Dear all, Welcome and thank you for choosing JKUAT. please-click-to-download-class-teaching-timetable-september-dec-2016-final-xlsx Below please find a list of class advisers for both BSc. and Diploma students. Note that advisers are responsible for handling class issues like attitudes, frustrations and aspirations individually and collectively. They also check on academic performance of the class in particular any sharp declines among students. You are therefore advised to cooperate with them to get maximum benefit. S/N GROUP ADVISER EMAIL 1 BIT Year I Pamela Munene email@example.com 2 BIT Year II Francis Thiong’o firstname.lastname@example.org 3 BIT Year III Victoria Mukiri email@example.com 4… Continue reading →
Dear all, New students registration will start on 15th August 2016. You are required to download the following forms from JKUAT website (www.jkuat.ac.ke), or click to download Admission-Docs-2016 complete and bring with you on the reporting date. Kindly ensure you upload ALL admission documents to admissions.jkuat.ac.ke/login before registration and reporting. Welcome and thank you for choosing JKUAT.
In 2015, the World Bank Group launched a recruitment mission to attract Sub Saharan African professionals to its work force. The initiative was the first of its kind for the institution and resulted in numerous hires into business areas such as Education, Health, Development Economics, Information Technology Systems, Social Urban/Rural & Resilience and Governance. The World Bank Group continues its commitment to hiring Sub-Saharan African professionals and announces its latest recruitment mission to again attract highly qualified Sub-Saharan African professionals who are looking for an exciting career, where their effort will contribute to the institution’s… Continue reading →
INTEL SHE WILL CONNECT imagine.Discover.Connect. 3rd August 2016 10:00Am – 12 Noon JKUAT, Technology house, Computer Lab 7. Closing the Technology Gap According to the “Women and the Web” report published by Intel and its partners, nearly 25 percent fewer women are online than men in developing countries in the study, and the gap was 43 percent in sub-Saharan Africa. Through the Intel® She Will Connect program and other digital empowerment initiatives, Intel is empowering millions of women to connect to a range of new opportunities through technology. Intel® She Will Connect Using an innovative… Continue reading →