The decision arises from an application filed on September 14, 2021, by 45 students who sought a halt to the graduation ceremony fixed for September 21 to September 23 2021 because their names were missing from the list of graduands.
The students led by Keneth Masereka want the graduation that is slated to start on September 21st to September 23rd 2021 halted pending the determination of their case where they are challenging the decision to exclude them from the graduation list.
According to the letter, first-year students will self-enrol online between March 22nd, 2021 and April 11th, 2021 and officially report to the University on April 10th, 2021. The University is also preparing to release a detailed program for semester one and two of academic year 2020/2021 and graduation.
Dr. John Okuonzi, the Director of Information Communication and Technology and Services Kyambogo University, says management approved the decision to invest in online learning platforms after realising that the Covid19 pandemic may take long to warrant face to face learning.
In his suit before the High Court Civil Division, Isiiko contends that the security firm acknowledged the incident and wrote to the Administrator General indicating that they were processing settlement from their insurers for Bukoyee’s death resulting from the conduct of their staff.
The registration is part of the Teacher Management and Information System (TMIS) exercise introduced by the Education Ministry last year, to streamline the registration of teachers in the country and harmonize their records for better planning. The exercise is planned to end in December 2019.