Costs of Replacing Lost TSC Certificate
“In the event that your registration certificate is lost or damaged, the Teachers Service Commission (TSC) provides the option of obtaining a replacement certificate.”
Teachers must take the following procedures to apply for a duplicate certificate:
1. Pay a non-refundable fee of Sh2055.
2. Keep your bank payment receipt.
3. Present your original National Identity Card (ID).
4. Provide an affidavit or marriage certificate if you’re changing your name.
Please keep in mind that TSC certificate applications are only accepted online, so make sure you have good scans of all required papers before beginning the online application process.
Your ID/passport, bank slip, marriage certificate (for duplicate certificates), and police abstract (also for duplicate certificates) are all required scanned papers.
The following is the procedure for applying for a new or replacement TSC certificate online:
1. Visit the TSC online portal at https://teachersonline.tsc.go.ke.
2. Enter your ID number and surname accurately.
3. Complete your Basic Details as required.
4. Proceed to the next step, where you can change your name if needed.
5. On the next page, upload your scanned documents.
6. Once done, click ‘next’ to proceed to the final page.
Important information for applicants:
The TSC only accepts online submissions; no paper or written applications are accepted.
– Fill out every section of the application form completely and accurately.
– Giving false information is a serious violation that is strongly discouraged.
– Only scan and attach the necessary original documents.
– A non-refundable cost of Kshs. 1055/- is required for new TSC registrations, payable to the TSC Registration Account at National Bank of Kenya.
– A non-refundable charge of Kshs. 2055/- should be sent to the TSC Registration Account at National Bank of Kenya for Duplicate Certificate Applications.”
Please let me know if you require any other information or support.\