KNEC Lists New Requirements For Exam Invigilation, Supervision Registration

The Kenya National Examination Council, KNEC, has released a list of 25 mandatory requirements for exam invigilation, and supervision registration…

 KNEC Lists New Requirements For Exam Invigilation, Supervision Registration

The Kenya National Examination Council, KNEC, has released a list of 25 mandatory requirements for exam invigilation, and supervision registration in 2022.

Below are details teachers nominated to be Invigilators and Supervisors are required to provide on the KNEC CP2 Portal. Kindly note that failure to register on the KNEC CP2 Portal will make payment for your invigilation and supervision services impossible. Register on time to avoid missing payments.

Also, note that KNEC only pays its Contracted Professionals i.e., Teachers, Security Personnel, and Drivers after the exams and assessments have been done, marking completed and results released to the public.

This year KNEC will use teachers in the administration of 2022 KCPE, KPSEA, KCSE, and DECTE exams and assessments. At the end of this page, we have provided details of the exam and assessment periods as well as the allowances and rates paid to Contracted Professionals who help in manning these exams.

KNEC said preparation for the 2022 KCPE/KCSE examinations is ongoing and all systems have been put in place to ensure that the examinations are conducted successfully.

KNEC automated the management of contracted professionals across the various functional business areas with a view to improving efficiency and accountability.

This solution consists of a computer-based system at KNEC that integrates various agencies and service providers to collect, verify and report on activities and personnel involved in the administration of national

Below are the 25 details required for registration on the KNEC CP2 platform. The details are classified into five categories

Personal Details

  1. Full name
  2. Year of Birth
  3. Gender
  4. National ID number
  5. KRA Pin
  6. NSSF number
  7. NHIF number
  8. Email address

Bank Details

  1. Bank name
  2. Bank branch
  3. Bank Account number

Highest Qualifications

  1. Level of study
  2. Name of Education Institution
  3. Name/Title of Course
  4. Period of study

Current Work Station

  1. Employer
  2. TSC number
  3. Name of Institution (Workplace)
  4. Designation/Job Title
  5. When did you start working here?
  6. County
  7. Sub Countyppp

Next of Kin Details

  1. Full name
  2. Telephone number
  3. Relationship

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