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12:10
12:10

Marks Fraud: Dismissed Makerere Students Fight to Return meeting 1 Top story

They were dismissed from Makerere University in 2018 August and December respectively for allegedly procuring the alteration of their marks.
18:49
18:49

Graphics Designer Testifies in Mak Gold Scandal Case accusation 2 1

Defense lawyer Humphrey Tumwesigye said to be an expert, it doesn’t only mean one must have gone through formal education. “You can become an expert through experience,” he told court.
19:13
19:13

Government Sponsorships Favour Male Students –Mak Professors education 2 6 Top story

They argue that that the affirmative action policy which awarded 1.5 bonus points to girls qualifying to enter public universities, remains insufficient to address equity issues, especially in science-related courses. As a result, they say, the current government merit scholarship for students in higher education is heavily bent in favour of male students.
15:36
15:36

Scouts Boss Concerned About Minors Sent to National Camp home 2 5

Mujuni says children as young as five years of age were cited at the National Scouts Camping site in Kaazi, a suburb of Wakiso district during this year’s national competition. This he says is against scouting guidelines.
07:13
07:13

Justice Tabaro to Head Mak Staff Appeals Tribunal education 2

Justice Tabaro will serve for the next four years and replaces George Omunyokol whose term of ended in March.
16:51
16:51

Researcher Roots for Private Public Partnership to Access Quality Education Uganda 3 1

However Mwesigye says the using the case of Promotion of Equality in African Schools –PEAS intervention model, the PPP arrangement under the USE programme has proved to work better than public schools.
16:59
16:59

Mak Staff Tribunal Upholds Decision to Dismiss Registrar over Marks Alteration room

Delivering the ruling, George Omunyokol, the Tribunal Chairperson said all evidence adduced during the appeal process convincingly found Namusoke guilty of the unprofessional conduct.
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