Monday, March 11, 2013

Enabling access for 2012 KCPE and KCSE results

It was not 'business as usual' for 2012 KCPE  and KCSE students around Nguruman as they flocked to the Maarifa centre not to have their usual daily computer classes, but to have access to their results soon after their release by Ministry of Education. Excitement and fear was clearly seen on their faces they scrolled through National Examination Council website not sure about their fate.

The KCPE students and their class teacher had visited the Maarifa centre sometimes last year (New technology for KCPE candidates) to learn how to use computers for communication and soon after their exam, majority of them enrolled for free computer training offered at Nguruman  Maarifa centre.

Some 2012 KCPE & KCSE students during  ICT training session

Rose vivian, a former student at Entasopia primary was very excited to check her results online and had this to say... "I am excited to see my results on-line.. I didn't imagine this could be possible until I succeeded. we  appreciate the ICT training and internet connection  which has made the access possible."

Soon after the form four results were announced, the students were anxious to have their results and flocked at the Maarifa centre to have free on-line access. George Lomunyak, an ICT student at the maarifa centre and former student at Peterson memorial secondary school was glad to have his results and could not hide his joy as he received a printout of the same.

George after receiving a print out of his KCSE results

This is what he had to say... "I am glad to have accessed my KCSE results at Nguruman Maarifa centre and I am taking this print out to my parents at home to see what I scored since I couldn't access it at school as they had closed for mid term and my parents are anxious to see details of the results... I encourage youths around Nguruman to tap the opportunity and get trained on ICT skills..." he added.

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