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Teacher Registration is now online!!!

Job group N appointments downloads

Employments for February 2012 downloads

TSC Staff Retirement Benefits Scheme Logo competition. downloads

Newly registered teachers.download

Newly registered teachers as at 12th October 2012. download

Teacher proficiency course 2012 results AT IV.download

Teacher proficiency course 2012 results P1.download

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Re - Alignment of Teachers Salary. Download

The Teachers Service Commission Act 2012 Article 237, requires the commission to register all qualified teachers before they can teach in any public or private institution.  A teacher who meets the requirements for registration will be issued with the certificate of Registration bearing a TSC number within 30 days.  The names of all registered teachers will be published every year.

Requirements:

Applicants are required to apply for registration online and the user-guide is also available.

One should scan and upload the following documents:

  • Certified copies of academic and professional certificates ,the national identity card and(1) passport photo size.
  • Entry and work permits for non-Kenyans.

Deposit Ksh 550 through Direct Banking or Simple Banking .  (KSh 500 is a non refundable registration fee and ksh 50 for Bank Commission Charge to the TSC). For Simple Banking click M-pesa user guide.


 

The Bank Account details are:

Bank Name: National Bank 0f Kenya - Harambee Avenue Branch, Nairobi

Account Name: Teachers Service Commission - Teachers Registration Fees

Number: 01001000905001

M-pesa details are:

Business Number - 547700

Account Number - 01001000905001

Ensure you have either Bank Deposit Slip Number or Simple Banking generated Code before Proceeding with the application.

Read more onTeacher Registration Press Release ,
Teacher Registration Fees Collection Circular No.21/2012

TSC Act 2012.download

Teacher Registration Press Release.

Teacher Registration Fees Collection Circular No.21/2012.

Teacher Registration User Guide.

NSSF Benefits

Types of NSSF Benefits

  1. i.            Age benefits

Members are eligible for this benefit when they attain 55 years and have retired from regular employment.

  1. ii.            Withdrawal benefits

This is a benefit payable to members who have attained the age of 50 years and have retired from formal employment.

  1. iii.            Survivors’ benefits

This is payable to members who have been rendered invalid due to physical or mental illness and cannot earn a reasonable livelihood.

  1. iv.            Invalidity benefits

Paid to a member who is certified as being incapable of working due to physical or mental disability permanently.

  1. v.            Emigration grants benefits

This benefit is payable to members, without any reference to age, who are emigrating from Kenya to any other country without the intention of returning to Kenya.

Funeral Grant

  • This is a cash token to support the bereaved family of a deceased member.  It is paid to a nominated family representative of the deceased member as long as the latter had made at least 3 months contributions to the NSSF.  The grant is payable within three months after the death of the member.
  • Teachers who served under temporary terms of service should visit NSSF offices in their sub-counties and obtain a schedule showing the amount and period of contribution. Where the amount is not reflected, the statement should be forwarded to the Commission for updating. The benefits are payable in accordance to NSSF Act Cap 258.