TUK Rule The National Drama Festivals 2014
CAPA Executive BoardThe festivals were held in Nyeri. Over twenty universities were in attendance, TUK presented eight items, and attained the following results: cultural dance No. 1, coral verse No. 1, stand up commedy No. 1, mime No. 2, narrative No. 2, solo verse No. 3, modern dance No. 3 and a play which was not ranked but scooped several special awards. TUK was ranked as the most prolific university as... Full story on TUK Rule The National Drama Festivals 2014
TUK invigorates industry attachment for its students
The Technical University of Kenya (TUK) is implementing a programme under which it is examining students on industrial attachment alongside their academic studies in a bid to reinforce its' place within the learning system . In most cases attachment is not taken seriously and this is the reason, Cosmas Kanyadudi, the executive officer in the office of the vice-chancellor, says. It has been made an examinable unit. In what he describes as industry based learning (IBL). Mr. Kanyadudi explains: "We have designed it in such a way that the students’ supervisors at the company they are attached to... Full story on TUK invigorates industry attachment for its students
The Vice-Chancellor’s Appointment to Capa Executive Board
The Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Dr.-Ing. Francis W.O. Aduol, has been appointed to the Executive Board of the Commonwealth Association of Polytechnics in Africa (CAPA) as a regional representative (EAST). The Technical University of Kenya hosts the CAPA secretariat since its established in March 1977. CAPA has a membership of 173 post-secondary educational institutions, comprising polytechnics, technical universities, technical colleges and vocational training institutes in 18 African countries, including Kenya. The appointment is partly due to the Vice-Chancellor’s immense contribution to the... Full story on The Vice-Chancellor’s Appointment to Capa Executive Board