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Thursday, 04 June 2015 16:09

Kyambogo University Human Resource Manual

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HUMAN RESOURCES MANUAL

A Manual that Documents Policies, Procedures and Guidelines for the Management of Human Resources and Moderating the Behaviour of Employees of Kyambogo University

 

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Tuesday, 31 March 2015 08:10

Exams Management Final

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1 Magement of Examinations Process

The purpose of this document is to provide a guideline for the Management and processing of results in accordance with the Kyambogo University Examinations Regulations. Results management and processing in this guide covers three key sections, namely:

  1. Management of Examination
  2. Processing of Results
  3. Payment for Teaching and Examination related activities

The Management of Examinations encompasses the administration of: correspondence with staff, setting course works and examinations, moderation of examinations, sanctions in case of failure abide rules set, special consideration requests, and examination invigilation.

The Processing of results includes the administration of: receiving course works and examination marks, entering the marks, processing the marks, approvals of results, publishing results and sanctions in case of failure to abide by the set guidelines.

The guide shall apply when the university transits to fully computerized management and processing of results.

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2 Kyambogo University Examinations Regulations 

 

Examinations Regulations for Bachelors Degree, Diploma and Certificate of Kyambogo University.

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Friday, 27 March 2015 11:44

Directorate of Information Communication Technology Services

ICT Policy


 

 

Kyambogo University (KyU), established in 2003 as one of the Public Universities in Uganda is in the process of transformation to ensure efficient and effective service delivery to her clients. The University has positioned itself as one of the leading Universities in Uganda offering a number of academic and skilling programmes that are in line with National and International development needs.

The University's Strategic Plan of 2012/13 to 2022/23 defines the systematic direction of the growth of Kyambogo University which is premised in its motto of advancing knowledge and skills for service in all areas of research, engineering, teacher education, special needs, technical science, vocational education and outreach activities.

In order to realize this strategic direction (strategic focus area ii and iii), the university is steadily expanding its ICT resources and services. This has been supported by university's in-house developed software referred to as the e-Kampus System that streamline fees payment, admissions and registration of students, dissemination of results to students among others.

 

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Thursday, 15 January 2015 07:26

 Department of Languages & Communication 

ENGLISH LANGUAGE STUDIES


 

The English language Studies Section offers the following to the

BAA & BA.ED students.

Year I             Semester I

EL 111:    Introduction to the Study of Language

EL 112:   The Respective Skills of Communication

Year II

EL  211:    The Structure of English I (Phonetics & Phonology)

EL  212:    The Structure of English II Grammar

EL  213 :    Sociolinguistics

EL  214 :    Vocabulary

EL  215:      Functional varieties of English Language

EL  216:      Language Culture & Ideology

Year III

311:      Materials development & Evaluation (teachers)

312:     Morphology of English

313:     Curriculum, syllabus & courser design for teachers

314:     Research Methods in English Language

315:     Discourse Analysis

For the second semester the department offers:

Year I       Semester II

 EL  121:  Theories of Language & Language Learning

 122:   The Productive Skills of Communication

Year II

EL   221:    Language Testing (Teachers)

 222:     English teaching methods (teachers)

 223:     Semantics

 224:     Translation Theory & Practice

 225:     English in Contact Conflict

 226:     The Structure of Complex Sentence

Year III

EL  321:    English Stylistics

322:  English Language Teaching Methods I (teachers)

323:    Drama in ELT/ELS

324:    Editing & Publishing

325:    Research report writing

326:   Trends & issues in Contemporary English

Bachelor of Education:

This is a two year course offered to Diploma holder teachers who have served as teachers for at least three years.

The department offers them the following courses.

Year I      Semester I

EL  111:   Introduction to the Study of Language

112:   Listening & Speaking

113:   Theories of language teaching & Language Learning

Year I       Semester II

 EL  121:    Sociolinguistics in Language Teaching & Language Learning

122:    The Structure of English I

123:    Vocabulary

124:    Reading & Writing

Year II     Semester I

EL 221:     Research Methods

212:     The Structure of English II

213:     Assessment

214 :    ELT curriculum, syllabus & course design.

Year II     Semester II

EL  221:    English Stylistics

222:    Materials Design, Production & Development

223:    Drama in ELT

224:    English for Specific

Monday, 12 January 2015 10:44

Geography and Social Studies

Staff Members



 FULL TIME STAFF                                                                                                QUALIFICATION

