Go and Start Life, Change the Communities; VU Graduands Told


By Daniels N. Tatya Congratulations were but to tell the Victoria University class of 2019 graduands to start life out side the school and be agents of change out in the different communities they will live. This was at the Universities ceremony to pass out 53 graduands at the institutions 4th graduation themed, “Developing Agents of Change,” at Speke Resort Munyonyo.                                                   Graduant leads VU’s Director…

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Victoria secures 45-acreage Land to build World Class University premises


BY Xpress Times Reporter Victoria University, one of the private-owned and fast growing Universities in Uganda has revealed plans to expand after acquiring another piece of land where they intend to construct a new campus. This was revealed by Rajiv Ruparelia, the University Promoter and Director during the University’s 4th graduation ceremony recently. “Victoria University has acquired a 45-acre piece of land in an upscale Kampala suburb-Naalya to design and construct a fully fledged campus for hands on training in technology and other courses with facilities like laboratories,” Rajiv said,…

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Kampala Parents’ School Goes Practical With Entrepreneurship Nurturing


BY Xpress Times Reporter Children have to be introduced to the basics of entrepreneurship at an early stage so that they are able to fight poverty, the Principal Kampala Parent’s School (KPS) Daphne Kato has advised. She was speaking at the end of the week-long art and technology exhibition which took place at Kampala Parents’ School. The principal said entrepreneurship skills will help the youth to be economically self-sustaining as opposed to looking at the government for white-collar jobs which are not handy. Kato said her school has strategically invested…

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Ambassador Brings India To Victoria University


By Xpress Times Reporter The Indian High Commission in Uganda commissioned the ‘Indian Corner’ at Victoria University library a move looked at a way of promoting education and culture at the university. Ugandan students will now learn more about Indian culture without flying out of the country. The Indian Ambassador to Uganda Mr. Ravi Shankar was recently at Victoria University to open the Indian Corner inside the University’s library. In the corner, you can find all sorts of books talking about the history and culture of India. The Vice-Chancellor Victoria…

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Victoria University Student Research paper Published in the American Journal of Pediatrics


By Our Writer The research authored by Baru Ruth Sharon Apio a student in the Department of Public Health, Faculty of Health Sciences, Victoria University Kampala Uganda shared Stunting facts in Children in Uganda and how the problem can be prevented in detail. Published on August 4, gives Data from the 2016 Uganda Demographic and Health Survey used to identify possible socio-economic inequalities in stunting among 3941 children aged 6-59 months. also the research tackled Multivariate binary logistic regression models were fitted to calculate the odds ratios and their corresponding…

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IN THE NAME OF SPORT; Victoria University and FUBA enter into Partnership to Train, Skill and Develop Basketball Talent further

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Mr. Nassar Sserunjogi, the President of FUBA signing MOU with Victoria  University VC Dr Krishna By Daniels N. Tatya The partnership will see the sport of basketball to the next level of competition given the proper training facilities and skilling to the managers, coaches, administrators and the guys that directly engage their bodies in the sport and on the playing fields-courts. According to Mrs. M.G Katushabe Ssemwezi the University Academic Registrar, Fuba will benefit from such short term training, scholarships to the basketball top players. “We want to go all…

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MARK SEREBE: The Victoria University Guild President who does not believe so much in Privileges and Benefits of the office but Student Service Delivery


By Daniels N. Tatya Talking to Mark Serebe, the new Victoria University student leader or call him the Guild President you realize that he is not the man to demand for so much from the institution as other guild president crave. His is a pure heart of transparency and passion for his colleagues at the University and his readiness to serve them with all his energies in his one-year tenure in office. A student leader to the level of a guild president at an institution you may say there are…

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Lake Naivasha Institute Brings close an employment sure chance in Uganda.

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 Mr.Godfrey Akamanya the Country representative, Lake Naivasha Institute in uganda office  Adding even more value to Job Seekers in this competitive employment environment You may have once or even twice gone for a job interview and the interviewing panel asked; why do you think you need this job? Or, what skills will you add given the job? Even still, what is your added advantage? plus you experiences. You might choose to risk, but why that lie especially now that Lake Naivasha institute is here in Uganda. yes, the skills and…

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At Victoria University, You come Prepared to learn and Leave Prepared to Succeed says Ambrose Byamugisha Muhoozi the Dean of Students

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  The writer taking an interview with the dean of students Ambrose Byamugisha Muhoozi in his office at Victoria university  By Daniels N. Tatya   Ambrose Byamugisha Muhoozi will interest you into enrolling quickly at the Victoria University Kampala. Byamugisha is the Students Support Officer or call him the Dean of students at the University where he says, that, despite giving the best education in the Country, the students’ wish is their command. “We make sure the learning atmosphere at our University facilities is enjoying because the students learn in an…

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Sudhir Ruparelia Recommends Dr Nahabwe’s Book Treating Small Businesses

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Businessman Dr. Sudhir Ruparelia has hailed Dr. Innocent Nahabwe for writing a book that will help young businesses and people. The successful businessman said he was respectful and amazed when he read the book. Dr. Ruparelia was speaking Friday at Kingdom Kampala during the launch of Dr. Nahabwe’s book titled ‘Treating Small Businesses: Lessons From My Operations’. He was the Guest of Honour at the book launch. “This book will give guidance to growth of startups and young people in business,” Dr. Ruparelia said. He described Dr. Nahabwe with whom…

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