The Teachers Service Commission (TSC) has unveiled a new marking scheme which is currently being used  during the Ongoing promotion interviews.

The  commission has put more emphasis on the performance in KCSE examination result In this new marking scheme. Those teachers who have recorded a mean score of 11 and above will now score a maximum of 20 marks.

NEW TSC INTERVIEW SUBJECT AREAS (PROMOTION INTERVIEW MARKING SCHEME).
1. ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL QUALIFICATIONS

 Education Qualification

Academic Qualification Score
Masters Degree and above 5 marks
Bachelors Degree/Higher Diploma 4 marks
Diploma 3 Marks

Career and Professional Development

Career and Professional Development Area Score
Diploma in Management/Professional Course 5 Marks
Certificate in Management/Professional Course 4 Marks
Relevant Workshops/Seminars 3 Marks

 

2. TECHNICAL AREAS

Teachers Service Commission

  • Knowledge of Structure, Function and Policies of the TSC (In line with the New Constitution). – 3 Marks
  • Knowledge of the Code of Regulations for Teachers and the Code of Conduct and Ethics. – 4 Marks
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Curriculum Development, Implementation and Evaluation
  • Knowledge of Curriculum development, Implementation, Supervision and Evaluation (with reference to SAGA’s such as KICD, TSC, KLB, KNEC etc) – 10 Marks
Understanding of the Education Policies
  • The role of other Stakeholders (Including County Governments)in the education sector – 5 Marks
  • Trends in education – 5 Marks
3. MANAGEMENT AND LEADERSHIP SKILLS

Responsibilities

  • Head of Department – 4 Marks
  • Patrons of Clubs and Societies, Class Teacher, House Teacher etc. – 4 Marks
  • Teacher – 3 Marks
Institutional Administration and Management
  • General Institution Administration (e.g Resource Utilisation) – 10 Marks
  • Institutional Financial Management (e.g Knowledge of Institutional Financial Management and Procurement Procedure) – 10 Marks
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4. Performance for the last three Years

Mean Score

11 and above – 20 marks
10 – 10.9 – 18 marks
9 – 9.9 – 16 marks
8 – 8.9 – 14 marks
7 – 7.9 – 12 marks
6 – 6.9 – 10 marks
5 – 5.9 – 8 marks
4 – 4.9 – 6 marks
3 – 3.9 – 4 marks
2 – 2.9 – 2 marks
1 – 1.9 – 1 mark

Improvement Index

2 and above – 20 marks
1.70 – 1.89 – 18 marks
1.50 – 1.69 – 16 marks
1.30 – 1.49 – 14 marks
1.10 – 1.29 – 12 marks
0.90 – 1.09 – 10 marks
0.70 – 0.89 – 8 marks
0.50- 0.69 – 6 marks
0.30- 0.49 – 4 marks
0.10- 0.29 – 2 marks
0.09 and below – 1 mark

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Please note that;

  • The analysed results should be validated by the headteachers.
  • The score shall be based on either the subject Mean Score or Improvement Index in the current or previous station (Whichever is higher)
5. Performance in Co-curricular Activities (In the last 5 years as an Official, Coach and Referee etc.)

(a) At the School level – 1 mark
(b) At the Sub – County level – 2 marks
(c) At the County level – 3 marks
(d) At the Regional level – 4 marks.
(e) At the National level – 5 marks.

6. GENERAL KNOWLEDGE AND CURRENT AFFAIRS
  • Department – 5 marks
  • Behavioural attributes
  • Communication

TOTAL MARKS = 100

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