TSC Stops Recruiting Intern Teachers

TSC Stops Recruiting Intern Teachers

TSC Stops Recruiting Intern Teachers

The Teachers Service Commission (TSC) has now put a stop to the practice of hiring teachers as interns and is keeping an eye on it.The Council has recently received advice from the National Assembly Education Committee to discontinue the internship program and concentrate on hiring teachers with long-term retirement contracts.

TSC Director Dr. Nancy Macharia disclosed that the Committee intended to engage an additional 10,000 trained teachers at the Committee meeting. The commission has a budget of $15.4 billion overall, but only Sh2 billion is allocated to recruitment, according to Dr. Macharia.TSC wants to hire 5,000 full-time and retired teachers to close the initial staffing shortage and boost the number of teachers.

The 100% reform effort is placing strain on the country’s teaching workforce, Macharia continued, necessitating the hire of additional teachers.The CEO of TSC presented the committee with the proposed budget for the current fiscal year.

TSC, a corporation that recruits teachers and has more than 10,000 registered teachers, has introduced an internship program.Secondary school instructors get a monthly salary of Sh20,000, while primary school teachers are paid Sh15,000.

The allowance must be subjected to some deductions.Below is a breakdown of an intern teacher at a secondary school.Amount in Detail (Ksh)There is a special salary of $20,000.00, two $18,000.00 NSSF deductions, three $750.00 NHIF deductions, and four NET pay amounts.18,170.00Below is a breakdown of an intern teacher for an elementary school.Amount in Detail (Ksh)2 Deductions from NSSF 900 1 Special Salary, 15,000 4 Net Pay, After Deductions 3 NHIF Deduction: 500.0013,600.00

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