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Transfer Of Candidates Not Allowed After Registration – Magoha

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Transfer Of Candidates Not Allowed After Registration – Magoha.Education Cabinet Secretary Prof George Magoha has stated that once registration of candidates is complete, no student will be transferred.He did, however, state that special cases involving illness and insecurity would be handled appropriately once brought to the attention of the Knec center via the SCDE.Head teachers must ensure that all candidates who register are genuine students at that school.Registration of any other person will be considered examination malpractice and will result in sanctions against an examination center, including de-registration of the school as an exam center.Schools with fewer than five candidates will not be permitted to register them. They are advised to contact SCDE, who will locate an approved Knec examination center with more than five candidates.Schools with fewer than 30 candidates will be hosted during the examinations in accordance with previously issued guidelines on examination center hosting.School heads must log in to the Knec registration portal in order to capture the registration details of candidates using examination center log-in credentials.They will also be in charge of ensuring that candidates’ names are correct and in the correct order, as well as their gender, year of birth, citizenship, and subjects registered for. They should also specify whether a candidate has any special requirements (blind, low vision, deaf and physically challenged).All school heads are reminded to verify the learners’ bio-data as captured in the Grade Five assessment for KPSEA.Principals must upload passport photographs of candidates with dimensions of 300 x 300 pixels in order to register for the KCSE examination.All schools and candidates must follow the entry requirements outlined in the registration instructions for the KCPE and KCSE exams.The instructions can be found in Knec’s 2017 Regulations and Use Guides for the Management of KCPE and KCSE Examinations.Private candidates should be identified and registered by the SCDEs responsible for them.Candidates must complete and submit the downloaded Private Candidates Registration Form, along with the other required documents.Only private examination centers will be registered per sub-county for coordination purposes.The SCDEs are responsible for identifying one public school where private candidates will be housed during the exam.They will also work on KCSE projects and take practical exams there.Prospective candidates who do not meet the stipulated entry requirements for the examination will be offered the KCSE Qualifying Test, and candidates will be registered at their respective SCDE’s offices, with respective SCDE officers identifying examination venues.For those who did not take the KCPE, a copy of the original CPE examination certificate will be required to register.Other requirements include a copy of the Letter of Equation from Knec for all candidates with non-Kenyan (foreign) primary education certificates.Prospective candidates can use the Letter of Equation services available on the Knec website.Head teachers and SCDEs must safeguard and carefully handle log-in passwords, and if they are lost or forgotten, they must notify Knec via email.To register newly gazetted sub-counties that have been approved as examination centers and require Knec codes, they must submit a Kenyan Gazette Notice on the creation of the sub-county to Knec.Other items include a list of schools with previous codes and proposed new codes, the location of the facility (container), and contact information for the Deputy County Commissioner and Assistant County Commissioner.ALSO READ:Schools wishing to become KPSEA, KCPE, or KCSE examination centers must submit to Knec a copy of a valid registration form from the County Director of Education, an inspection questionnaire, and a duly completed application form.Transfer Of Candidates Not Allowed After Registration – Magoha

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