Introduction of NEMIS in student verification a boost in secondary school games

National Education Management Information System (NEMIS)

The just concluded National Term One Games have been very successful with no cases of cheating due to the introduction of NEMIS which has made things easier for assessing students as per the database,

The Kenya Secondary Schools Sports Association (KSSSA) has had an easy time unlike previous years where students’ age cheating and impersonation was the greatest challenge. Introduction of NEMIS has corrected this gap and daunting task in secondary school. This means that the school has to provide students unique personal identifier (UPI) onto a special team list for verification and promoting equity and fairness in the school games.

The Ministry of Education, will however not allow schools which have not complied with the students registration New rule,.

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East African all school games is scheduled for August 14-26 in Arusha, Tanzania.

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