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08:07
08:07

Professor Suggest Beats in Teaching Mathematics 1 5

They say a teacher can use songs to teach number facts, skip counting, fractions, geometry, and measurement.
05:48
05:48

UNEB Issues Last Call For Normal Registration For 2024 exam 2 1

Normal registration fees are set at 34,000 shillings for PLE, 164,000 shillings for UCE, and 186,000 shillings for Uganda Advanced Certificate of Education (UACE). Late registration for PLE will incur a 100 percent surcharge, while UCE and UACE candidates will face a 50 percent surcharge.
17:17
17:17

Gov't Faces Mounting Pressure to Implement Free, Compulsory Pre-Primary Education 1

In Uganda, less than 10 percent of children aged between 3-5 years are enrolled in formal pre-primary education while over half do not attend any school. In turn, families who want their young ones to go to school have to look for private ECD schools since there is no government provision of public pre-primary education.
08:32
08:32

Makerere University Staff Ask Nawangwe to Rescind Suspension of Deans Forum 1

The staff through their joint associations—Makerere University Academic Staff Association- MUASA, Makerere Administrative Staff Association- MASA, and Nuei said that the suspension is one of the continued actions that undermine fundamental human rights and academic freedoms at the university.
06:01
06:01

Makerere to Welcome New Deputy Vice-Chancellor for Finance and Administration After Seven-Year Vacancy 1 Top story

“Based on the above satisfactory performance, the search committee found the three candidates, namely; Prof. Alinaitwe Mwanaki Henry, Associate Professor Kirenga James Bruce, and Professor Mugisha Anthony, suitable for the position of second deputy Vice-chancellor. The search committee is presenting them to the senate for its consideration,” reads part of the search committee’s report.
09:48
09:48

Leaders Asked to Support Women Break Barriers to Advancement Skilling 2

Damalie Amaguru, the Uganda country coordinator for the Aga Khan foundation’s AGECS (Advocating for Gender Equality through Civil Society) project said breaking of barriers produces empowered women that can contribute to national and community social and economic progress.
11:38
11:38

Renovation of Mary Stuart Hall Starts 2 3

The renovation that will cost 10.5 billion Shillings is expected to be completed within one year
22:06
22:06

UBTEB Registers More Females For May-June Examinations 2 2

Statistics from Uganda Business and Technical Examination Board (UBTEB) reveal that this year, the board has registered a total of 32,726 candidates, who will be sitting for their examinations at 294 centers nationwide. Among these candidates, 17,357 are female, comprising an impressive 53 percent of the total candidature.
09:20
09:20

Makerere Installs Biometric Systems to Monitor Staff and Student Attendance 5 1

The Digital Staff Access System and Student Attendance System unveiled at a concise event hosted at the College of Computing and Information Science, have already been deployed at all teaching facility entrances.
16:48
16:48

Makerere to Merge College Journals Under University Press 3 1

Dr. William Tayebwa, Managing Editor of Makerere University Press, announced this initiative during the conclusion of the annual forum for graduate research and policy dialogue at Makerere University's Yusuf Lule Teaching Facility. The event witnessed discussions on over seventy research papers from diverse Ph.D. students.
17:18
17:18

Nawangwe Renews Call for Gov’t Sponsorship to PhD Students 4 1 Top story

Nawangwe also said that Makerere has for long wanted to graduate more PhDs in line with the World Bank’s call for African universities to produce at least 100,000 Ph.D. graduates annually to combat poverty. However, achieving this goal has been hindered by the high cost of Ph.D. education.
14:47
14:47

Trouble Escalates at Makerere Over Nomination of Prof. Bazeyo as Chancellor 1 Top story

The latest is a petition from the Makerere Joint Staff Associations of Muasa, Masa and Nuei asking President Yoweri Museveni not to consider appointing Professor Bazeeyo as the University Chancellor arguing that he is not qualified for the position.
08:18
08:18

Makerere University Launches Digital System to Store Students' Academic Records 4 1

The Digitalizing of Academic Records and Processes (DARP) project, initiated under the Makerere University Research and Innovations Fund (Mak-RIF) in 2021, signifies a transition from traditional paper-based methods to digital archiving, aimed at safeguarding the university's historical records.
20:43
20:43

Bar Course Students Overhwelm Law Development Centre LDC 3 1

It is feared that the numbers could affect the quality of graduates and eventually the law practice in Uganda.
08:44
08:44

Francophonie Day Celebrations Climax with Calls for Gov’t, Schools to Prioritize French Language Northern Uganda 4 3

One by one teachers who attended the event called on the government to empower French learning and encouraged school heads to embrace the language, claiming that it has an important role in opening employment opportunities for students.
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18:36

PUJAB Urged to Consider Slots for Higher Education Access Certificate 1 1

Okwakol said that it would be good if PUJAB included slots just like it does for the diploma and degree scheme, and entry scheme, among others, to help young people access education, and as well feel the importance of HEAP.
15:35
15:35

Makerere University Adjusts Examination Schedule 1

Last week, Makerere University and other higher education institutions adjusted their academic calendars to accommodate the upcoming National Population and Housing Census 2024, as directed by the Ministry of Education.
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13:16

Relief at Makerere as Gov’t Allocates Funds to Harmonize Salaries in its 12 Universities 1

The breakdown indicates that Makerere University Business School will receive the largest portion at Shs14 billion, followed by Makerere University with Shs12.6 billion. Other beneficiaries include Muni (Shs6.3 billion), Kyambogo (Shs6 billion), Lira (Shs4.7 billion), and Busitema (Shs3.9 billion) Universities.
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10:38

Makerere Gov’t Students Appeal for Review of Extended Semester Decision 1

The census is scheduled to take place from May 10 to May 19, 2024, spanning 10 days. As a result of this adjustment, the ongoing semester at Makerere University, initially slated to conclude on May 12, has been rescheduled.
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