Teachers Service commission (TSC) facilitates transfer of teachers from one region to another based on the following reasons: 1.Duration After staying in one place or one school for a period of more than five years you will be eligible to be transferred. 2.Parental care If your parents are as too old and they need you around them you will apply for transfer and TSC will verify your application.
It is the duty of the Teachers Service Commission (TSC) to hire, promote and transfer teachers within the country. And as required in the employment terms and conditions, a teacher should work at any school within the country as posted by the TSC. However, a new principal posted at a Girl's national school was in shock this morning after Students flocked the highway in apeaceful demonstration against her.
The Teachers Service Commission (TSC) is mandated by Kenya constitution to recruit, promote and remunerate teachers according to the stipulated guidelines and regulations of TSC Act.Currently the commission is led by Dr. Nancy Macharia who has been working tirelessly to implement any changes in the service to promote and raise teaching standards.
It is now joy to teacher interns and the teachers fraternity as the government has promised to be paying teacher interns. Teacher interns will be paid a total sum of KSH 20,000 for secondary school and KSH 15,000 for primary school interns. The Teachers Service Commission's Nancy Macharia announced this to teachers during a press briefing.
Teachers Service Commission (TSC) is the only independent body mandated to hire, promote,discipline and remunarate teachers in Kenya.The Commission is currently under the governance of Dr Nancy Macharia Besides it is also responsible in training teachers on specific ideas to ensure a better working environment and ensure the monthly communication to all teachers.
Registered teachers with the Teachers Service Commission (TSC) have been activating and filling their performance by teaching standards on the Teacher Professional and Development Tool (TPAD) each term. This was a tool which was developed by the TSC as a means of monitoring teachers' performance in the teaching profession.
Photo/Courtesy In the last one year, the commission has promoted more than 100,000 teachers in line with the 2017-21 collective bargaining agreement that expired on June 30. Among them are 15,407 teachers who were interviewed in December 2020 and February this year. The other 99,078 were elevated under the common cadre established while 712 teachers and institutional administrators in hardship regions across the country.
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. It is based in the capital city, Nairobi with offices in the counties The body which is also responsible for the promotion of tea hers in different levels has finally announce a date set aside for interview intending to promote 2419 teachers into different ranks in both primary and secondary schools.
The Teachers Service Commission gas announced plans to interview teachers in a move to promote 2419 teachers both at primary and secondary school level starting next week. According to TSC, the interviews are set to be held at regional and county level beginning at November 1 -12. The vacancies advertised mostly are those of chief principals, principals, deputy principals, headteachers, deputy headteachers and senior teachers.
Teachers are now joyful as the Teachers Service Commission drops this crucial message over new teacher promotions Actually the ministry of education has continued to witness a great number of Principals, Lecturers and other prominent people passing away in the recent days. These creates a great gap in the education sector especially this time when the ministry of wants to have enough teachers in order to complete the set 2021 academic calendar.
Teachers Service Commission (TSC) is the only commission in Kenya that is mandated to recruit, promote and remunerate teachers according to TSC guidelines and regulations. The Commission which is currently under the leadership of Dr. Nancy Macharia has been working round the clock to ensure that teachers work in better and conducive environments.
TSC To Promote 2,400 Teacher's, Interview's For Interns Slated For Next Month. (News in today's (Sunday) daily nation front page) The Teachers Service Commission (TSC) is now set to promote 2,400 teachers in their latest promotion exercise which is set to begin next week where interviews will be conducted for both Primary and secondary school teachers to fill the thousands of vacancies for the headteacher's and their deputies in the public schools.
Teachers Service Commission is the body mandated to recruit new teachers, register and sack if they go against the law. The body state clearly the rule and regulations that need to be observed by everyone as long as he is a registered teacher. If once goes against the set guidelines then he or she will be in for it.
Teachers have now received bad news as Kenya Union Of Post Primary Education (KUPPET) reveals these emerging issues ahead of next teachers' promotions. The Teachers Service Commission is absolutely committed to see that the education sector is running smoothly and therefore the Teachers Service Commission has been offering new teachers employment opportunities and teachers promotions to different trained and TSC registered teachers across this country.
Teachers Service Commission boss Nancy Macharia has send Kenyan teachers into jubilations after she announced the promotion of teachers in the country started next week. She has also announced the interviewing process. The interviews are for positions of senior teachers, chief principals, deputy principals, and headteachers.
Teachers Service Commission is the only Commission in Kenya that is responsible with the recruitment, promotion and transferring of teachers from one station to another. The commission which is currently under the leadership of Doctor Nancy Macharia as the serving Chief Executive Officer (CEO) has been working round-the-clock to ensure that all teachers in Kenya are treated equal.
Unlike in the past where teachers who want to apply for transfer used to fill transfer letters then submit to the sub county education officers to be taken to TSC for verification, Teachers can now access the transfer service online which is effective, cheap and safe time. The Teachers Service Commission (TSC) has made the application for a teacher transfer very easy through use of teacher transfer portal.
Teachers Service Commission is the only commission in Kenya that is mandated to recruit, discipline, transfer teachers from one working station to another and also remunerate them. The commission which is currently under the leadership of Dr Nancy Macharia as the serving chief executive officer is also responsible with promotion of teachers across the country.
The Teachers Service Commission recently sent home 43 teachers for various misconducts while on duty. TSC's tough-talking boss Mrs Nancy Macharia declared that the sacking takes effect immediately and that the culprits will have their TSC numbers deregistered from the system. Surprisingly, there is no female teacher on that list leaving many wondering whether the commission stop hiring many male teachers.
The Teachers Service Commission is set to renew the contract of teachers serving on intership for a period of five years, reliable sources indicate. TSC boss Dr. Nancy Macharia has said that the move is to help those teachers on intership not to be unemployed once their contract comes to an end this year in December.