The Teachers Service Commission (TSC) is an Independent government Commission established under the Constitution of kenya to manage and control human resources within the education sector. It is based in the capital city, Nairobi with offices in all counties in Kenya.
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Teacher Service Commission has Dr Nancy Macharia as the TSC CEO, Prof George Magoha as the Cabinet Secretary Ministry of Education and Dr Jamleck Muturi John as the Chairperson TSC.
TSC being a body that manages teachers and controls them, has an online website for it’s teachers. They offer several services online including active teacher adverts. The devices can be accessed with ease to teachers and TSC staff. Below are the services that the Commission offers online:
- Tax deductions card
Besides the teacher’s payslips, teachers and TSC Secretariat staff can always acquire their P9 forms online with a lot of ease through the teachers online portal.
Thus they do not have to wait for June to make their returns. They can now make their tax returns as early as January of every year. To access this service click on; https://payslip.tsc.go.ke/login.php
- TSC Website (www.tsc.go.ke)
The Commission has a vibrant website where key activities of the Commission are posted as they happen. The website is also a key resource Centre where teachers and the public easily access information on the services offered by the Commission. From the Website;
- Teachers can download various documents such as The Code of Regulations for Teachers, circulars and Gazette notices.
- Teachers can access and apply for advertised posts,
- Retired teachers whose pension claims have been processed and forwarded to the Director of Pensions are notified through the website.
- Papers presented during the First Teachers Conference that was recently concluded can be accessed through the website. To access the TSC Website click on this link; http://www.tsc.go.ke
- T-Pay (payslip.tsc.go.ke)
Teachers can now view their latest pay information by accessing their pay slips online. The system also provides a function for teachers to send their latest pay slip to 30 parties such as banks, Saccos, amongst others, to facilitate acquisition of a loan. Access the service by clicking on; http://payslip.tsc.go.ke
- Teacher Performance Appraisal and Development (TPAD)
Teachers Performance Appraisal is now done online. The Commission is in the process of reviewing the online performance appraisal so as to make it more user friendly. The Commission has now created a new TPAD portal. Click here to get the service; http://tpad2.tsc.go.ke
- Wealth declaration:
Teachers and TSC secretariat staff are required to declare Income, Assets and Liabilities in accordance to the public Officer Ethics Act 2003. This can now be done through the TSC Website under the teachersonline link at; https://tsconline.tsc.go.ke
- Teacher Management Information System (TMIS)
Effective teacher management requires use of accurate and up to date data. In response to this the Commission has developed an online data collection and analysis system- Teacher Management Information System (TMIS). Data is collected at the source which includes the school, TSC county offices, and the headquarters and is uploaded on the system. TMIS ensures there is a centralized source of data hence eases access of data. Get the service by clicking https://tsconline.tsc.go.ke
- Use of email to enhance communication.
The Commission’s email services continue to be a key channel of communication that teachers and other clients use to make enquiries. This provides clients with a channel that enables them to reach the Commission at a click of a button. Clients can reach the Commission wherever they are, without having to travel to any of the Commission’s offices.
- Commission’s social media platforms
The Commission’s social media platform, Facebook page (TSC KENYA) and twitter handle (http://@TSC_KE) are interactive platforms where teachers and other clients interact easily with the Commission. The Commission uses the platforms to post and share events as they happen and also bring to the attention of our clients’ urgent information meant for their attention. You are all encouraged to use the platforms to reach the Commission on any issue that you may have.