Narok education stakeholders have called on examination managers to remain vigilant as the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education examinations commence today.
Narok County Commissioner Evans Achoki said all examinations protocols must be adhered to warning the examination managers against taking the exams into their offices saying it is against the guidelines set by the Kenya National Examination Council (KNEC).
Achoki reminded the managers that lateness will not be condoned during saying teachers must report to their work stations on time.
He said the examinations shall be escorted by two armed police officers who must also remain within the school premises to offer security to the students as they sit for their exams.
Narok County Education Director Ms. Jane Njogu called on the examination managers to ensure they are in compliance of the COVID-19 regulations as advised by the Ministry of Health.
Narok County Director of Education Benard Kimachaas on the other hand called on the teachers to uphold high standards of integrity warning them against irregularities.
He also urged school heads to submit a list of all teachers and workers in their respective schools, to be submitted to the department of Health so that they can receive the COVID-19 jab.