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KNEC Instructs KCSE 2022 Examiners to Carry NHIF Cards

Kenya National Examination Council (KNEC) has instructed KCSE 2022 examiners who are not employed by the Teachers Service Commission (TSC) to carry their National Hospital Insurance Fund (NHIF) cards ahead of the marking exercise.

“This is to remind you of your invitation to mark 2022 KCSE from next week. Carry your NHIF card if you are not TSC employed,” read invitation message to teachers.

The reporting date for examiners is slated fo January 2 while Chief examiners and assistant chief examiners coordination will report on December 21.

Subject team leaders will now report on December 26.

KNEC Payments

The table below summarizes the payment rates for the 2022 knec Contracted Professionals:

Contracted ProfesionalExamRegionPay Per DayTotal Days engagedTotal Pay
Centre ManagerKCPEAll RegionsSh5004Sh2,000
Centre ManagerKCSEAll RegionsSh50018Sh9,000
InvigilatorsKCPEAll RegionsSh5383Sh1,615
InvigilatorsKCSENairobi & MombasaSh58017Sh9,860
InvigilatorsKCSEOther RegionsSh46017Sh7,820
SupervisorsKCPEAll RegionsSh6214Sh2,485
SupervisorsKCSENairobi & MombasaSh69518Sh12,510
SupervisorsKCSEOther RegionsSh63018Sh11,340
Security OfficersKCSEAll RegionsSh42016Sh6,720
DriversKCSEAll RegionsSh40516Sh6,480

Officials contracted by Knec to oversee the KCPE exam will be paid between Sh695 and Sh405 each day.

They officials include centre managers (principals and head teachers), supervisors, invigilators, and security personnel.

Centre managers will take home Sh2,000, supervisors Sh2,485, invigilators Sh1,615, security officers Sh 1,050, and drivers Sh1,040.

KCSE supervisors in Nairobi and Mombasa will take home Sh695 while those in other regions get Sh630 a day.

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