The Kenya Universities Central Placement Service KUCCPS last month placed candidates that had sat for the 2020 Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education, KCSE exams. Students were placed in degree, diploma and certificate courses through TVET training. All universities across the country and selected private institutions were involved.
The daily struggles to fend for families has meant people resorting to jobs that can sustain them and their families despite holding expertise in other fields that are either flooded or lack enough opportunities that can accommodate everyone with the papers in those areas. A Technical University Of Kenya graduate Kioko Musiuki has been forced to work as a tout days after losing his formal job as an entry level position in a company in Nairobi's Southern House where he used to earn a 20,000 monthly salary before the coronavirus pandemic hit which affected businesses and this meant that he had to be laid off.
When Kevin Muchai was hired after completion of his Kenya certificate of secondary education ( KCSE) exams, he was employed as a casual laborer at a construction site. He realized that many of the workers at the site had no or little training. This provoked him to select at the Technical University of Kenya where he would seek after a structure and development course and enable him with proficient abilities and information in the field.
Mercy Silah and Raphael Ragot have been in a relationship for a very long time until when she was pronounced dead. Mercy had been pursuing a Bachelor Degree course in Aeronautical Engineering and she used to pass highly. This young girl met Raphael when he was the acting president in Technical University Of Kenya.
Students who graduated with Engineering Degrees but failed to secure employment for over 9 years will be smiling all the way to the bank after the High Court awarded them Ksh15 million compensation. A report by Business Daily on Wednesday, July 28, indicated that 75 students had sued Technical University of Kenya (TUK) over the quality of degrees.
Dark cloud grazed one family leaving the entire Christian community in mourning after the sudden death of a famous senior pastor. The late Elija Mwangi Ngamate was a senior pastor at the Mt. Kenya Baptist Church which is located in Laikipia till his death. He was also a well-known instrument teacher who brought up many talents.
When Kevin Muchai was hired as a casual labourer at a construction site right after his Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) in 2010, an opportunity presented itself to him, after he realised that many of the workers at the site had no formal training in construction.
Despite fighting the monster bone cancer, Mercy Silah was always bubbly and full of life. Her love story with her husband Raphael Ragot got everyone's admiration. The bubbly Mercy Silah who sang her hope out even in ICU breath her last on Saturday morning. Her story is one that anybody would run away from.
Tension is building up among students at the Technical University of Kenya as a male student has gone missing for three days now after allegedly being accused of exam cheating. Erick Simiyu, a B-Com student at TUK was reportedly last seen by his colleagues in the institution three days ago at around 3pm after being sampled out by a lecturer who was invigilating an exam.
The love story of Ragot and his late wife, Mercy Silah started while they were in Technical University of Kenya (TUK) formerly Kenya Poly. They started dating on January 16th 2015. Ragot was studying Electrical and Electronic Engineering while she was studying Aeronautical Engineering at the time.
Technical University of Kenya(TUK) is a public university located in Nairobi county.It was chartered in January 2013 by then president Mwai Kibaki.From The Vice Chancellor Prof. Francis W. O. Aduol the university is happy to announce that it will hold their 9th graduation but due to COVID-19 measures,the ceremony will be virtual.
Technical University of Kenya grew out of the Kenya Polytechnic. The Kenya Polytechnic was founded in 1961. Proposals for the establishment of a technical institute in Nairobi were put forward in the Willoughby Report published in 1949. The objective was to establish a technical college in Nairobi which would offer education and training at the technician and semi-professional levels for the three East African territories of Kenya, Uganda, and Tanganyika.
A cyclist rushed to hospital by good samaritan after being knocked down by speeding car at Technical University of Kenya (TUK) road, Nairobi County. The victim identified as Leonard Odhiambo was knocked down by a speeding car at TUk leaving him lying in unconscious and can’t remember anything.
Training in a career course that does not add value to someone's life is traumatic especially after completing the training that takes a lot of money. Graduates of Technical University of Kenya now have a reason to smile after long visits to court complaining on the authenticity of the degrees offered.
The High Court in Nairobi on Thursday July 29, 2021, has ordered the Technical University of Kenya ( TUK) to pay 15M to 75 former students. The former students sued the institution after failing to secure jobs with an engineering degree awarded to them by the University as it is not recognized by Engineers Board of Kenya ( EBK ).
On July 29, 2021, a Nairobi High Court ordered the Technical University of Kenya (TUK) to pay Sh15 million to 75 former students. Former students sued the university for being unable to find work after receiving an engineering degree from the university that was not recognized by the Engineers Board of Kenya (EBK).
Students who graduated with Engineering Degrees however neglected to get work for more than 9 years will be grinning right to the bank after the High Court granted them Ksh15 million compensation. A report by Business Daily on Wednesday, July 28, showed that 75 graduates had sued Technical University of Kenya (TUK) over the quality of degrees.
It's celebration time for students who studied engineering degrees but failed to secure employment after 9 years of trying. This is after the high court awarded them Ksh 15M as compensation. According to Kenyans.co.ke with a citation from Business Daily, 75 students had sued Technical University of Kenya (TUK) after they convinced the court that the quality of degrees they learnt was of poor quality.
On july 28,Wednesday a report by Business daily demonstrated that Technical University of Kenya was sued by 75 understudies over useless degree they offered. They contended that the degrees they achieved are not perceived by the Engineers Board of Kenya (EBK) delivering them unemployable. The parcel joined the then Kenya Polytechnic in 2009 which was as yet a constituent school of the University of Nairobi (UoN).
The High Court has ruled in favor of seventy five students had sued Technical University of Kenya (TUK) over the quality of degrees. This is after failing to secure employment for over nine years. The students graduated with Engineering Degrees but failed to secure employment . According to a the students, the degrees they attained are not recognized by the Engineers Board of Kenya (EBK) makes efforts to secure employment futile.