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CS Mvurya Emphasizes on Exam Integrity

CS Mvurya Emphasizes on Exam Integrity.

Salim Mvurya, secretary of the Mining Cabinet, stated that it is imperative that these examinations be conducted with the highest integrity.

Mvurya asked all candidates in the KCPE and KPSEA examinations to carry out their responsibilities with the utmost professionalism.

He stated, “As a government, we want to emphasize exam integrity.”

Monday, the CS spoke in Kisumu, where he was supervising the start of KCPE examinations at the Kisumu Central DCC container.

He was accompanied by Fisheries Secretary of State Francis Owino and Education Assistant Secretary Belio Kipsang.

Mvurya cautioned against any form of misconduct, stating that anyone responsible will be held personally liable.

“These are not just exams but where our children get to be nurtured in terms of their careers,” he said.

The CS added that the school calendar will be standardized by next year.

“Even though we’ve had Covid-19 challenges, the education calendar has continually been reviewed and implemented. Next year we are able to have the normal programme running,” he said.

As a result of the introduction of CBC, this is the first time 6th graders will take their national examination.

Under the new educational structure, they will then transition to junior high schools.

Approximately 1,287,597 students will take the KPSEA in 2022.

This year, an additional 1,244,188 Class 8 candidates will take their exam.

CS Mvurya Emphasizes on Exam Integrity.


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