  1. Dr.. Turyabanawe Loy Gumisiriza, Lecturer/Ag. HOD                                     MA (LURD), PGDE, CERT. RS & GIS, BAA
  2. Dr. Wambede M. Nabalegwa, Lecturer                                                           Ph.D, MSC, BA.Ed
  3. Dr. Barasa Benard   Senior Lecture                                                                    Ph.D, PGD PPM, MENR, BEM                  
  4. Mr. Kinyera-Apuke George, Lecturer                                                              M.Ed, PGDE, BAA, Cert. RS & GIS
  5. Ms. Nabbosa Milly Sebanda, Lecturer                                                             MA, Cert. RS & GIS, BA.Ed
  6. Mrs. Othieno Ebifa Esther, Lecturer                                                                 MSC, PGDE, Cert. RS & GIS, BSC.
  7. Mr. Kitooke K. Paul, Lecturer                                                                           M.Ed, BA.Ed
  8. Me. Balyesiima D. Frank, Lecturer                                                                  M.Ed, BA.Ed
  9. Mr. Watsusi Cosmas Nicholas, Assistant Lecturer                                           MSC, PGDE, Cert. RS &GIS, BA.A
  10. Ms. Luwedde Hanifah Assistant Lecturer                                                         MA (LURD), B.Ed
  11. Ms. Kinaazika Amina Assistant Lecturer                                                         MA, BA.Ed, Dip.Educ
  12. Ms. Muyama Eunice   Assistant Lecturer                                                        MA (Geography) M.Ed, BA.Ed
  13. Mr. Asaba Joyfred, Assistant Lecturer                                                              MA, BA.Ed.
  14. Mr. Oiko Daniel Aemu, Assistant Lecturer                                                        M.Ed (SS&AE), B.Ed (Hons), Dip Educ (TE), Cert Educ (Grade III)

PART TIME STAFF

  1. Mr. Kyewalabye Fredrick, Lecturer                                                                  M.Ed, BA.Ed
  2. Mr. Were John Mugulo, Lecturer                                                                         MA (Geography) BA
  3. Mr. Mulabi Andrew, Lecturer                                                                                Msc. BA. Ed
  4. Mr. Gakwandi Gaetan, Lecture                                                                            MA (Geography), BA. Ed
  5. Ms. Mwoyogwona Barbara, Teaching Assistant                                              BED, Dip.Ed. MA (on-going)
  6. Ms Akello Gertrude          Teaching Assistant                                                      BED, Dip. Ed, MA (on-going)
  7. Mr. Kambali Solomon Teaching Assistant                                                           BA. Ed, MA(on-going)
  8. Mr Esagu Calvin, Teaching Assistant                                                                  BA. Ed

CONTRACT STAFF

  1.  Ms Nabatta Clare Graduate Fellow                                                                  BA. Ed. MA (on-going)
  2. Mr. Mukisa GeofreyGraduate Fellow                                                                  BA. Ed. MA (on-going)

SUPPORT STAFF

1. Mrs Nyakecho Christine Speciosa Secretary                                                          UACE, Dip. Sec. Science

2. Ms Nakalembe Barbra       Office Attendant                                                                UCE

 

Monday, 12 January 2015 10:04

 Department Geography and Social Studies

Programmes and Courses offered


 

The department runs a number of courses that are offered to both post graduate and under graduate students on the following programmes:

a. Bachelor of Education degree, (BED)
b. Bachelor of Arts with Education (AED)
c. Bachelor of Science with Education (ESD)
d. Bachelor of Arts in Arts (BAK)
e. Bachelor of Arts in Social Sciences (BASS)
f.  Post graduate Diploma in Education (PGDE)
g. Post graduate Diploma in Teacher Education (PGDTE)
h. Master of Arts in Geography (MAG)

Courses offered on BED Programme

This is a two year programme offered to in-service students in four semesters 

Year I Courses 
GG 111: World Environments  4 CU
GG 112: Field Laboratory Techniques, Quantitative and Research Methods in Geography  4 CU 
GG 121: Elements of Physical Geography  CU
GG 122: Geography of World Development  4 CU

Year 2 Courses
GG 211: Geography of Uganda (with a field work component)  4 CU
GG 212: Population Geography  4 CU
GG 213: Urban Geography  4 CU
GG 221: Geography Education  4 CU 
GG 222: Applied Geomorphology 4 CU
GG 223: Remote Sensing and GIS  4 CU

Courses offered on B.Ed  SST Programme

Year I Courses
SS 111: World regions and Man's Settlement   3 CU
SS 112: Population, Environment and Development   3 CU
SS 113: Evolution of Societies and Heritage in Africa   3 CU
SS 121: Evolution of Uganda as a Nation State  3 CU
SS 122: Emergence of Liberal Democracy  3 CU
SS 123: Rural Economy for self Reliance  3 CU
SS 124: Advanced Methods in Social Studies  3 CU

Year 2 Courses
SS 211: Post Independence Africa  3 CU
SS 212: Cooperation for Development in Africa  3 CU
SS 213: Map, Photo and Field Skills  3 CU
SS 214: USA, Case Study of highly developed Economies through Private Enterprise based on vast resources  3 CU
SS 215: Europe: Technically Developed Economies with particular reference to specific countries  3 CU
SS 221: Quest for Peace in the World Community  3 CU
SS 222: Asia, Population Resources and Development  3 CU
SS 223: Instructional Materials, Research and Evaluation  3 CU

Courses offered on BA. AED & ESD programmes

Year 1 Courses
GG 111: Systematic Geography of East Africa  3 CU 
GG 112: World Environments  3 CU

