The Teachers Service Commission  Code of Regulation for Teachers (2015), Regulation 31 mandates the Commission to annually publish in the Kenya Gazette and in the Commission’s Website names and particulars of the persons who have been;

i. duly registered as teachers

ii. removed from the Register of Teachers


The Commission is mandated by the TSC Code of Regulations for Teachers (2015),regulation 30 to after a due process revoke and recall a Certificate of Registration that was obtained through;

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i. fraud

ii. misrepresentation

iii. forgery

iv. a result of mistake or

v. other unlawful means


The Commission is mandated by the TSC Act (2012), Regulation 30 to after due process remove from the register the name of a person who;

i. has died,

ii. the Commission is satisfied has obtained registration through fraudulent means,

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iii. has been convicted of a sexual offence or an offence against a pupil or a student,

iv. has been convicted of a criminal offence which in the opinion of the Commission renders the person unfit to be a teacher,

v. the Commission has directed removal from the register as a result of disciplinary proceedings instituted or

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vi. Suffers from physical or mental illness or infirmity which renders the person incapable of performing the duties as a teacher.


Where a person has been removed from the register, the Commission may either on its own motion

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