The COVID-19 disease is one the pandemic that has caused a great threat to the country of Kenya.The pandemic has affected not only Kenya but also the entire world.Many have died of the disease and others left hospitalized and to make things worse, affecting the economy of the entire country.
The KCPE candidates can now relax after the release of the recently done exams.Ministry of Education has been burning the midnight oil just to see that these exams become well administered,marked, compiled and finally released to the public.The parents can now begin preparing their children for the coming July form one intake.
The new TSC Chairman has a bachelor of Education (Science),a master in Business administration, and added master in Science Agricultural Entomology and a PhD in Agricultural Entomology.The programmed CBA was to run for 4 years of which it's effect was to start as from July 2021 but all this was in vain.
Civil servants are hired by Public service commission while Kenya government employed teachers in the country work under TSC.Teacher service commission is the only body mandate to employ and deploy teachers.Teacher service commission employ teachers in permanent and pensionable terms.Dr. Nancy Macharia is the CEO of TSC.
Teachers Service Commission (TSC) is improving its online portal system day by day to help teachers access services with ease without necessarily going to TSC Headquarters in Upper Hill Nairobi. This article will focus on HIRMIS Transfer Manual for Teachers - aimed at guiding those who would want to transfer from one school to another because of reasons well known to them. Check out the step guides below. 1. Teacher Portal System Access As a teacher applying for a transfer you don't need to worry, just go to
Teachers Service Commission the (TSC) is a constitutional commission mandated to recruit, promote, transfer and retain teachers in all public schools in the country.Teachers Service Commission also registers teachers before they are allowed to teach in any school in the country.The commission also discipline teachers who goes against it's prescribed code of conduct.
The Salaries and Remuneration Commission had been reviewing on the possible salary increment for classroom teachers and other underpaid civil servants using a proposed new CBA for 2021-2022 as the one of 2017-2020 elapsed last year July. The CBA for teachers was developed by the TSC and was accepted by the SRC for review and implementation on July 1st 2021. The first CBA had negotiated the payrise of various teachers especially those in the administrative posts in both primary and secondary schools. This CBA
TSC conveys another crucial message to all teachers in this country.This has come after the Teachers Service Commission has been totally committed to ensure that all teachers are well served by the commission in this country.Also the commission has been working hard to ensure that the shortage of teachers in this country has been addressed, as a result the Teachers Service Commission offered new employment opportunities to teachers after the retirement of teachers, death cases of teachers and the shortage of teachers in some schools.
Uplifting news to parents, teachers and students as magoha offer this comment today, magoha expressed that students are probably going to complete test on next week in the country Magoha expressed that the keep going paper will end on 24th on one week from now a couple of educators will be gone to stamp test, magoha declared that a month from now will report the test. The service of instruction as said that the students who included test cheating won't be going to be rebuffed its hit to educator and official
The Teacher Service Commission is an independent Commission mandated by the Constitution of Kenya to employ, promote , transfer and discipline teachers.The commission had undergone robust changes since the new CEO Dr. Nancy Macharia assumed the office.The commission has been reminding teachers of any changes that the government has been initiating.
Dr. Nancy Macharia the TSC boss has directed that all it's employees to file their returns before June 30th or get fined. Employees of the Teachers Service Commission are authorized to file their individual income tax returns as the deadline is nearing for the year 2020. Secretariat staff, principal of secondary schools, primary Schools headteacher and teachers training Colleges were addressed as the circular indication is dated 15th April 2021. The penalty of failing to file the returns is Ksh 20,000 to all
Dr Nancy Njeri Macharia, the CEO of the Teachers Service Commission(TSC) has said that all educators in primary and secondary schools will be allowed to take Corona Virus vaccines regardless of their age. According to Nancy Macharia, this has been made possible by His Excellency President Uhuru Kenyatta. TSC CEO Dr Nancy Macharia was addressing the press during the release of the KCPE 2020 examination at the Kenya National Examination Council's Headquarters in Nairobi. Macharia asserted that out of 337,432
The determination of the government to have a credible exam results is unstoppable.Education CS Professor Magoha together with his counterparts have been traversing the country just to see that the ongoing KCSE exams are well administered.This has seen the education officers reach the exams containers as early as 4.00am.The teachers' employer TSC through the CEO has been in the forefront too.Besides opening the containers,the CEO has played a major role in reminding the teachers about their integrity during the administration of the exams.
TSC CEO Nancy Macharia in a past function The teachers Service Commission communicates through circulars whereby important pieces of information are shared to it's over 300000 employees.The latest Circular is about filling of tax returns as required by Kenya revenue authority which is Mandated to collect income tax or PAYE.
The Teachers Service Commission,TSC, has sent a circular to all it's Secretariat staff, Principals of secondary schools and Teachers Training Colleges, Headteachers of Primary Schools, Directors of Cemastea, KISE and Kenya Institute of the Blind reminding them on filing Tax Returns for the year 2020.
Welcome to Opera news fraternity.We value you.Mind to Share and Follow to get our daily updates on the latest news.Teachers around the country are set for subsidy services from the ministry of health following after The Tsc boss Nancy Macharia issued a statement.The revelation concerns the Tsc teachers which touches their teaching status in schools.
The teachers service commission chief executive officer, Dr. Nancy Macharia has directed teachers to get vaccinated ahead of school reopening.Speaking during the release of KCPE exams, Macharia reiterated that all teachers will receive the jab irrespective of their ages.According to her , the examiners who participated in marking of the papers had no that opportunity to go for the jab hence will now be allowed to courtesy of president Uhuru's directive. "
The Teachers Service Commission is a constitutional body that is mandated to register and employ qualified teachers in the country.TSC on recruitment of new teachers on permanent and pensionable terms, posts them to teach in public primary and secondary schools as well as Teachers Training Colleges across the country.
The Teachers Service Commission, TSC, through it's CEO, Dr Nancy Macharia, has hinted that all teachers will have to get a Covid 19 jab.Speaking during the release of the 2020 KCPE results at Mtihani House Nairobi, Dr Nancy Macharia made it clear that all teachers should visit the specified centres to get the jab before the schools reopens.
All teachers in the country are now supposed to take Covid-19 vaccines according Teachers Service Commission Nancy Macharia.Speaking during the release of 2021 Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) results Ms Macharia commanded all teachers to get the Jab irrespective of their age.She also added that the examiners who participated the examination period didn't have the opportunity to get vaccinated but will be granted the chance courtesy of the President Kenyatta directive.