Online Payslip for PNG Teachers NEW - Register

A new web-based app called the MyPaySlip Application will make it easier for Papua New Guinea teachers to access their payslips online. It (the online payslip) was launched recently (27th June 2019) by the new Education Minister in Port Moresby.


Online payslip log in


Access the app

The online payslip app is available via this link. Or click on the image above to the Tisa Payslip home page. The URL link is http://mypayslip.education.gov.pg.

Register

Only the teachers who register with their credentials will access their online payslips. That means that two things need to happen before teachers can access the payslips.

First, the teachers must register. The education department - TSC - needs to clearly articulate the 'how to register' guidelines to teachers so that they can register.

Meanwhile, there are indications that provincial inspectors, with the help of the Education Department IT branch and app developers, will facilitate Tisa Online Payslip registration.

Second, teacher who register will be provided with login credentials. This is done as a security measure. In fact, this is a better way to safeguard your login details. And, also make sure no one other than you see your payslip online.

Registration Details

As mentioned earlier, school inspectors (elementary, primary and secondary school inspectors) will be the point of contact for registration. 

So, teachers will have to provide the inspectors with their Teaching Service Commission (TSC) biodata. This includes your personal details such as:

  • First and last names
  • File number
  • Mobile number
  • Gmail/email address, and
  • Recent passport size photo.

In anticipation for the roll out of the Tisa Online payslip system, TSC would have communicated with the school inspectors regarding the manual registration process. For more information, contact your local inspectors or TSC direct.

Other info - Teachers Online Payslip

The teachers can access their payslip online using smartphones, laptop or personal computers, or mobile devices with connection to the internet.

In the past, the Finance Department facilitated the wss online payslip for PNG public servants through this link wss.finanance.gov.pg. Though it was very useful, the finance department could not maintain it. All public servants registered on the wss network lost the ability to access their payslips online. 

This *new* online payslip for PNG teachers will, certainly, give the teachers the ability to check their payslips online. Furthermore, the online application is likely to address other pay management problems, such as ghost teachers/public servants, that may have existed at present.

It will also ensure the one-position-one-pay concept is achieved through the online payslip - a better approach to monitoring the teachers' pay.

During the launching of the online payslip Education Secretary, Dr. Kombra, has called on teachers across the country to use the term three holiday to register for the online payslip.


Clarity on 'how to register'


The challenge now is for the education department (and TSC) to roll out the registration across the country, efficiently and effectively. So that all teachers are registered with the Tisa Payslip Online. 

Finally, clarity about 'how to register' (how to get your login credential', what to attach and who to see...) for the Tisa Payslip application will become available here when we get more info. 

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6 comments:

Unknown said...

Still waiting for my payslip online password.what happened?
Any help please..I did registered but no password have been sent to my email. .

P.N.G. Insight said...

If you are applying from outside of NCD, see your inspector - your point of contact.

Unknown said...

I've registered for the online payslip access with my senior school inspector and I was instructed that I will receive my password through my email shortly. However, this has never happened. It's taking almost two months now and I'm still in the cloud floating to receive my password. Could TSC or whoever responsible give me a solution to such a prolonged delay?

P.N.G. Insight said...

The Salary at Fincorp house Port Moresby will act if the inspector has submitted your application. It seems your inspector may not have submitted your application. Try and re-launce it.

Unknown said...

Need to see my current payslip

Unknown said...

I have registered with online application to access my payslip, through school inspector almost 3 months ago the reply was my password would be sent to my registered email, however,I have not received it yet,what happened, please help me out.