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    The ideal education, the ideal teaching-learning enabler:
    (Kampala International University, Institute of Social Research, 2015-11) Sumil, Novembrieta R.; Manyange, Michael Nyasimi; Kiyundo, Zikanga; Nzarirwehi, Jackson
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    What is derailing establishment of a public open university?
    (New Vision, 2019-12-11) Wagabaza, Owen
    This Week Uganda will host an international conference on distance learning in Africa. The open impact conference will be co-hosted by Makerere University in partnership with the Open University, UK and the association of Common Wealth Universities.Owen Wagabaza analyses why the open university model has not taken root in Uganda.
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    Kadaga urges girls on vocational studies
    (New Vision, 2019-12-11) Kisige, Abou
    Speaker of Parliament Rebecca Kadaga has urged girls in Busoga sub-region to embrace vocational education in an effort to make them self-reliant in this ever-changing world. She said many girls are shunning vocational education and ending up in fields where they fail to get meaningful employment.
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    Kyambogo graduation: Teachers, engineers best performers
    (New Vision, 2019-12-11) Kitubi, Martin; Amamukirori, Betty
    The teaching and engineering professionals have had more first class students than other professional in sixteenth Kyambogo University Graduation. The graduation ceremony starts today and ends on Friday. According to gradation list which New Vision has obtained, the bachelor of education students registered the highest number of graduands with first class degrees at 20.
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    Kyambogo University gets first Phd graduates
    (New Vision, 2019-12-10) Amamukirori, Betty
    Michael Bamuwamye and Samuel Gafuma are set to become the graduates with PhDs from Kyambogo University. The duo will be graduating with PhDs in Food and Technology tomorrow during the university's 16th graduation ceremony. Bamuwamye's thesis for the award of the PhD is on the health risks associated with metal exposure in roasted meat, drinking water and black tea.