The subject combinations and graduation year that are most likely to secure permanent and pensionable TSC jobs are listed below.
Any teacher who possesses these combinations has a very good chance of winning the interview (11th-17th February 2022 ).
Similarly, teachers who are working under an internship contract and can provide internship evidence are given an extra 30 points. Not to mention, teachers with a Diploma are in a better position now that the 2022 recruitment score sheet has been revised in their favour.
Diploma teachers will now receive the same marks as Degree teachers in the recently released score sheet if they have the same level of academic qualification and graduated in the same year.
The subject combination information provided above may vary depending on a number of factors.
In remote areas, for example, there are fewer unemployed teachers than in urban areas. This type of teacher will face difficulties when travelling to rural areas for interviews.
Similarly, teachers who are working under an internship contract and can provide internship evidence are given an extra 30 points.
Notably, cases of non-locals being attacked while attending interviews have recently been reported in some places. This may also have an impact on the research’s dynamic.
The quality of the certificates will increase one’s chances of obtaining a permanent job by the Teachers Service Commission (TSC).
It is important to note that the subject combinations listed below are in high demand for this February replacement recruitment.
Computer/with any combination
Home science/with any combination