TU-K Surge in Performance Contracting

Mr Peter Kariuki from the Public Service Performance Management Unit hands the PC scoresheet to the Chairman of the University Council, Dr Idle Farah as a Council member, Hon. David Koech as the Vice-Chancellor, Prof Benedict Mutua looks on.

The Technical University of Kenya surpassed its performance targets for the 2022/2023 performance contract period. This was disclosed after the conclusion of the Performance Contract evaluation exercise that was held in the University’s Conference Room on Friday 22nd September 2023.

Mr Peter Kariuki and Ms Mary Lokoro, senior officers from the Public Service Performance Management Unit conducted the external evaluation on behalf of the Government and noted that TU-K had scored more than 100 per cent in most of its performance indicators.

The officers announced that TU-K had achieved a composite score of 2.8734 out of the possible score of 1.0. This was a huge improvement from the 3.5 composite score TU-K attained in the 2021/2022 performance Contract period.

Speaking after receiving the results from the evaluators, the Chairman of the University Council, Dr Idle Farah congratulated the staff led by the Vice-Chancellor, Prof Benedict Mutua for the splendid job.

The VC said the University will work harder and do even better in the current PC period. “I am passionate about performance. I assure you we will surpass our target.”

Prof Mutua congratulated the staff for having worked so hard to improve the service delivery to the public. He singled out Dr Agnes Gachau, the Director for Planning and Quality Management for diligently coordinating the staff and assembling the necessary documents as prove of the University performance. 

 Present during the evaluation exercise was Hon. David Koech, a member of the University Council, Deputy Vice-Chancellors, Prof Paul Wambua and Prof Alfred Orina as well as members of the University Management Board.

The areas the University was evaluated on include:

  • Financial stewardship;
  • Implementation of Presidential directives;
  • Service delivery;
  • Core mandate (teaching, research and community service);
  • Access to Government procurement opportunities;
  • Promotion of local content in procurement; and
  • Cross-cutting issues such as disability and gender mainstreaming, corruption, national values and HIV/Aids prevention, among others.

The performance contract period runs concurrently with the financial year that starts on 1st July through 30th June.


Certificate Authentication Sitting

To all staff members : 
Special sittings for authentication of academic and professional certificates

Read More on Certificate
Authentication Sitting

Validation and Confirmation
of Diploma and Higher
Diploma Certificates

Schedule of Certificate

Conference Announcement and Call for Papers 

Call for Papers hh

The Technical University of Kenya in partnership with Exploring Visual Cultures will be hosting the 4th International Conference from November 27th to 29th, 2024 at the Edge Convention Centre, Nairobi. The theme of the conference is AI Media Innovations, Applications, Visual Culture, Challenges, and Future Trends. The call for papers is out and the deadline for submission of abstracts is on 31st May, 2024.

More on the conference


List of Prospective Graduands - 12th Graduation Ceremony (updated 14 Dec 2023)

Tue, 12. December 2023
We refer you to the Notice from the Vice-Chancellor dated Wednesday, 18th October 2023. Through the notice he informed all students who qualify for the conferment of various degree…

2nd Workshop on Eco-Tanning Processes in Kenya and the East African Region

Fri, 17. November 2023
The Technical University of Kenya (TUK) in collaboration with State Department for Livestock Development (SDL), Tanners Association of Kenya (TAK) and United Nations Conference on …