The Kenya National Examination Council, KNEC, is currently in the examination mood to ensure efficient management and distribution of examinations materials to all respective centres across the country.
Class Eight candidates will start their first paper on Monday 22nd March 2021 while Form 4s will commence theirs on Friday 26th March 2021.
The Council will also be responsible in enhancing exam credibility and its general security. In most cases examination cheating is a malady to be cured in certain exam centres. Recently, the education CS professor Magoha reported that they have profiled the major exam cheating hotspots and warned of serious consequences from the Council.
The CS had also dispeled rumours of examination leakage resulting from a plane which crashed yesterday that was rumoured to be carrying exam materials. The CS clarified that the plane was not carrying any exam materials. He insisted that the exams are in safe custody.
The Council Ag. CEO, Mercy Karogo, has today released an important data concerning the forthcoming examinations. The Council registered highest number of candidates in both primary and secondary schools with 1,191,725 KCSE candidates in 28,467 examination centres. The Council also registered 752,981 KCSE candidates in 10,437 examination centres.
All the centres will be served from 479 distribution centres across the country. The CEO has also wished the candidates the best in their examinations.
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