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Parents, officials, and students are concerned about the KUCCPS Portal Delays.

Parents, officials, and students are concerned about the KUCCPS Portal Delays.

Parents, officials, and students are alarmed about KUCCPS’s delays in opening the portal. expressing concern about the admission of more than 880,000 students who took the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) exam last year to universities and colleges.

Some think that the selection procedure may have been delayed due to uncertainty surrounding the amount of money available to sponsor students at public universities.

Government representatives are considering whether to raise university cutoff scores or tuition costs.

Also, it is becoming more and more clear that college and university officials are concerned about how the prolonged delay in course revision may influence their class schedules.

Also, fake placement messages and banners alerting parents that the Kenya Universities and Colleges Central Placement Service (KUCCPS) website has launched so that their children can prepare for exams worry parents.

College presidents and vice chancellors who spoke to the media warned that a KUCCPS portal delay could be expensive.

We don’t want to talk about it right now because of a meeting in Mombasa where we’ll also want to learn more about it, but obviously this delay is bad, the VC said.

Ezekiel Machogu, Cabinet Secretary for Education, gave the opening remarks at the first edition of the biennial Kenya Universities Funding Conference, which had as its theme Universities for Sustainable Future. During the meeting, prominent members of the ministry and business are present.

The VC said, “We are hopeful that during this conference some choices will be made. That way, we won’t have to keep them waiting in suspense as they pursue their dream careers.”

It will take around 2.5 months to finish this process and give students the ability to make judgments, according to Mercy Wahome, chief executive officer of KUCCPS, who announced this yesterday.

Dr. Wahome noted that because most schools start their academic year in August, it takes a month for students to transfer and for parents to get ready for their children’s admission.

This suggests that the KUCCPS site ought to have been made available by the middle of February in order to satisfy the stringent deadlines for placement and admissions.

Machogu gave KUCCPS the order to start the placement process immediately away when he spoke during the announcement of the KCSE exam results from the previous year.

He continued, “The Placement Service should also engage with higher education regulatory bodies, such as the Commission for University Education (CUE) and the Technical and Vocational Education and Training Authority (TVETA), to ensure that all educational institutions are prepared to accept new students.

Dr. Wahome claims that the Kenya National Examinations Council has already provided candidate results to KUCCPS, and that authorities have examined the universities’ and institutions’ capabilities.

“KUCCPS finished the job. Before granting students access to the site, she continued, we are seeking approval.

According to insiders, the President was slow to approve the recommendation made last week by the Presidential Working Party on Education Reforms to increase university tuition from Sh16,000 per year.

The government-subsidized tuition for students (Sh16,000.00) has not increased since 1989. According to the research, it should be increased to a minimum of $48,000 to $52,000.

Finding a balance in the placement and admissions process that is fair to all students continues to be difficult, according to a source from the Ministry of Education.

Are all 173,345 students who got grades of C+ or higher eligible for admission to universities?

If all qualified applicants were accepted, the government would require about Sh30 billion just for university tuition.

The government normally provides Sh140,000 to each university student each academic year to cover tuition. This is equivalent to Sh24.3 billion annually for all 173,345 students.

More than 140,000 students would be impacted by the Higher Education Loans Board (HelbSh5.7 )’s billion funding shortfall, Charles Ringera, the organization’s chief executive, told legislators last week.

The organization provides long-term loans for upkeep and the purchase of school supplies for kids in the amount of Sh40,000 to Sh60,000 per year.

This demonstrates that the Sh5.7 billion is predicated on the figure of Sh40,500 per year for each university student.

If the 100% transfer policy were to be adopted at this level, additional billions would be needed to support the 672,841 students who obtained grades C and D-.

The government provides Sh30,000 in capitation funds each year for TVET students. For each TVET student, Helb needs about Sh40,000 per year, plus any maintenance funds provided to students. Sh56,000 is the typical TVET tuition.

Ringera’s yesterday comment that “things will be clearer after the task force turns in its final report” is that “Helb cannot provide any information on financial predictions.”

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