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STAKEHODER (PARENT) BRIEF ABOUT UON PROGRAMMES

A parent, Mr. Charles Kamotho Muraya visited the Directorate of Quality Assurance to inquire about degree programmes offered at the School of Computing and Informatics. The Director Quality Assurance, Mr. Michael Wangai welcomed the stakeholder and shared the requirements for entry of Bachelor of Computer Science and also provided other consultancy services on matters the parent was short of in regard to this programme. The parent was further referred to admission's  office in the Old Admission Block for more detail on the University of Nairobi programmes.

Consultative meeting by Director QA and the chair-Department of Education Administration and Planning

The Director quality assurance Mr. M. Wangai held a consultative meeting with Chair of the Department of Education Administration and Planning Prof. J. Kalai on Quality Assurance approaches in Doctoral Research Supervision used in the Department in relation to best practice in this area.

Web Champions Training

The  meeting discussed 2019-2020 website strategy policies, which highlighted the four pillars of website success such as Management, Stakeholders, Website owner and ICT. The objective of the meeting were to: emphasize the importance of website for the wider university agenda, Understand the roles of different players in website success, Highlight UoN website Policy framework and Strategies for ensuring good performance.

CURRICULUM REVIEW WORKSHOP AT CAVS

The College of Agriculture and and Veterinary Sciences (CAVS) held a one day curriculum review workshop  for all academic units. The workshop was attended by all heads of academic units, deans and directors, curriculum review experts, quality assurance and the college principal.

The workshop was officially opened by the DVC Academic Affairs, Prof. Julius Ogeng'o who emphasized on the importance of reviewing academic programmes. The deliverables for the workshop included:

CUURICULUM REVIEW WORKSHOP AT CEES

The workshop was opened by the DVC Academic Affairs, Prof. Juluis Ogeng’o who emphasized the importance of reviewing the academic programmes. The deliverables for the workshop included: Undertaking minimal changes of the academic programmes, Alignment of existing academic programmes to the new standards and regulations as stipulated by the Commission for University Education (CUE), Archiving of academic programmes that are not attracting applicants or have inadequate training personnel such as lecturers.