The Kenya National Examinations Council [KNEC] started implementing policy in replacement of certificates for the affected candidates who sat for KNEC examinations from year 1981 on 2nd March 2009.
However Knec no longer issues duplicates certificates. What it issues is results confirmation which serves as a replacement for the lost certificates.
Previously Knec allowed a manual process of replacing certificates. The examiner has however now moved all the certificate replacement process to an online platform.
You can now easily replace your lost KCPE or KCSE certificate by following a simple online procedure that Knec released a year ago.
Below are the step by step guide on how to replace your lost KCPE or KCSE certificate online.
KCPE – Kenya Certificate of Primary Education
KCSE – Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education
LOST KCPE/KCSE CERTIFICATES?
✓Apply Online for KNEC confirmation of certificate.
✓open this link and register to apply.Register as a candidate
Scan any of the following documents.
✓A photocopy/result slip of the lost certificate (if available )
✓Class nominal result of the year you did the exam
✓A letter from the school you did the exam.
✓create your self account.Remember to register as a candidate.
✓A password is sent to your Email.Use it to log in.
✓Click on CONFIRMATION and fill the required details fully.
✓Attach Available documents and submit
✓Applicants are required to pay a fee of 2,320 through an mpesa playbill number 250544
✓The mpesa account number is provided through an SMS after submission and verification of your documents.
✓One can keep checking the progress through log in and clicking on STATUS.
TO APPLY FOR TSC NUMBER WITHOUT A KNEC CERTIFICATE:
Use these details on the KNEC portal:
ADDRESSEE: The Secretary.
COMPANY NAME: Teachers Service Commission.
ADDRESS: Private Bag Nairobi.
After making the KNEC confirmation payment.