JICA to Support Africa’s Human Resource Development

JICA to Support Africa’s Human Resource Development
A special advisor to the President of the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) Yukio Okamoto has said that Japan will stand with Africa in the continent’s bid to develop its human resources. Mr. Okamoto said it was through investments in science, technology and innovation backed by a ... Continue reading →

Another JKUAT Scholar Co-publishes in Nature

Another JKUAT Scholar Co-publishes in Nature
Another Geneticist from Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology (JKUAT) has jointly published with others in the current issue of the prestigious globally acclaimed scholarly journal – Nature. The paper titled ‘Extinctions, genetic erosion and conservation options for the ... Continue reading →

CS Decries Politicization of Varsity Education

CS Decries Politicization of Varsity Education
Education Cabinet Secretary, Dr. Fred Matiangi has decried politicization of university education, saying it had eroded capacity of local institutions to offer quality education, research and innovation. The scramble for ethnic representation in the varsities’ top management, the CS said, often ... Continue reading →

JKUAT Graduates among Most Preferred by Employers

JKUAT Graduates among Most Preferred by Employers
Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology is one of the most preferred learning institution among employers, parents and students. A recent study commissioned by Madison Insurance revealed that 63.9% of employers preferred public university graduates from JKUAT after University of ... Continue reading →