Kenya University And College Central Placement Service (KUCCPS) has issued good news to candidates who perform poorly in the Mathematics in KCSE.For candidates seeking to pursue a degree or a diploma course in teaching, mathematics subject will no longer be a mandatory requirement for admission. Candidates who qualify and are willing to pursue a course in teaching will not be locked out because they have failed mathematics.
The Kenya University and College Central Placement Service (KUCCPS) has given a guide on how 2020 KCSE candidates who might have been dissatisfied with placement can make transfer to institutions that they are satified with. The Inter Institutions Transfer (ITT) window was opened on 1st September 2021 and will be closing on 31st September 2021.
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 Kenya University and College Central Placement Service online application system was opened officially by cabinet secretary for education Prof George Magoha, according to Magoha while addressing the press on KUCCPS, universities, colleges and TVETs placement and selection dates for 2020 KCSE candidates, said students can now start revision of courses through KUCCPS student portal after he officially launched the process .
The first university revision deadline came to a close a few weeks ago. However, according to the Kenya University and College Central Placement Service not all students selected courses. This might be due to limited time and financial requirements. The portal was open for about 10 days to allow students apply for various courses in different higher learning institutions.
The Kenya University and College Central Placement Service is responsible for placing of students to universities or colleges, but sometimes students can be placed in institutions that they expected least or one can prefer to do inter faculty due to a course which is not offered in the university they have been placed.