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KUCCPS 2016 COURSE APPLICATION FOR 2015 KCSE CANDIDATES

Wednesday, 11 November 2015 /

We wish to inform our readers that the school online application system for the 2015 K.C.S.E Examination Candidates opened on September 1, 2015 and will close on January 15, 2016. The application system is open to all Schools/ Centres with 2015 K.C.S.E. Candidates wishing to apply for Degree and Diploma courses in Universities and Colleges respectively.

NEW10 THINGS YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT KUCCPS 2017/18 FIRST REVISION OF COURSES 

All K.C.S.E. candidates with a minimum grade of C- and above or equivalent including those who did their K.C.S.E in past years are eligible for admission under Government sponsorship for Diploma courses offered in Technical and Vocational Education and Training Institutions.

We encourage students with C- and above to take advantage and apply for admission to Colleges under Government Sponsorship.

The relevant guiding application information can be accessed from our website or via the official website of the placement for downloads.

 Also Read:

1. Kuccps New formular for calculating Cluster Points
2. How to Apply A course using the Online Application System

Pwani University closed indefinitely following students protest over water crisis

Wednesday, 21 October 2015 /

Pwani University Closed

Pwani University was on Tuesday closed down indefinitely after the students protested over lack of water for the last two weeks. 

The acute shortage of the precious commodity is as a result of the disconnection of supplies to the Kilifi and Mariakani Water and Sewerage Company by the Coast Water Services board over a Kshs 1.2 billion debt.

 
In a memo, Vice-Chancellor Mohamed Rajab ordered the students to vacate the premises by 11am on Tuesday. The memo read  read in part:

“Following an acute shortage of water for the last two weeks as a result of the disconnection of supplies to the Kilifi and Mariakani Water and Sewerage Company by the Coast Water Services Board, the University Senate has decided to close the institution until further notice.”

The latest universities to hit headlines following students’ protests include Egerton University, Maseno University, Jaramogi Oginga Odinga, Mombasa Technical, Kibabii and Laikipia university.



Technical University of Mombasa Indefinitely Closed after students Protest aganist Fee Increment

Monday, 19 October 2015 /


The Technical University of Mombasa was closed indefinitely on Monday 20th of October 2015, after students took to the streets in protest against fee increment and other management issues they say are hampering learning at the institution.

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The students accused the university of increasing the school fees by Sh3,000 without "official communication". The comrades also demanded the senate to review supplementary exams and called for the immediate resignation of the VC, Josphat Mwatela for incapacitation in service delivery.

SEE ALSO:Maseno Uni Closed Following the killing of 2 students

According to the University senate, through a notice issued today, it has become impossible to continue normal university activities. However, Kwale and Lamu campuses will not be affected by the closure, added the statement that was signed by Vice-Chancellor Josphat Mwatelah.
  
The students were ordered to vacate the halls of residence and the university’s premises within 30 minutes.

Here is the notice:















End Results:



Two garbage collection trucks belonging to the Mombasa County government burnt by the rioting students.
 


Mombasa County Govt. truck burnt by the rioting students