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The Kenya National Examinations Council (Knec) is charged with the responsibility of administering various Examinations in the Country. KNEC was established under KNEC Cap 225A following breakup of the East African Community. The single system of education, the 7-4-2-3 was examined.

Exams offered were East African Certificate of Primary Education (EACPE) East African Certificate of Education Examination (EACE) East African Advanced Certificate of Education (EAACE).

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Examinations administered by Knec.

The Council administers a number of examinations as stated below;

S/N Type of Exam
1 KENYA CERTIFICATE OF PRIMARY EDUCATION (KCPE)
2 KENYA CERTIFICATE OF SECONDARY EDUCATION (KCSE)
3 KCSE QUALIFYING TEST
4 BUSINESS AND TECHNICAL EXAMINATIONS
5 FOREIGN EXAMINATIONS
6 PRIMARY TEACHER EDUCATION (PTE) EXAMINATION
7 DIPLOMA TEACHER EDUCATION (DTE) EXAMINATION
8 TEACHER CERTIFICATE FOR ADULT EDUCATION (TCAE) EDUCATION
9 SPECIAL EDUCATION (SNE) EXAMINATION
10 ECDE- Early Childhood Development Education
11 PROFICIENCY FOR CERTIFICATE IN ECDE
12 PROFICIENCY FOR DIPLOMA IN ECDE
13 CERTIFICATE IN ECDE
14 DIPLOMA IN ECDE

Core Functions of Knec

The Council performs the following important functions:

  • Develop examination policies, procedures and regulations
  • Develop national examinations
  • Register candidates for the KNEC examinations
  • Conduct examinations and process the results
  • Award certificates and diplomas to successful candidates
  • Conduct research on educational assessment
  • Carry out equation of certificates and diplomas issued by other credible examining boards
  • Conduct examinations on behalf of foreign examination boards
  • Advise the Government on matters pertaining to examinations and certification.

Mandate of Knec

The mandate of KNEC is outlined in Section 10 of KNEC Act No. 29 of 2012 as to:

  • Set and maintain examinations standards
  • Conduct public academic, technical and other national examinations within Kenya at basic and tertiary levels
  • Award certificates or diplomas to candidates in such examinations. (Such certificates or diplomas, shall not be withheld from the candidate by any person or institution)
  • Confirm authenticity of certificates or diplomas issued by the Council upon request by the government, public institutions, learning institutions, employers and other interested parties Undertake research on educational assessment
  • Advice any public institution on the development and use of any system or assessment when requested to do so, and in accordance with such terms and conditions as shall be mutually agreed between the Council and the public institutions
  • Promote the international recognition of qualifications conferred by the Council
  • Advice the Government on any policy decision that is relevant to, or has implications on the functions of the Council or the administration of examinations in Kenya
  • Do anything incidental or conducive to the performance of the preceding functions.

QUICK KNEC LINKS

KCSE/KCPE ONLINE RESULTS PORTAL

KCSE PORTAL

THE KNEC KCSE PORTAL

KNEC PORTAL LOGIN.

THE KNEC CBA PORTAL

KNEC SCHOOL EXAMS PORTAL

KNEC PORTAL FOR KCPE RESULTS

THE KCPE KNEC PORTAL FOR PRIMARY SCHOOLS.

KNEC EXAMINERS PORTAL

THE KNEC CONTRACTED PROFESSIONALS PORTAL

THE KNEC CBA PORTAL

KNEC EXAMINERS LOGIN PORTAL

KNEC PORTALS

THE KNEC LCBE PORTAL

THE OFFICIAL KNEC WEBSITE

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