While some of the traditions were invented by the school administrators, others were started by students themselves. Additionally, students often brag about them because of the pride and history they bear. Here is a list of some of the traditions that happen in some of the most prestigious schools in the country.
There are always some unique customs that students are compelled to participate in during their four-year tenure in those institutions, from the top national schools in the country to district schools. Some of the traditions were created by school administrators, while others were initiated by students. Furthermore, due of the pride and history they have, students frequently brag about them.
Sometimes back a story of two girls Melon and Sharon surfaced online.They went viral after being separated for over 15 years and later meeting on Facebook.The two girls sat their KCSE exams this year since a close man to them who goes by the name Isaiah Ngioah had posted to Facebook that he had visited them and had great time with them.
The Kenya Medical Training College (KMTC) is a government institution that offers medical courses, it is known for producing well educated and equipped medical personnel. KMTC offers courses ranging from diploma,higher diploma, certificate and short courses. In this article i will give a list of all certificate courses offered in KMTC with their duration.
The Kenya Medical Training College(KMTC) is a state corporation under the Ministry of Health entrusted with the role of training of the various health disciplines in the health sector, to serve the local, regional and international markets, it is also entrusted to produce well equipped medical officers.
Huge Blow to 30,000 KSCE Candidates Joining Universities and Colleges as HELB Issues Unpleasant News
The university students have been facing major challenges since last year when the pandemic hit the country. Some of these challenges include the expensive online and remote studies which not every student could afford or even access. This is because many students come from rural areas where there is limit network accessibility and no network connection.
Top 2020 KSCE candidate, Janet Isaboke, is yet to further her studies after she got an admission letter to enrol for a degree course in Medicine and Surgery at University of Nairobi due to lack of school fees. She was listed among the top 2020 candidates who went against odds to post exemplary results in the National examination.
Back then in the year 2012 Job Nalianya was named the top KSCE Student in the country as he managed to emerge the best student among toping the list of the best students in Kenya. But now in less than ten years after he passed his form four exams with flying colours he is doing well leading a successful engineering career in the United States.
Good news to those who did their KSCE exams earlier this year and scored D+ and below. Today I'm gonna share with you some of the best course you can under take at the certificate level that are actually very marketable in the current Kenyan market. After completing your 2 year certificate level, you can then proceed to diploma for three years then go for a degree.
Kenya Medical Training College Offers various health sciences and medical courses at the higher diploma, diploma and certificate levels. This is therefore a good news to those who did their KSCE in the last one or two years and got a C, as they can now successful apply and enrol for a course here.
Opinion: Why Most 2020 KSCE Candidates Stand A Chance To Miss Out On Better Courses At The University
The form four group of 2020 had their KCSE exams results released on 10th May 2021. The results showed a big improvement as an increase in the number of quality grades. Students who got C+ and above rose up from 125, 746 in the previous year to 143,000 the year 2020.
After finishing secondary studies you are supposed to be enrolled in either a public, private or college.Since that public university can not accommodate all student some are supposed to be enrolled in college.The results for 2020 KSCE exam was released on monday this week with over 140,000 getting a direct entry into public and private universities.
Kenya certificate of primary education and Kenya certificate of secondary education examiners are furious over delayed payments. Teachers are now calling upon Kenya national examination council to make arrangements and pay them their dues.Kenya national examinations council official said that the state agency was in the process of preparing teachers payment,after the outcry among teachers as no specific time was given when they will receive their pay.
Due to the coronavirus outbreak in Kenya the government was forced to suspend some activities in the society so as to curb the spread of the virus with great hopes that one day the pandemic will end and things will be back to normal. Though they were greatly disappointed as coronavirus is still a story till today effecting and killing some people in the society which forced the government to adjust with the pandemic so as to enable them to do different activities despite the coronavirus pandemic availability.
Students have always believed that the only way to get a well-paying job is to work extra hard in school, as the saying goes, "Education is the key to success”. This created an atmosphere where students compete to attain high grades so as to proceed to the next level of education.
There is increasing tension among 2020 KSCE candidates as KUCCPS is expected to announce the placement results. These former high school students sat for their KCSE examinations from March 26,2021 and completed on April 21,2021. The KCSE results for the year 2021 were announced on May 10th by the Cabinet Secretary of Education, George Magoha.The performance was excellent.
Janet Isoboke a KSCE top performer in the year 2020 KSCE has applead for help from well-wishers to help her go through her dream course that is medicine. Janet scored an A plain in the 2020 KSCE appearing in the list of the top performers in Kisii and in kenya but despite all that she is currently going through some hardship and difficult.
Good news emerging from education sector as Ministry of Education Cabinet Secretary George Magoha makes a huge announcement regarding registration of candidates. This comes at a time when parents are financially burden to ensure their children sail smoothly to Secondary education. This coupled by the economic crisis bought by the Covid-19 pandemic has proven a huge toll for both parties involved in the Education sector particularly the parents.
Kenya University and Colleges Central Placement Service (KUCCPS) has placed the 2020 KCSE students who score grade C+ and above in the various Universities where they will be persuing the courses selected for them. These are the top five Universities that received most students. 1. Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology - The University is famously known as JKUAT.
In Kenya, for one to sit for both KCPE and KSCE examinations, he or she must register for the exams. The registration process is always done at the end of the last term and at the beginning of the first term. For those pupils and students preparing to sit for the 2021 national exams in March 2022, the registration process began on 2nd June, 2021 and was supposed to be closed on 31st July, 2021.