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TSC Registered 49,000 New Teachers academic year 2022–2023 

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TSC Registered 49,000 New Teachers academic year 2022–2023.

In the academic year 2022–2023, nearly 49,000 new teachers were officially registered, according to the Teachers Service Commission (TSC).

According to the teachers’ employer’s 2022–2023 annual report, 2,371 teachers had diplomas and 23,230 instructors had degrees.

In addition, TSC registered 13,084 tutors with credentials in Early Childhood Development Education (ECDE) and 10,500 tutors with certificates in Primary Teacher Education (PTE).

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Before they can teach in any public or private institution, all qualified instructors must be registered with the commission, as per Article 237 of the TSC Act of 2012.

Within 30 days of a successful registration, a certificate of registration with a TSC number is issued.

By hiring 26,000 intern teachers—the largest number ever hired—and appointing 15,000 instructors on permanent and pensionable terms, the TSC made notable progress in the recruitment of teachers.

The change was made with the intention of addressing the current teacher shortage, implementing the Competency-Based Curriculum (CBC), and achieving a 100% transition from elementary to secondary school.

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Additionally, the Commission gave priority to chances for career advancement, elevating 11,231 teachers through competitive selection and 11,069 through the development of common cadres.

A higher number of teachers—31,779—than in the previous year were transferred in order to guarantee a fair distribution of instructional resources.

The commission concentrated on mental health concerns in an attempt to improve worker well-being, offering psychosocial help to 1,382 workers and capacity building to 21,922 workers.

TSC integrated a number of data systems, including T-Pay, Teacher Management Information System (TMIS), Electronic Document Management System (EDMS), Human Resource Management Information System (HRMIS), and Teacher Performance Appraisal and Development (TPAD), in an attempt to increase productivity and responsiveness to client needs.

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