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Change in Regards to Paying Exam Invigilators in 2022

Change in Regards to Paying Exam Invigilators in 2022

The Kenya National Examinations Council may provide teachers who worked on last year’s examinations and evaluations permission to remain longer without being compensated (KNEC).

According to Knec protocol, payment is made to its hired experts—including teachers, security officers, and drivers—after the completion and public disclosure of exam results.

Each year, Knec hires teachers to work as invigilators, supervisors, center managers, and examiners/markers to assist in the administration of national exams.

For the tests and assessments in 2022, a total of 28,408 teachers were employed as center administrators, 28,727 as supervisors, 74,990 as invigilators, and 5,647 as examiners.

Results for the KPSEA, KCPE, and KCSE have already been made public. However, information has come to light that indicates the government side, which is going through a financial crisis, is not doing well while teachers wait for payment from Knec.

The National Treasury’s CS, Professor Njuguna Ndung’u, disclosed the status of government coffers.

The government is struggling to raise revenue and satisfy its financial obligations, with money demand appearing to outnumber expenditure.

The most recent sign of financial distress is an overdraft arrangement they chose from the Central Bank of Kenya (CBK) for Sh30.2 billion.

Professor Ndung’u warned that counties will now have to wait even longer for sharing revenue distribution after revealing yesterday that the government is broke and struggling with scarce resources.

Sources claim that due to a cash deficit, the administration was forced to cease a number of projects and other services.

Speaking on the margins of a Senate induction training in Mombasa, Prof. Ndung’u claimed that the Treasury is currently under financial strain and unable to resolve the protracted impasse with governors that has rendered the majority of devolved units paralyzed.

Ndung’u stated, “We ask them to wait because we are in a financial hole, and that is why we want to tell them to wait as a solution is being found. We don’t have money, and we lack resources.

Government agencies, notably county governments, were counseled by the Treasury Secretary to exercise patience while awaiting funds.

Internal sources have advised teachers to brace themselves for difficult times because there is now no money, despite the fact that Knec has not made a statement regarding the issue of paying its hired experts.

The payment rates for KPSEA, KCPE, and KCSE contracted professionals are listed below.

KNEC 2022 PAYMENT RATES FOR CONTRACTED PROFESSIONALS

Contracted Professional Exam Region Pay Per Day Total Days engaged Total Pay
Centre Manager KCPE/KPSEA All Regions Sh500 4 Sh2,000
Centre Manager KCSE All Regions Sh500 18 Sh9,000
Invigilators KCPE/KPSEA All Regions Sh538 3 Sh1,615
Invigilators KCSE Nairobi & Mombasa Sh580 17 Sh9,860
Invigilators KCSE Other Regions Sh460 17 Sh7,820
Supervisors KCPE/KPSEA All Regions Sh621 4 Sh2,485
Supervisors KCSE Nairobi & Mombasa Sh695 18 Sh12,510
Supervisors KCSE Other Regions Sh630 18 Sh11,340
Security Officers KCSE All Regions Sh420 16 Sh6,720
Drivers KCSE All Regions Sh405 16 Sh6,480

 

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