KCSE EXAMINERS 2020/2021- The Kenya National Examinations Council (Knec) has released a list of selected teachers who will be marking this year’s Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE). According to the list Chief Examiners and other top level assessors will report to the marking centres as from April 4, 2021 so as to coordinate the marking schemes.
Due to the stringent Covid 19 rules that bar inter-county movement (and which affect Nairobi) will be transported to Nairobi in pools after receiving special passes.
“The Kenya National Examinations Council (Knec) will carry out a confidential National exercise that will involve officers (Knec Examiners) from your county between 4th April and 10th May 2021 in institutions in Nairobi and its environs.
In liaison with the Sub County Director of Education and TSC Sub County Director, you are kindly requested to sorganize their transport from the Sub Counties to the County Head Quarters using the cheapest public means. Each person will be expected to meet their travel costs.” Says Knec CEO Dr. Mercy Karogo via a memo to all Deputy County Commissioners (DCCs).
Download your KCSE Marking letter here; KCSE Examiners Portal
From the County Headquarters the Examiners will be issued with special movement passes to Nairobi and back. The County Commissioners will issue the passes to the Examiners after the latter producing their Individual National Identity Cards, Invitation letters and Short Messages Service (SMS) received from Knec.
- 2020 KCSE examiners marking invitation letters; Download your letter at https://examinersapp.knec.ac.ke/
- KCSE marking centres 2021 and directions
- Teachers contracted as KCSE, KCPE examiners to be given this document by TSC before travelling to marking centres
The Examiners will then be transported to Nairobi for the marking exercise (See attached schedule for travelling and reporting dates at marking centres).