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07:43
07:43

Three Schools Risk Losing License for Violating Lockdown Restrictions Iganga 1 2 Top story

According to Kasadakawo, they were tipped off that the three schools were conducting normal lessons despite the closure of schools. He explains that the act of teaching pupils during lockdown amounts to disobedience of the directives issued by the Ministry of Education and Sports.
16:20
16:20

Police Quells Teachers Strike in Iganga transport 2 4

The teachers had been informed that they were to sign for a transport refund of 30,000 Shillings each. They stormed out of the training hall at around 12:30 pm demanding their facilitators to either increase the transport costs or cancel the training.
07:27
07:27

Heavy Rains Destory St. Peter Clever Primary School Classrooms student 1 1

Annet Mukasa, a Primary One teacher says that all pupils in lower primary were sent home as the school management prepares to fix the damages.
16:51
16:51

Former Busoga University Students Protest Delayed Graduation education 3 1

Sumaya Nakanda, one of the affected students, says she has failed to upgrade using the academic documents from Busoga university due to lack of approved registration numbers, which can only be availed after acquiring her transcript.
11:39
11:39

Gov't to Take Over Busoga University team 1 2

Muyingo says that a team of officials from the National Council for Higher Education and auditors have been dispatched to the university to expedite the process of enabling it to become a public university by the end of the year.
15:50
15:50

Head Teacher Rejects Transfer letter 1

According to a transfer letter dated January, 22nd 2019, Babuleka was directed to report to her new duty station on February 4th, a directive she has since rejected.
13:27
13:27

Head Teacher Interdicted Over Poor PLE Results parent

Ayub Maganda, the Chairperson Buwolomela primary school Management Committee, says he repeatedly engaged the head teacher to improve supervision in vain.
12:47
12:47

Police Deploys at Busoga University

The threats stem from reports that the National Council for Higher Education NCHE had revoked the universitys operating license for defaulting minimum operational guidelines.
09:51
09:51

Panic as Busoga University License is Revoked 1 3

Prof. David Lameck Kibiyo, the vice Chancellor Busoga University has dismissed all the allegations leveled against him and his team, saying they are baseless and aimed at frustrating his plans to improve the university.
13:08
13:08

Busoga University to Dismiss 100 Lecturers

While the National Council for Higher Education-NCHE has left the minimum qualification for a lecturer open, it is agreed by most Ugandan universities that possession of a Masters Degree is mandatory. Several universities have set the minimum at PhD level.
12:44
12:44

Busoga University Vice Chancellor In Trouble for Alleged Abuse Of Office lecturers

In a letter signed by Thomas Mayende, the interim chairman, Busoga University Teaching Staff, the lecturers accuse Professor Kibikyo of diverting university funds to his personal use and authorising payment to strangers who were not appointed by the university council.
13:59
13:59

Lecturers Salary Arrears Spur Protests in Busoga University student strikes

Traffic along the highway was paralyzed for over three hours as the students erected barricades and burnt car tyres in the middle of the road. Businesses in the neighborhood were also closed as owners evaded the wrath of the angry students who were engaged in running battles with anti-riot police.
11:30
11:30

Lusoga Language Teaching Thwarted by Unpopular Orthography busoga kingdom 3

Multiple dialects from different tribe lets in Busoga region have bogged down the formulation of orthography for Lusoga language.
08:02
08:02

Students Miss UCE Exams Over Missing Registration Fees 2

The students claim that they each paid Ugx 180,000 instead of the official Ugx 70,000 as required by the Uganda National Examinations Board early this year. They were however shocked to be abandoned at Town View Secondary school in Iganga, by the school director on Friday, the official briefing day for candidates.
15:12
15:12

Fire Guts Bukoyo Secondary School Girls Dormitory fire in schools

Our reporter at the scene adds that the entire building which was constructed in the early 1960s collapsed as a result of the fire outbreak. Properties which include Mattresses, boxes, clothes, beds and other valuables were all destroyed in the tragedy, he adds.
09:51
09:51

Police Teams Up With NCHE to Crack on Illegal Institutes uganda police force

Lubega says police has recorded at least 17 cases of fraud involving directors of private higher of learning, which are still under investigations.
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