ICS Journal


The CPS examination in Kenya is administered by KASNEB. In order to register as a KASNEB student a candidate is required to possess the following minimum qualifications:

a) Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) examination with an aggregate of at least C Plus (C+) provided the applicant has obtained a minimum grade of C Plus (C+) in both English and Mathematics.

b) KASNEB technical or professional examination certificates.

c) A degree from recognized Institutions. (Exemptions may be granted to holders of degrees, diplomas and certificates from recognised universities, polytechnics, other institutions of higher learning and other examination bodies in East Africa).

d) Such other certificates or diplomas as may be approved by KASNEB and other examination bodies in East Africa.
Persons holding diplomas, degrees, or other professional qualifications can apply to kasneb for exemptions in some exams.
Qualified persons who wish to register as members are required to apply through the Registration of Certified Public Secretaries Board (RCPSB). Members who desire to practice are required to obtain a practicing certificate issued by RCPSB, after meeting the prerequisite requirements which among other things include being members of the Institute in good standing for at least two years.

5th Floor,

Kasneb Towers II

Hospital Road, Upper Hill

P. O. Box 58218-00200 Nairobi. Kenya

Email: regcpsb@gmail.com

Phone: 0706 376 624