Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education will be starting on Monday 4th November 2019 that’s at 10,287 Exam center all over the country they will kick off even after many places being affected by heavy rainfall that’s causing flooding.
According to the ministry of education, A total of 699,745 candidates are expected to take the tests compared to 664,585 last year.
The news from the ministry informs that The government is expected to deploy its machinery to seal loopholes and stamp out the collusion that led to the cancellation of results for 3,427 candidates at 44 centers from 16 counties due to cheating in 2018. compared to 1,205 in 2017.
- 70,790 personnel will be used during the field administration of the examinations.
- The examinations will be done in 16 working days and will end on November 27 before 26,597 examiners embark on marking the scripts.
The 400 monitors deployed across the country will expressly enter examination centers upon presenting their badges.
The council will use a total of 479 containers for storage of examination materials, up from the 459 used in 2018.