The Ministry of Education and Sports released the dates on which education institutions will re-open to non-candidates and non-finalists so they can complete the 2020 academic year.
Makerere University Regional Centre for Crop Improvement (MaRCCI) will soon unveil its Shs2.8 billion facility at Makerere University Agricultural Research Institute Kabanyolo (MUARIK).
After receiving a report from the education ministry on the preparedness of education institutions to resume operations, the cabinet agreed that they be re-opened but in a phased manner.
The ministry of education and sports will deliver “a full report on the state of preparedness for learners” to resume studies during the cabinet meeting tomorrow, the Minister of ICT and National Guidance Judith Nabakooba said in a Sunday statement.
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Makerere University on Wednesday released it 2020/2021 academic year calendar, showing that first-year students will report to the institution on January 30.
They’ll then go through orientation, which will start on that day and run up to February 5.
President Yoweri Museveni has commissioned the newly constructed Kabwele Memorial Secondary School in Kanyum County, Kumi District. The School was constructed in memory of over 38 lives that were lost during Alice Lakwena insurgency on 19th, Sept 1987.
A total of 1,181,666 candidates have registered to sit for national examinations (PLE, UCE and UACE) in the coming year, the UNEB Executive Secretary Dan Odongo said in a statement.
Prof. William Bazeyo, the outgoing acting deputy vice chancellor in charge of Finance and Administration (DVCFA) at Makerere University (Mak) officially handed over office to his replacement, Dr. Josephine Nabukenya, who will also serve in acting capacity.
Victoria University has on Tuesday inaugurated 14 new Council members and attached them to their areas of specialization.