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MoE Bans Taking Photos Of KCPE Candidates In Classrooms During Exam Administration

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MoE Bans Taking Photos Of KCPE Candidates In Classrooms During Exam Administration

MoE Bans Taking Photos Of KCPE Candidates In Classrooms During Exam Administration.
No one, including the media, should be allowed to photograph candidates in the classroom while exams are being administered, the Ministry of Education has warned.
Speaking early today in Homa Bay town during the opening and distribution of examination materials, the Principal Secretary for Basic Education Dr Julius Jwan said some are taking photos of candidates during an exam and spreading them on social media to give the impression that the exam has been leaked
“We have had a situation of somebody taking photos of a candidate during the exam and then circulates in social media to create an impression that exam has been leaked.
“You have seen the way that the sealing is done and everything has happened at the container in the presence of relevant authorities. The materials cannot be tampered with at any given time,” he noted.
He said, “I want to reiterate that we have instructed the security officers to make sure nobody takes a photo inside the classroom when candidates are already having their papers on the table or as soon as the papers are opened.”

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He stated that one of the examinations went off without a hitch that day.
“So far we are happy with the arrangements across the country. Day one went very well as you all must have picked out.
"I want to assure everyone that nobody has leaked the exam so far and we are hopeful that day two will also go well,” he assured.
The examination began on a positive note yesterday, with approximately 38,524 candidates sitting their national exams in Homa Bay County.
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The distribution of the examination papers was led by Homa Bay County Commissioner Moses Lilan and County Director of Education Eunice Khaemba.
Lilan stated that the materials had been distributed to a total of 1,013 centers, and that preparations had been made to ensure that the examination was properly administered.
Khaemba, for her part, warned parents to be on the lookout for conmen during the exams.

KCPE Exam Has Not Leaked, Says Ministry

KCPE Exam Has Not Leaked, Says Ministry
MoE Bans Taking Photos Of KCPE Candidates In Classrooms During Exam Administration.

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