The upcoming 2022 TSC replacement interviews are likely to be associated with very stiff competitions in each of the TSC subject combinations.
The stiff competition will be contributed by the fact that most graduate teachers, who ignored internship last year, will be eying the magical 10 marks for internship, which guaranteed 95 % of current interns a hustle free absorption by TSC.
The higher stipend, compared to last year’s, will also attract most competent applicants, especially those who have over stayed in private schools and ‘bigger schools.’
Most national schools pay between ksh. 17,000- Ksh. 22,000, but with very exhausting tasks.It is also worth noting that most BOM and private school teachers lost their jobs due to the biting effects of Covid-19 that led to closure of schools and eventual partial reopening of schools.
Some private schools never opened and the teachers have been forced to come to terms with the unexpected situations. The only option left therefore is internship, and they will not leave any chance unexploited.
We at newsnzuri.com sampled the years and scores for each subject combination, likely to carry the day.
The projections were made, following the results of the 2019 interviews that were conducted by TSC to recruit teachers.
The sampled data should not make any potential intern to lose hope since getting a chance depends on a number of factors, luck included.
Different regions may also have slightly different projections. Primary school interns who graduated in the year 2013 and before may win the primary internship slots.
All the best colleagues in your quest to get slotted.