Beautiful university structures in Kenya: Libraries, hostels, lecture halls, administration blocks, entertainment places, dinning places and seminar rooms are just but a few of the structures that depict the beauty of a university. Studies show that, about 50% of high school students select their courses by considering the beauty of a university. A study done by the best colleges an online company indicates that students who graduate from beautiful universities report higher level of satisfaction with their university experience. Kenya has more than 70 universities. Kenyayote tries its best to ensure that our news fairly cover atleast all universities in… Read More »
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Ministry of education has today released a statement highlighting how KCSE 2021 candidates will travel in and out of locked counties. Traveling of Students amidst locked down The last paper of KCSE 2021 will be done on 21st April 2021. Other candidates will complete their exams earlier than that. With the lock down in Nairobi County, Machakos County, Kiambu County, Kajiado County and Nakuru County, schools will have to make special arrangements with parents on how their children will move out and into locked counties. A statement released by the ministry of education principal secretary Julius Jwan on 9th April… Read More »
Below is a list of the top 40 Universities on Twitter in Kenya. The list is arranged according to the number of twitter followers the main University twitter page had by the time of publishing this article. 1. University of Nairobi Twitter Username: uonbi Followers: 101.5k 2. Kenyatta University Twitter Username: KenyattaUni Followers: 53.8k 3. Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology Twitter Username: discoverjkuat Followers: 37.9k 4. Mount Kenya University Twitter Username: MountKenyaUni Followers: 30.1k 5. Moi University Twitter Username: moiunikenya Followers: 17.5k 6. Catholic University of Eastern Africa University Twitter Username: cuea_official Followers: 10.4k 7. KCA University Twitter… Read More »
Every student admitted to Kenyatta University must have a laptop that meets specifications highlighted elbow. That is according to a memo released by the institution. Why a Laptop is Mandatory at Kenyatta University According to Kenyatta University’s office of the academic registrar, all new and continuing students must have a laptop to facilitate online learning. The University says that some classes will be offered online while others will be offered face to face. Kenyatta University Laptop Specifications Students should buy laptops that have the following features as directed by the management: Operating system: Windows 8.1 or Windows 10 … Read More »
What follows is a ranking of the top 50 universities on Facebook in Kenya. The list is based on popularity, that is the total number of likes that the main University’s Facebook page has. This data was collected on 25th June 2020 and therefore is subject to change overtime. 1. Kenyatta University fb Likes: 203,398 fb page : Kenyattauni 2. Mount Kenya University fb likes: 110,137 fb page: mountkenyauniversity 3. Maseno University fb likes: 60,821 fb page: MasenoUniversity 4. Africa Nazarene University fb likes: 51,171 fb page: anu.ac.ke 5. University of Nairobi fb likes: 44,553 fb page: uonbi.ac.ke 6. Moi… Read More »
First year admission guide in Kenya: After years of hard work and determination in your studies, it is finally that time for you to join university and further your studies to achieve your career goals. So, what happens on the first day of admission? What are you supposed to do and not do? What are you supposed to carry and not carry? Join University fb Groups Universities students have Facebook groups where they discuss about the happenings in the University. Joining such groups will give you an idea of what life is like in the University that you will be… Read More »
Below is a guide on how campus students should file KRA Income Tax returns as Nil if unemployed. If you are studying and employed, you should file your income returns to avoid fines and penalties. Should Students File KRA Income Tax Returns? Yes, everyone with a KRA pin should file returns. Tax returns are only filed for the year ended. For example, if you are filing your returns in 2021, they should be from 2020 January 1st to 2020 December 31st as provided in the tutorials below. Failure to file returns attracts a penalty of Ksh. 20,000 every year. Kra… Read More »
Below is a step by step guide on how to apply for HELB online and how to appeal if your application is rejected for providing incorrect or incomplete information. The procedure of online application includes the documents that one needs to have to help him or her when applying for HELB for the first time and online application guide. The maximum amount of HELB that each university student can get is ksh. 60,000 and the minimum HELB loan awarded to students is ksh. 35,000. Helb Application Requirements Although the procedure of HELB application is done online. One is required to… Read More »
UON Boycott Online Classes, has been dominating Kenya’s trend on twitter for a better part of the day as the University of Nairobi students took to social media to air possible reasons why the institution can’t conduct online classes for its students. University students just like every other school-going children have been at home for the second week now since the president Uhuru ordered the closure of all learning institutions across the country as a measure to curb the growth of Covid-19 infections. The government has been on the frontline encouraging students and teachers to continue with learning processes through… Read More »