TSC : Grade C2 Teachers Payment Levels , Salary and Allowances

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The Teachers Service Commission (TSC) allocates varying basic salary to C2 teachers based on their qualifications and tenure within the service.

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Teachers under grade C2 receive assorted benefits contingent on specific circumstances alongside their basic salary.

As per TSC, job grade C2 signifies an entry-level position for registered teachers with a bachelor’s degree in education. Typically, these individuals are university graduates employed as first-time teachers in secondary schools by the Teachers Service Commission.

Grade C2 teachers are divided into seven payment tiers, each associated with a distinct basic salary scale.

A trained teacher with a diploma can ascend to the rank of a secondary grade C2 teacher after three years of service as a grade C1 teacher under TSC. Conversely, university degree holders start directly at job grade C2 without any prerequisite service period.

A Maths Teacher in Class

Promotion for diploma-holding grade C2 teachers to grade C3 necessitates a promotional interview, while university degree holders are automatically promoted after three years of service.

The current salary structure for C2 teachers which was determined by the Teachers Service Commission following the implementation of the Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA), reflects a significant increase.

TSC Basic Salary for Grade C2 Teachers 

Salary scale, 2 sh 36,280
Salary scale, 3 sh 37,654
Salary scale ,4 sh 39,081
Salary scale, 5 sh 40,562
Salary scale ,6 sh 42,099
Salary scale ,7 sh 49,694

C2 teachers are entitled to various allowances, including monthly hardship and commuter allowances, annual leave allowance, and disability guide allowance.

Monthly Hardship allowance of sh 10,900.
Monthly Commuter allowance of sh 5,000.
Teacher Annual leave allowance of sh 6,000.
For the disabled (Disability guide allowance) of sh 20,000.

Furthermore, depending on their work location, teachers receive additional allowances. For instance, those stationed in Nairobi receive a higher allowance compared to their counterparts in other areas like Mombasa, Kisumu, Nakuru, Nyeri, Eldoret, Thika, Kisii, Malindi, Kitale, former municipalities, and other uncovered regions.

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