Teachers service commission's secretstiate headed by CEO Dr Nancy macharia who doubles up as the commission's secretary is charged with implementating TSC policies.The commission had purposed to promote teachers as part of CBA 2017 whose full implementation comes to an end in June this year.Pursuant to that, a total of over 16000 teachers have been Promoted yo various administrative positions under career progression guidelines (CPGs).
Teachers employed by Teachers Service Commission signed a Collective Bergaining Agreement which is coming to an end in the month of June 2021.Following the implementation of the CBA, the teachers will now have a reason to smile as the commission will consider a number of benefits.For instance, P1 teachers have been promoted to scale B5 who are now earning sh: 21,700 from 16,000.
Teachers employed by teachers service commission signed a collective bargaining agreement whose implementation lapses June this year.Let's take a look at the gains so far.1 The CBA elevated P1 teachers to job group B5 with a starting salary of ksh 21700 up from barely ksh 16000 they used to earn.
TSC promotes 16,000 teachers, Akello Misori praises the move, Reopening preparations, schools get Sh7.5bn from the Government and Sad news as teachers from exam marking involved in an accident several injured and two dead - are some of the education news that hit the headlines today.1.
The Teachers Service Commission, TSC, sent a warm and encouraging message to all teachers to celebrate this year's Labour Day.The Commission commended teachers for their commitment to the service even under these hard times.This pandemic has changed working conditions in all sectors, teachers included.
2021 - 2025 CBA Proposal has been revised and drafted by KUPPET and submitted to Teachers Service Commission giving teachers hope for the July Salary increaments.The proposal review decision was arrived at during the KUPPET - TSC Naivasha retreat in March.From the initial salary the teachers receive of 30% to 70%, KUPPET has adjusted 2021-2025 CBA salary proposal to between 45% to 60%.
According to TSC a total of 16,152 teachers have been promoted after passing the December - February interviews and this was part of the package under Sh.5B CBA which lapses next year.￼The TSC CEO Dr. Nancy Macharia said,"The interviews were part of the final phase of the CBA that has been implemented since July 1,2017."
Teachers will have to wait a little longer for their pay rise to be implemented under the new Collective Bargaining Agreements,CBA, that should run from 2021-2025.Currently, the Teachers Service Commission, TSC, has only two commissioners in the office since March 19, as some have already retired.
Due to low quorum it has emerged that the 2021-2025 CBA negotiations between the teachers and the teacher service Commission could not proceed.On Wednesday during the parliameritaly pressing of TSC CEO Nancy Macharia,it came clear that for the parties to meet and negotiate about the CBA a minimum thresh hold of TSC commissioners must be met.
Kenya Union of Post Primary Education Teachers is a legal union incharge of teachers welfare and a representative of teachers to Teachers Service Commission (TSC).Last week, TSC boss Dr. Nancy Macharia was grilled by the lawmakers who wanted her to explain why the 2017-2021 Collective Bargaining Agreement has not been implemented.
Despite the TSC announcement through chief executive officer Dr Nancy Machacharia, not all teachers will smile to the bank after the promotion.A few teachers were promoted by TSC according to the CBA.Despite the numerous hard-working teachers who have worked for many years, only 16,152 were promoted according to the CBA of 2017 which uses Ksh 54 billion.
Teachers Service Commission (TSC) is the commission that serves as teacher's employer in the country.The commission is incharge of the general welfare of teachers, most importantly, the aspect of renumeration.Teachers however, have been holding strikes in the county in past years claiming the unsatisfactory nature of payment from its employer.
The Teachers Service Commission TSC, has announced the successful teachers who have been promoted after holding interviews between December last year and February this year.On Friday 7, Dr Nancy Macharia said that the 16,152 teachers underwent the interviews that were part of the final phase of 2017- 2021 Collective Bargaining Agreements, CBA.
The Teachers Service Commission on Friday 7th announced that the teachers' promotion results are out.This is following the interviews held in December 2020 and February 2021.A good number of teachers seeking promotion from various posts in the teaching profession attended the interview.The commission said that a total of 16,152 teachers have successfully been promoted.
Teachers Service Commission is in charge of promoting Teachers to higher ranks and administrative positions.Following the interviews conducted in December 2020 and February 2021, TSC has promoted 16,152 teachers.The promotion is part of the Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA) that has been implemented since July 2017.
Since March 2019, Teachers Service Commission,TSC has operated with only two commissioners after five TSC commissioners retired,making it hard for the commission to carry out its mandate, key being initiating discussions of the teachers' Collective Bargaining Agreement,CBA.The currrent CBA will end next month.
The Teachers Services Commission has confirmed promotion of 16125 teachers countrywide, in final phace of 2017 CBA commission letters to be issued to those who got the chance.Those Teachers who are employed by the government and applied for promotions are supposed to wait to be issued letters from the Teachers Service commission.
Jamleck Muturi,the new Teachers Service Commission TSC chairperson who was appointed for a six year non renewable term officially reported to work yesterday.He was vetted by the National Assembly committee on education and approved last week.The new TSC chairperson is taking the office at a time quorum problems are facing the commission having only two commissioners out of the required nine as the rest had retired.
Today in the afternoon hours the new TSC chairperson Jamlec Muturi was sworn in.He now comes in to replace Lydia Nzomo who retired last year.At the same time Oyucho was sworn in as the TSC board member.The ceremony took place in the supreme Court of Kenya today.
Teachers employed by the Teachers service Commission in Kenya may have a reason to smile following latest development in the commission.This year June ,the old CBA 2017-2021 comes to end.The teachers unions Kuppet and Knut had forwarded their proposals to TSC about the new CBA 2021-2025.