2023 KNEC Payment Update
2023 KNEC Payment Update. The KCSE, KCPE, and KPSEA tests will be administered in 2022, and the Kenya National Examinations Council (KNEC) has released payment details for the hired specialists in charge of those exams. These tests were given this year in November and December.
The Kenya National Examination Council (KNEC) will compensate teachers and non-teachers who provided services in this year’s tests and evaluations at various rates in February 2023.
The professionals that Knec has contacted and will pay include teaching staff, drivers, and security personnel. Teachers were employed as center managers, supervisors, and invigilators.
Ezekiel Machogu and the best candidate in the KCPE results that were already made public by the CS education scored 431 points from a school in Western Kenya.
The results for Grade 6 KPSEA candidates will be made public on January 16, 2023, according to PS Education Belio Kipsang.
Students will be able to view the results through their school site, KNEC CEO David Njeng’ere revealed in a speech at Mtihani House on Wednesday, December 21, during the publication of the KCPE results.
According to Njeng’ere, “the learners will obtain individual reports, and all of these will be put on the school online.” this will happen on January 16, 2023.
He made it clear that the outcomes would be used to track student progress rather than assigning candidates to junior secondary schools.
The KPSEA Examination Committee would also provide three reports: a national, school-specific, and individual student report, the KNEC Chief continued.
The national report will provide feedback to education stakeholders on areas that need to be addressed. It will show the percentage of students, broken down by subject and performance level, who need interventions. Each school will receive thorough reports outlining the areas in which pupils had problems in order to aid kids in continuing on the path to improvement.
Although the KPSEA tests do not include essay writing (insha’a and composition), both KCPE and KPSEA supervisors and invigilators will be compensated at the same rate.
However, the KCSE teachers will be paid after the tests have been graded and the public has seen the results.
Examiners from the KCSE will show up on January 2 to begin grading the tests. Physics practicals will wrap up today’s 2022 KCSE exams.