Education Cabinet Secretary Prof. George Magoha has introduced that the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) outcomes may be launched on May 10th, 2021.
Speaking on Wednesday over the past day of the exam.This assertion comes some days after he launched the Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) outcomes.
In a press briefing, Magoha said that marking might start without delay after the closing examination on Wednesday, April 21.
“We shall begin transporting the checks every time subsequent week due to the fact this manner goes to head on,” he said.
He brought that the Ministry became getting ready to problem Covid-19 vaccinations to all instructors who could be concerned withinside the marking exercise, particularly people who are fifty eight years and above.
In addition, Magoha reiterated that scholars who have been worried in exam malpractices might be forgiven, including that they might nevertheless get their outcomes.
“Those who used cell gadgets might additionally acquire the outcomes however have a number of the marks deducted,” brought Magoha.
He cited that President Uhuru Kenyatta had told that government ought to be lenient to the applicants because of the effect of the Covid-19 pandemic that disrupted the college calendar.
The CS, however, referred to that invigilators and protection officials who facilitated the malpractices might be punished.
“If the paper become open in Kakamega High School and despatched 1/2 of an hour earlier than the time, we can search for the policeman and he’s going to inform us wherein he turned into. We shall additionally search for the centre supervisor who may also inform us wherein he turned into,” he said.
Magoha’s comments got here only a day after he launched the Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) outcomes.
He stated that the general overall performance in 2020 progressed as compared to that of 2019.
1,179,182 million applicants sat the KCPE examination among March 22 and March 24, 2021. 590,450 of the applicants had been boys representing (50.07%) even as 588,742 have been women representing (49.93%).