Category: Education

Academics
UNEB, Buddo, confirm Eronda is not Namilyango College S.4 candidate

Uganda National Examination Board (UNEB) has in writing confirmed that Eronda George William, 18, who was denied access to the examination room by Namilyango College Head Master isn’t their registered Candidate. We flagged this candidate, among others, who are appearing in two different centres. Namilyango College noticed the flag on their registration portal. On 26th […]

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Education
1000 Ugandan understudies enlist for Huawei ICT rivalry

1000 Ugandan understudies enlist for Huawei ICT rivalry. More than 1000 I.T understudies from Universities all over Uganda have enrolled to partake in the worldwide Huawei ICT rivalry enlistment that occurred in October. Through introductions by Huawei made to understudies in Makerere, Kyambogo, Mbarara University of Science and Technology. In addition, Nkozi, Mbarara, Kabale, Lira, […]

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Namilyango S.4 student asks court to issue arrest warrant against School Head-Teacher

George William Eronda, 18, a senior four student at Namilyango College – Mukono, has asked the court to issue an arrest warrant for the school headmaster and board chairman. Eronda Reg. no. U00064/046 was denied access to the UCE examination room after being indefinitely expelled on May 24, 2019, for allegedly teasing and bullying a […]

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Education
UACE: How to check for your results 2018

In this article, we show you how you can greatly check for your son’s or daughter’s UACE results. The Minister of State for Higher Education, John Chrysostom Muyingo, announced on Thursday, February 28, the results of the Uganda Advanced Examination Certificate (UACE) at the President’s Office, Kampala. Dan Odongo, the Executive Secretary of UNEB, states […]

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Kyambogo Lecturer moves to integrate computer vision, natural language processing to guide blind movements

Kyambogo University Lecturer Nkalubo Leonard from the Department of Computer Science is researching on how to “Integrating Computer Vision and Natural Language Processing” to guide blind movements. He confirmed that his research is on a case study based on the University’s disability unit (UNISE) and health informatics. The research was revealed during the 2019 Federated […]

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Education
NCHE launches online course registration portal for universities

The National Council for Higher Education (NCHE) has directed all institutions of higher learning across the country. Therefore they will be using the registration portal to upload all their courses on a new online system that will track accreditation. Speaking at the launch of the Integrated Management Information System (IMIS) at the NCHE offices in […]

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University of Pretoria awards Ms Jane Namusoke PhD in Counselling Psychology

University of Pretoria awards Ms Jane Namusoke PhD in Counselling Psychology. Friday 6th of September, 2019 will be a historic day. This is because one of the long-serving members in the Department of Psychology finally got her Ph.D. in Counselling Psychology. It’s with a speciality in “Counselor Supervision” which created rounds of smiles in the […]

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No reasons to strike for; let us resolve all problems through negotiation and not violence – Prof Nawangwe tells off Papa Were

Papa Salim Were government yesterday (Saturday) organized a consultative meeting to discuss multiple pressing issues that are affecting students. They include sex for marks scandals, scrapping of meals for students sleeping at the university, ‘scrapping’ of evening among others. According to the letter seen by Cyclone Times, Prof Nawangwe, the University Vice Chancellor was invited […]

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Makerere vote to phase out meals, internship allowances
Makerere to Scrap semester exams

Makerere University is piloting a new curriculum aimed at abolishing end-of-semester examinations and assessing students more broadly based on competence. University spokesperson Ritah Namisango said yesterday: “I can tell you that the strategic plan, which we finished designing this year, is purely based on changing the way of teaching and the content in class. We […]

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