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Mass Employment In The Ministry Of Education Following This Latest News

Mass employment in the ministry of education following this latest news ahead of Schools reopening. The ministry of education is working hard to see that the learning programs from the Primary Schools to the Higher Learning Institutions is going on well, therefore the government has been chipping in to assist the students in the Higher Learning Institutions clear the fee balances of the students through Higher Education Loans Board HELB.

  1 month ago ago
Mass Employment In The Ministry Of Education Following This Latest News

EDUCATION

Parent To Face Hardship After Private Universities Raises Tuition Fees.

Parents will be forced to dig deeper into their pockets after private universities raised tuition fees for government-sponsored students. The state had initially reduced the capitation for the students in private universities from Ksh84, 217 allocated in 2018 to Ksh40,366 in the financial year ending in June- signifying a 52 percent drop according to data from the Universities Fund.

  5 months ago ago
Parent To Face Hardship After Private Universities Raises Tuition Fees.

EDUCATION

Big Blow To Parents On Fees As Government Halts Funding For 32000 Students

The government has halted funding for 32000 university students who have delayed in completing their studies as it carries out an audit. According to emerging reports, some of these students may have manourvered around the University's internal Systems inorder for them to overstay in the University. However, there are other cases where students deferred their studies for various reasons. Universities had requested the gorvenment to continue funding them until they finish, a move that the gorvenment is opposed

  1 year ago ago
Big Blow To Parents On Fees As Government Halts Funding For 32000 Students

EDUCATION

Public Universities On Verge Of Closing Following Proposed Funding Formula Based On Performance

Public Universities, whose graduates fail to secure jobs within a year after graduation, will face reduced cash flow from the government under the new funding formula based on the performance. Graduates from various public Universities, have not been able to secure jobs in the job markets even after having stayed for long, thus the formula recommend by universities fund, which guides the allocation of state funds to public Universities is baced on five performance indicators, this includes absorption of an institutions graduates in the job markets, research and training on financial management for top officials.

  6 months ago ago
Public Universities On Verge Of Closing Following Proposed Funding Formula Based On Performance

EDUCATION

Government to scrap varsity funding for students not pursuing “priority” courses

A raft of changes proposed by the government could cease funding students who are pursuing courses not categorized as “priority” in line with Vision 2030. Vice-Chancellors and the Universities Fund (UF) are reportedly behind the new push contained in the "Reforms on the University Sector and Research ". UF is pushing for the reforms in line with its constitutional mandate to provide funds for financing universities. Reforms on the University Sector and Research report recommend that all universities be categorised

  1 year ago ago
Government to scrap varsity funding for students not pursuing “priority” courses

EDUCATION

University Students Dealt A Big Blow As Government Plans To Do Away With Certain Courses

The government is intending to do away with certain courses undertaken by students on various tertiary learning institutions for what they described as not vital in bringing development to the country. The proposal if implemented will also affect private Universities and Collages across the country. The reforms have been initiated by the Universities Vice Chancellors and the University Fund(UF) established to source Universities with funds in the country. In the proposed reforms, students will only be granted

  1 year ago ago
University Students Dealt A Big Blow As Government Plans To Do Away With Certain Courses