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Starting Salary per month For Newly


Starting Salary per month For Newly

Starting Salary per month For Newly

In Kenya, Teachers service commission(TSC) is the body that is selected and has a responsibility  for hiring and renumeration of teachers .

As per  TSC guidelines, the professional secondary school teachers who are newly employed by  the commission in Kenya falls under job group K  which is the starting point that is currently refered to as Secondary Teacher II or grade C2.

Immediately a secondary school trained   teacher  has been absorbed by  Teachers service communication, the teacher  receives an  appointment letter that always states that a  newly employed teacher remains on probation for a period of not less than six (6) months.

Sometimes the  probation period may be extended if the teacher’s performance is not satisfactory.

As per to the current state at TSC  secondary school  teacher serves for a duration of 3  years after which he/she  automatically gets  promoted  grade C3, initially known as job group L.

The minimum requirements for one to teach in secondary school is diploma but nowadays  majority of secondary school teachers are university graduates.

Any  newly employed  graduate  teacher is entitled to a starting salary  now  of KSH.38000 .

It should however be noted that this  figure changes if one used to benefit from  HELB loan  since some amount is deducted.

With the  newly employed teachers under  (grade C2 ) initially known as job group K a part from their basic salaries also enjoy commuter allowance of KSH 5000 and rental house allowance   of KSH 7500.

Below is a breakdown of the salary for  a newly employed graduate teacher in a secondary school is given below:

1 .Basic Salary  ksh.34,955

2 . House Allowance ksh    7,500

3 .Commuter Allowance ksh. 5,000.

4 .Total Earnings (before deductions)  KSH   47,455.

All the above salaries are also subject to other official statutory  deductions which  include:

a. Also there is the Children’s and widow’s Pension Scheme  which is about Kshs. 699.10.

b.There is also  University Loan Recovery  of about Kshs. 5000.

c. The Others include those made to teachers’unions  such as KNUT and KUPPET, KEWOTA, PAYE  plus sacco savings.

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