Teachers Service Commission - Kenya

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TSC Identity

The Teachers Service Commission launched its logo on 9/11/2000 in a colorful ceremony at the Serena Hotel. Nairobi. The then Director of Education, Mr Sammy Kyungu represented the then Minister of Education as the Chief Guest. The Commission Chairman, Mr Ibrahim Hussein was the host. The then Commission Secretary Mr. Benjamin K. Sogomo was in attendance; the Master of Ceremony was Mrs. Lydia N Nzomo. From 2001, the new TSC logo replaced the Government emblem on TSC letterheads that the Commission had used since inception  1967. 

TSC symbols and Colors

The hands -symbolize TSC's authority in the teaching service. The embracing form of the hands is a sign of its warmth and compassion for its employees.

The motor board -duty to review teaching standards, training and fitness to teach of prospective teachers

Map of Kenya -TSC's area of jurisdiction .The black board -the teaching service. " The book -teachers registers, TSC policies, code, Act, records, knowledge and information.

TSC letters and the sun's rays -supply of TSC teachers to all public schools in Kenya

The circle and platform -the scroll with the TSC motto represents the unity of purpose in its mission, flexibility and adaptability to changes.

Black -national aspirations

Gold -leader in the teaching service

Blue -TSC's vision as in 'the blue sky is the limit'