Admitted Students- KUCCPS 2017 Intake

Admitted Students- KUCCPS 2017 Intake

Hello Prospective Students, The Attached List is for the students who have been admitted to our University through KUCCPS for September 2017 Intake indicating the course they have been admitted to undertake. Congratulations to those who have been admitted to our university and we look forward to having you here in September. Few Helpful Tips: Use a Desktop Computer/Laptop to view this page instead of a mobile phone. Instead of Downloading the document just click on it to preview. This is possible if you are using the updated Mozilla/ Chrome/Microsoft Edge browsers. To search for your… Continue reading →

Three benefit from MENEMU Scholarship Fund

Three benefit from MENEMU Scholarship Fund

Three gifted but needy students from the School of Nursing have gotten a reprieve in their studies following a full year tuition payment by MENEMU Scholarship Fund. The students will also be eligible to apply for further sponsorship by the Fund in subsequent academic years. Speaking during the award of the scholarships Wednesday April 26, 2017 the Fund’s founder, Dr. Dr. Jonas Nguh said the initiative aims to give a hand to the society’s economically deprived who have shown exemplary academic potential. Dr. Nguh who is a global health scholar and practitioner and don at… Continue reading →

Researchers Develop Hybrid Dryer to Boost Food Security

Researchers Develop Hybrid Dryer to Boost Food Security

Insufficient drying and inadequate storage remains a major obstacle to food security in the country. To tackle this, Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology researchers led by Prof. Christopher Kanali, have developed a multi-purpose solar-biomass hybrid dryer for rural communities in the country under the Renewable Energy for Food Processing project. The dryer, used for thin layer drying of agricultural produce such as bananas, cassava, sweet potatoes, traditional vegetables and cereal grains, reduces post-harvest losses and optimises food processing. The research team dubbed, RE4Food team commissioned the first dryer in Khwisero, Kakamega County, April… Continue reading →

CS Lauds JKUAT for Hosting Maritime Centre for Africa

CS Lauds JKUAT for Hosting Maritime Centre for Africa

Transport Cabinet Secretary James Macharia has congratulated JKUAT on winning the competitive bid to host the Maritime Technology Cooperation Centre (MTCC) for the Africa region. The Centre which is funded by the European Union is part of global efforts by the International Maritime organization (IMO) to mitigate harmful effects of climate change. Dr. Macharia said the feat could not have come at a more opportune time as Kenya had embarked on a blue economy development programme as witnessed from massive infrastructural investments along the country’s coastline. The activities of the Centre, he added, would greatly… Continue reading →

Curtains Come Down on Prof. Kahangi’s Reign at RPE

Curtains Come Down on Prof. Kahangi’s Reign at RPE

Prof. Esther Murugi Kahangi who has for the past ten years served the University as the Deputy Vice Chancellor in Charge of Research, Production and Extension Division (RPE), has finally called it a day! Kahangi – who has served for a maximum of two terms – made the announcement of her exit at the helm of RPE Division during the exit seminar she hosted at the University, Wednesday, April 12. During the seminar, titled: Ten-year Tenure as Deputy Vice Chancellor, Research, Production, and Extension (2007-2017), Prof. Kahangi gave a kaleidoscopic panorama of the RPE Division;… Continue reading →

Legume Centre of Excellence for Food and Nutrition Security Launched

Legume Centre of Excellence for Food and Nutrition Security Launched

Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology is poised to tip the scales in food and nutrition security research ecosystem across the region following the launch of the Legume Centre of Excellence for Food and Nutrition Security (LCEFoNS) – a twelve-year inter-departmental /disciplinary research synergy focusing on beans, cowpeas and green grams. While officially launching the Centre, domiciled in the Faculty of Agriculture, Tuesday, April, 11, Belgium Ambassador to Kenya, Ms. Roxane de Bilderling, lauded the initiative which she said, “was about partnerships aimed at improving the conditions of livelihoods and standards of living for… Continue reading →

Up-Scaling Rainwater Harvesting and Management

Up-Scaling Rainwater Harvesting and Management

Recent studies indicate that nearly a third of people in Sub-Saharan Africa are living in areas with extremely scarce water causing food security and nutrition levels to sharply deteriorate over the years. To tackle this, the academia, private sector and the government, April 11, 2017, joined forces and initiated a rainwater harvesting and management campaign dubbed ‘the ‘Billion Dollar Business Alliance’ a vehicle created to increase per-capita storage of water from less than 100 cubic meters to a potential 7400 cubic meter by the year 2030. Studies by ICRAF and UNEP show that the rainwater… Continue reading →

Varsity Council Lauds Keiyian Group Ranch’s Foresight

Varsity Council Lauds Keiyian Group Ranch’s Foresight

The Council of Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology has lauded the members of the Keiyian Group Ranch in Transmara for their foresight that led to the donation of 100 acres of land to the University, leading to the establishment of the Keiyian academic centre in Transmara. The Centre which is operational, currently boasts of 44 students enrolled in certificate and diploma courses, was established in 2010 with the admission of three students. Addressing staff, students, and the local residents at the centre during a colourful ceremony organized by the members of the group… Continue reading →

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Brexit Will not hurt Kenya-UK Scientific Relations

Brexit Will not hurt Kenya-UK Scientific Relations

The move by Britain to leave the European Union will not hurt scientific cooperation between United Kingdom and Kenya, a British Official said, adding that the UK will remain a major player in global research and scientific cooperation. John Hamilton who heads the UK’s Prosperity Agenda at the British High Commission in Nairobi, said Britain and Kenya share a rich history of relations in science, technology and innovation. Hamilton said the UK had committed KSh. 500 billion to spur research and innovation activities globally through initiatives such as Newton-Utafiti Fund, launched in Kenya in July 2016…. Continue reading →