploaded. Change of names on the certificate, an affidavit, or a marriage certificate must be uploaded.
  4. Any other relevant document as the case may be.

Important Notes for Applicants

  1. All sections of this registration application MUST be completed in full.
  2. Please fill in all the required information.
  3. It is a serious offense to willfully give false information to the Teachers Service Commission. The law provides that any person convicted of the offense may be fined up to Ksh 100,000 or imprisoned for Twelve (12) months or both (Section 44 of TSC Act No. 20 of 2012).
  4. You can save part of this form and complete it at a later time if necessary.
  5. Scan and Attach Only the Required Documents

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