According to a report from Nation Africa, it was reported that TSC forced for immediate transfer of one of their own. Teachers Service Commission was reported to have created a clear transfer of Ms Martha Omollo, famously known as spokesperson of the Teachers. It was reported that she was transferred after having opposed the idea of tutors medical insurance under Aon Minet.
The Teachers Service Commission plays a very good responsibly to ensure that all Teachers get quality Services that they deserve. That is why, the commission keeps on ensuring that Teachers are updated always. For instance, the Teachers Service Commission created an online portal where it makes its announcements.
In September, the Teachers Service Commission(TSC) indicated that all Teachers will be required to undergo a training called Teachers Professional Development(TPD). According to TSC, it was aimed to improve teachers services in their field of work. One thing that left many tutors worried is that they are expected to pay for this refresher training.
Teachers employed by the Teachers Service Commission and those yet to be employed have all reasons to smile after good news emerged from the Kenya Union of Post Primary Education for Teachers (KUPPET) on their salaries. According to KUPPET chair Amboko Milemba, salaries for the teachers may be reviewed any time soon.
The Teachers Service Commission has experienced a low teacher registration for the Teachers Professional Development training. According to TSC, only 20000 teachers have so far registered for the program which is supposed to kick off in December this year. This too low considering the fact that the commission has over 300000 teachers employed.
Teachers Service Commission (TSC) is an independent body that is responsible with the recruitment, promotion and remuneration of teachers. The commission which is currently under the leadership of Dr Nancy Macharia is also mandated to transfer teachers from one working station to another. In the recent directives, the commission directed that all teachers in the country must enroll to The Teacher Professional Development modules.
The Teachers Service chair has two known unions upon which Teachers are registered in. They include; the Kenya National Union of Teachers (KNUT) and the Kenya Union of Post Primary Education Teachers (KUPPET). Teachers in Kenya always raise complains concerning their salaries. Teachers in various parts of the country have been forced to rampage in demand for pay increments.
All teachers have been sent the final reminder by their employers TSC concerning the Teachers performance Appraisal and development. As the schools have closed for one week,teachers who will not have complied with Teachers performance Appraisal and development by today will face stern action. This online exercise was opened on the begging of this term in July 26th and the commission has also set the deadline for the same exercise being today 1st October 2021 at midnight.
Ms Martha Omollo. The teachers Service Commission is Constitutionally Mandated to register, hire, transfer and excercise disciplinary Control over teachers. When effecting transfers, there is normally a procedure to follow as stipulated in TSC code of conduct. Most transfers are undertaken after a request from teachers who may wish to change environment or move closer to their families.
The Teachers Service Commission has now released good news to unemployed Teachers. The Teachers Service the has now advertised 1,995 teaching positions to be applied for. Primary schools unemployed trained Teachers have a great reason to smile since they have a lion share in the recruitment advert. Primary schools have 1,038 vacancies whereas secondary schools have 957 internship recruitment vacancies.
Teachers receive good news as TSC offers teacher's promotions in the new CBA. Teachers Service Commission plays incredible roles of ensuring the smooth running of Educational matters. It offers employment to trained Teachers, gives retirement to Teachers who have successfully completed their working period. The Teachers Service Commission processes salaries for employed Teachers and also awards Teachers by giving promotions to better performing Teachers.
The Government has dealt good news to Teachers service commission after allocation an extra Sh15 billion meant for payrise and recruitment of new teachers. Teachers are among the biggest winners in President Uhuru's last budget of Sh3. 3 trillion as he is set to complete his reign.
The Teachers Service Commission plays a crucial responsibility of updating Teachers with all emerging issues. The commission is making efforts to move its mode of service to digital. For instance, the commission changed the recruitment applications from analogue where Teachers used to submit hard copies. Currently, application for the TSC jobs is made online through the TSC Portal.
Good Day To All Teaches Around The Nation After Waking Up To Comforting News About The Future Of TSC
Teachers Service Commission under CEO Nancy Macharia has been the talk of many teachers in recent days. That is because of the hardworking teachers have been complaining about numerous issues but their employer has not been helping them out but instead, the TSC has been piling more problems to the teachers.
Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission will assist the Teachers Service Commission punish teachers who will not have done wealth declaration by 31st December 2021. TSC boss Dr. Nancy Macharia says that despite a series of texts send to teachers, some of them have remained unshaken. The teachers who will not have declared their wealth by that date will have proved to be out of control and therefore the only alternative will be to face Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission so as to be investigated as to why they don't want TSC to know their assets.
Kenya and the whole world is currently suffering the painful effects of covid 19 pandemic. The disease lead to economic distortion of many countries. For instance, Kenya is battling huge debts which are still unsolved due to hard economic status of the country. The government purchased the covid 19 disease jab and therefore directed all Kenyans to get vaccinated.
Kenya including the whole world is currently suffering the painful effects of covid 19 pandemic. The disease resulted to economic depresiation in many countries. Good example is Kenya , this country is battling huge debts which are still unsolved due to difficult economic status of the country. The government bought the covid 19 disease jab and thereafter directed all Kenyans to get vaccinated.
Recently, the Teachers Service Commission directed that all teachers must be trained on the Teacher Professional Development modules. The Teachers Service Commission Chief Executive Officer Madam Nancy Macharia said that the plan of TPD is to professionalise the Teaching fraternity to match other careers like law and engineering.
The Kenya National Union Of Teachers' mistakes put the school heads and the union in trouble. Teachers in this country have two major unions that is Kenya National Union Of Teachers (KNUT) and Kenya Union Of Post Primary Education Teachers (KUPPET), these unions have been at the forefront to fight for the rights of the teachers.
TSC Logo. The body that is mandated to employ and promote teachers-The Teachers Service Commission (TSC), has yet again announced 1,950 internship teaching vacancies in both primary and secondary schools.In order to curb the perceived nepotism and irregularities that are always witnessed during employment periods,the commission has come up with tough measures and conditions that the applicants have to fulfil in order to qualify for placement in various institutions in Kenya.They include: