KNEC Opens CBA Portal for CBC Learners To Select Schools, Transfer
The Kenya National Examination Council (KNEC) has opened the Competency-Based Assessments (CBA) portal for learners choose preferred schools as they transit to the 6-2-3-3 system ( see list of schools here).
The CBA portal, also called Competency Based curriculum (CBC) portal, involves procedures on parents can register, capture and compare the scores of learners against the school selected.
It will be possible for a learner to register for any school of choice and at concurrently transfer from one institution to another.
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Once a learner has been registered a parent will be required to access the CBA portal through the KNEC website.
How to Register
- Login and select a grade and level
- Click on Register Learners button
- Click on Add Learners button
- Capture leaner details are required
- Click on Save learner button
Its is important to note that the selection and registration process is only limited to Grade 3 for the Age-Based pathway or at Foundation and Intermediate for Stage Based pathway.
If an error is made during the registration process no need to worry since the council has made it possible to amend the process.
At this stage, a parent will select a learner, click on Edit button then on Save Learner button, you will be requested to update the details.
To remove a learner, a parent will be asked to select the learner then click on Delete button.
One of main requirements for a parent to transfer a learner transferring to another school is to provide the assessment number. If not available, the assessment number can be searched using the learner’s previous school code or school name.
At this stage, a learner will have to access the CBA portal through the KNEC website and follow the below procedures;
- Login with the School Username and Password to select a Grade or Level
- Click on the Register Learners button
- Click on Add Learner from Another School (transfer) button
- Key in the Assessment Number for the learner then click the Find button
- Click on the Transfer button
After completing the above-required procedures, a transfer request shall be sent to the previous school. Upon accepting the request, the learners shall be transferred automatically.
KNEC advised that in case a learner faces challenges with transfer process, he/she can contact the Sub County Director of Education.
The government made it possible for a parent or learner to exercise full authority by declining a school of no choice. This also involves steps in which a learner will still have to visit the CBA portal.
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