The perennial issue of missing marks in Kenyan universities is what disturbs graduating students the most . An individual may be forced to skip several graduations due to unavailability of marks for certain units .
This is akin to wastage of the precious time that a comrade should have used in the outside world to gain experience since most job applications consider those with notable works in their fields .
In a move that has pleased several netizens , proffesor Ezra Maritim of Egerton University intends to leave the institution with all students having marks for his units. He wrote and shared a note notifying students about his planned exit.
Prof Ezra is a well known professional who had served as Egerton University vice chancellor and chairman for the Commission for University Education (CUE).
Through the memo that was posted on the University's notice boards, he insisted that all students who have complains with his unit should register with the department before Friday .
Netizens hailed him for his concern about the issue of missing marks which has continued to persist in Kenyan universities .Here are some of the reactions to a post by Ravine News .
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