TSC: How to effectively change Salary Pay-point
TSC: How to effectively change Salary Pay-point. Your salary is released by the Teachers Service Commission (TSC) through your chosen or preferred bank or Sacco. The instructor needs to have a bank or Sacco account in order to receive their monthly salary. Once you complete the TSC Bank Form, the Commission receives these information.
After TSC interviews, the TSC Bank Form is completed and sent to the head office with other documentation when a teacher is hired for the first time. Additionally, a teacher may choose to alter the paypoint at any moment.
PROCEDURE ON HOW TO CHANGE TSC SALARY PAY-POINT FOR TEACHERS
A teacher may wish to change paypoint as often as one may like. For your salary to be diverted to the new bank/Sacco account, then you must;
- First download the TSC Bank Form and Print it.
- Fill in the paypoint form correctly and have it certified by your Principal/ Head Teacher. The TSC County or Sub County Director sign the Principal/ Head Teacher’s bank form.
- Photocopy your new bank/Sacco account plate (ATM Card) both sides. This is the new account where you want your salary to be channeled to. Make sure the copy is clear and must also be certified by your Principal/ Head Teacher.
- Attach your certified bank plate copy and National ID Copy to the completed TSC Bank Form.
- Finally, send the documents to TSC Headquarters (enclosed in one envelope and addressed to the Secretary TSC, P.O Private Bag, Nairobi).
Please refrain from closing your current account until your salary begins to arrive in the new account. Your pay will bounce back as a result of this. Some professors who hurriedly closed the old accounts did not get paid for several months.
Your local bank or Sacco returns the salary to TSC if the TSC payroll is closed, you have closed your previous account, and your application for Pay-point change has not been processed. There are numerous bureaucrats involved in this lengthy procedure.
The floating salary are first returned to the Bank/Sacco headquarters. The bank/Sacco then returns the salary to TSC Head Office after thorough examination. And written checks that take a while to process are used for this.
Therefore, it is wise to exercise patience and not rush to liquidate the current account the next time you want to alter your Pay Point. If your pay is being transferred to your bank account without a hitch after three to four months, you should think about cancelling the old account.