One of Western Kenya's public universities is Masinde Muliro University of Science and Technology (MMUST). It's been making headlines, particularly since it was recently designated as a Technical and Vocational Education Training (TVET) institution. It will, however, continue to be a hot topic among people, especially now that a new type of scholarship has been developed.
The Higher Education Loans Board ( HELB) is concerned with financing students in higher institutions of learning. Initially, HELB was only financing students who qualified and joined universities but with the change in the system of administration of examinations in 2016, the board started financing even students who join colleges, polytechnics and tertiary institutions of learning.
Having received their Kenya Certificate Of Secondary Education (K.C.S.E ), most candidates have remained in dilemma as to which courses to persue. KUCCPS therefore came up with a formula for fair selection of candidates who wish to join tetiary training. The Kenya University and College Central Placement Service (KUCCPS) is an enrolment body whose mandate is to offer placement to government sponsored candidates to both public and private universities and colleges in Kenya.
The little girl by the name Celestine Munyao from Mwingi; Kitui County and who has been a student at Mount Kenya University,who wrote her Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (K. C. S. E) exams at Kimangao Girls in 2019 met her untimely death in a love triangle in a campus hostel.
News reaching our desks this instant is that three night watchmen that were guarding Kivaywa Boys High School have been killed. The nigh guards were killed last night and we're just discovered this morning lying lifeless. Picture courtesy. It is reported that police have already arrived at the high school and preliminary investigations have begun.
What you should know: State urged to plan with projected July Covid-19 peak, Magoha postpones Form one selection, says no cause for alarm and higher institutions of learning start selecting students. 1.Varsities, other colleges start picking of students Over 700,000 students who sat the 2020 Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) examinations will be placed in higher institutions of learning before the end of July.
The Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education of 2020 marking has been one of its own for being on the Limelight since it's marking commenced. KNEC Contracted Examiners reported to their various marking centers ready for the marking but as the process was nearing to the end, boycotting was experienced in various marking centers.
Police officers from Mombasa were today surprised by the action of a group of deadly Thugs who allegedly walked themselves into the police station after which they admitted and confessed of their wrong doings. Photo:Courtesy According to the reports given by these middle-aged men, they revealed that they decided to take this initiative after they realized that they were headed to the wrong direction especially after a couple of their colleagues were killed in the process of stealing from innocent Kenyans.
If you scored an E grade in Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education, there is no reason to worry, there are many courses that you can take and make it in life. Succeeding in life is all about planning and making use of ones knowledge to work and accumulate wealth.
The Education CS, Prof George Magogha, announced yesterday that all tertiary institutions have already began revision of course choices for placement to artisan and craft, diploma and degrees. The exercise is expected to be carried out and completed by end of July, 2021. Over 700,000 students who sat for the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education, KCSE, are expected to be placed in versified and other colleges across the country.
The principals and head teachers have been tasked with performing the assignment under their supervision. Learners should not repeat a lesson due to poor performance, as per the 100% policy. According to reports, several schools are now registering more form fours than they were previously due to the 100% policy.
Since the release of the 2020 KCPE results, parents and students have been so worried about the selection. The worry is no more now as the Ministry of Education through the Cabinet Secretary,Prof George Magoha make a major announcement. So parents are therefore back to their pockets and have to struggle much to cope up with the increased economic scenerio.
2020 Kenya Certificate Of Secondary Education (KCSE) candidates have now received good news as the ministry of education delivers this new message.This comes after the ministry of education released the Kenya Certificate Of Secondary Education (KCSE) Examinations Results whereby 143,140 students managed to score a C+ and above.
The Higher Education Loans Board (HELB) is responsible for providing financial aid to students enrolled in higher education institutions. HELB used to solely fund students who qualified for and enrolled in universities, but with a reform in the examination administration method in 2016, the board began to fund students who enrolled in colleges, polytechnics, and other higher institutions of learning.
A village in Samburu today woke up in celebration after sending the third person to the university. Initially the government of Kenya reduced the entry grade to C+ of 45 for individuals who will qualify to get a direct entry to the university. According to a village in Samburu, since the Kenya Certificate Of secondary Education started, the village have only taken 3 students to a direct entry to the university.
Five police recruits were on Saturday, May 29, nabbed at Embakasi police training college with fake academic documents. According to police statements, the recruits were undergoing basic constable course at the National Police Service College Embakasi 'B' Campus formerly, called General Service Unit Training School when detectives arrested them.
(photos courtesy) A family in Kwale is mourning after two twins drowned at the famous Gazi beach on Monday evening. According to sources, The twins were on Tuesday, June 1 retrieved from the Indian Ocean, with divers revealing the boys’ arms were locked in each other in what appeared like a tight embrace.
The career of the top candidate in the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) of 2012 seems set in an upward direction. Addressing Citizen TV's Waihiga Mwaura on Sunday, May 23, the candidate, Job Nalianya who went to St Peter's Seminary in Western Kenya, unveiled that he is presently working at Texas Instruments, an American technological organization.
Education CS Magoha Officially Opens Application For Universities Under Government Sponsorship. The education Cabinet secretary George Magoha had today officially opened the application for Universities and collages slots under the Kenya Universities and Colleges Central Placement Service (KUCCPS) which caters for Government sponsorships. This will be the first revision of courses and it will end on the 11th of June 2021 to pave way for the placement process to begin.
Bodies of the two twins who drowned in Indian Ocean at Gasi in Kwale county have been saved. The bodies are being moved to Kwale county hospital Morgue, awaiting autopsy. Going by the reports, the deceaseds' names are Solomon Gatundu and Kennedy Gatindu. They were looking forward at joining University of their own choice, come September.