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Knec: replacement of lost KCSE, KCPE Certificate by KNEC (Simplified guide); Knec Reviews Procedure for Replacing a Lost KCSE, KCPE Certificate 2021/2022

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Knec: replacement of lost or damaged KCSE, KCPE Certificate by KNEC (Simplified guide); Knec Reviews Procedure for Replacing a Lost KCSE, KCPE Certificate 2021/2022

Knec: replacement of lost KCSE, KCPE Certificate by KNEC (Simplified guide); Knec Reviews Procedure for Replacing a Lost KCSE, KCPE Certificate 2021/2022
The Kenya National Examinations Council is the only mandated body when it comes to replacing lost certificates- KCSE and KCPE

The Kenya National Examinations Council [KNEC]  recently kicked off the process of implementing a new policy governing the replacement of lost certificates for affected candidates who sat for KNEC examinations between the year 1981 on 2nd March 2009.

Note: Knec can only replace a Lost KCSE or KCPE Certificate once.

 

The following are the procedures of replacing your lost/damaged KCPE/ KCSE certificates.

Apply In-Person

Applicants are required to fill the KNEC Certificate Replacement Form when requesting for certificate replacement

The form can be obtained from the KNEC Archives and Records Offices or downloaded from KNEC website: KNEC Online.

Carefully fill in the details required and attach the relevant documents to accompany the form

Replacement of Lost/Damaged KCSE, KCPE Certificates: List of Mandatory Documents

 

The following documents should be presented together with the application

Copy of the certificate [s] or result slips[s]. Mandatory

Letter of recommendation from head teacher of the school attended or from CEO( County Education Officer)/SCEO ( Sub-County Education Officer) for private candidates or for those their schools have been closed down addressed to KNEC; [Original Mandatory]

Sworn legal affidavit on identity of applicant; [Original Mandatory]

Letter of recommendation from employer to KNEC; [Original Mandatory]

Police Abstract indicating of loss of certificate; Report should be done at the point of loss. [Original mandatory]

Copy of Identification Card [ID]/Passport or Birth Certificate for those under 18 years. The name on Birth Certificate/ID Must tally with those used during Examination.

Those who have changed their names legally must attach the legal documents they used to change their name. E.g. marriage certificate for women or the copy of Gazette the changed name appears. [Mandatory].

Application with differing Examination details will not be processed.

KNEC bank deposit slip; Original Mandatory

Knec Fee for Replacement of Lost/Damaged KCSE/KCPE Certificates

The fees required for Replacement Certificate is KE 5,000/= +% VAT KE 200/- a total of 5,200 per certificate.

The fees should be paid at KNEC collection accounts in any branch of the following banks:

Equity Bank
Co-operative Bank of Kenya
National Bank of Kenya
Kenya Commercial Bank. [KNEC deposit bank slips are available in these banks]
The duly filled submitted form should be submitted to the;
Council Secretary/Chief Executive
Kenya National Examinations Council
P.O Box 73598 – 00200,
City Square,
Nairobi.

The certificates are usually ready for collection after duration of ten working days from the KNEC offices.

See also; How to replace a lost KNEC Certificate; Procedure for KCSE, KCPE certificate replacement

HOW TO REAPPLY FOR LOST KCSE AND KCPE CERTIFICATES.

You will be required to have a copy of the lost certificate or result slip. You will also be required to have a letter of recommendation from head teacher of the school you attended or from County or Sub County Education Officer.

You must also have a sworn legal affidavit on identity of the applicant, a letter of application from the employer to KNEC, police abstract indicating loss of a certificate and must be done at the point of loss of the document.

The applicant will also be required to have a copy of your ID or passport or birth certificate for those under 18 years. The names in the documents must tally with those used in the certificate. Then finally you will be required to have a KNEC Bank Deposit Slip.

You will be required to pay a mandatory processing fee of Ksh.5000 plus a 14% VAT of Ksh.200 totaling to Ksh.5200. The money is paid at KNEC collection accounts in any branch of Equity Bank, Co-operative Bank of Kenya, National Bank of Kenya or Kenya Commercial Bank using a KNEC deposit bank slip available in these banks.

The client will then be required to fill the lost certificate application form. The form can be obtained from that KNEC Archive and Record Office or downloaded from KNEC website. After filling the form, the applicant will be required to submit it to KNEC through postal officer or other carrier service providers such as G4S.

The certificates are normally ready for collection for collection after a period of sixty (60) working days from KNEC officers. It is important to remember that KNEC will only give a confirmation slip and not an original certificate again.

 

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