KUCCPS News Today: KCSE 2022 candidates’ Kuccps Courses selection Portal to be Opened this week
KCSE 2022 Kuccps courses selection 2023
KCSE 2022 candidates are still in “labour” waiting for a go-ahead from KUCCPS to apply for the 2023/2024 Kuccps Placement.
The candidates have been advised to take it easy because KUCCPS has provided an update regarding the same.
Reliable sources claim that before the end of this week, their destiny will be revealed.
In order to pursue any degree a candidate is interested in, KUCCPS plans to revise the requirements at universities and other higher institutions in the cluster.
KUCCPS CEO TAKE
Mercy Wahome, the CEO of KUCCPS, announced today that President Ruto will receive a second report with recommendations regarding upcoming changes to university admissions.
Education CS Machogu will receive the same report as well.. The presidential education task force, chaired by Prof. Raphael Munavu, prepared the report.
The team’s major goal is to concentrate on tertiary and higher education reforms
-Financial structure and governance for TVET and university institutions
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KUCCPS REPORT ANNOUNCEMENT DATE
This is because the report is a sensitive matter that needs much scrutiny. After representing a copy to our president, then we will now announce it officially to the public.
The education task force has already presented a first report to President Ruto that is purposely addressing elementary education.
There are plans to announce the final report In March
The second interim report was due at the end of last month.
KCSE 2022 courses selection
When Mr. Machogu announced the KCSE exam results in January, he instructed Kuccps to act quickly and determine the number of spots available in universities, colleges, and TVET schools so that learner placement could start right away.
MAIN RATIONALE FOR FORMING THE EDUCATION TASK FORCE
To ensure that educational institutions are ready to accept students, the placement service should also work with the Commission for University Education (CUE) and the Technical and Vocational Education and Training Authority (TVETA), according to the Cabinet Secretary.
“This is consistent with the government’s objective of 100% transition and the Ministry of Education’s goal of providing fair and equitable access to excellent and relevant higher education and training.”
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The terms require the PWPER of reference to solicit public opinion and provide recommendations on a variety of problems pertaining to higher education.
As has been the pattern since 2017, it’s likely that not all of the 173,345 students who met the requirements for admission to universities would receive government sponsorship.
Since then, the number of qualifiers has more than doubled while financing has stayed largely the same.
The percentage of applicants who met the requirements for admission to a university was 19.03 percent.