KNEC Gives All Teachers 7 Days Ultimatum to Do the Following
The Kenya National Examination Council ( KNEC ), the body charged with conducting academic, technical and other national examinations within Kenya at basic and tertiary level has dropped a major announcement those in the teaching profession. Through a statement posted on its verified social media platforms and website, the Kenya National Examination Council announced that those in the teaching profession and those currently still studying have until 20th Jan 2023 to register for their respective teacher education examinations.
Bad News For P1 Teachers Who Got Refer in their Exams, As Gov't Makes New Announcement
In the country, several students from different parts of the country joined the teacher training college. Some of them joined the Machakos Teachers Training College, as did many others. Further, some of them failed some papers, especially in physical education and music. According to the source, new details about what will happen to all candidates who fail to register for PTE before the deadline have just emerged.
Big Blow To Moi Primary As Knec Upholds Their KCPE Results.
Moi Primary school in Bungoma town has received a major blow in their recent results appeal as the Kenya National Examinations Council has held a firm stand over the credibility of the KCPE results that were released on 21 of December 2022. Reply from Knec confirming accuracy of Moi Primary School results, source files.
Teachers who are going to upgrade their studies need to be aware of this registration dateline
Kenya National Examination Council has released the dateline when registration of all teachers who want to upgrade their studies in diploma should end. Registration for upgrading diploma in primary education and upgrade diploma in Early Childhood Teacher Education colleges are going to communicate on dateline. However registration for certificate in primary Teacher Education (PTE) for candidates referred in previous years, Teacher Certificate for Adult Education, Diploma in Teacher Education (DTE), Diploma in Special Education and Certificate in Early Childhood Development Education (ECDE) are all ongoing.
KNEC Female Examiner Allegedly Sent Home After Being Captured By A CCTV Stealing Inner Wears (Video)
The examiners responsible for the KNEC classification for the past four periods have faced a number of challenges since the first day they began grading. An Alliance Girls High School woman who created four KNEC tagging stations was caught on CCTV stealing panties from a colleague's clothesline. SOURCE: CCTV VIDEO.
Reprieve For Knec Examiners Who Downed Their Tools As Official Reveals Their Next Course of Action
KNEC examiners who downed their tools early this week will have a huge sigh of relief after it emerged that they will still keep their jobs despite their actions. The KNEC examiners downed their tools in protest lamenting over poor pay and aldo harsh working conditions. A KNEC official jas however revealed that the examiners won't be sacked despite their actions.
JUST IN; Deadline Announced for Teachers to Do The Following by KNEC
Photo Courtesy; CS Education Ezekiel Machogu in a past event. Deadline has been announced for registration of candidates for 2023 teacher education examinations has been announced by the Kenya National Examination Council, KNEC. KNEC has announced that the registration is ongoing and the deadline has been put to be on Friday, 20th 2023.
"We Will Not Fire Striking CRE Examiners..." KNEC Official Finally Clears the Air
A file photo of KCSE examiners at a marking centre. Kenya National Examinations Council (Knec) has cleared the air on whether the examiners who went home from an exam centre will be fired. A top official with the council has disclosed that the examiners will not be fired and that they had been employed on contract which comes to an end when one of the parties decides to end it.
The Reporting Date For The Junior Secondary School As Confirmed By The Ministry of Education
The ministry of education led by the education cabinet Secretary Ezekiel Muchogu has announced the specific date that the junior secondary schools (JSS) will report. The learners will be expected to join their respective JSS on 30th January as announced by the ministry of education. They are expected to report back to their primary school for further arrangements by teachers.
KNEC Message Regarding Marking of KCSE and Releasing Results
Numerous schools recently hosted large numbers of students who were taking their national exams. The majority of them have been watching for CS Ezekiel Machogu to release KCSE exams, just as he did with KCPE exams. The majority of parents also anticipate that their sons and daughters will do well academically and will have the chance to enroll in the best universities in the nation to pursue their chosen fields of study.
Good News to KCSE Examiners As KUPPET Takes Action Following Examiners' Strike, Want KNEC to Go This
The Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) is now being marked, and it is anticipated to be finished by the weekend. In order for KNEC to be able to release the results on time, many examiners are working around the clock to make sure they beat the deadline.
Knec Warned of Escalating Costs In Stalled 33 Year Old Construction
The auditor general has put the Kenya National Examinations Body on alert over their stalled project's. A multi-billion shilling office complex is the subject of scrutiny and this is now attracting audit queries. Works on the block started 33 years ago but then the building is yet to be completed.
"Marking Schemes Were Unjustly Strict" Causes Of Yesterday's Chaos At Mang'u Revealed
One of the striking Kenya National Education Council (KNEC) examiners explained how rigorous regulations and chief examiners' actions drove them to take a stand against the management of the organization just one day after the KCSE marking process was suspended at St. Francis Girls School-Mang'u.
The Latest Report Reveals "Hidden Reason" Why KNEC Examiners were Striking Alongside Poor Payments.
The latest report from a reputable source indicates that teachers who were marking 2022 Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) were force to vacate marking centre after complaining about the tough conditions they were going through. In Kenya, the Kenya national examination council (KNEC) is the examination body which is charged with the mandate of managing exams for primary, secondary schools and colleges in the country.
Grade Six Results To Be Released From Today
The Kenya National Examination Council (KNEC) Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Dr. David Njengere has announced that the Kenya Primary School Education Assessment will be ready by 16th January. The CEO said the results of how pupils performed will be released to each school. It is said that all the results will be posted on the respective school website which will be accessed by the primary school principal and then passed to the pupils on how they perform.
KUPPET's New Move Following Examiners Strike at Mangu Marking Center Ask GOVT to Harmonize Payment
KUPPET officials want KNEC to harmonize the rate of marking KCSE exams. This follows storming out of examiners marking CRE papers at St. Francis Girls’ Mang’u marking center.KUPPET wants the marking rate fixed at Ksh.100 across all subjects. The teachers’ union officials said it is discriminatory to pay CRE examiners Ksh.55 while other subjects are paid between Ksh.60 to Ksh.70.
JUST IN: KNEC Finally Breaks Silence After What Happened' During Marking of CRE Paper 1 Yesterday
KNEC chairperson Julius Nyabundi has, left Kenyans talking on social media platforms. This is after he issued a statement after what happened yesterday during the marking of CRE paper one. According to the source, Nyabundi was saying that the exam marking is going on smoothly despite of whatever happened yesterday where by, he said that:
VIDEO: Female KNEC Examiner Allegedly Captured By CCTV Stealing Inner Wears
The examiners who are tasked to mark form fours' KNEC Examinations have encountered several challenges since day one when they began the marking exercise. A woman based in Alliance Girls High School, form four KNEC marking Station, has been nabbed by the CCTV Stealing panties on the hanging line belonging to her colleague.
Don't Miss Out: 2023 Teacher Exam Registration Dates Announced
The Kenya National Examinations Council (KNEC) has announced that registration for the 2023 teacher education examinations has begun and will end on Friday, January 20th. In a statement released on Friday, January 13th, KNEC provided a list of the examinations that interested teachers can register for in the academic year 2023.
Form one selection. How to check.
Some minutes ago, the CS education released the form one selection results that have been awaited for long by parents and last year's candidates. He ha said that to check where your kids have been placed, citizens should sent the candidate's index number to 22263 and will be charged 25 shillings per sms or visit Ministry of Education website.