KASNEB is one of known professional body that offers professional exams for instances Certified Public Accountant (CPA), Certified Investment Financial Analyst (CIFA) and more.
Students whom have passed or failed the KASNEB exams may well explain the humiliation the professional exams poses during the set 3 standard hours.
Thanks to KASNEB body for allowing students even to read on their own without necessary attending the college to get educated. It seems cost is saved.Over the years, we have witnessed professional bodies having more weight in contrast to related degree courses. For instance to be an accountant in Kenya one need to fully pursue CPA, a scholar who pursues degree and majors in accounting is seemed to be less accountant if he/she lacks CPAK qualification.
The article therefore inquires whether should KASNEB be allowed to set university businesses exam?
Viva for all students whom have pursued, pursue and wills to pursue KASNEB exams.
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