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The Education Cabinet Secretary Prof George Magoha has today released the 2019 Kenya Certificate of Primary Education, KCPE, results. According to the released results, Andy Michael Munyiri is the top candidate. Here are the top candidates: Andy Michael Munyiri- 440 Flavian Onyango- 439 June Cheptoo Koech- 439 Sean Ndung'u- 439 Here are the Highlights from the release of the 2019 KCPE Results: TOTAL NUMBER OF CANDIDATES: 1,088,986 Candidates wrote the exam; with 543,000 being boys CONTRACTED PROFESSIONALS: 5,795 Examiners were contracted to mark English Composition and Kiswahili Insha. EXAMINERS WHO LOST LIVES: 3 Examiners lost lives in line of duty. NUMBER OF TEACHERS TO BE INVESTIGATED: 56 Teachers on spotlight over exam malpractices  EXAM LEAKAGES: None of Exam papers leaked. PREGNANCIES: Parents urged to spend time with their children.' The behaviour of young angels being impregnated by hyenas must stop'. 100% TRANSITION: All children will secure a place in secondary schools. SCHOOLS' INFRASTRUCTURE: 8 billion set aside to improve infrastructure in primary and secondary schools. FORM ONE 2020 SCHOLARSHIPS: 9,000 scholarships set aside for slum children. GRADE 4 BOOKS: By 17th of December grade 4 textbooks will be availed in schools. FORM ONE SELECTION: Form 1 selection to end by 2nd of December. COUNTIES WITH MORE FEMALES THAN BOYS: 18 Counties registered more female candidates than boys in the 2019 KCPE exams. COUNTIES WITH HIGH CANDIDATURE: Nairobi, Kakamega and Nakuru; respectively. COUNTIES WITH LOW CANDIDATURE: Lamu, Isiolo and Samburu; respectively. IMPROVED SUBJECTS: English, Kenya Sign Language and Religious Education. HOW TO RECEIVE RESULTS: Send SMS to 20076 in the format; INDEXNUMBERKCPE. Do not leave a space in between and write the word KCPE in Capital Letters. The 2019 Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) exam results have been released. Andy Munyiri is the top candidate. Here are the top candiates: Andy Michael Munyiri- 440 Flavian Onyango- 439 June Cheptoo Koech- 439 Sean Ndung'u- 439 HOW TO RECEIVE THE 2019 KCPE RESULTS CHECKING KCPE 2019 RESULTS USING SMS CODE 20076 This is the most effective and fastest way of checking for the results. To get KCSE results 2019 by SMS a candidate is required to send an SMS with your Index Number to 20076. The service is viable for all the three network providers in the country Safaricom, Airtel and Telkom networks. Send the SMS in the Format: IndexNumberKCPE. The cost of each SMS is Sh.25. CHECKING KCPE 2019 RESULTS USING KNEC ONLINE PORTAL To use this method to check 2018 results you only need to remember your index number and access your mobile phone or computer Here is the procedure: Visit the Official KNEC website (knec.ac.ke) Check  for the KCSE Results tab, click on it Select the year you sat for the Exams Enter your Index number. Finally click the Submit button. Your KCSE results should show on the screen after a while. Visiting former Primary School Finally, candidates can check their KCSE 2019 results by visiting  their former schools a day after the official release of the exam. Downloading full School's Results Download the full centre’s results, after they have been announced, at: http://www.knec-portal.ac.ke Also read: Click here to Visit the TSC portal for all information related to teachers and TSC   Education news portal: Click here to get all news from the Education Sector For information related to KNEC, KCSE, KCPE, P1 Exams; click here KUCCPS portal; Click to get all information on Colleges, university students and Polytechnics, TVETs Looking for news on the Higher Education Loans Board, HELB? Click here UNiversities and Colleges News Portal: Click here for all Courses, Admission Requirements, Portals, Fees, Contacts and Many More All Schools’ Portal: Complete guide to Primary and Secondary Schools All TSC services online portals and how to log in TSC TPAD data upload deadline Complete guide to the new TSC TPAD portal TSC: Full details on the newly established grades for teachers TSC: Designation codes for all teacher job groups TSC Grades and qualifications/ requirements for various administrative positions in schools TSC: Details on the current all 36 Teacher job groups/ grades TSC: Requirements, appointment and responsibilities of Principals All what you need to know and carry to a TSC teacher recruitment interview TSC: Requirements, responsibilities and appointment of Deputy Principals Release Of Examinations Results The Kenya National Examinations Council (KNEC) wishes to bring the following information to the attention of all institutions presenting candidates for the KNEC examinations: Examination Results Slips and Printouts Each of the institutions that enter candidates for the KNEC examinations shall receive a hard copy of the institution’s examination results printout and result slips which captures the following information: 1. Institution’s Code and Name This appears on the top left side of the printout. The institution’s code is a unique number by which an examination centre is identified by the Council. This is the number that an institution should always quote whenever communicating with KNEC. 2. Candidates Details Below the institution’s name and code are details of the candidates. These details include the index number of the candidate, year of examination, gender, individual subject grades and the mean grade. The important features of the examination results are as indicated below:- X – denotes an absent candidate. A candidate is declared absent if he/she did not sit for one or all papers in the examination. However, for the KCPE examination results, the symbol AB indicates an absence; Y- denotes that the candidate was involved in an examination irregularity. For the KCPE examination results, the symbol 00 indicates an irregularity; P- denotes that the candidate’s examination results have been pended due to infringement on the entry requirements for the examination e.g. incorrect KCPE details for entry in KCSE examination; W- denotes that the candidate’s examination results have been withheld on suspicion that the candidate has been involved in an examination malpractice and investigations are ongoing; U- denotes ungraded examination results due to infringement of the awards criteria. Mean Grade Award Descriptions Mean grade will be X, if a candidate is absent in all subjects Mean grade will be Y , if one or more subjects are cancelled. Mean grade will be U, if the entry requirements for the KCSE examination are not met Mean grade will be CRNM, if the course requirements for the Teacher education, Business and Technical examinations are not met Mean grade will be P, if results are pended Mean grade will be W, if the examination results are withheld; The details of pended, withheld and irregularities are communicated to the institution through the Sub County Director of Education at the time of release of the examination results and are received by the institutions at the same time with the examination results. Release Of Certificates Once certificates for a specific examination are ready for collection/dispatch from KNEC, the institutions shall be informed through the mass and print media, Sub County Directors of Education and/or the heads of institutions: All certificates for regular candidates are issued through the Heads of Schools/Institutions and to private candidates through the Sub County Directors of Education. The Kenya National Examinations Council reserves the right to withdraw a certificate for amendment or for any other reason should this be necessary. Upon the release of KCPE and KCSE examinations, the candidates can access their results through SMS number provided during the official release of results. The KCPE candidates are expected to access their result slips through the KNEC website immediately after release of the examination in their respective schools. 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2021 Form ones latest news- All Kenya Certificate of Primary Education examination candidates will get Form One placement in June in line with the government’s 100 percent transition policy, Early Learning and Basic Education Principal Secretary Dr Julius Jwan has assured parents and guardians.

