TSC Approves Teachers to Participate in Monitoring and Invigilating National Exams.
The teachers who have been chosen to act as supervisors and invigilators during the upcoming national exams through a thorough vetting process that was just completed by the Teachers Service Commission (TSC). In total, 223,223 instructors were subjected to this process.
TSC CEO Nancy Macharia made this announcement in addition to highlighting another important development: the choice of 37,731 instructors who will be crucially important as examiners.
Administrators of testing centers will have a key role to play throughout the next exam session.
The secure collecting of exam papers is the main focus of their work, which must be done with the utmost care and adherence to examination protocols. The TSC has sent out an enormous workforce of 71,760 center managers to streamline this process.
These people will actively participate in subcounty briefing sessions that the Kenya National Examinations Council (KNEC) plans to hold across the country in the first week of October 2023.
The annual staff rotation was another important strategy that Macharia highlighted. Only center and deputy center managers will be needed to physically be present in schools throughout the examination period in order to ensure that there is no retention of supervisors or invigilators from the national examinations of the previous year.
In her final statement, Nancy Macharia reaffirmed the TSC’s unshakable commitment to providing complete support, as well as the dedication of its employees and instructors, with the joint objective of ensuring that the upcoming national examinations are carried out with great success.
TSC Approves Teachers to Participate in Monitoring and Invigilating National Exams