Members of parliament grilled the teachers service commission CEO Nancy Macharia concerning the delay in the 2017-2021 CBA implementation and the lack of quorum in commission.According to a report by Nation Newspaper, in what happens to be goods news to teachers on salaries Nancy Macharia said that they are committed in implementing the CBA and they will bring all stakeholders together.
Today the president appended signatures to confirm the appointment of Alfred Oyucho as TSC member.Alongside Oyucho, Jamlec Mituri was appointed the chairman replacing Lydia Nzomo.Nzomo was the first chairperson of the commission who served as from 2014 when TSC became a constitutional commission.Alfred Oyucho has been a TSC lawyer for long.
President Kenyatta has today appointed Jamleck Muturi as the new chairperson of the Teachers service Commission.Muturi shall be replacing the retired chairperson Lydia Nzomo who retired in November last year.
All teachers are all ears waiting for the major announcement that is likely to take place this week from Jogoo House.The news concerns the next commission's chair who will be selected from 16 participants who will be interviewed this week.
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.
Teachers are likely to start experiencing relief as from June as good news is conveyed to them from SRC.It has been revealed that Teachers are likely to start earning better salaries under CBC.
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.
The Teacher Service Commission is mandated by the Constitution of Kenya to employ, promote and transfer teachers.As an independent commission enshrined in the constitution,it has undergone robust changes that have improved the teaching and learning in Kenya.Currently, the commission has a CEO Dr. Nancy Macharia who is working hard to ensure welfare of teachers are well catered for.
David Barasa (Centre), Treasurer Rebecca Masibayi and Bungoma South Knut branch Chairman Augustine Watamba Following the retirement of Dr. Lydia Nzomo as the Teachers Service Commission (TSC) Chairperson, a teacher's union now wants a man to replace her.
The cabinet secretary of Education Professor George Magoha made it clear that the school academic calendar will not be affected despite the rising number of covid 19 infections.All teachers and students are expected to be report for a new term next week.However, The Teachers Service Commission Chief Executive Officer Doctor Nancy Macharia has confirmed that 16,152 teachers who participated in an interviews between December 2020 and February 2021 have received promotion.
The Teachers Service Commission (TSC) of Kenya is an Independent government Commission established under the Constitution of Kenya to manage human resources within the education sector.
Teachers service Commission become a constitutional Commission in 2015 with Lydia Nzomo becoming the first Chairperson.
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.
Teachers Service Commission has not been having a chairperson since November 18th last year.The seat was left vacant after Lydia Nzomo left.
File Photo of Outgoing TSC chairperson Lydia Nzomo and CEO Nancy Macharia address the press at the commission’s offices in Nairobi on January 2, 2019 The Teacher’s Service Commission has announced that it is planning to hire close to 49,750 new teachers to fill the slots of shortage of teachers which
The teachers across the country are in the April holiday following the closure of schools late last month.However,some are in Nairobi marking the KCSE exams.Education CS Professor Magoha has said that the results will be out by 10th May.Currently,the parents have began preparing their children for the July form one admissions after the release of KCPE results.
Good news to unemployed teachers as the teachers service commission is set to hire new teachers.This is occasioned by the shortage caused by the 100% transition into secondary school hence straining the teacher student ratio.
President Uhuru Kenyatta has mandated a nine member TSC Selection Panel to vet and appoint the chairperson and one member of the Teachers Service Commission, TSC.
The teachers service commission is planning to hire thirty seven thousand new teachers in the next financial year.This will help In covering the teachers deficit in Kenya school as the ministry of education is set to roll a new competency based curriculum.
Kenyan Head of State president Uhuru Kenyatta has nominated one Jamleck Muturi as the chairperson of the Teachers Service Commission.Also nominated awaiting approval by the National Assembly is Alfred Otieno Oyucho who will sit in the Commission as a member.