The Teacher Service Commission, TSC, has given teachers who failed to comply with its directive 2021 an opportunity to declare their wealth.
Teachers are required to log TSC online Wealth Declaration portal and state the number of assets they own, their liabilities, and their sources of income by Tuesday midnight, which is today.
Some teachers are however reporting problems in opening the link which will allow them to declare their wealth
In 2017, TSC Introduced an online Declaration Portal. This is the portal to be used for the declarations. Declarations can be made following the steps outlined in the DIALS Manual.
The Declaration Form can be accessed on the Teachers Online Portal https://tsconline.tsc.go.ke/site/index Please note that you may also access this portal through your computer, laptop, a smartphone too
All Heads of Institutions are required to monitor the progress of the Declarations in their respective institutions and report all cases of non-Compliance as reflected in line with Part B in the Wealth Declaration Instruction Manual
All teachers in employment at TSC are required to declare their Income, Assets & Liabilities. These include teachers on, Leave (Of whatever kind), Interdiction, Suspension, Sick leave, and absence from duty
Any teacher in TSC employment who fails to submit a Declaration or gives false or misleading information is liable to a fine of Kshs. 1,000,000 or imprisonment for a term not exceeding (1) one year or both upon conviction
It Is mandatory for all teachers to have a personal working email address for setting, accessing, and resetting individual passwords for the Declaration as applicable. A copy of the submitted Declaration will automatically be sent to the teacher’s email.
All sections of the Declaration must be filled. Incomplete Declaration Forms will be rejected by the system.