Photo(Courtesy) Students who perform well in KCSE examinations usually proceeds to higher institutions to pursue various courses. However the career choice is usually determined by one's qualifications and compatibility.However among the programmes of the course study include degree, diploma and certificates.However there is major distinction between degree and diploma.The following are some of the differences;
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Schools all over the country have been closed for over 6 Months now due to the Corona Virus Pandemic that hit the Country. The Ministry of Education under Professor George Magoha is in rush to ensure phase reopening of institutions. The Technical And Vocational Training Department has gone an extra mile and released a detailed circular concerning the dates for phase reopening and a Newly revised school Calendar that will guide them. As per what the Memo Says, the Kenya National Examinations Council Services
KASNEB is one of most entrusted examination body which helps in production of qualified personels in sector of accounting and Business courses. Many employers nowadays look for any qualified people with added advantage of KASNEB courses. This has rised the demand for professional course such as CIFA and CPA.
KASNEB has officially launched a new syllabus and at the same time introducing new courses, a move geared to meet the emerging Market demand. During the launch, KASNEB Examination Director, said that the examination body is moving beyond the examinations and adopt a competency based curriculum which will include practical skills such as workshops and projects.
The Kisumu National Polytechnic comrades will tomorrow Monday 12th July 2021 resume back from the short holiday they were subjected to by the administration in a bid to curb the spread of the current global pandemic COVID-19 after intense campaigns were witnessed in the institution during the electioneering process of the student leaders.
TVETInstitutions Phased Re-opening Dates Plus Calendar Released. Nairobi Kenya, October 1st 2020. The Technical And Vocational Training department has already released the Phased re-opening dates for all their Institutions and the phased re-opening date's plus the the revised school calendar fir their use. According to the memo, the Knec services that were supposed to be done back in March will now be done this October as from date 8th with the rehearsals taking place. Date 5 will be the official re-opening
Graduates and youths in Kenya are faced with hard conditions of unemployment, despite the knowledge and certificates they own. Creativity and innovation is key for survival in this competitive nation. But did you know that you can easily earn good money when you start up the following businesses next to a University or college?
It is normal for school certificates to get lost. Just like any other document they are delicate and could easily be misplaced. For people who loose them the process to acquire new has been made more complex. Close to impossible to acquire duplicates. Hence raising the question on what one should do in case they are lost.
The Kenya Accountants and Secretaries National Examinations Board (KASNEB), is the body tasked with the preparation of syllabuses for professional, diploma and certificate examinations in accountancy, company secretarial practice and related disciplines and the arrangement and conducting examinations and issuance of certificates to such candidates. KASNEB has got three examination session,
Kasneb is a professional exam body. It is the body which offers diverse skills like accounting, auditing, financial analysts etc. Exams offered by Kasneb are known to very rigorous and demanding. Due to this, Kasneb has always ensured that all the students graduating from its courses are well-groomed for the job. Kasneb has always been ensuring that the syllabus is up to date with the current world. It normally revises its syllabus frequently to identify what is supposed to be added and what is to be subtracted.
Kenya Accountants and Secretaries National Examinations Board (Kasneb) will soon change its examination rules this year due to Covid -19 Pandemic. Kasneb is proposing a huge move in update on how it composes and oversees assessments for the most part. For an impressive time span, it has been offering examinations twice consistently, in May and November. Regardless, it is switching gears. The new course of action is to offer tests multiple times every year and at long last on different occasions. This change
All kasneb stakeholders are reminded that the kasneb certificate, diploma and professional examinations scheduled to be administered from Monday, 26 April 2021 to Friday, 30 April 2021 are still on.
Pursuant to the presidential directive issued on 28th September 2020 and further directive by ministry of education that all university, TTC and TVET Institutions reopening on October 5th TVETSA confirms: 1. That the March series exam is scheduled to begin on 12th and your respective Institution should update you on the reporting dates for all March KNEC series. 2. That the July KNEC series has been pushed to January next year and all students (all years) are expected to have reported to the institution by 26th
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
Many students who undertake KASNEB courses were left angered and frustrate by the KASNEB Board. This came after exam were released yesterday in the evening. Students were required to send a SMS code to 20558 in order to check their results. Many were frustrated after several attempts to send in their message without any response. Other student complained on how they spent a huge amount of credit money more than 100/= without any response from server. Kasneb which offers Accounting courses such Certified Public
With no doubt Kasneb exams are the most challenging professional exams in Kenya and even CPA exams done international are not that simple. For one to complete a CPA or CIFA course you need to be patient,hardworking, consistent and not be easily derailed by a fail. Passing these exams requires rigorous studies and research. Here are some easy tips to pass your Kasneb Exams. Start studying for your exams early. Kasneb exams are done twice a year, May and November so as to give candidates enough time to prepare
Immediately after finishing my high school , I tried to figure out what to do. I was caught in dilemma since I had many options. After finishing high school, most students are normally tired to continue reading and often prefer a break as they engage in income generating activities. Others normally decide to go and undertake computer packages and driving lessons to pass time since the holiday is normally too long. I decided not to do either of the above and instead i tried something different. As my peers were
Kasneb exams which were previously to be done in may were pushed to July and later to September due to the Covid 19 pandemic.Magoha has constantly insisted that no institution will reopening till Janaury 2021.The education minister feels that millenials are the super spreaders of the virus and they are likely to infect their parents and even the older generation who are at risk and highly vulnerable. This week,Kasneb CEO held a meeting with stakeholders where he issued out the plan for students doing the September
Schools were supposed to reopen next year. But along the way plans have changed. These is due to Covid-19 curve flattening. The education Cs Proffesor Grorge Magoha has allowed teachers to resume back to school to pave way for re-opeaning of schools. Students of higher learning are supposed to reopen on 5th October. These is only for the final year students. Now the March examination candidates are supposed to do there exams October and July exams are to be done on December. Students are now required to adhere