Kenyatta University Cisco Networking Academy February 2016 Intake
Kenyatta University Cisco Networking Academy in its teaching role wishes to advertise Full time & Part-time courses in PC Hardware and Software maintenance and CCNA 1 for all Form IV leavers and CCNA Security. The course will be offered in Kenyatta University Main Campus, City Campus, Kitui, Mombasa, Nakuru, Nyeri, Kericho, and Embu Campuses.
Mode of Learning -
- February intake starts on 8th February 2016
- The students are expected to attend four hour of training each day during weekdays for a period of four weeks.
- The four hours each day will include both theory and practical lessons.
- EVENING CLASSES (Starting at 5:30pm) AND SATURDAY CLASSES WILL BE AVAILABLE IN ALL OF OUR CAMPUSES INDICATED ABOVE FOR THOSE WISHING TO STUDY PART TIME.
REGISTRATION OF REGULAR STUDENTS FOR MAY – AUGUST 2016 TEACHING PRACTICUM
This is to inform all 3rd and 4th years B.ED students that the registration for May – August 2016 Teaching Practicum exercise will take place as from 11th January to 22nd January 2016.
Registration of students based at the main campus will take place at the Teaching Practicum and Mentorship Centre offices at the Directorate complex Ground floor Wing c while those at Satellite campuses will be at their respective campuses.
Requirements for registration
1. Photocopies of National and Students’ IDs
2. Academic results printout
3. A copy of bank slip with TP fee (ksh.9,000) for self – sponsored students
N/B: List of schools to remain as in registration of IBP AND DSVOL
Court reinstates Prof. Olive Mugenda as Kenyatta University VC
The Labour Relations Court has reversed earlier orders sending Kenyatta University Vice Chancellor Prof. Olive Mugenda on terminal leave pending hearing of a case challenging her ouster filed by activist Okiya Omtatah.In his ruling, Justice Nduma Nderi suspended the orders initially granted by Justice Helen Wasilwa and further directed Prof. Mugenda to resume office for 14 days to execute her duties until the 18th of January when the case will be heard.
Justice Wasilwa had also stopped the ongoing recruitment for the Kenyatta University Vice Chancellor’s position pending hearing of the petition.This comes barely three weeks after Omtatah moved to court claiming that Prof. Mugenda had completed her mandatory term and should vacate office on a six-month leave pending retirement.The activist stated that less than six months to the end of her term, no advertisement has been placed in the media to fill the vacancy.
He said the best practice in the public service is for those whose terms are about to expire to go on a six-month leave pending retirement.A group of students also called for extension of her term to enable her complete the many projects she had started at the university.
Prof. Mugenda has had an illustrious career at the university where she spearheaded a massive expansion of facilities and raised student enrollment to the current 70,000 — one of the highest in the country to date.She is credited with turning the university from a centre for education training to a multi-disciplinary institution.Before ascending to the top position, Prof. Mugenda was a Deputy Vice Chancellor and previously held various leadership positions at the university.
She has earned several awards for her leadership.In 2013, she won the Lifetime Achievement Award at the Eastern Africa chapter of the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur.