All Schools in Kenya are always required by the Ministry of Education to provide complete data on the National Education Management Information System, NEMIS. The school principals and heads are the ones who are mandated by the Ministry of Education to update the data for the institution and learner modules.
The Ministry of Education then uses the data provided on the NEMIS platform to disburse free Education funds and textbooks for learners. NEMIS also helps the Ministry of Education to track performance mobility of learners and teaching staff to ensure efficiency and effective utilization of education resources.
The NEMIS is comprises of four key modules, which include the following,
a) Learners Module:
This area captures all important details from learners beginning from their registration; their performance and progression in the education system; and their transition from one level to another. Teachers should always ensure that they provide the correct data of learners on NMEIS as this will help them to transit from one level to another.
b) Staff Module:
This module captures every detail necessary from members of staff (teaching and non-teaching) beginning from their appointment and mobility within the education sector. The head of institution should ensure that they provide the correct number of his or her staff as ministry will be using these information.
c) Finance Module:
This module helps the Ministry of Education to track income and expenditure in all institutions.
d) Institutions Module:
This module captures registration and physical aspects of an institution.
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