Excellence in the agriculture exhibition

BY AGATHA MUHAISE Uganda Christian University (UCU) has emerged second best organization, and best education institution, out of over 200 that participated in the 25th part of the annual Uganda National Agricultural Show that took place at the Nile Jinja showgrounds between July 17 and 23. Second to Kakira Sugar Works, UCU registered victory with a display of a 12m by 12m piece of land showcasing indigenous vegetables like amaranths and macrocarpon, products of an agriculture student, Allan James Kirunda, who manufactures organic papaya jam, agricultural research by two other…

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Produce graduates with relevant skills – Majaliwa

BY IVAN NAIJUKA The Prime Minister of Tanzania, Mr Kassim Majaliwa, has challenged education institutions to produce graduates with relevant skills and knowledge. “Today’s graduate should be competitive enough to meet the needs of the labour market at the national, regional, and international level,” he said while opening of the 12th Higher Education, Science, Technology and Innovation Exhibition that took place at Mnazi Mmoja Grounds in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, from July 26 to 29. At the event, organized by the Tanzania Commission for Universities (TCU) under the theme “Higher…

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UCU signs MoU with Mengo Hospital Board

Dr Rose Mutumba, the director of Mengo Hosiptal, the Chancellor, Archbishop Stanley Ntagali and the Vice Chancellor, Dr John Senyonyi, during the signing of the memorandadum of understanding at the Church of Uganda Provincial Offices. (Ivan Naijuka)

By BRIGHT NIWAHA and IVAN NAIJUKA Uganda Christian University (UCU) is set to start a medical school in May. The school will be based on Namirembe Hill in Kampala. On December 6, UCU signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Mengo Hospital to work hand-in-hand in training the learners. UCU and Mengo Hospital are both Church founded institutions. The MoU was signed at the Provincial Offices in Kampala. Since UCU started in 1997, its major academic programmes have been in the arts and humanities. But a few years ago, the…

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