Kenyatta University has finally released its reopening dates, this is after President Uhuru Kenyatta lifted the bans that he had put in order to curb the spread of the coronavirus pandemic. The reopening will be done in phases. The first students who will report are the fourth year students are the ones who will report first and they will report between 8th and 9th May 2021. They will report alongside the students who are taking Engineering and Architecture.
They will complete their face to face learning between 10th -12th May. They will take this opportunity to do all the pending Continuous Assessment tests and the practicals. They will then sit for their end of semester examinations between 13th-21st May. The students will then vacate the University premises after finishing their exams and pave way for other students.
The second and the third year students will reopen on 24th May 2021. They will then complete their face to face lectures and the Continuous Assessment Tests between 25th May- 10th June 2021. There will be a special and supplementary exams for all the categories between 7th-11th June, 2021. The second and third year students, will sit for their end of semester exams between 11th -18th June 2011.
The University also stated that any other information will be given as the semester resumes. The students should therefore take this opportunity to revise their notes, because it is very evident that they will resume back and just do their examinations since there is very limited time.
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