CS George Magoha, has left Kenyans talking on different social media platforms. This is after he finally confirmed that KCPE and KCSE exams are not going to be postponed as people says out there. According to Magoha, exams are going to be conducted as it was planned early despite of election holiday.
As a results of delays in 9th August general elections, Education is one of the government ministries which were affected most with an extension of almost two weeks to give room for tallying process of votes. As schools were set to open on 18th August, Education cabinet secretary Prof. George Magoha responds to parents claim on extension of KCPE and KCSE Examination dates.
Kenyans have been discussing CS George Magoha all over their favorite social media sites. The KCPE and KCSE exams would not be delayed, contrary to rumors, he said. Magoha claims that, despite the election vacation, exams will go forward as scheduled. Magoha's statement that the government will not delay exams has recently gone viral on various social media sites, where it has been met with a variety of opinions.
Photo courtesy of Kenya's Head of State H.E. Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta. The kenyan government has finally added its weight on demands to postpone the highly coveted Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education and Kenya Certificate of Primary Education national examinations. Addressing kenyans through the Ministry of Education Cabinet Secretary Prof George Magoha, the kenyan government denounced the demands to postpone the national examinations and extending term dates owing to the disruption brought about by the August 9th general elections.
Scoring a (D+) (D) or (D-)is not the end of life. There are many courses you can pursue with this grade and become so successful. However, most of these programs will prepare you to become self-employed. Success is all about attitude, hard work, working smart and interacting with the right people.
The two most important documents for admission in any university that KCSE 2021 students should have
Days are becoming countable to the students who are yet to join universities. The much zeal and anxiety is coming to an end as most campuses will be resuming their new 2022/2023 academic year. The first session will commence in September where admission for first year students will be done.
Despite most 2021 KCSE students having received their KCSE results and having qualified to secure slots in their next level of education, that is, university some were not satisfied with their placements. Worry no more as KUCCPS have announced that the inter-transfer will be beginning as from 25th JULY.
Ministry Promise to Support 2021/2022 KCSE Students who Scored between Grades C(plain) and D+ (plus)
Ministry Promise to Support 2021/2022 KCSE Students who Scored between Grades C(plain) and D+ (plus) Under these Courses; With a total number of candidates who took the national exam, it is only 145,145 candidates who took the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) 2022 exam received recognition marks based on the results announced by the Secretary of the Ministry of Education, George Magoha.
In Kenya, a good number of students fail to join their dream universities of choice due to lack of fees to accommodate them in the campuses. These students should put into consideration applying for the HELB loan which can play a significance role in ensuring they study in the universities.
For most universities, the 2022/2023 academic year will commence early September and this will be accompanied with admission of new first year students. In preparation to join, both parents and students should have to know why it's often good to clear the university tuition fees earlier enough before the admission day.
Any soul you will waste you will pay dearly. Reactions As Magoha announces New School Opening dates. Today in the morning Magoha has changed the re-opening of school that was supposed to be tomorrow to next week on Monday to allow to counting of votes without any interference.
Education has been taken with alot of seriousness in the country from the parents, learner themselves and the government became they belief education is a gateway to a good life in the future. All learning activities in primary and secodary schools are regulated and directed by the ministry of education that is headed by cabinet secretary George Magoha.
Schools are bound to reopen as from next week after the election activities have ended. However, the schools reopening will be dependent upon the peacefulness of the country. Ever since the Covid 19 pandemic struck, the learners have been disrupted and the education calendar has faced a lot of changes.
Kenya universities and colleges placement service had announced dates for opening of inter university transfer for 2021 KCSE candidates. According to a statement released by agency students will have a chance of carrying out inter institution transfer a process which started on Monday of this week abd will run up to 24 August 2022.
Since parents, students, and the government all believe that education is the key to a successful life in the future, education has been treated seriously in the country. The ministry of education, which is run by cabinet secretary George Magoha, oversees and regulates all educational activities in elementary and secondary schools.
Preparations are on going and the 2021 KCSE candidates will join universities in September this year. This is a new stage in life but the students should not let anxiety and naiveness shape their lives in and after campus. University is a good place,and most students work tirelessly in high school just to get the cut off points.
KCSE 2022 Final Timetable. Photo: Kenya Education Documents. This report contains the refreshed and last KCSE 2022 Timetable along with headings for competitors who will take their tests in November or December 2022. The candidates will take their most memorable theory paper on FRIDAY, 02/12/2022, as indicated by the timetable.
The Kenya National Examinations Council is the national body responsible for overseeing national examinations in Kenya. The body is currently chaired by Professor John Onsati. It is also responsible for the issuance of the certificates for the candidates after successfully attending to their final examinations. On the same note, the KNEC has through their official Twitter handle page informed all the candifmates that sat for the final exams in the year 2020 of the delivered certificates.
In a notification distributed Wednesday, July 27, HELB, noticed that it was focusing on understudies who are set to join the colleges and Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) before very long. Further, HELB declared that it had opened the entry on its site to empower understudies to make their applications.
In a notice published Wednesday, July 27, HELB, noted that it was targeting students who are set to join the universities and Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) in the coming weeks. Further, HELB announced that it had opened the portal on its website to enable students to make their applications.