JSS Teachers Online Payslip Features and qualification for Loans
JSS Teachers Online Payslip and qualification for Loans. In the recent recruitment more than 30,000 teachers have been hired by the Teachers Service Commission. To now, junior secondary schools all around the nation have received the recently hired teachers.
Under the internship program, the commission hired both PnP teachers and additional individuals. The commission has made a commitment to seeing that the new competency-based curriculum is implemented in accordance with the government’s order.
The curriculum is experiencing a number of challenges, but the current administration is committed to making things better.
The recently hired JSS teachers will begin receiving a pay from the Teachers Service Commission.
They have already reported to the schools, and the heads have signed for them as casualties. They will be able to check and download their payslips online, which will make them happy all the way to the bank at the end of the month.
A payslip, however, can only be obtained after becoming a tsc employee. They can now access their TSC payslip online at https://tpay.tsc.go.ke/ at the end of the month.
One needs to be signed up and have a password in order to log in. One will be able to examine and even print their payslips after successfully logging in.
Characteristics of JSS teachers’ online payslip
You might be unsure of what the numerous acronyms on your payslips mean.
Below is a list of the acronyms that appear on your payslip.
Social Welfare Associations is known by this abbreviation. These are included in the third party deductions and include Teachers’ Unions, SACCOs, and Burial and Benevolent Funds. You must approve them online in order for deductions to be made to these third parties.
A fund specifically created for male teachers is called the Widows and Children Pension Plan (WCPS). The fund receives a monthly salary contribution from male teachers. The teacher’s designated next of kin will get the monies after his death so they can support the teacher’s family.
This abbreviation stands for insurance provider. Some educators have signed up with private insurance providers, sending money to them through the TSC check-off system.
a SACCO Loan abbreviation. This is the wage commitment made to pay off a SACCO loan.
That’s short for commercial loan. displays the amount of the salary reduction made to pay back a commercial bank loan.
The money deducted from a teacher’s paycheck each month and put into their SACCO savings.
Either Permanent and Pensionable Terms (P&P) or Probation apply to teachers (Prob). In your payslip, whatever is appropriate will be displayed.
ON A TSC PAYSLIP, ADDITIONAL ACRONYMS
The following is a list of other abbreviations found on your payslip:
- MPR; This is the amount of Monthly Personal Relief (MPR).
- PAYE Auto; The monthly Pay As You Earn (PAYE) deductions.
- NHIF Contribution; Monthly statutory deductions towards the National Hospital Insurance Fund (NHIF). This affects all government employees.
- PF Num; Your Personal File Number which is your TSC Number.
- RoD; The date when you are expected to attain the mandatory retirement age.
- Designation; Your job grade i.e Secondary Teacher II..
- ID Num; Your National Identity Card Number.
- Tax PIN; Your KRA PIN.