TSC PUBLISHES LIST OF KCPE, KPSEA, AND KCSE INVIGILATORS FOR 2023, SEPARATED BY COUNTY
2023 KNEC News. The Teachers Service Commission (TSC) is compiling a list of teachers who will administer the national examination in 2023.
Through its Curriculum Support Officers (CSOs), the committee is presently gathering data on the instructors who will be in charge of administering the exams.
The school administration must complete and submit an Excel sheet with the contact information for each teacher. suggested article
KCSE registration is just some of the information instructors need.
A total of 28,408 teachers were recruited as center directors.
, 28,727 are supervisors,
74,990 are supervisors, and
5,647 as examiners for 2022 exams and assessments.
The Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) and Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education national examinations will be taken by 2.3 million pupils this year, according to the Kenya National Examinations Council (Knec). completed.
2023 KNEC News.
1,415,315 applicants will take the KCPE exam, and another 903,260 applicants will take the KCSE exam. A total of 1,282,574 children in grade six will take the Kenya Primary Education Assessment (KPSEA), according to Knec CEO David Njengere.
Candidate registration is complete, exam papers are ready, and they will be issued on time, according to Dr. Njengere.
Knec added new security measures to the national exam this year to prevent cheating. No longer will the morning be the time when the entire day’s exam questions are chosen.
Instead, the central board of directors, who are also school administrators, only chooses the morning newspaper. This approach, according to insiders with knowledge of the Ministry of Education, is meant to restrict students’ early exposure to afternoon publications.
Additionally, Knec came under fire for taking so long to pay teachers’ salaries following the completion of exams and announcement of the results to the general public.
THE CP2 PORTAL REQUIRES TEACHERS TO REGISTER.
Create a CP2 account as soon as you can to prevent the last-minute rush.
You must upload your deployment letter for KNEC monitoring or surveillance.
Users who already have accounts don’t need to make new ones. Your school principal receives your request for supervision.
You could approach the CSO and request a chance.
The only prerequisite for supervisory eligibility is the TSC number.