The Kenya Universities and Colleges Central Placement Service (KUCCPs) has broken its silence on alleged reports that it had increased the university entry points for the 2022 KCSE candidates.
In Statement on it Twitter page, the body termed the report as false.
KUCCPs asked candidates to rely on information from its official handles and ignore any other misleading content.
"Beware of false information circulating in online forums. Information on student placement will be communicated officially through this page, the KUCCPS website and official social media pages," KUCCPs tweeted.
KUCCPS is a State Corporation that provides career guidance and selects students for admission to universities, national polytechnics, technical training institutes and other accredited higher learning institutions for Government of Kenya-sponsored programmes.
Education CS Ezekiel Machogu released the 2022 KCSE results last week.
Students are soon expected to start the process of revising their courses in line with the grade they attained.
KUCCPS was established to coordinate the placement of Government-sponsored students to Kenyan universities and colleges; develop and implement career guidance programmes; disseminate information on available programmes; and collect and retain data relating to university and college placement, among other functions.
KUCCPS undertakes the selection of students for admission to higher learning institutions for Government sponsorship.
The Kenya Universities and Colleges Central Placement Service is established under the Universities Act, 2012.