New Guidelines On Teachers Promotion From C1 To C2. The Teachers service commission recruits and promotes teachers in the service. The commission promotes teachers after some time, as a way of motivating them for the hard work they perform.
Promotions normally come with an upgrade in the teachers’ grades and also salaries. Once a teacher is promoted to the next grade, salaries and allowances are also increased.
Promotion of teachers under TSC is controlled by the career progression guidelines (CPG). This is a criteria that was introduced by TSC some few years ago. However, this criteria, according to teachers is frustrating as the promotion process is very tedious and hectic.
In this blog, we shall talk of promotion guidelines of teachers from job group C1 to C2. We shall deeply look at the salary structure of both C1 and C2 teachers and how their pay slips will look like after the promotions.
New Guidelines On Teachers Promotion From C1 To C2
Secondary school teachers with diplomas in education enter into the service and begin at grade C1. Primary teacher I, Secondary Teacher III and Lecturer I are accommodated in this job group. However, in this grades, they don’t get salary increments.
Teachers handling primary schools in grade B5 get automatic promotions to grade C1 after completing three years. These primary school teachers under grade C1 are popularly referred to as Primary Teachers I and are in T-Scale 6.
The Teachers service commission indicates that promotion of primary school teachers from job group C1 to C2 is not automatic. C2 is a promotional grade for teachers teaching in primary schools.
It also acts as the minimum entry grade for these teachers into administrative positions. Entry into this job grade for primary school teachers is highly competitive and is usually subject to availability of those vacancies.
For one to qualify into this job group, they must submit their applications online once takes announces of vacancies. The applicant must have served in job group C1 for a minimum period of 3 years. Additionally, the applicant must be having at least a diploma.
Secondary school teachers with diplomas are known as Secondary Teacher II. These teachers get automatic promotions to grade C2 after expiry of 3 years since deployment.