The county government of Uasin Gishu County through its education ministry yesterday held a bursary disbursement award ceremony at the county headquarters in Eldoret town. A total of Ksh 95million was released to support 13,962 students from different tertiary institutions. Uasin Gishu County Assembly Chair for Education committee, Hon. Noah Kemboi proposed that the less… Read More »
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Vice Chancellors (VCs) held a meeting on Friday 21 st February with Education Cabinet Secretary George Magoha and approved a proposal that will make it easier for the government to merge universities. This comes amid false starts since the Cabinet Secretary announced the plans more than a year ago. The new strategy intends to make… Read More »
Kenyan students living in Wuhan the Chinese City affected by the deadly Coronavirus will receive sh1.3 million from the Kenyan government for upkeep. Also, the Chinese government through the Kenyan Embassy will provide Sh500,000 worth of goods to be used by the trapped students. Addressing the media on Thursday, Government Spokesman Oguna said the treasury… Read More »
Legislators are expected to question education CS George Magoha, Inspector General of Police Hillary Mutyambai and TSC CEO Nancy Macharia over the disruption of learning in Northeastern counties following terror attacks on non-local teachers. The three have been summoned to appear before the house committee on education by Tuesday 25th February 2020. The three are… Read More »
The Kenya National Union of Teachers (KNUT) has given the TSC one week notice to hold a consultative meeting over Teacher Professional Development (TPD) Modules. KNUT Secretary-General Wilson Sossion who was Speaking in Maanzoni, Machakos County on Tuesday, has called on Cabinet Secretary for Labour and Social Protection Simon Chelugui and his Education counterpart George… Read More »
Education Cabinet Secretary Prof George Magoha has asked universities to stop setting up more satellite campuses countrywide. The professor said that it is of no importance to set up campuses all over even in areas with already established universities The CS was speaking in Nairobi on Monday when he opened a one-week conference on university… Read More »