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New Literature, Fasihi set books released

By Our Reporter. The Ministry of Education in liaison with Kenya Institute of Curriculum Development Education (KICD) have approved new set books for Literature in English and Kiswahili for 2018 to 2022, Education News has learnt. The books will replace the current ones that have been in use since 2013 with effect from January 1, 2018. In a Circular (MOE/QAS/A/5/19/16) …

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SEKU partners with Kitui County to boost economic development

By Boniface Mulu. A new partnership between South Eastern Kenya University (SEKU) and the Kitui County Government is designed to bolster economic development in the area. SEKU’s Vice Chancellor Prof. Geoffrey Muluvi said areas in the agreement include environment, water, education, health agriculture and mining. Prof. Muluvi said the partnership will enhance service delivery to the people of Kitui County …

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PS lauds Moi Varsity for winning Sh600m funding

By Wasike Elvis. Higher Education Principal Secretary (PS) Prof. Colleta Suda has lauded Moi University for winning the World Bank funding to be the Africa Centre of Excellence (ACEII) in Phytochemicals, Textiles and Renewable Energy (PTRE). Speaking after touring the university laptop assembling plant at Rivatex, Prof. Suda said the PTRE project is very unique and it goes to prove …

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Embu University to train doctors soon

By Kamundia Muriithi. The University of Embu has announced plans to start offering Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery courses to increase the doctor patient ratio in the country. The institution has partnered with the Embu Teaching and Referral Hospital, where students will be taught practical lessons and undergo internships. The university had in 2014 entered into a memorandum …

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Dedan Kimathi University, Nyeri County partner on development

By Joseph Mukubwa. The Nyeri County Government is working in collaboration with Dedan Kimathi University of Technology to harness the knowledge that the university is generating. The late Nyeri Governor, Wahome Gakuru had noted the initiative will help to generate knowledge in areas such as coffee research, technology and innovation. He said the academic institution in partnership with the County …

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