Deductions on Intern Teachers Payslips
Deductions on Intern Teachers Payslips. A one-year term is required of all teachers hired by the Teachers Service Commission (TSC) through the internship program.
But it’s important to remember that if TSC advertises employment openings for permanent roles, intern teachers are welcome to apply.
TSC internship terms of service, agreement form, and Salary 2023 are also available to read.
For inadequate performance or a failure to uphold the standards of conduct established for the internship, the commission, an officer, or agent may propose the termination of the internship.
The internship is unpaid, according to the TSC internship agreement. However, as occasionally approved by the Commission, interns will be paid a stipend. The Commission will set aside money each year for this purpose.
The specific compensation for secondary school intern teachers is 20,000 Kenyan shillings.
The National Hospital Insurance Fund (NHIF) will withdraw Kes. 200.00 from this amount, and the National Social Security Fund (NSSF) will deduct Kes. 750.00. Total deductions come to Kes 950.00.
After all deductions, the teacher receives Kes. 18,170.00 to take home.
Here is a breakdown of a secondary school intern teacher.
A breakdown of a primary school intern teacher can be found below.
Download the TSC Intern Payslip
To download the payslip, go to T-pay by visiting https://tpay.tsc.go.ke.
Click Login after entering your TSC number and password.
If you can’t remember your password, click Reset password. When requested, you will need to enter your TSC number.