TSC increases Teachers’ salary | August 28, 2023

Teachers Service Commission, TSC salary increment 2023 is between 7% and 9.5%. TSC Salary increment is according to the agreement, signed on Monday, August 28, that also backdated teachers’ salary increment to July 1, 2023.

Please keep reading for the full details…

President William Ruto approved the Salaries and Remuneration Commission (SRC) civil servants’ pay rise recommendation of 7% to 10%.

Teachers teaching in rural areas will benefit from this increment, in accordance with cluster 3. In fact, the least paid teacher (job group B5) will pocket KSH 28,830 alongside a house allowance of KSh 3,850.

TSC Salary Increment Details 2023

Least-paid Kenyan teachers will receive a salary increment of between 9.5% and the highest-paid teachers will receive a 7% increment.

According to the agreement between unions and the Teachers Service Commission (TSC), the least-paid Teachers will bag KSh 23,830 plus a house allowance of KSh 3,850.

This new payroll will be implemented in August, but that is not all, the salary will be backdated to July 1, 2023.

The CEO, TSC, Nancy Macharia commuting and leave allowances for job group B5 will remain the same. However, the basic salary for the job group B5 increased from KSh 21,756 to a minimum of KSh 22,793 for the year 2023 and KSh 23,830 for the year 2024.

Job group C1, earning a minimum of KSh 27,195, will pocket KSh 28,491 in their August 2023 pay slip and KSh 29,787 in 2024.

Increment for Highest paid teachers

Here is the breakdown:-

  • Teachers currently earning KSh 77,840 (job group D1), will receive a basic salary of KSh 78,625 in 2023.
  • Those earning KSh 104,644 (job group D3) will pocket KSh 105,182 and KSh 106,043 in 2024.
  • The highest-paid teachers clustered in job group D4 and above will also receive an increment of 7%, plus other allowances.

However, the Kenya National Union of Teachers is thinking of increasing the percentage.

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