Upcoming TSC Teachers Promotions and Updated Guidelines
Upcoming TSC Teachers Promotions and Updated Guidelines. TSC promotions for teachers, For TSC promotion, teachers in employment groups C1 and C2 may apply.
The Teachers Service Commission (TSC) estimates that 36,829 primary and secondary school teachers are qualified for promotions.
CEO of TSC’s perspective on teacher promotions
Last week, Nancy Macharia, the CEO of TSC, requested that lawmakers set aside Sh2 billion.
She addressed the Education Committee of the National Assembly at that time in order to promote 12,634 teachers for the fiscal year 2023–2024.
The national assembly intends to advance educators
The commission advises the National Assembly Committee on Education that it would cost Sh2,75,038,528 to transfer instructors to new job categories.
4,595 primary school teachers must achieve promotion from grade C1 to grade C2 in order to advance.
Similarly, the TSC informed the committee that 4,750 diploma-holding instructors would have to advance from grade C2 to grade C3.
It is estimated that the promotion of 2,637 graduate teachers to grade C4 will cost the employees’ employer Sh400 million.
In contrast, it will cost Sh175,338.528 to promote 652 graduate teachers to grade D4 from grade D3.
According to TSC Chief Executive Nancy Macharia, the commission intends to promote 11,258 teachers in the common cadre during the current fiscal year, subject to funding availability.
“TSC will advance 13,717 teachers,” she continues.
For 1,021 teachers, there is a competitive foundation and utilization of affirmative action in the ASAL and policies for hard-to-reach areas.
The TSC reported that 4,006 teachers were promoted through a competitive process in the 2019–20 fiscal year and 16,032 more were promoted in the 2020–21 fiscal year.
In the 2019–20 fiscal year, approximately 5,034 teachers received promotions based on a common cadre, whereas 94,76 teachers received promotions based on the same criteria in the next fiscal year.
Legislators want to know why certain instructors, who had held numerous positions for up to five years, were not confirmed.
The TSC, according to Hon. Nabii Nabwera, a Lugari MP, never explains to teachers why they are not confirmed.
TEACHERS IN C1 ARE ACTING TO APPLY FOR PROMOTIONS
who are qualified to be appointed as institutional administrators are teachers.
When the commission announces employment positions, applicants are required to declare their interests by submitting an application, according to Ms. Macharia.
Interviews favor teachers who have experience as temporary institutional leaders.
According to Ms. Macharia, this is because kids are rewarded points for how long they have been doing it.
The CEO explained to MPs that a clear career development plan is provided by the strategy on the deployment of institutional administrators.
This will guarantee that all teachers will advance, develop, and evolve in a systematic manner.
Regulation 73 of the Code of Regulations for Teachers serves as the foundation for promotions of teachers in the public sector.
Guidelines for career advancement and the selection and appointment procedure for institutional managers.
TSC teacher promotion requirements
The requirements for promotion consist of;
- The availability of funds
- The existence of vacancies in the authorized establishment
- Annual performance records
- Academic and professional qualifications are also considered before a teacher is promoted.
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