TSC Online Services- The TSC Website, online services and how to easily access them

The Teachers Service Commission, TSC, is the employer for all TSC teachers in Public schools in Kenya. The Commission hires, manages and remunerates teachers in both Public Primary and Secondary schools. The Commission provides a number of services via its website https://tsc.go.ke/

 Some of the services provided by the Commission, via its online platform, are:


 Teachers can access their monthly payslips online by using the official link: TSC payslips online. To receive payslips online, one must first register and then is given log in credentials (Password). To log onto the payslips platform, one enters the TSC Registration Number and the provided/ set password.


A number of services are available for teachers, online, at the TSC website. These are:


TSC uses this tab to display/ advertise vacant positions. The tab enables one to apply for the vacant positions, online, and track the status of such adverts. To check the status of advertised positions and apply click on: TSC adverts/ Vacant positions to visit the page. A detailed illustration on how to apply for TSC Vacant positions can be found here; How to apply for TSC administrative positions


To teach in Kenya one has to be registered by TSC. The registration for a TSC number is done online by visiting the registration portal: Register for your TSC number, here. The following links provide necessary information pertaining registration for a TSC number/ Teacher Registration:


The Teachers Service Commission, TSC, places adverts for new teaching posts on its website whenever the chances are available. To check the adverts, visit the Advertised Teaching Posts page by clicking here; Current adverts at TSC

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 The Commission appraises teachers, on termly basis. Teachers are expected to visit the official Appraisal page and upload their data whenever the Commission makes the portal available. The Appraisal portal can be accessed by clicking on: https://tpad.tsc.go.ke:83/. The links below provide information on Teachers Appraisals:


The Commission posts a number of Circulars and other media onto its website regularly. These documents are available for downloading and can be accessed here; All TSC downloads


 Teachers are expected to update their information on the TSC online system from time to time. These returns are uploaded onto the Teacher Management Information System, TMIS, page. Information that can be updated here include:

  • School basic information,
  • Students enrollment,
  • Teachers details and much more.

Access the Teachers online system at: https://teachersonline.tsc.go.ke/

Theses links provide important information on TMIS:

  • Online tax deductions card (P)

Teachers and TSC Secretariat Staff can now access their P9 forms online alongside their payslips, through the TSC on-line service portal. Thus they do not have to wait for June to make their returns. They can now make their tax returns as early as January of every year. To access this service click on; https://payslip.tsc.go.ke/login.php

TSC Website (www.tsc.go.ke):

 The Commission has a vibrant website where key activities of the Commission are posted as they happen. The website is also a key resource centre where teachers and the public easily access information on the services offered by the Commission. From the Website;

  • • Teachers can download various documents such as The Code of Regulations for Teachers, circulars and Gazette notices.
  • • Teachers can access and apply for advertised posts,
  • • Retired teachers whose pension claims have been processed and forwarded to the Director of Pensions are notified through the website.
  • • Papers presented during the First Teachers Conference that was recently concluded can be accessed through the website. To access the TSC Website click on this link; https://www.tsc.go.ke

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Teachers online (www.teachersonline.go.ke)

  • i). Teacher registration

The Commission is mandated to register trained and qualified teachers before they engage in any teaching services in the country. Through the Commission’s online system, applicants upload the requirements for registration. The Commission processes registration within 30 days and a registration certificate is issued. The status of the application is also provided in the online system. Click here to access the Teacher Registration Portal; https://tsc.go.ke/index.php/our-services/teacher-registration/registration

  • ii). T-Pay (payslip.tsc.go.ke)

Teachers can now view their latest pay information by accessing their pay slips online. The system also provides a function for teachers to send their latest pay slip to 30 parties such as banks, Saccos, amongst others, to facilitate acquisition of a loan. Access the service by clicking on; https://payslip.tsc.go.ke

  • iii).Teacher Performance Appraisal and Development (TPAD)

Teachers Performance Appraisal is now done online. The Commission is in the process of reviewing the online performance appraisal so as to make it more user friendly. The Commission has now created a new TPAD portal. Click here to get the service; https://tpad2.tsc.go.ke

