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TSC Confirms, Gives Nod to Pay Rise, Salary Increment for all Teachers Starting this Date 

TSC Confirms, Gives Nod to Pay Rise, Salary Increment for all Teachers Starting this Date 

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TSC Confirms and Gives Nod to Pay Rise, Salary Increment for all Teachers Starting this Date; TSC Trending News Today

TSC Confirms, Gives Nod to Pay Rise, Salary Increment for all Teachers Starting this Date 

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TSC Trending News Today; The latest TSC news reaching us today at newspro.co.ke now indicate that the teachers’ sole employer, Teachers Service Commission, TSC @ Kenya has confirmed news that all teachers are set for better pay following the allocation of Kshs 15 billion for teachers’ pay rise for the 2021-2022 financial year.

This news item has rekindled teachers’ lost glory especially after KUSNET, KUPPET and KNUT collectively played chase and catapulted teachers’ suffering by trading their benefits for their own selfish gains.

New CBA 2021-2025 for Teachers

In 2021, the aforementioned teachers’ unions signed a collective bargaining agreement CBA 2021-2025 that did not take into account any monetary gains for the teachers.

Instead, teachers were offered non-monetary benefits in the new CBA 2021-2025 that encompass lengthened maternity and paternity leaves.

To read the full details of the new CBA 2021-2025 for teachers, click on the link below

Details of the new CBA 2021-2025 for teachers


Details of the latest news of looming Salary Rise for Teachers 2021-2022


Details of the latest news of looming Salary Rise for Teachers 2021-2022

The Government has dealt good news to the Teachers service commission after the allocation a whooping KSh 15 billion meant to effect pay rise for currently employed TSC teachers and recruitment of new teachers for the 2022-2023 fiscal year.

This is after details emerged showing that teachers are among the biggest winners in President Uhuru’s last budgetary allocation amounting to a total of Sh 3. 3 trillion as he is set to complete his reign and take his leave for good next year.


According to reports published by the Daily Nation, it is now confirmed that the Teachers Service Commission, TSC will receive Sh 15 billion in the 2022/23 financial year meant for salary increment and hiring of new teachers.

According to the Nation newspaper, The Treasury Cabinet Secretary Ukur Yatani is said to have allocated an extra Sh14.9 billion to the TSC. This means that the TSC budget has risen to Sh296.6 billion from Sh281.7 billion this year.


Taking to the Nation media, a member National Assembly Education Committee affirmed that the extra funds are meant to appease teachers who are alleged to be unhappy with President Uhuru’s regime.

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Teachers will be happy now and will be perfectly represented in the next CBA negotiations. The government has been having wrangles and struggles with the Teachers Service Commission.


TSC Budget 2021/2022: How TSC spent the 281.7 Billion Budgetary Allocation for the 2021/2022 Financial Year


Just like any other government body, the Teachers Service Commission has got an estimation of its expenditure and income for a period of one year technically referred to as a budget.

Since the Commission draws its cash for operational costs from the exchequer, the Treasury has an upper role in determining how much the Teachers Service Commission bags in form of the annual budgetary allocation every June- the start of a new financial year.

The Commission thereafter has to work with the amount it has been allocated to ensure effective operations within all the departments.

If the Commission needs more money let us say for teachers’ promotions or annual increment, it has to be budgeted for in advance through formal channels such as the select parliamentary Education Committee.

TSC New Budgetary Allocation 2021/2022

The month of June marks the end of 2020/21 financial year.

In preparation for the next financial year, the government led by finance minister Ukur Yatani presented and read the budget today and allocations for each ministry.

According to what was allocated to education ministry, it seems that other sectors will gain while others will lose hence will be forced to scale down their expenses.

The greatest beneficiary was early learning and basic education that was allocated 104.0billion from 99.4 billion that was equated to addition of 5%,and teachers employer TSC that was allocated 281.7b from previous 274.0b translating to 3% increase. The government further allocated  12b to free primary education, 1b for the new CBC curriculum and 2.5 b making them main gainers of the next financial year budget.

On the other hand ,university education was the greatest loser in the coming year as it has got budget cuts amounting to 9% after receiving a lower budget down from 109.3 to 100.0% .


TSC Recruitment 2021/2022

Having received the lion’s share of the 500 billion allocated for the education sector, part of the 280 billion set aside for the Teachers Service Commission was used to cater for recurrent expenditure which encompass teachers’ monthly salaries and replacement of teachers who exit service through natural attrition or retirement.

On ths year’s new recruitment of teachers by the Teachers Service Commission, TSC; the Treasury was allocated a total of 2.5 billion for the employment of more than 5, 000 teachers to ensure a smooth roll out if the new Competency-based curriculum.

TSC Teachers’ Annual Increment 2021/2022

Despite the budget being made public, teachers employed by the Commission on permanent and pensionable terms especially classroom teachers without administrative roles had their hope  for an annual increment crashed having received a raw deal in the previous Collective Bargaining Agreement, CBA.


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