KCSE Results 2014
KCSE results 2014 to be released Tuesday 3rd March 2015. Kcse Online will provide you with a redirect Link to the KNEC website so you can easily access your Results.
Over 450,000 students who sat their Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education KCSE will know their results on Tuesday 3rd March 2015 shortly. Education Cabinet Secretary Prof Jacob Kaimenyi will release the results in Mtihani House in Nairobi where provincial directors of Education will collect the results for their respective regions after the release.
Candidates, parents and teachers will access their results by logging onto the KNEC website www.knec.ac.ke by keying the index numbers. They will also receive results by sending a short text message (SMS) including the candidates index number to 22252 on the mobile phone immediately after Prof Kaimenyi announces the results. The knec CEO Joseph Kivilu said that the Education Cabinet Secretary Jacob Kaimenyi will release the results at Mitihani House in Nairobi starting at 9.00 AM.The Online Results will also be available later on.
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On Access of the examination results, one is supposed to ensure the accuracy of, the names, index number, gender, school name and code, any discrepancy noted on the examination results should be communicated to KNEC within one month from the date of release of the examination results.
Candidates who would want their papers remarked should request for the same within a month after release of the results. Those who will miss out on their results are advised to check with their respective school heads and not with the examination council.
Candidate with withheld or pending results will receive a letter through the respective head teacher explaining why the examination results have been withheld. Required documents must therefore be submitted by April 2015 through respective schools and not directly to the Council.
Those whose results will be cancelled due to cheating will get the communication from their school heads. Candidates whose results have been cancelled due to any form of examination irregularity will be advised in writing through their respective school head teacher and heads are expected to inform candidates whose results have been withheld or cancelled.
Kenya National Examinations Council (Knec) Act, enacted in 2012, provides stiff penalties against those involved in exam malpractices.Anyone found leaking exam papers and other examination malpractices commits an offence and will be liable, upon conviction, to imprisonment for a term not exceeding five years or a fine not exceeding Sh1 million, or to both.
Also, anyone caught impersonating a candidate risks serving a jail term not exceeding two years, or a fine not exceeding Sh2 million, or to both. They will also be prohibited from taking an exam conducted by or on behalf of the council for a period not exceeding three years.