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MAKERERE: 17 Students Suspended Over Exam Malpractice

Makerere University has suspended 17 students over examination malpractice, The Tower Post has learnt. According to Tom Otim, the Registrar College of Education and External Studies – CEES, the School of Distance and Lifelong Learning Examination Malpractices and Irregularities Committee reached the decision to suspend the student early this month. Five of

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Date Set for Release of 2017 UACE Results

The Ministry of Education has set the date for the release of the 2017 Uganda Advanced Certificate of Education (UACE) results. “UACE 2017 results will be released to the public tomorrow Wednesday 21st February, 2018,” reads the announcement from Ministry of Education. The results will be released at the Office of the

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UNEB Releases 2017 UCE Results

The Uganda National Examinations Board (UNEB) has Wednesday (February 7, 2018) released results of the 2017 Uganda Certificate of Education (UCE). The results were released at a ceremony held at the Office of the Prime Minister, auditorium. A total of 325,695 candidates sat the 2017 UCE exams. According to UNEB, 287,350 students passed

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Date Set for Release of 2017 UCE Results

The Ministry of Education has set the date for the release of the 2017 Uganda Certificate of Education (UCE) results. “The Minister of Education and Sports shall officially release the Uganda Certificate of Education results for the year 2017 to the public on Wednesday 7th February, 2018,” reads the announcement from

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Airtel Uganda

Airtel Uganda Rewards Best Performers in Adopted Schools

Best performing students at Airtel adopted schools, St. Ponsiano PrimaryKyamula School in Makindye, Sseke Primary School in Lwengo District, Ndeeba Church of Uganda Primary Schoolin Kayunga Districtand Nanfugaki Primary School in Iganga District, have been rewarded by Airtel Uganda with a secondary school requirements starter packscholastic materials to kick start

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OPINION: Our Universities Should Not Be Turned Into Vocational Institutions

Opinion: Daniel Ddiba At the 13th Gulu University graduation ceremony on 13th January 2018, the First Lady and Minister of Education, in a speech read for her by Hon. Jacob Oulanyah, castigated universities for having very “theoretical” teaching as opposed to “practical” teaching. Understandably, her comments were made in an effort

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PHOTOS: Singer Spice Diana Graduates at Makerere

Popular Ugandan female singer Diana Namukwaya better known by her stage name Spice Diana is over the moon after graduating from Makerere University on Friday. Spice Diana graduated with a Bachelor Of Industrial And Fine Arts degree. The singer has over the years been juggling her music career with school, something that

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Donald Luwaga

INTERVIEW: A Walk in the World of Young Architect Donald Luwaga

At the core of any civilization, architecture plays a great part in cultural, religious and historical perceptions of society. Architecture has the ability to invoke different feelings, moods and the overall state of mind, giving a sense of togetherness. Tapping into the thoughts of young architect Donald Luwaga, he gives us an

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UNEB Releases 2017 PLE Results, Cites Improvement in Performance

The Uganda National Examinations Board (UNEB) has Friday (January 12, 2018) released results of the 2017 Primary Leaving Examinations (PLE). A total of 646,080 candidates sat the exams of which 333,495 were female and were 312,585 male. Performance UNEB Chairman Prof. Mary Okwakol, who handed over the results to First Lady and Minister

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13 Year Old Ugandan Wins African Spelling Bee Competition

Team Uganda has emerged winners at the just concluded second African Spelling Bee held on December 16, 2017 in South Africa, winning a pack of goodies, money and a 25% scholarship from Monash South Africa, one of the top 100 Universities in the World. Promise Kitara, 13, a pupil of Tororo

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