KNEC new payments 2023. Teachers registered with the Teachers Service Commission (TSC) have been encouraged to register on the Contracted Professionals platform, often known as CP2.
The Kenya National Examination Council (Knec) manages the portal, which is used to deploy hired experts during national exams.
Teachers, security guards, and drivers are examples of contracted professions.
This year’s tests will be administered by nursery, primary, and secondary school teachers.
By entering their information, Knec will be able to easily deploy and pay the teachers after the tests are completed and the results are made public.
Knec stated that planning for administering national examinations to the 2.3 million students who will take the Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) and Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) exams this year are complete.
The KCPE exam will be taken by around 1,415,315 candidates, while the KCSE exam will be taken by another 903,260.
KNEC new payments 2023
Kenya National Examination Council Chief Executive David Njengere also stated that preparations for the Kenya Primary School Education Assessment (KPSEA) for 1,282,574 Grade Six students have begun.
KNEC 2022 PAYMENT RATES FOR CONTRACTED PROFESSIONALS
|Contracted Professional||Exam||Region||Pay Per Day||Total Days engaged||Total Pay|
|Centre Manager||KCPE/KPSEA||All Regions||Sh500||4||Sh2,000|
|Centre Manager||KCSE||All Regions||Sh500||18||Sh9,000|
|Invigilators||KCSE||Nairobi & Mombasa||Sh580||17||Sh9,860|
|Supervisors||KCSE||Nairobi & Mombasa||Sh695||18||Sh12,510|
|Security Officers||KCSE||All Regions||Sh420||16||Sh6,720|
The Council has proposed new security measures to prevent cheating at this year’s national exam.
Examiners will no longer select all of the day’s examination papers in the morning.
Instead, centre managers, who are also school principals, will select only the morning publications.
Knec has purchased more containers in order to provide examination storage facilities in schools.
Under the new structure, this will reduce the time required to select and drop examination papers.
These are some of the new measures that will be implemented for national exams in one month.
After candidates finish the morning paper, they will be returned to the container while the afternoon papers are picked.