Mining is a business. It also supplies industry with much needed raw materials. Human industrial activities support the production of a vast range of essential domestic as well as social infrastructure and other ritual or beauty products as well as luxury enhancement commodities. Essential infrastructure include buildings, power lines, kitchenware and critical social development technologies like information communication equipment. This is all good. https://qz.com/africa/ However, it has been shown time and again that when world governments allow businesses to continue with untamed marketing tactics, it eventually leads to adverse effects of cut-throat corporate competition. This,… Continue reading →
January 2020 Fifth years held an initial presentation of their final project proposals on 14th January 2020 before a panel. For details please check with the secretary on ext 2375.
BSc. in Mining and Mineral Processing Engineering offered in our department was accredited by Engineers Board of Kenya (EBK) on March, 2019 on two-year interim accreditation.
On 27th April 2018, the office of the registrar academic affairs communicated the course code for MSc. Petroleum Engineering program bringing the number of approved and supported postgraduate programs to 3 as listed below: MSc Petroleum Engineering MSc Mining Engineering PhD Mining Engineering
Useful Documents The document below contains maps which illustrate the general geology and occurrence of mineral deposits in Kenya. Compiled by Professor B. Rop from various sources on 30th April 2018. Download An analytical chart of minerals, their properties and functions. Download
Click here to view pictures from Tuning Africa Summit held in Brussels, November 2017.