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Latest Announcement From KNEC On Examination Centres Shutdown

The Kenya National Examination Council (KNEC) has announced the shutdown of 162 examination centres that have less than 40 students.

KNEC has stated that all the centres that wished to host the KCPE and KCSE examinations are required to have not less than 40 students.

(A picture of David Nje'gre)

The Chief Executive officer of KNEC David Nje'gre said that rise in KCSE candidates is a proof that there are many students who are completing their high school education.

David revealed that it will cost more to administer the exams but he said that is not a reason to complain since more children will be able to complete their Secondary education.

There are 831,026 secondary students registered for their KCSE examinations.

A total of 407,606 female students and 423,420 male students while the number of KCPE students registered is 1,225,693.

The students are expected to start their exams on Monday, February 28 in 2022.

(Students sitting for exams at a secondary school in Nyeri County)

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