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Mak Guild Leaders Demand 50 Percent Waiver on Functional fees

23 Jul 2021 · Ivan Ssempijja, the Makerere University Guild President, explains that many students after being hit by economic challenges due to the covid-19 lockdown since last year will be able to keep in school if there is a 50% waiver on the fees.

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Mak Guild Leaders Demand 50 Percent Waiver on Functional fees Tuition 2 1

Ivan Ssempijja, the Makerere University Guild President, explains that many students after being hit by economic challenges due to the covid-19 lockdown since last year will be able to keep in school if there is a 50% waiver on the fees.
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Gov’t Faulted for Failure to Deliver Radio Sets to Households pandemic lockdown 3 1

Walter Tootika, a parent who doubles as a Male Councilor for Omel Sub-County in Gulu District said the radio lessons were not beneficial to learners in the area because several homes do not own radios and they banked their hopes on Government’s false promise.
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Mak Researchers Innovate Digitalized COVID-19 Surveillance System For Learning Institutions MOH 1 2

Ssewanyana says that while many mobile applications have been developed to offer solutions to the COVID-19 pandemic, this would be the first custom made for learning institutions. It was designed to suit and favour the learning environment especially higher institutions of learning.
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How COVID-19 Lockdowns are Clogging the Secondary School System 1 4

With the release of Primary Leaving Examination-PLE results, educationists are predicting gloomy times for the secondary school system which is getting clogged as an effect of the COVID-19 induced school closures.
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Budaka Leaders Investigate Head Teachers Over Poor PLE Results

Paul Higenyi, the Budaka District Education Officer said they are investigating head teachers on various counts which could have led to a high failure rate in the district. Higenyi said the department is investigating dubious deals where some head teachers secretly registered P5 pupils to sit for PLE.
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Education Ministry Cautions Against Fake Recruitment Drive 2 1

The said advert has been calling applicants for vacancies in government secondary schools to submit their application online using an email; [email protected] But Dr Asuman Lukwago, the Secretary of the Education Service Commission, says the advert and the quoted email are fake.