KCPE Results 2014


KCPE Results 2014

This is how you will check KCPE results 2014 via SMS and online

To check the results for KCPE results 2014 online, go to the K.N.E.C website: http://www.knec-results.ac.ke/ and enter your Index number.

To check your KCPE results 2014 by SMS send an SMS with your Index Number to 22252 for Safaricom, Airtel and Orange networks.

However, schools will not be ranked this year according to their performance following a recent ban by Education Cabinet Secretary Jacob Kaimenyi.

The ministry also advised parents and pupils to check the KCPE results for any anomaly such as incorrect candidate’s name, school name and code as well as wrong subject grade and report to Knec within a month after the announcement.

Update: 19.12.2014 – KCPE Results 2014 Release Date

The 889,000 candidates who sat this year’s Kenya Certificate of Primary Education exams will know their results on December 29.

The Kenya National Examinations Council (Knec) also said in a statement Wednesday that letters would be sent to candidates whose results are withheld.

However, schools will not be ranked this year according to their performance following a recent ban by Education Cabinet Secretary Jacob Kaimenyi.

Until last year, schools were ranked according to the counties and the names of the top 10 and bottom 10 primary schools were published.

Prof Kaimenyi will release the results at Mitihani House, off Dennis Pritt Road in Nairobi.

In a statement, the newly appointed Knec CEO, Dr Joseph Kivilu, said candidates would also access their results by sending their index number to 22252 immediately after the results are released.

“Upon receipt of the results, thoroughly scrutinize the results for correctness and ensure the accuracy of names, index number and gender, school code and the individual subjects,” reads the statement from Knec.

Knec has given candidates a window period of one month to lodge their complaints on any discrepancies noted in the examination results.

In 2013, the exam results of 1,576 candidates were cancelled because of irregularities.

This year’s exams were conducted between November 12 and 14.

KCPE Results 2014: Govt abolishes student and school ranking on exam performance

The ranking of schools in national examinations has been banned to eliminate cut-throat competition among institutions.

Form Four and Standard Eight candidates will also not be ranked on the basis of their scores.

The new rules come into effect with those who sat the exams this year. The new policy is expected to end unethical practices by teachers in the rush for top positions.

Form One selection will now be determined by quotas, performance, affirmative action and the candidates’ school choices, according to a circular sent to schools this week.

This effectively means that candidates from public primary schools will secure more places in the national and top county schools compared to those from private schools. “Ranking of schools and students on the basis of national examination results, therefore, is discontinued with immediate effect,” says Education Principal Secretary Bellio Kipsang in the circular copied to county and district education officials.

However, the circular does not prescribe an alternative criteria to be used in gauging performance of schools and their candidates. It only spells out a raft of new guidelines and regulations aimed at improving school management and lowering learning costs.

The directive brings to an end a tradition in which national exams have been used as the only tool for grading schools.

The ranking method has been cited as a leading cause of unethical routine by some schools where bright candidates are registered in different streams from the rest to maintain top slots in the national list

Some schools have also been forcing weak learners to repeat classes while registering the weak ones in satellite schools.

CONDUCT REGULAR VISITS

Dr Kipsang says the government will conduct regular visits to schools to see if the new rules are being followed.

The rules are a blow to private schools because they retain the contentious Form One selection formula that favours pupils from public schools in admissions to the elite national schools.

The method has been challenged several times in court by private schools whose pupils have missed out on national school places despite attaining high marks in the examinations.

The formula is based on the notion that learners in private schools enjoy access to superior teaching materials and enough teachers as opposed to their counterparts in public schools.
“The number to be admitted from either public or private primary schools will be proportionate to the candidature in either category,” Dr Kipsang says in the regulations to be enforced in January.

The rules also put a stop to conversion of day schools into boarding schools unless approval is obtained from the Cabinet Secretary.

THREE STREAMS

County Education Boards have also been ordered not to register any new schools without clearance from the Cabinet Secretary.

New schools will only be sanctioned on the basis of their viability as determined by their proximity to other schools and the number of people in the area.

Public boarding secondary schools will have at least three streams with a class size of not more than 45 students each.

“Day schools already established in immediate neighbourhoods and have not raised a minimum of two streams with a class size of 45 that makes them viable will be merged except in arid areas where those with a single stream of as low as 25 in a class will be considered.”

The regulations are from recommendations of a task force on secondary school fees, chaired by former assistant Education minister Kilemi Mwiria.

In line with the task force’s recommendations, Dr Kipsang says public schools will be classified into three categories for the purpose of disbursement of grants, boarding, day and special schools. But for selection of Form One candidates, public schools will be classified into national, extra-county, county, sub-county and special.

As a result of the classifications day schools will be expected to charge annual fees of Sh11,105, boarding Sh38,969 and special schools Sh22,830. The government is expected to provide a subsidy of Sh12,780 per student per year for the regular schools and Sh32,605 for special schools.

The circular also asks the Teachers Service Commission to review the work load of teachers and cautions against employing many teachers on contract, a trend that leads to high learning costs.

KCPE Results 2014: Here is a guide to to KCPE 2013 results.

