List Of Teachers Promoted According To TSC And There Salaries

By Getrude Mathayo / Published March 7, 2024 | 1:52 pm



TSC KNUT

Teachers Service Commission (TSC) has released a list of teachers who have been promoted as 36,505 tutors were moved to higher grades, in line with Career Progression Guidelines (CPG).

Following the interviews that were completed in January 2024, the majority of teachers were those who had stagnated in the same job group for years. According to TSC Secretary Nancy Macharia, the commission has been allocated 1 Billion shillings in the 2024/25 Financial Year to promote teachers. Some 14,750 teachers were also elevated in the 2022/23 Financial Year

“We have been allocated Sh l billion for promotion in the year 2024/25 so the issue of stagnation in the teaching service will hopefully be over soon because we are getting funding from the Government to promote our teachers,” said Macharia.

Previously, TSC was using recurrent expenditure where it would promote teachers to replace those exiting the service.

Read Also: TSC Announces 36,505 Teachers Vacancies, Application Deadline And How To Apply

“This time we are replacing them and also getting extra money, which is good for teachers. TSC is the single largest employer in East and Central Africa and therefore its impact on the education sector and the country at large cannot be understated,” said Macharia.

Teachers were invited by TSC across various cadres to apply for promotions in 2023 including chief principal, senior principal, principals, deputy principal, senior lecturer, senior master, secondary teacher I, head teacher, deputy head teacher, and senior teacher.

Earlier, TSC was urged by President Ruto to promote teachers who had excelled in co-curricular activities last year as well as in academic performance.

According to the TSC advertisement, the position of Senior Master IV for job group C4 had the highest vacancies totalling 12,932 followed by Senior Teacher II for regular primary school at 11,519 in grade C2 then Senior Teacher I at 3,386 and in group C3.

The Commission was also required to promote 1,930 deputy head teachers for regular schools, who are in job group C4, and 1,928 secondary teachers I for regular schools.

Some 1,142 were slated for senior master III for regular schools in job group C5, 1,057 deputy principal III for regular schools in grade D1, 700 senior teacher II for Special Needs Education (SNE) primary school in grade C2, 547 deputy principal II for regular schools and 541 principals for regular schools in grade D3.

Another 34 chief principals in group D5 are also to be promoted, 108 senior principals in D4, 541 principals in grade D3 as well as 619 deputy principal II in D2, and 1,057 deputy principal III in D1.

At least 140 senior Master IV in grade C4 from Special Needs Education (SNE) schools, 43 Senior Master II (SNE) in grade D1, and 22 Senior Master I in D2 are also to be promoted.

Last year, the Government announced teachers as the biggest beneficiaries of salary rise for civil servants, which was to be backdated to July 1.

In August 2023, the Salaries and Remuneration Commission (SRC) announced a 7–10 percent, which was a relief for teachers who have been pushing for a pay raise for two years. The proposed salary increment for teachers after the Government’s proposal, the highest-paid teacher in grade D5 was to earn at least Sh173,422.

A seven percent increment would see teachers in D5 taking home a basic salary of Sh131,380 rising to a minimum of Sh140,577.

In the event of 10 percent, a teacher whose basic pay was Sh157,657 would get a maximum of Sh173,422. The lowest-paid teacher in grade B5 would see a rise from the current Sh21,756 to a minimum of Sh23,279 if seven percent was affected and from Sh27,195 to a maximum of Sh29,915 if 10 percent is implemented.