  • iv). Wealth declaration:

Teachers and TSC secretariat staff are required to declare Income, Assets and Liabilities in accordance to the public Officer Ethics Act 2003. This can now be done through the TSC Website under the teachersonline link at; https://tsconline.tsc.go.ke

  • v). Teacher Management Information System (TMIS)

Effective teacher management requires use of accurate and up to date data. In response to this the Commission has developed an online data collection and analysis system- Teacher Management Information System (TMIS). Data is collected at the source which includes the school, TSC county offices, and the headquarters and is uploaded on the system. TMIS ensures there is a centralized source of data hence eases access of data. Get the service by clicking https://tsconline.tsc.go.ke

Use of email to enhance communication.

The Commission’s email services continue to be a key channel of communication that teachers and other clients use to make enquiries. This provides clients with a channel that enables them to reach the Commission at a click of a button. Clients can reach the Commission wherever they are, without having to travel to any of the Commission’s offices.

Commission’s social media platforms

The Commission’s social media platform, Facebook page (TSC KENYA) and twitter handle (https://@TSC_KE) are interactive platforms where teachers and other clients interact easily with the Commission. The Commission uses the platforms to post and share events as they happen and also bring to the attention of our clients’ urgent information meant for their attention. You are all encouraged to use the platforms to reach the Commission on any issue that you may have.

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Bulk SMS

The bulk SMS platform has enabled the Commission deliver time- sensitive notifications, and other important information directly to the mobile phones of teachers and Secretariat Staff. TSC is now able to send out invitations to teachers for interviews, discipline hearings and cordial messages such as Christmas, Idd Ul Fitr, Easter, New Year’s. It has also been integrated with other systems to give instant feedback such a successful completion of a job application, registration amongst others. The Bulk SMS presents a more cost effective way of communicating to employees as opposed telephone calls or sending letters.

Human Resource Management Information System (HRMIS)

This was developed to enable the Commission manage its human resource. Secretariat Staff now apply for leave, undertake performance appraisal and access medical scheme administration services such as updating their profiles, adding beneficiaries and give feedback about services in hospitals. They also can initiate card replacement and check referral hospitals in the various towns and regions. The use of technology-based service channels, have improved service delivery greatly by reducing the human interface and providing timely response, accessibility and efficiency. Teachers no longer need to leave their stations to access services. They are able to access them even through their personal phones. I wish to assure you the Commission is committed to automating its services to provide real time services to the teachers and the public.

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20 thoughts on “TSC Online Services- The TSC Website, online services and how to easily access them”

  1. You are not being fare cos how can I be ok if those whom we graduated together, got the same grades, did the same knec be absorbed some years back yet others are left behind? Pliz intervene kuresoi north

  2. Swaleh mbui nguta

    I have applied for a TSC number four weeks ago,and i haven’t received a it up to now,And it was said the period is one to two weeks

  3. Kindly assist me, my headteacher has refused to recomend my online transfer….ihave tried several times but he is not interested…am stranded..and really need the transfer….

  4. Ronald Njumwa Mwasaru

    I have been trying to upload my certificates to update my profile for one week now but haven’t succeeded whenever i reach section B,it tells me me Error(#8) internal server error occurred.
    Kindly assist. tsc no 460650.

  5. During recruitment of teachers it written basic salary is 21000 but unfortunately it was around 18000 what is the problem kindly assist

  6. Hiya, I’m really glad I have found this info. Today bloggers publish only about gossips and net and this is actually annoying. A good web site with exciting content, that’s what I need. Thanks for keeping this site, I’ll be visiting it. Do you do newsletters? Can not find it.

  7. The online application for the 1000 vacancies for primary school teachers with degreees is not available.Kindly upgrade the system

  8. Am a business lady and i produced CBC Books for special children in Murang’a county since last term till now they have not paid me reason why that is the money for special kids have not been released by the government. Can you explain this because i don’t understand while others schools without special needs received their money along time ago.

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