Dr Jwan said admitting all candidates to secondary schools was in line with Article 53(1) (b) of the Kenya Constitution on provision of free and compulsory basic education to every Kenyan child.

Speaking in Nakuru where he supervised the opening of examination containers before touring several examination centres in the county, the Principal Secretary said the Education Ministry had developed water-tight criteria to ensure the form-one placement process was objective and transparent.

He put on notice school heads who disregard the government’s fees guidelines and demand extra money from parents, warning that disciplinary action would be taken against them.

Dr Jwan called on parents to ensure the safety of candidates amidst Covid-19 pandemic ahead of their expected admission to Form One in June this year.

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This year’s KCPE examination were postponed from November last year following prolonged closure of schools ordered by President Uhuru Kenyatta on March 14th after the first case of the deadly coronavirus was reported in the country.

The Principal Secretary said he was impressed by centre managers, invigilators and security personnel who had ensured that the candidates wrote their exam papers under strict health protocols to curb the spread of the virus.

He said no major incidents were reported as the Kenya Certificate of Primary Education exams come to a close across the country. A total of 54,751 candidates in Nakuru wrote the examinations in 1,061 centers.

Dr Jwan said the ongoing heavy rains in some parts of the country had not disrupted the examinations adding that the government had been adequately prepared in the event of event of emergencies.

On Monday, candidates sat their Mathematics test in the morning and English and Composition later in the day. On Tuesday, they took Science, Kiswahili, and Insha before ending with Social and Religious studies on Wednesday. There were strict guidelines to curb cheating.

Invigilators checked candidates’ facemasks following reports that some were planning to use them in cheating.

Dr Jwan said they had recorded eight cases of candidates in Nyamira-Borabu who had not been registered for examination after private institutions they were learning in were closed down.

“We undertook the necessary procedures and ensured that the candidates did not miss out on their examination by having the government pay for their registration as it had done for the rest of the candidates,” he revealed.

He urged teachers and security personnel to get vaccinated against Covid-19 as they were front line workers whose levels of exposure to the deadly virus were higher than the general populace.

He also confirmed that no case of Covid-19 ill candidates had been reported during the exercise.  The government had earlier indicated that students who might fall sick with Covid-19 symptoms during the exam period will have to do the test in isolation rooms.

Dr Jwan said the Ministry was adequately prepared to administer Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) examinations whose rehearsals kick off on Thursday.

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