Teachers Service Commission (TSC) is the only commission in Kenya that is mandated to recruit, promote and transfer teachers from one working station to another. The commission which is currently under the leadership of Dr. Nancy Macharia has been working round the clock to ensure that teachers are working in an accommodating and welcoming environment.
The Teachers Service Commission has now sent a very crucial message to all the teachers following this emerging news. The Teachers Service Commission is fully committed to see that all teachers are always pleased with the services they receive from the commission, therefore the Teachers Service Commission has been employing new teachers, offering teachers' promotions and other services as specified by the constitution of this country.
The teachers across the country just have a few weeks to complete the syllabus for those who have not done so.The candidates are set to sit for their national examinations that will come in March this year.The candidates have been told to avoid panicking since the examinations will be favourable to them.
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Jamleck Muturi, is the current TSC chairperson who assumed office on Tuesday this week.The new chairperson has promised teachers that the 2017-2021 Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA) will be implemented in full as as soon as possible.According to Jamleck, teachers should be motivated in order to work well in their learning institutions.
Tribalism has been a major problem in Kenya since independence.Some communities feels excluded by the national government.Some politicians have been rallying for inclusion of all communities in nation building.Today Kenyans rebuked president Uhuru Kenyatta after his latest government appointment.President Uhuru Kenyatta today appointed Jamleck Muturi as Teachers Service Commission chairman for the next six years.
The news that has just come this evening is that the current president of the republic of Kenya, His Excellency Uhuru Kenyatta has appointed a new teachers service commission chairman, a body in charge of employment of teachers in Kenya.Doctor Jamleck Muturi has been appointed as the new teachers service commission chairman with effect as a from this evening.In addition,Alfred Otieno Oyucho has also been appointed as a member of the board of the teachers service commission whose appointment has also been confirmed this evening.
Jamleck Muturi,the new Chairperson of the Teachers Service Commission TSC has once again promised to implement the 2017-2021 Collective Bargaining Agreement CBA in full.For the teachers to do their work well they should be motivated,this is according to the new Chairperson who assumed the office yesterday.
Dr Jamleck Muturi The giant Teachers Service Commission that is in charge of teachers affairs has been without a substantive Chairman for over four months now.However, the long wait is now over as the president on Friday appointed Dr Jamleck Muturi as the chairman of the commission following approval by parliament.
The Chief Executive Officer of Teacher Service Commission Dr. Nancy Macharia has today welcomed Dr. Jamleck Muturi John as he takes office as the Chairperson of Teachers Service Commission.Dr. Jamleck Muturi has replaced former TSC chairperson Dr. Lydia Nzomo who went for retirement.Among who were in need of that position, Dr. Muturi emerged the top in the interviews and beat other six contestants.
Regardless of the kenyan children background,The teachers service Commission TSC has reaffirmed it's commitment to ensuring quality education to all children.Kenyan schools are lacking enough teachers as the teachers unions agree while others have been aggravated by Covid 19 effects and natural calamities.The newly nominated commission chairman Jamleck Muturi while speaking during his inauguration he failed to address the sticky issues of discipline, promotions and teacher union relations.
President Uhuru Kenyatta has gazetted Dr Jamleck Muturi’s appointment as the Teachers Service Commission’s chair for a very long time, supplanting Lydia Nzomo, whose term reached an ending in November 2020.In the Gazette notice dated April 29, the President likewise selected Timon Oyucho as a member from TSC for a term of six years.
Kenya union of post primary teachers,Kenya national union of teachers and their counterparts Kusnet has signed a non-monetary 2021-25 collective bargaining agreement after day-long talks with teachers service commission.The unions have said that basic pay review is expected in a year. Teachers service commission chairman Jamleck Muturi,commissioners Timon Oyucho,Mbage Ng'ang'a,Leila Ali and commission chief executive officer Nancy Macharia were present during the 2021- 2025 collective bargaining agreement negotiations.
President Uhuru Kenyatta has formally appointed Jamleck Muturi as the new chairperson of teachers service commission (TSC).In a gazette written on Thursday April 29 the president also appointed the current TSC lawyer Timon Oyucho as the commission's member.On Wednesday, April 28, the national assembly approved the nomination of Oyucho and Muturi who will serve in their new roles 6 years.
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.
Jamleck Muturi will succeed Lydia Nzomo who chaired the Teachers Service Commission for six years until November 2020.Until his appointment, he was the Embu County member committee in charge of Education.Today, the president signed the papers of which his work will start as soon as possible.
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.
Ms. Fatuma Chege's nomination as the Principal Secretary (PS) for the newly-created department in the Education Ministry, recently received opposition from assembly members allied to the Orange Democratic Movement (ODM).Ms. Chege had been proposed by President Kenyatta for the post of PS in the Department for the Implementation of Curriculum Reforms.
The chairman teachers Service Commission Jamleck Muturi.Teachers Service Commission is Constitutionally mandated to register, hire, promote, tranfer and excecise discilplinary control over teachers.The commission has a new chairman Dr Jamleck Kamau who was recently appointed by the president to take over from Dr Lydia Nzomo.
President Uhuru nominated Jamleck and Alfred and forwarded the names to parliament where MPs were given two weeks to either approve or reject the names.Muturi had emerged top in the interview conducted by a selection panel, Thomas Koyier being the Chairperson, beating six other contestants.Jamleck Muturi Photo/Courtesy.