Jkuat IT Bronchure_Revised_Dec 2015 You can train in Information and Communication Technology (ICT) from a prestigious University right here in Kenya and qualify with to date computer skills greatly sought in the job market today! Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture & Technology has an Information Technology Department at its Juja Campus, which offers Certificate, Diploma Degree, Masters and PhD courses.
Guest lecturer Alex Kamiru from Safricom made a presentation to IT Department students on cloud computing implementation in the industry. The talk was held in Computer lab 7 on 24th November 2015 at 2:00 pm. Lecturers who represented the department are Obadiah Langat and Isaac Kega. This is among a series of academia-industry collaboration geared towards producing graduates required by the industries.
IT Department congratulates all prospective graduands on 27th graduation day. It must be a very proud moment for you. Chasing a dream requires your efforts and passion. Hard work isn’t over when you graduate. It’s just a break as you enter the new battlefields of life. Good luck and congratulations! And so… The adventure begins!
Nov. 20-22 Poverty Hackathon will be the first international development-focused virtual hackathon. Powered by caffeine and adrenalin, hundreds of Kenyan and Canadian geeks will compete over Skype in a 28-hour ‘hackathon’ to develop apps to improve rural Kenyans’ health, farms and access to education. Hackathons are marathon brainstorming sessions where computer programmers get together to write software. The Nov. 20-22 Poverty Hackathon will be the first international development-focused virtual hackathon – taking place on two continents simultaneously, the organisers say. “While it’s not common for hackathons to have virtual teams working together, we think it’s… Continue reading →
A majority of Kenyan University students go to school to get jobs — unless you are chasing titles and status. Getting a job is the ultimate dream for any student. But how about schooling in an institution where employers rarely go for job seekers A report by Corporate Staffing Services, a local human resources company shows that Maasai Mara University and Presbyterian University are the least preferred by employers looking for fresh graduates. According to their poll, 85 per cent of employers prefer graduates from the University of Nairobi when hiring from public universities. JKUAT,… Continue reading →
Please Click to download CLASS TEACHING TIMETABLE ( SEPTEMBER -DECEMBER 2015) 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 Calvins otieno firstname.lastname@example.org 3 BIT Year III Grace Mugambi… Continue reading →