The 2016 Business KNEC Certificates are out. The students are therefore required to check with the exam secretary and raise any query before 20th March 2018. Any queries raised later will attract a penalty of Ksh. 5,000.00. Queries include missed certificates and wrongly printed certificates.
Coast National Polytechnic Lecturer Joshua Owiti [centre] and his students Collins Ochieng and Asha Abdalla demonstrate how to make blocks from organic waste for sustainable development during the Coast Technical and Vocational Education Training exhibition held in Kilifi town
Notice from Examination The November 2017 KNEC results have been released. The concerned students are advised to check their results and raise any query latest 2nd March 2018. Queries raised later will attract a penalty of Ksh 5000 payable to KNEC offices.