You will also get details of the KNEC invitation advert for 2022 examiners, how 2022 KNEC Examiners can log onto the KNEC portal and download their marking invitation letters, 2022 Knec marking centres and directions, KNEC marking conditions 2022, and Confirmed KNEC Payment Rates 2022
KNEC issues marking invitation letters to 2022 KCSE examiners; Sets tough conditions and bars Some examiners from reporting
KCSE marking 2022– The Kenya National Examinations Council (Knec) has issued marking invitation letters to examiners who will be marking the 2021 Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) examinations. The Council has at the same time spelled out tough marking conditions for those who shall be willing to participate in the 2022 KCSE marking exercise.
Seasoned and new examiners can now download their marking invitation letters for the Knec portal; https://examinersapp.knec.ac.ke/.
Examiners will access the portal as follows:
- KCPE Examiners – from 4th March, 2022;
- KCSE Examiners – from 14th March, 2022.
“If you accept the conditions given in the Instructions for this year’s marking, click the accept offer button below (highlighted in green). If you do not accept, click them reject offer button (highlighted in red) and give the reason.” Says the newly appointed Knec Chief Executive Officer, Dr David Njeng’ere.
Due to the current Covid 19 pandemic, KNEC has advised the examiners to be wary of the killer disease and observe the Ministry of Health Guidelines to the latter. They will be expected to carry enough face masks, maintain social distance in all areas throughout the marking period and also wash their hands with soap and/or use sanitizers at all times.
LIST OF BARRED KNEC EXAMINERS 2022
The Council has at the same time barred examiners who are at a high risk of contracting the Corona Virus from reporting to this year’s marking exercise. Expectant mothers and those who are currently breastfeeding will not be allowed to report to the marking centers this year.
“Examiners who are breastfeeding are advised not to report for marking since KNEC does not make any arrangement for babies and their helpers. In addition, marking is strictly residential and therefore such examiners will not be allowed to commute from outside. Examiners are encouraged to defer marking until when their babies are old enough to be left behind at home…. Expectant examiners are equally advised to defer marking for their own safety due to heavy tasks involved until such a time when they can report after delivery and breastfeeding.” Directs Dr. Njeng’ere.
KCSE marking centres 2022 and directions, Reporting dates and Time
KCSE MARKING CENTRES 2022– Examiners who shall be marking this year’s Kenya Certificate of Secondary Examinations (KCSE) can now download their 2021 marking invitation letters. The letters are available on the Knec portal https://examinersapp.knec.ac.ke/.
The marking centres and reporting dates have been indicated on the marking invitation letters.
For some KCSE papers, though, either the marking centre or reporting dates are missing. For letters with reporting dates, examiners are required to arrive at the marking centres on the indicated dates by 2.00pm.