2019 Knec project marks and reports- Schools have up to 30th September to submit KCSE project reports; get instructions here

Knec Chief Executive Officer Dr Mercy Karogo at a past event.
Knec Chief Executive Officer Dr Mercy Karogo at a past event.

The Kenya National Examinations Council, knec, has issued guidelines on packaging and returning of the 2019 Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education, KCSE, project documents. Knec, this year, introduced the assessment of projects into milestones namely: Milestone one which started in January and ended on 31st March 2019 and Milestone two which started on 15th June and ended on 15th July, 2019.

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Fig: The 2019 KCSE projects’ timelines

Via a circular released by knec Chief Executive Officer Dr. Mercy G. Karogo, the Council has outlined timelines and guidelines on returning of the hard copy project sheets.

According to Dr. Karogo;
1). All Principals who presented candidates for KCSE Group IV subjects with project components are informed to return the project materials to the Sub County Directors of Education offices by 30th September 2019;
2). The Sub County Directors of Education are expected to ensure that they have collected projects from all schools.
3). The Manual and Computer generated mark sheets should be packed in separate envelopes:

“KNEC officers delivering the 2019 KCPE and KCSE examination materials between 7th and 11th October 2019 will be collecting the KCSE projects materials from the office of the Sub County Director of Education,” she adds.

Part of the project documents being collected by the Council are: Manual Students’ mark sheets, students’ project reports, Computer generated Mark Sheets, Students’ projects, School’s report and Students’ declarations.

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