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KCSE Candidate Sits Exams At Cancer Center

KCSE Candidate Sits Exams At Cancer Center.
A Kenya Certificate of Secondary School Education (KCSE) candidate from Kakamega County is sitting for her exam at Jaramogi Oginga Odinga Teaching and Referral Hospital, where she is receiving cancer treatment.
Hussein Alanson Hussein, Kisumu Central Deputy County Commissioner (DCC), said the student, who was admitted to the facility’s cancer center last week, is being monitored by specialists as she sits for the exam.
He also stated that arrangements have been made with the facility’s Cancer specialists to ensure that the student sits for the exam uninterrupted.
“This is a unique case and the only one we have so far but we have put in place measures to ensure that all KNEC protocols are observed as she sits for the examination,” he said.
Speaking after overseeing the distribution of KCSE examination papers in the area, the DCC stated that adequate security personnel have been deployed at all examination centers across the sub-county to ensure smooth examination administration.
The exercise, he said, got off to a good start, with 2, 835 students sitting for exams in the area.
He added that a multi-agency team was on the ground to monitor the schools to ensure that all KNEC regulations were followed.

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The Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) for 2021 has officially begun throughout the country.
Although practical exams for technical and optional subjects began on Tuesday, written exams for compulsory subjects began this morning.
Prof George Magoha, the Education CS, oversaw the opening and distribution of examinations in Mombasa County this morning.
The CS also visited Shimo la Tewa High School.
The KCSE 2021 exam will be taken by approximately 831,026 candidates from across the country.
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Migori County Director of Education Jacob Onyiego warned security, supervisors, and invigilators not to bring mobile phones into exam rooms.
“All the personnel involved in the exam process should leave their mobile phones in the staffroom. No one will be allowed to enter with their phones in the exam room”, stated Onyiego.

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