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Concerns are emerging over the admission to universities and colleges of more than 880,000 Kenyan students who completed the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) exam in 2022.
Reasons for KUCCPS portal opening delays.
According to reliable sources, the following are the key causes of the delays:
KUCCPS has not yet fully uploaded the KNEC database’s results for KCSE 2022 students to the KUCCPS database.
Another major concern is the insufficient funding from universities and colleges to support KCSE 2022 candidates in both private and public institutions. This is owing to the difficult economic conditions that the country is currently experiencing as a result of the high rate of inflation.
There are also reports that KUCCPS, via the CUE, may want to raise the minimal KCSE entry marks for universities.
Another suggestion presented by the president-appointed education task force is to raise university tuition from 16,000 to 52,000, which would also contribute to the delay.
University and college administrators have expressed grave concern about the delays in opening the KUCCPS portal for the 2023 intake.
This will have a significant impact on these students’ learning and education schedules.
Parents are concerned about fake placement messages and posters claiming that the Kenya Universities and Colleges Central Placement Service (KUCCPS) website is open in order for their children to study for exams.
According to The Standard, delaying the rollout of the KUCCPS portal could cost money.
The delay is undeniably infuriating, but a VC says, “We don’t want to address it right now because we have a meeting in Mombasa when we will also ask questions about it.”
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Mercy Wahome, CEO of KUCCPS, anticipates that the procedure will take around two and half months to complete, giving students enough time to choose their career choices.
The first revision of the KUCCPS Marketable courses for KCSE 2022 students is now available online.
Because August and September are college and university reporting months, I urge every candidate and parent to calm.
Candidates for the KCSE in 2022 will have sufficient time to select their preferred courses, complete revisions, and even request transfers if they are dissatisfied with the programs or institutions they have chosen.
While addressing the announcement of the previous year’s KCSE exam results, Machogu directed KUCCPS to begin the placement process as soon as possible.
He also remarked that the Commission for University Education (CUE) and the Technical and Vocational Education and Training Authority (TVETA), two higher education regulating bodies, should coordinate to ensure that all educational institutions are ready to accept new students.
The Kenya National Examinations Council, according to Dr. Wahome, has already released KUCCPS candidate results, and officials have examined the institutions’ qualifications.
“We are awaiting authorization,” she said before allowing students access to the platform.KUCCPS completed its task.
Candidates for the KCSE 2022 exam will be able to choose their courses using the KUCCPS Students Portal online Application before May.
The portal is anticipated to be open in late April or early May 2023.