Nemis Crashes as School Use Manual List in form one admission
Thousands of Form One students joined their new schools Monday, with head teachers resorting to enrolling them manually when the electronic system failed.
Failure of the National Education Management Information System (Nemis) delayed the admission process, with schools in Vihiga County reporting having challenges using the online format.
School managers had to use a manual list to continue the enrolment uninterrupted. In Kakamega County, St Peter’s Boys High School Principal Cosmas Nabungolo said teachers will work overnight to transfer the students’ information onto the system.The school was allocated 395 Form One slots.
At Kisii High School, 366 students were admitted by last evening. The school expects a total of 587 Form Ones this year.
At Kereri Girls High School, 300 students had already been admitted by noon. The school expects 550 Form Ones, said Principal Teresia Atieno.
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