Exciting News to Teachers Who Will be Invigilating Exams
Exciting News to Teachers Who Will be Invigilating Exams. In a recent report from a reputable source, it was revealed that teachers who play a key role in proctoring and marking national examinations for the Kenya National Examination Council (KNEC) have received promising reports.
According to the report, the Committee on Education in the National Assembly, led by Honorable Julius Melly, Member of Parliament representing Tinderet, requested the Ministry of National Treasury and Planning to pre-release funds to the Kenya National Examination Board.
Honorable Julius Melly emphasized the need for timely allocation of resources to ensure that examiners are paid immediately upon completion of their work. He stated: “We are now demanding that the Treasury allocates resources so that examiners are paid on time immediately upon completion of work.
We made it clear to the council that we would never do it without money. We have also told the Ministry of Finance to never engage examiners without the money being released to KNEC,” People Daily quoted him as saying.
The development is welcome news for examiners who have recently expressed concerns about late payments having a detrimental impact on their motivation and morale.
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