Kenya National Examination Council has Announced New Changes That Will Affect Examinars
New major changes have been made in the Kenya National Examination Council that will affect all the examiners.
The changes comes barely after his excellency the president Uhuru Kenyatta appointed or made changes in the leadership of the council.
President Uhuru Kenyatta appointed Vice Chancellor of Maseno University Professor Nyabundi Julius as the new chair of the Kenya National Examinations Council and he is expected to serve for the next four years.
The appointment of professor Nyabundi was announced in a Gazette Notice issued early this month.
The Professor holds a Bachelor’s degree, Masters and PhD from various universities. Master of Science in Agronomy from the University of Nairobi and a PhD in Ecology from the University of California.
The Professor has worked as Acting Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Maseno University) ,principal at Murang’a University College and as the Managing Director of Chemelil Sugar Company.
He is also a holder of the Order of Grand Warrior (OGW) award in recognition of his outstanding and distinguished services rendered.
Among the key changes that people expect Professor Nyabundi to deliver is overseeing credible examinations for both primary and secondary at the end of the year.
Concerning the new curriculum, the council will handle the first-ever Grade Six national examinations at the end of the year and professor is expected perform well.
Examiners have their own share of expectations as they expect that the incoming KNEC chair will improve their rates per paper to a better amount and also that he will improve their working conditions.