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Apr 2019 9 results
19:17
19:17

MPs Question Mbarara University Officials over Illegal Businesses 2

Members of Parliament sitting on the education committee have today grilled Mbarara University leadership over the operation of illegal businesses within the institution.
18:55
18:55

Private Teachers' Colleges Perform Poorly in Grade III Certificate Exams 2 3

According to the results that were released on Wednesday, students who registered and sat for their examinations in private colleges scored the lowest results. The overall pass was 65 percent. However, the worst performers scored below 30 percent.
18:36
18:36

NCHE to Review Soroti University Opening education committee 1

Omoding told the MPs that they had written to NCHE to carry out an administrative visit on Thursday next week to verify the status of the university.
16:59
16:59

Mak Staff Tribunal Upholds Decision to Dismiss Registrar over Marks Alteration room

Delivering the ruling, George Omunyokol, the Tribunal Chairperson said all evidence adduced during the appeal process convincingly found Namusoke guilty of the unprofessional conduct.
13:52
13:52

Mak Staff Tribunal Reinstates Vice Chancellor's Former Personal Assistant accusation 1 1

The staff appeals tribunal has directed management to immediately reinstate, Elias Nuwagaba at Makerere University, saying disciplinary process leading to his dismissal from the university service had gaps.
13:23
13:23

Kizinda Parents School Closed over Strike 2

The students reportedly turned rowdy accusing the administration of failing to provide them with enough food, congestion in dormitories and failure to deliver on a promised scholarship scheme.
08:03
08:03

Rainstorm Devastates Oyam Primary School

The storm blew the roofs of six classroom occupied by more than 1,010 pupils. It also affected the school store and a teacher’s house. Minakulu Primary School is one of the most populated schools in Lango with 2,366 pupils. John Gutenberg Ogwang, the Minakulu Sub county LC 3 chairperson says leaders from areas affected by the disaster held a meeting on Tuesday afternoon to discuss the natural disaster.
07:34
07:34

Muni University Suspends Key Degree Programs over Lack of Funds 1 4

Muni University has failed to operationalise two new academic programs since their accreditation in 2017 by the National Council for Higher Education (NCHE) due to funding constraints.
06:51
06:51

Kabale University to Recruit 114 Staff 1

Prof. Allen Babugura, the Deputy Vice Chancellor in Charge of Finance and Administration at Kabale University, told the committee chaired by Pallisa County MP, Jacob Opolot explained that the additional funding is meant to cater for staff recruitment.
Apr 2019 9 results