List of Applicants who have been Disqualified From Participating in the Ongoing TSC Replacement Interviews

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The teachers service commission TSC, has revealed a list of applicants, who even after submitting their applications, will not be allowed to take part in the interviews for the recently advertised replacement slots caused by natural attrition.

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While some have been advised to go back to college and complete their units, others have been totally disqualified from this and subsequent TSC recruitment opportunities.

 

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The interviews are expected to commence next week in various counties and already the commission has released most of the merit lists to the regional county directors.

Below is the complete list

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