It is a relief for thousands of 2020 candidates without the National Education Management Information System, Nemis, after the council decided to remove the requirement. The students registering for this year’s Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) were required to produce their Unique Personal Identifiers, UPIs, that are generated via Nemis.
Most schools had reported difficulties in uploading the candidates’ data as most lacked the UPIs. Most affected were repeaters who could not remember the Nemis numbers; generated at their former schools.
“We have about eighty five repeaters and only ten were able to produce the numbers. This has really slowed down our registration process,” said one Principal who sought anonymity.
The Teachers Service Commission, TSC, has provided a number of forms to be filled by teachers. Whenever a teacher needs to communicate with the TSC head office in Nairobi, the teacher is required to fill a form that must be endorsed/ forwarded by the school head or Principal.
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PROJECT BASED EXAMINATION
The registration window for this year’s KCSE and KCPE examinations closes on 15th February.
Candidates taking project based subjects have already received instructions on execution of the projects. Knec expects the candidates to tackle the projects in two phases; that it refers to as milestones.
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