All TSC Online Services and How to Access Them In 2023
TSC's comprehensive guide to online services for Kenyan teachers. From registration to wealth declaration, we've got you covered. Explore the possibilities today.
The Teachers Service Commission (TSC) in Kenya is integral to the education sector. Established in 1967, the Commission oversees teachers' recruitment, remuneration, and management in public schools across the country. Recognizing the changing needs of today's digital world, TSC has transitioned most of its services online, providing teachers and employees easier access to the resources they need.
In this comprehensive guide, we will explore the various online services TSC provides and provide step-by-step instructions on accessing them. Whether you're a teacher seeking to register, retrieve a lost certificate, or check your employment status, we have you covered.
TSC Online Services
1. New Teacher, Registration
The first step for any graduate teacher in Kenya is to register with the TSC. This process can be conveniently completed through the TSC online portal. Follow this link to initiate your registration process.
2. Checking Registration Status
After applying for a TSC Number, you should check the status of your certificate. You can do this by visiting this link. Be sure to have your ID Number/Passport number that you used during the registration process.
3. Replacing a Lost TSC Certificate
If a teacher loses their registration certificate, TSC provides an online service to apply for a duplicate certificate. Visit this link to apply for a replacement.
4. Wealth Declaration
As per the Public Officer Ethics Act, all TSC-employed teachers are required to declare their wealth. You can follow this link to fulfill this requirement.
5. TPAD 2
The Teacher Performance Appraisal and Development (TPAD 2) system evaluates teachers' performance and promotes professional growth. This online system can be accessed using this link.
6. TSC T-PAY System
Teachers can conveniently access and download their payslips online via the TSC's T-Pay System. Remember, to use this service, you must be registered, and you will need your TSC number and password as login credentials. Visit this link to access your payslip.
7. TSC Downloads
For all the latest updates, documents (circulars, forms, manuals), you can visit the downloads section of the TSC website at this link.
8. Downloading your P9 Form
The P9 form is crucial for teachers to file their Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA) returns. Access the form through this link.
9. Advertised Posts
To view and apply for advertised TSC posts, visit the TSC online portal here.
10. TMIS Details
Heads of institutions can update data about their schools online using the Teacher Management Information System(TMIS). Log in at this link with your User Name and password.
Heads of schools can also utilize the Entry/Exit(Casualty) form to report teachers' entry or exit in their respective schools. This crucial service can be accessed here.
12. Teacher Registration Status and History
You can check your registration status and history using this link. This allows teachers to verify the progress of their registration process and confirm their employment status.
13. Online Application for Secretariat Jobs
For those interested in working at the TSC Secretariat, the Commission offers an online platform where you can apply for open positions. Check for current vacancies and submit your application at this link.
14. Transfers and Deployments
Teachers who need to request a transfer or check the status of their transfer request can use this online service. You can also check for your deployment status using this link.
15. TSC Email Activation
Every teacher registered under TSC has an email account created for them. This email is crucial for all communication purposes with the Commission. If you still need to activate it, follow this link to get it done.
Accessing TSC Online Services: A Step-by-step Guide
To access these services, you must first register for a TSC account. The registration process is straightforward, and once completed, it gives you access to a range of services and tools.
- Visit the TSC online portal.
- Click on the "Registration/Activate account" button.
- Fill in your details in the provided fields, including your TSC and National ID numbers.
- Create a password that you will remember easily.
- Check the information you've filled in, and if everything is correct, click "Submit."
- If the registration is successful, you will receive an email with a link to activate your account. Once your account is active, you can log in and use the various services TSC offers.
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With these comprehensive online services provided by the Teachers Service Commission, teachers in Kenya can now more conveniently handle their professional matters. Whether registering as a new teacher, checking your payslip, declaring wealth, or even applying for positions at the TSC Secretariat, these services are just a click away. The move to digital has not only made these services more accessible but also quicker and more efficient, ensuring that all teachers can focus on their most important role: educating the future generations of Kenya.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
I need to get my TSC number. How do I retrieve it?
You can retrieve your lost TSC number by logging into the TSC online portal. If you cannot log in, contact the TSC support team via the contact details provided on their website.
How long does it take for my new teacher registration to be processed?
The processing time can vary, typically two to three weeks. If it takes longer than this, you should contact TSC directly.
What do I do if I forget my TSC online portal password?
There's a 'Forgot Password' option on the login page of the TSC portal. Click on it and follow the instructions to reset your password.
Why can't I access my payslip via the T-PAY system?
If you cannot access your payslip, it could be due to a few reasons. Ensure you're using the correct TSC number and password. If the problem persists, contact TSC support.
Can I apply for more than one advertised post at TSC?
Yes, you can apply for more than one post as long as you meet the qualifications for each post. Each application is treated independently.
How often do I need to declare my wealth as a TSC-employed teacher?
As per the Public Officer Ethics Act, TSC-employed teachers are required to declare their wealth after every two years.
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