TSC salaries for C2. The Teachers Service Commission (TSC) is Kenya’s sole agency with the jurisdiction to appoint, promote, and transfer teachers.
The committee, which is now led by Dr. Nancy Macharia, has worked hard to ensure that instructors are paid fairly.
Teaching is one of the subjects in Kenya that requires dedication, perseverance, and hard work.
Because teaching is not their first choice, many academically bright students enter it as a last resort.
However, opinions regarding the teaching profession appear to be shifting.
With the majority of students at Kenyan universities increasingly opting to become teachers as a career choice, education in colleges is gradually becoming more marketable.
Recent efforts by the Kenya Union of Post-Primary Teachers (KUPPET) to encourage the Teachers Service Commission to raise the salary of newly hired teachers strengthen this trend.
TSC salaries for C2
According to KUPPET, TSC should consider increasing teacher compensation from the current level of 34,959 to 74,259, a 70% increase.
If the commission meets the Union’s objectives, teaching will be one of the most popular professions in Kenyan universities.
The basic wage for a C2 teacher in Kenya ranges from KES 34, 955 to KES 49, 694, depending on salary points.
TSC job group C2 compensation per wage scale is as follows:
- Salary scale 1 – KES 34,955
- Salary scale 2 – KES 36,280
- Salary scale 3 – KES 37,654
- Salary scale 4 – KES 39,081
- Salary scale 5 – KES 40,562
- Salary scale 6 – KES 42,099
- Salary scale 7 – KES 49,694
- House allowance – KES 5000.
- House allowance of KES 16, 500 for teachers working in Nairobi.
- House allowance of KES 12, 800 for teachers working in Mombasa, Kisumu, Nakuru, Nyeri, Eldoret, Thika, Kisii, Malindi and Kitale
- House allowance of KES 9, 600 for teachers working in other former municipalities.
- House allowance of KES 7, 500 for teachers working in other areas