Registration for March 2020 KNEC Business and technical examinations and referral papers, phased out programs is open as indicated in the dates provided below.
Registration of 2020 Business and Technical examinations
The system for registration of candidates for the March 2020 Business and Technical examinations is open and will dose on 7th February, 2020
Registration is done online and is accessible through the KNEC Website on the following link. https://registration.knec.ac.ke/online-tech
Candidates must adhere to all the instructions in the registration circular Ref: KNEC/GEN/EA/ PM/TE/ BE/2019/01.
A passport size photograph for each candidate must be uploaded onto the online system to complete the registration exercise.
A hard copy of the registration data and fee payment summary should be printed from the online system then verified, signed and stamped. This has to be submitted to KNEC with the required registration documents and bank deposit slips within the registration period.
Registration for November 2019 KNEC Referral Papers
Those candidates who sat for November 2019 Business and Technical examinations and were referred in either one or two papers are allowed to register for March 2020 examination.
The registration for these should be done between 22nd January and 7th February, 2020.
KNEC Registration for Phased Out Programs
Those candidates who sat for courses in Technical Education Programme (TEP) which were phased out and replaced with new NET modular programmes and were referred in either one or two papers are allowed to register provided that they have not attempted in more than five years.
Note: This will also apply in the next two subsequent examination series only.
KNEC Registration of Unqualified candidates or examination malpractices
Colleges are reminded that qualification of students should be strictly checked during admission for training and registration.
Registering unqualified students for examination is an irregularity and may lead to de-registration of an examination centre. The unqualified students will be automatically deleted from KNEC system without reference to the institution.
Institutions registering for Single and Group examinations should attach the lower qualifications for the subjects registered and submit to KNEC together with other registration documents referred above.
Institutions are required to sensitize their candidates on examination regulations. Centres that get involved in examination malpractices will be deregistered.
KNEC Payment of Fees for Business and Technical examinations
All institutions registering candidates will generate a bill online for the keyed in candidates on the platform and present it to either Kenya Commercial Bank, National Bank of Kenya, Equity Bank or Co-operative Bank of Kenya for payment
Not on Deadline: Registration dates have to be adhered to as NO candidate will be registered after Friday 7th February, 2020.
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