The Uganda National Examinations Board yesterday announced a new executive secretary-Mr Daniel Nokrach Odongo who is to replace the long serving Mathew Bukenya. Mathew Bukenya has been in this position since1997. Read more
The Ministry of Education, Science, Technology and Sports has released results of the 2015 Primary Living Examination (PLE). Results of 909 candidates have been withheld over suspected examination malpractice. Read more
The year ended in style for Victoria University Students as they wound down 2015 in style. They celebrated Christmas and also had a very colorful guild handover ceremony at Arirang Restaurant. They were then treated with tickets to the just concluded Born to Win concert Read more
Victoria University is to host the Peer Educators Academy 2016 which will start in January 2016 at Victoria Towers plot 1-13 Jinja Road, Kampala, Uganda
The Peer Educators Academy is an initiative that was started in January 2014 by Reach A Hand, Uganda. Read more
Judith is already a mother of four, at the tender age of 22 years. As she sits by the verandah of her hut in Loro sub-county in Gulu, she is winnowing a tray of millet, in preparation for a meal for her family.
Judith dropped out of school in P4 after she became pregnant. Read more
In order to curb high failure rates at P7, Kasese recently introduced pre-entry exams for P6. According to the district inspector of schools, Earnest Bwambale Thabugha, the move was to be carried out across the district, to ensure only those likely to pass their primary leaving exams (PLE) get into P7.Read more
The government has been urged to pay more attention to the girl-child under the Universal Primary Education (UPE).
The call came from the Global Partnership for Education (GPE)’s chief executive officer, Alice Albright, as she toured some of the projects being implemented in Uganda. Read more
At least 13,855 students at Kyambogo University may miss their end of semester one examinations after failing to pay their tuition in time.
Speaking at the university council room last Friday, Kyambogo University’s acting vice chancellor, Prof Eli Katunguka-Rwakishaya, said the affected students had not paid any monies since the semester started in August. Read more