Kenya Accountants and Secretaries National Examinations Board (Kasneb) will soon change its examination rules this year due to Covid -19 Pandemic.
Kasneb is proposing a huge move in update on how it composes and oversees assessments for the most part.
For an impressive time span, it has been offering examinations twice consistently, in May and November. Regardless, it is switching gears. The new course of action is to offer tests multiple times every year and at long last on different occasions.
This change will make its projects more versatile and enable understudies to secure their capacities inside a reasonably shorter a period.
At the same time, the affiliation is managing a course of action to offer online evaluations that would be open to students at whatever point during the year.
The program will begin with the declaration courses before progressing to professional courses.
For the online examinations, Kasneb is intending to work with telecommunication and technology companies which will host and bolster the organization of the tests.
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