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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.
16:42
16:42

Uganda Muslim Supreme Council Shift Martyrs' Day Comemoration 1

Prof Badru Kateregga, the Chairperson of the Development Committee of the martyrs' site, said the Muslim commemoration will not coincide with Uganda Martyrs Day.
18:41
18:41

Climate Change: Environmental Activists Ask Gov’t To Fund, Scale Up Agroecology 2 2

Led by Xavia Ejoi, the Executive Director of Action Aid Uganda, the activists made this plea while speaking at the opening day of the two-day climate justice week of action symposium. The symposium organized to raise awareness about the environment and climate change as part of Climate Justice Week is taking place at Makerere University School of Public Health Auditorium.
15:46
15:46

Women Call For Improved Access To Information, Climate Change Financing 3

Participants suggested several strategies to improve information dissemination and financial access for women. These include community-based programs, using local languages in information campaigns, and increasing collaboration with women's groups. Additionally, they called for greater investment in gender-responsive climate initiatives that provide women with the tools and resources needed to lead climate action.
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.
19:51
19:51

Eid to be Held on Wednesday-Sharia Director committee 1 Top story

The announcement came from the Uganda Muslim Supreme Council (UMSC) following the moon sighting committee reporting negative results.
14:05
14:05

Archbishop Ssemogerere Urges Christians to Extend Good Deeds Beyond Lenten Season 6 1

Archbishop Ssemogerere emphasized the need for individuals to avoid sinful behavior and embrace a life guided by principles of self-discipline and Christian values
07:59
07:59

UBTEB Decries Reluctance to Provide Internship Opportunities to Trainees 2 1

Onesmus Oyesigye, the Executive Secretary said that there is reluctance by some industries to offer industrial training placement vacancies to the trainees yet this is very important in the acquisition of hands-on training.
13:01
13:01

Nsambya Youth Stir Souls with Passion Story Enactment on Palm Sunday Jesus Christ 2 3 Top story

Gathered in the gardens, which transformed into a makeshift theater, the youth adorned elaborate costumes reminiscent of Jesus' time, wielding props like spears for soldiers and robes for scribes and Pharisees.
20:20
20:20

More Voices Urge Gov’t To Increase Funding For Education Sector 1 3

Records indicate that the current expenditure on the education sector stands at approximately 11.3 percent of the total government expenditure, falling below the benchmark recommended by the Education 2030 Framework for Action. The framework suggests allocating at least 15 to 20 percent of public expenditure towards education.
10:29
10:29

OPM Urges Agencies, Institutions To Adopt Contingency Plans For Disaster Preparedness 1 2

Rose Nakabugo Bwenvu, Assistant. Commissioner Department of Disaster Preparedness and Management, says that having in place detailed strategy and plans is deemed essential for not only enhancing disaster preparedness but also ensuring swift and effective responses in times of crisis.
11:21
11:21

Muteesa I Royal University Granted Charter 1

In a letter dated March 13, 2024, The National Council for Higher Education confirmed that the charter, signed by the President, is pending gazetting by legal procedures.
09:35
09:35

Bugiri District Officials Remanded for Paying Fictious Salary Arrears 1

The court has heard that between March 2019 and December 2022 Ezakuru; the current CAO of Madi -Okollo District while employed as the Chief Administrative officer of Bigiri District together with Chief Finance Officer Nyende Mustapha and Senior Accountant Minsa Atoire irregularly initiated, validated and approved payment of fictitious salary arrears to a tune of 1.2 billion shillings to various employees of Bugiri District Local Government well knowing that their actions would occasion loss to the government.
15:49
15:49

80,643 Students Qualify For University Admission As UNEB Releases S.6 Exam Results 5 1 Top story

The results also indicate that 18,624 students achieved one principal pass, while 9,225 obtained a pass with one subsidiary pass. While this group of learners may not qualify for direct admission into a university degree program, they still have the opportunity to be admitted to institutions of higher learning to pursue diplomas and certificates in different fields.
20:01
20:01

Janet Museveni Addresses Question On Transition From Competence - Based To Existing A' Level Curriculum 4 1

Minister Museveni says that they have been guided by technical teams in the education sector that having learners of the revised curriculum progress into the existing A’level curriculum doesn’t comprise their subject or jeopardize their academic ground expected of them upon joining higher education.
18:02
18:02

14,879 Candidates Fail, Offered One-Off Chance To Resit Under Old Curriculum 1 3

Professor Celestino Obua, Chairperson of the Uganda Examinations Board (UNEB), highlighted that this group will be provided a one-time opportunity to resit the examination under the old curriculum.
15:36
15:36

Improved Performance As UNEB Releases Final Results Under Old UCE Curriculum 1 4 Top story

The minister also conveyed her joy over the improved results this year, as a larger number of learners are now qualified to progress to the next level of education compared to previous years. While appreciating this positive development, she acknowledged that it raises crucial questions about what was done differently this time and what factors contributed to this trend.
23:35
23:35

Education Reforms; UMDPC Recommends Unified Assessment For Medical Students 1 5

The Uganda Medical and Dental Practitioners Council holds the view that the national assessment will be part of the strategies to enhance the quality of medical education and training.
21:20
21:20

UNEB Grading Controversy Sparks Deep-Rooted Education Assessment Debate 1

The ongoing discussion is largely fueled by a social media post that seems to have been captured from a WhatsApp group of old boys of St Mary's College, Kisubi-SMACK90 and has gained traction through widespread sharing by various users.
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