Makerere University establishes centralized timetable management system

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Makerere University has introduced a centralized timetable management system.

This will take effect during Semester I of the 2020/2021 academic year.

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The system will enable students and staff to access customized timetables for each semester and academic year.

It will include teaching, examination and recess term activities.

The system was developed under a project titled University-wide Timetabling and Teaching Load Management Information System for Makerere University, which received funding under Round 1 of Mak-RIF.

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According to the Principal Investigator (PI), Dr. Agaba Joab Ezra, Lecturer, Networks Department, College of Computing and Information Sciences (CoCIS), the system also enables university management to keep track of the teaching load for every academic staff among other capabilities.

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