TSC Latest News on Teachers July Salary Increment 2023
TSC Latest News on Teachers July Salary Increment 2023. Since they will be the first group to profit from this pay increase endeavor, teachers who have been employed in their current job groups for at least three years will initially benefit from it.
In addition to having their pay increase, the teachers will also be promoted to the following work group, which will bring with it a number of additional benefits.
The teachers were reassured by Teachers Service Commission (TSC) Chief Executive Officer Dr. Nancy Macharia that measures are being made to guarantee that promotions are completely executed.
In addition, the TSC has released a revised pay scale for senior teachers.
Teachers who hold a C1 certification will be transferred to the C2 employment group, according to the commission.
In the not too distant future, educators who are currently in C2 will move up to C3, while those who are currently in C3 will move up to C4.
In the month of July, every employee will get a pay raise and a promotion.
For teachers appointed by the Teachers Service Commission, the last pay raise granted by the Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA) for the years 2017–2021 will be fully implemented in July 2023.
They consist of the following:
- Principals of secondary and primary institutions
- Deputy principals
- Master’s level students
- Secondary School Teachers
- The Principals
- The assistant principals
In the United Kingdom, there are 2,733 openings for the role of principal of normal primary schools.
At secondary schools, there are a total of 1,330 open posts for teachers who are qualified for promotions.
The number of vacant posts for Deputy Principals II is 1,725; 224 of those seats are allocated for Deputy Principals III, while another 208 are held for Senior Master II.
The Treasury will have to send the Teachers Service Commission a total of 2.2 billion shillings in order for the aforementioned changes to be fully implemented.
Promotional bonuses for teachers come with additional perks, including a raise in basic pay. Dr. Macharia thinks that teachers ought to receive pay increases and promotions in recognition of the hard work they have put in.
The Teachers Service Commission has been keeping an eye on the situation and acting quickly to address the nation’s current teacher shortage.