• San Diego Padres Jerseys Hot Sale[2017-11-10]
  • Cheap NFL Hats[2017-11-10]
  • adidas soccer jerseys[2017-11-10]
  • screen print basketball jerseys[2017-11-10]
  • wholesale custom football jerseys[2017-11-10]
  • lebron basketball jersey[2017-11-10]
  • houston texan jersey[2017-11-10]
  • Where to buy Baltimore Ravens Jerseys[2017-11-10]
  • Okaland Athletics Caps at Wholesale Price[2017-11-10]
  • buy online football jersey[2017-11-10]
  • Donald Driver jerseys cheap[2017-11-10]
  • Where to buy Palmeiras Jerseys[2017-11-10]
  • where to get cheap authentic jerseys[2017-11-10]
  • Wholesale Cheap Ukraine Soccer Jerseys[2017-11-10]
  • cheap manchester united jersey[2017-11-10]
  • mesh reversible basketball jerseys[2017-11-10]
  • Nice Cheap Kids NHL Jerseys[2017-11-10]
  • Sporting Lisbon Jerseys Wholesale Online[2017-11-10]
  • 2018 LosAngeles Lakers Jerseys[2017-11-10]
  • striped soccer jerseys[2017-11-10]
  • KCPE results to be released early as Knec gets machines to mark exam

    Tuesday October 31 2017

    Maralal DEB Primary School

    Pupils of Maralal DEB Primary School in Samburu County write their KCPE exam on October 31, 2017. Knec chairman George Magoha said results will be released quickly as the government has acquired machines to mark the exam. PHOTO | GODFREY OUNDOH | NATION MEDIA GROUP 

    By HENRY NYARORA
    More by this Author

    The Kenya National Examinations Council (Knec) has bought 20 machines which will be used for marking the 2017 Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) exam.

    Knec chairman George Magoha said due to the use of the machines, results of the exam will be released one week earlier than was the case in 2016.

    The optical mark recognition (OMR) machines, which he said cost the government Sh100 million, will enable Knec to release the exam results quickly.

    Speaking in Nyamira after visiting Nyamira and Egesieri primary schools to supervise the start of the KCPE exam, Prof Magoha, who was accompanied by the County Commissioner Isaiah Said, said the exam was administered smoothly on the first day.

    "It's not true that the exam failed to take off in Fafi Constituency in Garissa County as reported in one of the local media," he said.

    However, he asked headteachers to inform Knec of any candidate who will not be able to sit the exam for any reason.

    He said reports he received from across the country indicated that exam containers were opened in good time for onward dispatch of papers to examination centres.

    Prof Magoha said he also toured Migori and Kisii counties where the exam kicked off without any hitch.