2019 KNEC projects milestones' key dates

The Kenya National Examinations Council, KNEC, opened its online platform on 1st March, 2019 for schools to capture the 2019 Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education, KCSE, project marks. Schools presenting candidates for group four subjects have up to the 31st of March, 2019, to upload the projects’ scores and pictorial evidence for Milestone one.

According to an earlier circular by KNEC, the subject teachers are expected to upload candidates’ scores and pictorial evidence (portfolio) on the project portal; at the end of each milestone. The Pictorial evidence should be photographs of the candidates with their work, in either Graphics Interface Format (.gif) or JPEG (.jpg) format (These two are photograph formats obtained by using a digital Camera). In Agriculture, for instance, students will be photographed in their full school uniforms. They will be expected to stand alongside their plots, the Subject teacher and Principal.

Subjects whose scores are to be uploaded onto the portal are:
1.Art and Design (442/3 2D Project,
2.Agriculture (443/3),
3.Woodwork (444/2),
4.Metalwork (445/2),
5.Building Construction (446/2) and
6.Computer Studies (451/3). The areas to be assessed have been indicated on the marking schemes.

HOW TO UPLOAD MILESTONE ONE SCORES AND PICTORIAL EVIDENCE

To upload scores for each candidate and pictorial evidence for all the learners:

  1. Access the KNEC portal at knec-portal.ac.ke
  2. On the home page, click on ‘PROJECTS’
  3. Log onto the system by providing the User Name and Password (as used during the registration process)
  4. Select the subject and then click on ‘GET FILE’. This will display a list of all students registered for that particular subject.
  5. Enter the score for each candidate alongside their names in the column labelled ‘MARKS’. Click on ‘POST’ once through.
  6. Next, you will be expected to provide a photo of the project. Ensure a photograph of the students has been shot and stored in your local location (Phone or Computer memory). Ensure you observe the guidelines accompanying the shooting of the photographs like the format to be used.
  7. Now, click on ‘CHOOSE FILE’. Locate your photograph as stored on your storage and click on it; so as to be loaded onto the portal.
  8. Finally, Click on ‘SAVE AND PREVIEW’.
  9. Note that if any student is missing on the online generated printout, then list such a student (s) manually on the printout with a red pen. The printout is generated by using the ‘REPORT’ tab once the scores have been entered.

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