Lira- Students of St Katherine Secondary School in Lira District have not been in position to go to South Africa after government failed to release Shs30m needed for air tickets.
This year's admissions are unlike the past with only students identified by the National Education Management Information System enrolled to Form 1.
Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | The finance ministry has released Sh 33.8 billion as payment of arrears arising from the enhancement of salaries to staffs at public universities.
A spot check by the Star yesterday revealed that even though principals have adhered to the ministry’s school fees guideline, they have found ways to overcharge on other admission requirements.
The UPI was to have six characters and would monitor learners through their entire school lifetime including examination registration.
“Withholding results was to pave way for the government to investigate centers,” Rongo District Education Officer Charles Nyaribo said.
KSSSA officials, led by chairman Peter Orero, secretary David Ngugi, treasurer Gikonyo Kariuki and Juma Bora could not hide their joy after winning the awards.
In a statement sent to newsrooms on Saturday, January 5, Education Principle Secretary (PS) Belio Kipsang reminded school heads that details of each and every learner enrolled in their institution must be sent to the Ministry through NEMIS.
Against that, Ashaba calls for more vigilance from the authorities, especially the state, which has the investigative and prosecution tools to protect sports in the country from the bad betting schemes.
A recent survey by the Sunday Nation established that most principals have converted dispensaries, laboratories, stores, libraries and disused buildings into classrooms and dormitories to cope with huge number of students.
The quartet was elated upon nomination ahead of the Awards gala set for a later date in March, according to new Uspa president Patrick Kanyomozi.
The huge intake has prompted fears of a possible decline in the quality of education, with principals, teachers, unions and parents raising concern on the measures put in place to support 100 per cent transition.
The Education ministry has ordered school heads not to impose extra — and illegal — levies on parents with children reporting to Form 1.
For instance, the ministry was grappling with cases where some Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) examination candidates were yet to be admitted to any secondary school despite posting impressive results.
At the same time, an MP wants the reporting date of Form One students extended by another two weeks, saying, today’s deadline is too strenuous for parents who have just come out of a financially demanding festive season.
Sigiria Mixed Secondary School in Rongo and Komotobo Mixed Seondary School in Kuria East received their results on Wednesday ending the agony for parents, candidates and teachers, County eduction official Charles Nyaribo said.
Kampala- Academic and non-teaching staff in all public universities across the country have gone on strike and announced a unanimous shutdown effective today, accusing government of refusing to pay them their salary enhancement arrears of Shs29 bi...
Based on the cases in the NEMIS system, the ministry has successfully approved 26,000 requests for transfers, the PS explained.
In Kirinyaga and Embu counties, many students, who appeared exhausted after travelling long distances, started streaming into schools as early as 7am, accompanied by their parents.
The day-long workshop was organised by Queens Park Rangers (QPR) defender and midfielder Jean Sseninde, who three years ago also started the Sseninde Women Football Development Camp, a competition that gives opportunities to girls that do not play...
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