The Ministry of education has released the results for 2013 KCPE examination. Here are the results

KCPE Results –  2013

KCPE Results 2014

KCPE Results 2014

KCPE RESULTS: TOP TEN CANDIDATES (MALE AND FEMALE) NATIONALLY

1. KIMUTAI BRIAN – MALE – 444 – STEWARDS LIGHT  – NANDI
1.  OTIENO AKOTH DAPHNE – FEMALE – 444 – GOLDEN ELITE PREMIER- KISUMU
3.  MPEKETHU UNITER RIZIKI – FEMALE – 442 – KATHIGIRI B – MERU
3.  BOERA FELIX ROBERT – MALE – 442  – VITALE HGM – MAKUENI
3.  KOSKEY JONATHAN KIPKURUI – MALE – 442 – ST MARY’S  RUARAKA – NAIROBI
3.  NAMBIRO EMMANUEL MULAYI – MALE – 442 – THORN TREE SCHOOL – KAJIADO
7.  OMONDI JULLY LYDIA  AWUOR – FEMALE – 441 – M M SHAH – KISUMU
7.  ANGOLIO YUJIN MOSONGO – FEMALE – 441 – KENVIC SCHOOL – KAJIADO
9.  CHEPKORIR DORCAS CHERUIYOT – FEMALE – 440 – KERICHO PRIMARY – KERICHO
9.  MASILA TIMOTHY IAN KINDIU – MALE – 440 – NEWLIGHT KOMAROCK – NAIROBI
9.  ONYANGO ELIZABETH ATIENO – FEMALE -440 -TENDER CARE – NAIROBI
9.  NDETE VELMA IMALI – FEMALE – 440 – THORN TREE SCHOOL – KAJIADO

SUMMARY MALE 5 (41.67%) FEMALE 7 (58.33%) NOTE: There were more female candidates (58.33%) in the top ten positions compared to male candidates (41.67%).

KCPE RESULTS: TOP TEN MALE CANDIDATES NATIONALLY

POSITION – CANDIDATE NAME – TOTAL MARK – SCHOOL – COUNTY

1 KIMUTAI BRIAN – 444 – STEWARDS LIGHT SCHOOL – NANDI
2 BOERA FELIX ROBERT – 442 – VITALE HGM – MAKUENI
2 KOSKEY JONATHAN KIPKURUI – 442 – ST MARY’S RUARAKA – NAIROBI
2 NAMBIRO EMMANUEL MULAYI – 442 – THORN TREE SCHOOL – KAJIADO
5 MASILA TIMOTHY IAN KINDIU – 440 – NEWLIGHT KOMAROCK – NAIROBI
6 SIMATWO KELVIN KIPKEMBOI – 439 – MAKINI NGONG ROAD ACADEMY – NAIROBI
6 GITAHI BRIAN NJOROGE – 439 – STRATHMORE – NAIROBI
8 NYANJE JOTHAM MAKWATA – 438 – ST. PATRICK’S HILL SCHOOL – KAJIADO
8 RORAT MARK LEKINA – 438 – MOLO ACADEMY – NAKURU
8 RUGUT KIPROP CLINTON – 438 – KAPSABET HIGHLANDS – NANDI
8 MWENDWA ABRAHAM MUTINDA – 438 – ST. SCHOLASTICA ACADEMY – NAIROBI
8 IRUNGU IAN KAMAU – 438 – NEWLIGHT KOMAROCK – NAIROBI
8 GARIY SAMUEL OTIENO – 438 – RUARAKA ACADEMY – NAIROBI
8 MUTUKU EMMANUEL MUUO – 438 – STAR SHEIKH ACADEMY – MACHAKOS

KCPE RESULTS: TOP TEN FEMALE CANDIDATES NATIONALLY

1 OTIENO AKOTH DAPHNE – 444 – GOLDEN ELITE PREMIER – KISUMU
2 MPEKETHU UNITER RIZIKI – 442 – KATHIGIRI B – MERU
3 ANGOLIO YUJIN MOSONGO – 441 – KENVIC SCHOOL – KAJIADO
3 OMONDI JULLY LYDIA AWUOR – 441 – M M SHAH – KISUMU
5 ONYANGO ELIZABETH ATIENO – 440 – TENDER CARE – NAIROBI
5 CHEPKORIR DORCAS CHERUIYOT – 440 – KERICHO PRIMARY – KERICHO
5 NDETE VELMA IMALI – 440 – THORN TREE SCHOOL – KAJIADO
8 GIDEON CYNTHIA NYARANDA – 439 – TENDER CARE – NAIROBI
8 NDEGWA JOY WAMBUI – 439 – NYERI HILLSTEAD SCHOOL – NYERI
8 ODHIAMBO WANJIKU SHEILA – 439 – HILL SCHOOL – KAKAMEGA

KCPE RESULTS: TOP FIVE PUBLIC SCHOOLS NATIONALLY

1. MERU – KATHIGIRI B PRIMARY SCHOOL
2. NANDI – ST MATHEW’S SEPTONOK PRIMARY SCHOOL
3. HOMA BAY – M.P.I.S PRIMARY SCHOOL
4. NYAMIRA – ST ANDREWS KAGGWA BOYS PRIMARY SCHOOL
5. NANDI – ALL SAINTS KEBULONIK ACADEMY

KCPE RESULTS: TOP FIVE PRIVATE SCHOOLS NATIONALLY

1. NAIROBI – MAKINI NGONG ROAD ACADEMY
2. MOMBASA – NYALI ST KEVIN ELITE
3. NAIROBI – NEWLIGHT KOMAROCK
4. BOMET – CHELSA ACADEMY
5. MERU FRED’S ACADEMY


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