Education CS George Magoha is set to release the report for placement of universities for 2019 Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) students.
The announcement will be made today, Tuesday, June 2, and will see over 500,000 students get their placement.
In the 2019 KCSE results, over 125,448 students scored C+, the university entry grade and qualified for degree courses. 385, 860 scored between grade C and D. This lot qualified for diploma and certificate courses.
In general, candidates who attained C- qualified for diploma courses. Those who attained D plain and above are eligible for craft certificate courses while those who got D- and E can undertake artisan certificate courses.
The announcement will have an added incentive on it, as the government will raise an additional Ksh 7.5 billion (total will be at Ksh 17.5 billion) to cater for the increased number of students who qualify for university courses.
Each student will receive aid of up to Ksh 140,000 per academic year.