TSC boss Dr. Nancy Macharia has revealed that 70,486 teachers have been vetted to administer the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) examinations that officially commenced today.
While speaking at the Nakuru Town East Deputy County Commissioner’s Office when she opened the examinations container, Macharia who was accompanied by Treasury Chief Administrative Officer, Eric Wafukho said those vetted included centre managers, invigilators, supervisors and examiners.
Earlier this month The Kenya National Examinations Council invited Examiners for the 2021 marking exercise via online.
According to the examination council, the site shall be accessible as follows:
- KCPE Examiners – from 4th March, 2022;
- KCSE Examiners – from 14th March, 2022.
Access KNEC Contracted Professionals website using this link: https://examinersapp.knec.ac.ke and login using their user name and password.
Those that have forgotten their passwords should click on reset password button to enter their mobile numbers in the format
Although the practical examinations of Technical and optional subjects began about two weeks ago, written examinations for compulsory subjects begun today and will run to April 1.
The Kenya National Examination Council says 831,015 candidates registered for the 2021 KCSE examination in 10,413 centres, compared to 752,981 candidates who registered in 10,437 the previous year.