CIRCULAR NO, 11/2022

TO: TSC SUB COUNTY DIRECTORS

NOMINATION OF THE CENTRE MANAGERS, SUPERVISORS AND INVIGILATORS WHO WILL BE INVOLVED IN THE ADMINISTRATION AND MANAGEMENT OF THE 2022 NOVEMBER EXAMINATIONS AND KPSEA SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT

1.00 The Kenya National Examinations Council (KNEC) shall administer the national examinations and summative assessments in the months of November and December 2022. These examinations and assessments are scheduled to take place from 21 st November 2022 to 23rd December 2022 as highlighted in the table below:

2.0 In preparation for the administration of the examinations and assessments, KNEC would wish to have the details of all the Centre Managers, Supervisors and Invigilators who will be engaged in the activity.

3.0 To this end you are required to identify, nominate and vet Centre Managers, Supervisors, and Invigilators who will be engaged in the exercise and thereafter deploy them into the CP2 system by 18th October 2022, through the following link/URL: https://cp2.knec.ac.ke

4.0 Ensure adherence to the following during nomination:

4.1 For every 200 candidates, deploy one supervisor; no supervisor should be deployed for hosted and KPSEA centres except for centres with KPSEA candidates only;

4.2 For every 20 candidates, deploy one invigilator. You are required to deploy invigilators to hosted and KPSEA centres based on the number of candidates in the examination centre;

4.3 Both hosted and hosting centres must have their own Centre managers. However, hosting Centre Manager will be expected to collect and return examination materials from the container.

5.0 Take note that the number of supervisors and invigilators should be adhered to especially during optional papers. The centre managers should ensure only the required number of supervisors and invigilators report each day of examinations and online attendance taken on daily basis. This will ensure teachers will not be idling in examination centres with no role to play.

DR NANCY NJERI MACHARIA, CBS
SECRETARY/CHlEF EXECUTIVE

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