What you should know: TTC’s placement under KUCCPs is not yet hence delaying funding, Kisii University students protest over fees hike by Sh10,000, want VC Prof John Akama to come clear. 1. Teacher trainees to wait longer for KUCCPS placement to TTCs Placement of trainee teachers under the control of Kenya Universities and Colleges Central Placement Service (KUCCPS) is yet to come true as rollout plans and discussions between stakeholders are underway.
Welcome to read this article to get latest more updates as you keep moving forward with us. The government has released Sh17.8 billion to cater for second term fees for continuing students and also settle pending bills for Form Ones. Basic Education PS Jwan Julius said the money will hit schools' accounts tomorrow.
Training Permanent Secretary, Julius Jwan, asked school heads to pay attention to understudies, diagram their interests and discover enduring answers for every complaint raised. Jwan needs his order executed quickly when schools continue for the subsequent term beginning Tuesday, October 12 to December 23. The PS trusts that the Ministry in a joint effort with guardians and school heads would support lessening the indiscipline cases through a vote based methodology, as opposed to compromising understudies with disciplines and removals.
The Ministry of Education under the Cabinet Secretary George Magoha, has given new directions to headteachers on how to engage with students on personal level to curb the rising cases of indiscipline in schools. The Ministry urged the the school heads to listen to students, outline there concerns, and find lasting solutions for each grievance raised.
School heads now have a reason to smile after the Ministry of Education released funds for the second term, yet to commence early next week. The Sh17.8 billion, according to Basic Education PS Jwan Julius, is expected to reflect on school accounts as of the 8th of October.
Today all teachers and students were expected to resume learning after a one week holiday. Many students have reported back in schools and their teachers. Furthermore, the ministry of education is expecting all teachers to deal with indisciple case in the country. According to the source, the ministry of education have revealed that all teachers should solve any challenge that the students may facing through proper channels.
Education PS Julius Jwan Says New Teacher Recruits To Be Placed Into Teacher Training Collages By KUCCPS. https://www.facebook.com/CitizenTVKe/photos/a.10157321063100405/10166064558280405/?type=3&app=fbl Thursday, 7th October 2021, Nairobi Kenya. The Education Principal Secretary (PS) Julius Jwan has given out a very important message to those who will want to he teachers in the near future as the process of their recruitment into the Teachers Training Collages (TTC's) will be changed.
The Ministry of Education, led by the Cabinet Secretary George Magoha, has directed headteachers to engage with students on a personal level to curb the rising cases of indiscipline in schools. Julius Jwan, the Education Permanent Secretary, urged school heads to listen to students, outline their concerns and find lasting solutions for each grievance raised.
A one year diploma program to prepare primary school and early childhood education teachers has been put in place by the government. This is aimed at preparing them fully on the new CBC curriculum that was rolled out in January 2020. Majority of the trainees are the P1 certificate holders.
The Education Ministry has given school heads new directives of engaging with students personally in order to curb the rising cases of indiscipline among students in schools. Education Permanent Secretary, Julius Jwan, encouraged school heads to pay attention to students, layout their interests and discover enduring answers for every complaint raised.
The government through the ministry of education in partnership with the teachers service commission has announced changed to the recruitment process for applicants seeking to join the teachers training colleges. In a new directive that was issued by the principal secritary for early learning and basic education Julius Jwan,all applications will be conducted by the Kenya universities and colleges central placement service.
laws governing transparency and accountability, accounting and reporting, safeguards and information disclosures and school facilities and equipment management. Auditing of school books of accounts and handing over and taking over in public primary schools are also part of the areas the managers are being taken trough. Schools receive government capitation per learner, per term.
The government has set aside Sh17.8 billion to cover continuing students' second-term fees as well as Form One pupils' unpaid bills. The money will be deposited into schools' accounts tomorrow, according to PS Jwan Julius of Basic Education. "We've made sure the money gets to the schools in time for the start of the school year next week," Jwan stated.
Interior PS Karanja Kibicho has stated that a group of Mt Kenya leaders are planning to disrupt the Mashujaa Day celebrations in Kirinyaga County. While speaking on Friday, October 8, in Kirinyaga, he noted that they had received evidence that some political leaders in the region were recruiting goons to foment disruption at President Uhuru Kenyatta's national celebrations.
The Kenya Universities And Colleges Central Placement Services has over very many years been the body responsible for the identification of courses and placing the candidates who have managed to sit and pass for the final examination KCSE into different universities and colleges. Following the new directives from the Principal Secretary for early learning and Basic Education while addressing the members of the Kenya Teachers’ Colleges Principals Association (KTCPA) during a workshop on Education reforms at Dairy Training Institute in Naivasha, Dr. Julius Jwan said that Recruitment of applicants into Teacher Training Colleges (TTCs) will be conducted through Kenya Universities and Colleges Central Placement Service (KUCCPS).
The issue of Cabinet reshuffling has been trending for some time. We have been hearing allegations that president Uhuru Kenyatta is targeting to sack some of Deputy President William Ruto's Allies in the next cabinet reshuffling. The waited day has finally arrived, today, President Uhuru Kenyatta has made some changes in his cabinet by reassigning his Cabinet Secretaries and Permanent secretaries.
On Wednesday, 29th of September 2021, the Commander of Chief, His Excellency President Uhuru Kenyatta has reshuffled the cabinet. The affected cabinet ministries are those for Defence, Devolution, and Energy. According to the reports, Mr. Charles Keter has been moved from Ministry of Energy to Devolution, CS Monica from Defence to Energy, and Hon.
One major functions of the President of Kenya is appointing cabinet secretaries with the approval of the National Assembly. It is also his duty to shift cabinet secretaries and their permanent secretaries from one ministry to another. Today, Wednesday 29th September president Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta has made reshuffles in his cabinet.
Kenya has withdrawn from the International Court of Justice (ICJ) over the raging maritime boder row with the neighbouring country of Somalia. (PS Macharia Kamau addressing the press on boder dispute with Somalia) In a statement on Friday, October 8, Foreign Affairs Principal Secretary, Macharia Kamau announced that Kenya will not recognize next week's judgement in the ongoing maritime case with Somalia.
All learners in primary and secondary schools are currently in the first term mid term for the year 2021. The short holiday is likely to end as from 30th August, 2021. Learners are expected to go back to Schools for their final first term race. The government of Kenya offers free education to all.