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"Miss Online Classes At Your Own Risk," Baraton University Students Warned

Kenya recorded it's first covid-19 disease in March this year. Since then, schools have remained closed. This is aimed at preventing further spread of covid-19 infections among learners and teachers. The government launched online classes to keen learners busy. The online learning has not been effective since majority of learners are not accessing the services. There are many challenges that are facing the online services. Some of them are; poor networks, lack of electronic devices among learners and poverty that makes the online services expensive.

Most universities have gone online to ensure learning goes on despite the covid-19 pandemic. This is a good move that is ensuring learners do not lose time. The University of Eastern Africa, Baraton also went online to ensure it's learners continue with their learning. Today the University has announced new rules to be used in guiding online learning at the beginning of September. "The e-learning system and other tolls will automatically monitor attendance. If you miss classes, you may be suspended for being absent in the class according to rules and regulations..." Maiyo said.

The University Vice Chancellor Mr Maiyo also added that the university has installed new e-learning resources as well as software system that is aimed at monitoring class attendance to all students. He warned that any student who misses online classes risk being punished and the administration may suspend all absentees. "The new semester will start from September 1. we hope that by August 28, all students will have cleared orientation and registration..." Mr Maiyo said.

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