Education

Discipline is the key to Success University students counselled

February-13
15:42 PM 2016


Prof Mabel Imbuga the vice chancellor of JKUAT.
As per to the New Times, Prof Mabel Imbuga, the vice-chancellor of Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology (JKUAT), said issues like drug abuse, laziness, exam malpractices and alcoholism are potent habits that spell doom for any student. “The future of education in Rwanda is bright and we are here to provide you the skills you need to excel locally and internationally. However, discipline should always be part of your identity if you want to exploit your capacity and capability to achieve excellence,” she said.

Dr Wilson Cheruiyot, the Kigali campus director, said the meeting sought to instill confidence among students, and assure them that the university treats all its students equally. Cheruiyot took over the role at the Kigali campus recently. “The students and staff are also happy to meet the authorities from the headquarters,” he added


JKUAT campus in Kigali.
Library, laboratory equipment shortage and school fees harmonization are among the issues most marked during the meeting but the board promised the students to come up with the solution as soon as possible. JKUAT Kigali campus has over 1,900 students, 1,345 of whom are undertaking post-graduate studies in different faculties and programs. The campus opened its doors to the Rwandan community three years ago.

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