In Kenya there are 100s of technical institutes but among these we have institutes with high quality services in terms of equipments, level of training and quality of trainers. 1) Nairobi Technical Training Institute Nairobi Technical Training Institute began in 1951 as a Modern High School for the Asian Community.
JKUAT students at a past event. Source/JKUAT A 25-year-old Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Techology (JKUAT) has given up hopes of marrying a chaste girl in the country. Brian Kibet Bera, a Mechanical Engineering student, confessed he has been looking for a 'pure' girl to take as his wife amidst huge opposition from his parents who argued he could get distracted in his studies. "My parents have prevented me many times from marrying. They thought that if I married early, I will not complete school,"
1. Electrical Engineering. Trainees design and supervise the manufacture of electrical equipment. 2. Computer Engineering. This degree is a blend of computer science and engineering development. Its' demand is expected to grow due improvement in the IT sector in Kenya. 3. Biomedical Engineering.
There are many courses to study in Kenyan Universities and Colleges. The Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education results were just released at the beginning of this month and more than 500,000 students are awaiting to do the course selection and the institution to go to. When doing the course selection, have in mind that some courses are much better than others in terms of the job market.
Most universities in Kenya offer Engineering courses but only a few of them do offer accredited Engineering courses. For all those students who are interested in parsuing a course in Engineering they should be careful when selecting Universities. One of the best university in offering Engineering is the Technical University of Mombasa, this university started in in the early 1940s as a polytechnic.
The following are the most demanding courses in the job market in 2021. Many students after completing high school are left out in the dark on which career way to follow that is more demanding in the job market. 1. Engineering courses This is currently the most demanding career in 2021. They include; Civil Engineering Electrical and Electronics Engineering Software Engineering Mechanical Engineering Computer Engineering Automotive Engineering 2. Health courses Nursing Medical laboratory technician Nutrition
When it comes to choosing courses at the University or College, it's completely a stupid thing to refer to some courses as "easy". In campus there are courses that are more complex than the other when you compare their contents and time of study. Actually you can a handle to any of the difficulties courses provided you're hardworking and that you'll be committed to work on them while at the learning Institution. Here are some of the hardest courses at the University. Aeronautical Engineering This couse deals
1.Mechanical Engineering Mechanical Engineering (diploma graduates) is at top paying careers in kenya.Diploma graduates find themselves earning more 100k per month when they land jobs in big companies or government tenders.2.Quantity Survey Quantity surveyors manage the costs on a construction project.
From the interviews which were carried out in May 2020 to fill the vacant positions of Vocational and Technical Trainers in the State Department of Vocational and Technical Training. The names of successful trainers have been released together with the dates of picking their appointment letters and the official documents required to be submitted. The following have been selected to fill the advertised posts as trainers in various sections in the Vocational and Technical Training Colleges across the country.
Brian Kibet Bera hit the headlines in July 2019 after he attempted to force his way to Kenya's most respected area and official residence of the President well known as State House. His efforts hit a dead wall after he got the attention of the high-level security personnel manning the house on the hill and he was shot in the arm.
With the many courses in the Kenyan universities that high school leavers are not sure which is good for them, It is better to know that nobody should pressurize you into studying a course you do not like. Engineering courses are among the most competitive courses and ends up being picked by majority of the best students in KCSE.
1.Kisii National Polytechnic (Gusii Institute of Technology) Kisii National poly is the hub of technical education in the wider Western region and has over 50 programs in the following departments: Mechanical Engineering Health Sciences Applied Sciences Business Studies Computer Studies Electrical Electronics Engineering Communication and Development Studies Institutional Management Building &Civil Engineering Agriculture &Environmental Sciences It’s a massive higher education institution occupying 16.950
Maxine Wabosha is a youthful African magnificence who is among the rising creatives in the nation. Maxine Wabosha is 24 years of age as of the year 2020. She was brought into the world on twentieth June in the year 1996. She is a stunner and make-up craftsman, and a vlogger. Wabosha Maxine is known for her ability and want to fill in the make-up industry at a youthful age just as her aptitude in the craftsmanship. Wabosha is a Kenyan marvel and cosmetics craftsman cutting a specialty as an eyebrow master.
Eldoret National Polytechnic student Terry Apiyo has invented a Universal Liquid Dispenser machine. Apiyo says, she came up with the invent after realizing that many times, for someone to sell any liquid he or she must be there but with the machine, it is just place somewhere and then the owners comes back later to pick the money. "It is a vending machine which is used to dispense liquids such as water, juice, milk, and any other type of liquid. The machine is programmed to use a coin," said the Mechanical