Students Who C+ in 2022 KCSE have been dealt a huge blow following what the government has announced. According to reports, the government has announced that it will be funding number of students according to the money allocated and because there is overcrowding in public higher learning institutions, then some students will miss government's funding.
The government proposed that 30,088 out of 70,088 students who scored C+ will miss out on university funding.The students who will miss out on government sponsorship will have to pay Ksh. 48,000 per semester for their undergraduate degree courses as remarked President William Ruto's task force on Education.
Since most universities are going bankrupt, the government urged them to be innovative by coming up with ideas that will generate money to their institutions rather than depending on the government which has little to offer. The move is indeed a huge blow, as public universities will try to reduce number of students joining their institutions despite KUCCPS maintaining the entry grade.
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