Read Also: TSC Announces New Dates For Teachers Promotion Interviews






More Articles From This Author








Trending Stories










Other Related Articles










SOKO DIRECTORY & FINANCIAL GUIDE



ARCHIVES

2024
  • January 2024 (238)
  • February 2024 (227)
  • March 2024 (190)
  • April 2024 (133)
  • May 2024 (75)
  • 2023
  • January 2023 (182)
  • February 2023 (203)
  • March 2023 (322)
  • April 2023 (298)
  • May 2023 (268)
  • June 2023 (214)
  • July 2023 (212)
  • August 2023 (257)
  • September 2023 (237)
  • October 2023 (266)
  • November 2023 (286)
  • December 2023 (178)
  • 2022
  • January 2022 (293)
  • February 2022 (329)
  • March 2022 (358)
  • April 2022 (292)
  • May 2022 (271)
  • June 2022 (232)
  • July 2022 (278)
  • August 2022 (253)
  • September 2022 (246)
  • October 2022 (196)
  • November 2022 (232)
  • December 2022 (167)
  • 2021
  • January 2021 (182)
  • February 2021 (227)
  • March 2021 (325)
  • April 2021 (259)
  • May 2021 (285)
  • June 2021 (272)
  • July 2021 (277)
  • August 2021 (232)
  • September 2021 (271)
  • October 2021 (305)
  • November 2021 (364)
  • December 2021 (249)
  • 2020
  • January 2020 (272)
  • February 2020 (310)
  • March 2020 (390)
  • April 2020 (321)
  • May 2020 (335)
  • June 2020 (327)
  • July 2020 (333)
  • August 2020 (276)
  • September 2020 (214)
  • October 2020 (233)
  • November 2020 (242)
  • December 2020 (187)
  • 2019
  • January 2019 (251)
  • February 2019 (215)
  • March 2019 (283)
  • April 2019 (254)
  • May 2019 (269)
  • June 2019 (249)
  • July 2019 (335)
  • August 2019 (293)
  • September 2019 (306)
  • October 2019 (313)
  • November 2019 (362)
  • December 2019 (318)
  • 2018
  • January 2018 (291)
  • February 2018 (213)
  • March 2018 (275)
  • April 2018 (223)
  • May 2018 (235)
  • June 2018 (176)
  • July 2018 (256)
  • August 2018 (247)
  • September 2018 (255)
  • October 2018 (282)
  • November 2018 (282)
  • December 2018 (184)
  • 2017
  • January 2017 (183)
  • February 2017 (194)
  • March 2017 (207)
  • April 2017 (104)
  • May 2017 (169)
  • June 2017 (205)
  • July 2017 (189)
  • August 2017 (195)
  • September 2017 (186)
  • October 2017 (235)
  • November 2017 (253)
  • December 2017 (266)
  • 2016
  • January 2016 (164)
  • February 2016 (165)
  • March 2016 (189)
  • April 2016 (143)
  • May 2016 (245)
  • June 2016 (182)
  • July 2016 (271)
  • August 2016 (247)
  • September 2016 (233)
  • October 2016 (191)
  • November 2016 (243)
  • December 2016 (153)
  • 2015
  • January 2015 (1)
  • February 2015 (4)
  • March 2015 (164)
  • April 2015 (107)
  • May 2015 (116)
  • June 2015 (119)
  • July 2015 (145)
  • August 2015 (157)
  • September 2015 (186)
  • October 2015 (169)
  • November 2015 (173)
  • December 2015 (205)
  • 2014
  • March 2014 (2)
  • 2013
  • March 2013 (10)
  • June 2013 (1)
  • 2012
  • March 2012 (7)
  • April 2012 (15)
  • May 2012 (1)
  • July 2012 (1)
  • August 2012 (4)
  • October 2012 (2)
  • November 2012 (2)
  • December 2012 (1)
  • 2011
    2010
    2009
    2008
    2007
    2006
    2005
    2004
    2003
    2002
    2001
    2000
    1999
    1998
    1997
    1996
    1995
    1994
    1993
    1992
    1991
    1990
    1989
    1988
    1987
    1986
    1985
    1984
    1983
    1982
    1981
    1980
    1979
    1978
    1977
    1976
    1975
    1974
    1973
    1972
    1971
    1970
    1969
    1968
    1967
    1966
    1965
    1964
    1963
    1962
    1961
    1960
    1959
    1958
    1957
    1956
    1955
    1954
    1953
    1952
    1951
    1950