Kabale University Senate approves online learning

Kabale university’s highest academic board, the University Senate has passed the new online teaching procedure basing on the ongoing survey on students’ readiness results.

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Below is a statement published by the sitting Guild minister of Education, Hon. Erineriko Bateraho who doubles as the students’ Senate representative.

“Due to the fact that a total number of (1177) students that add up to 68.8% for male, 31.2% female who participated were supporting. E-learning so based on the majority (89.1%), we have passed the policy. Wait for online training that will be communicated to you. Thank you.

Am encouraging all of you to embrace the policy because it is also a command from NCHE to all universities. NB.VCs’ forum is in discussion with a certain company to give out computers on loan for both students and staff. Also, get know that irrespective of COVID-19 pandemic, we must move on as the rest of the world.”

Hon. Erineriko.

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Hon. Erineriko Bateraho
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