At least 9400 candidates have been registered to do the Allied Health Examinations which kick off today, the Uganda Allied Health Examinations Board.
This was revealed during the briefing of scouts and invigilators
Over 20,000 candidates from 375 centers across the country are set to sit for this year’s May/ June 2016 Uganda Business and Technical examinations Board, UBTEB which kicked off this morning.
During the briefing, the Boards executive secretary
Makerere University students turned rowdy rioting over rape allegations and the new tuition policy introduce by the University administration. The rowdy students attempted to petition Parliament to present their grievances to the Speaker, after
Nabisunsa - At a time when the National Curriculum Development Centre finalizes its changes in the national education curriculum, teachers and educationists are calling for a quicker procedure to implement the new curriculum. At a get together session for Nabisunsa Old Girls and the current students at the school, the alumnae called a speedy process to have the new education curriculum
Uganda business technical examinations board UBTEB has released the Nov/Dec 2015 examinations indication a tremendous improvement in the candidates performance compared to those who sat last year.
Handing over the exams to the Minister of education Jesca Alupo at
Kampala:At a time when most youth in the country struggle to get absorbed in the labor sector, the business skills examining body, Uganda Business and Technical examinations board, UBTEB have expressed concern on the number of girls who enroll for business and technical skills.
This was revealed by the Board’s Ag Executive Secretary Onesmus Oyesigye during a
Masaka –District Education Authorities in Lwengo have closed up to 15 Primary Schools with another 45 receiving a stern warning. The District Inspector for Schools Joseph Mulumba headed the operation to crack down on all Schools that lacked the minimum hygienic standards. A total of 60 Schools had been highlighted for possible
Public Universities’ Non-Teaching Executive Forum (PUNTSEF) has resumed its industrial strike after government’s failure to meet their demands including payment of Ugx34 billion in arrears. The Non-Teaching Staff claim that officials in the Ministry of Finance are tossing them up and down yet the president directed that their demands be met.