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KNEC 2020: KNEC Postpones Uploading of 2020 KCSE Candidates’ Score s for Group IV Subjects following Coronavirus Outbreak in Kenya

KNEC 2020: Uploading of KCSE 2020 Candidates’ Score Postponed following Coronavirus Outbreak in Kenya

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KNEC 2020: KNEC Postpones Uploading of 2020 KCSE Candidates’ Score s for Group IV Subjects following Coronavirus Outbreak in Kenya

KNEC 2020: Uploading of KCSE 2020 Candidates’ Score Postponed following Coronavirus Outbreak in Kenya

The Kenya National Examinations Council, KNEC has postponed the process of uploading KCSE 2020 Candidates’ scores for Group IV subjects following coronavirus outbreak in Kenya until further notice.

KNEC’s Group IV subjects include Art and Design (443/3), Woodwork (444/2), Metal Work (445/2), Computer Studies (451/3), Agriculture (443/3) and Building & Construction (446/2).

KNEC’s circular dated March 27, 2020 copied to all school principals indicates that guidelines on the handling of the two milestones, milestones 1 and 2 of Group IV subjects will be given once schools reopen.

“Consequently, KNEC wishes to inform you that further guidelines on the handling of milestones 1 and 2 of Group IV projects will be issued when schools reopen” wrote Dr. Mercy Karogo, KNEC’s acting CEO.

This move follows President Uhuru Kenyatta’s directive that all learning institutions be shut down indefinitely.

2020 KNEC Deadline for uploading milestone one and two

The deadline for uploading KCSE 2020 candidates’ scores for milestone one of KNEC Group IV subjects had been set on 31st March 2020 while the deadline for uploading scores for milestone two had been set on July 15, 2020.

The uploading of milestone one scores for KNEC Group IV subjects was to be done between March 1, 2020 and March 31, 2020.

Milestone two Scores for KNEC Group IV subjects were to be uploaded between June 15, 2020 and July 15, 2020.

When will Kenyan schools reopen?

Uncertainty still engulfs the whole country following the coronavirus pandemic. The number of coronavirus cases in the country is still surging in Kenya.

This means that it is not still clear when schools in Kenya will reopen.

On Saturday March 28, 2020 CS Health Mutahi Kagwe through a media briefing confirmed that the number of coronavirus cases had risen to 38.

 

 

 

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