Year 2 Courses
GG 211 Geography of Africa  3 CU
GG 212: Field, Laboratory Techniques, Quantitative and Research Methods in Geography  3 CU 
GG 213: Geography of Anglo-America  3 CU
GG 214: Development of Modern Geography  3 CU
GG 221: Geography Teaching Methods  3 CU
GG 222: Human Geography  3 CU
GG 223: Applied Geomorphology  3 CU
GG 224: Applied Climatology 3 CU
GG 225: Remote Sensing and GIS 3 CUYear 3 Courses
GG 311: Geography of Uganda  3 CU
GG 312: Geography Teaching Methods 3 CU
GG 313: Population Geography 3 CU
GG 314: Urban Geography 3 CU
GG 315: Geography of Western Europe 3 CU
GG 321: Geography Teaching Methods III  3 CU 
GG 322: Principles of Resource Development and Conservation  3 CU
GG 323: Applied Biogeography  3 CU
GG 324: Applied Geographical Information Systems  3 CU 
GG 325: Applied Environmental Remote Sensing  3 CU
GG 326: Research Report (elective for majors)  3 CU

Courses offered on the BAK and BASS programmes

Year I Courses
GG 111: Systematic Geography of East Africa  3 CU
GG 112: World Environments  3 CU
GG 121: Elements of Physical Geography  3 CU
GG 122: Geography of World Development  3 CU

Year 2 Courses
GG 211: Geography of Africa  3 CU
GG 212: Laboratory Techniques and Field work  3 CU
GG 213: Development of Modern Geography  3 CU
GG 214: Rural Geography  3 CU
GG 215: Agricultural Geography  3 CU
GG 216: Cartography  3 CU
GG 217: Biogeography  3 CU
GG 221: Quantitative and Research Methods in Geography  3 CU
GG 222: Human Geography  3 CU
GG 223: Applied Geomorphology  3 CU
GG 224: Applied Climatology  3 CU
GG 225: Remote Sensing and GIS  3 CU
GG 226: Global Environmental crises  3 CU

Year 3 Courses
GG 311: Geography of Uganda (with a field work component)  3 CU
GG 312: Population Geography  3 CU
GG 313: Hydrology  3 CU
GG 314: Transport Geography  3 CU
GG 315: Soils and S & Y Management  3 CU
GG 316: Land use and Resource Development & Conservation  3 CU
GG 321: Principles of Resource Development & Conservation  3 CU
GG 322: Urbanisation and City Management  3 CU
GG 323 Applied Biogeography  3 CU
GG 324: Applied Geographical Information systems 3 CU
GG 325: Applied Environmental Remote Sensing 3 CU
GG 326: Research Report (elective for majors)  3 CU

Courses offered on PGDE Programme

GE 414: Geography Teaching Methods I 4 CU
GE 424: Geography Teaching Methods II  4 CU

Courses offered on PGDTE Programme

GTS 411: Introduction to SST Teaching and Learning  4 CU
GTS 421: Theory and Application of Methods in SST  4 CU
GTS 422: Research Evaluation in SST  3 CU

Courses offered on MAG Programme

GG 612: Principle Foundations of Geography  4 CU
GG 611: Research methods in Geography  4 CU
GG 613: Land Resources Management and the environment  4 CU
GG 614: Rural and Urban Geography  4 CU
GG 615: Applied Geomorphology and Land classification  4 CU
GG 616: Population and labour force mobility 4 CU
GG 617: Soil Geography  4 CU
GG 618: Urban Management  4 CU
GG 619: Land Evaluation for Rural Land use Planning  4 CU
GG 621: Remote Sensing and GIS Applications  4 CU
GG 622: Spatial, Analysis and Regional Planning  4 CU
GG 623: Ground and Surface Water Hydrology  4 CU
GG 624: Sociol Economic Aspects for Regional Planning and Development 4 CU
GG 625: Water and Soil Conservation  4 CU
GG 626: Advanced Climatology and Meteorology  4 CU
GG 627: Applied Bio-geography  4 CU
GG 628: Urban Land use Planning and Management  4 CU
GG 631: Dissertation

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Monday, 29 December 2014 11:56

INVITATION TO PRE-QUALIFY FOR SUPPLIES, SERVICES AND WORKS

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INVITATION FOR BIDS (IFB)

SUPPLY AND DELIVERY OF A STATION WAGON KYU/SUPLS/2017-18/00671


 

1. Kyambogo University has allocated funds to be used for the Procurement of a station wagon vehicle.
2. Kyambogo University now invites sealed bids from eligible bidders for the Supply & Delivery of a station wagon vehicle.

3. Bidding will be conducted in accordance with the Open Domestic bidding procedures contained in the Public Procurement and Disposal of Public Assets Act, 2003 (as amended), and are open to all bidders.

4. Interested eligible bidders may obtain further information and inspect the bidding documents at the address given below at 6(b) from 8.00 a.m – 5.00 p.m.

5. The Bidding Documents in English may be purchased by interested bidders upon payment of a non-refundable fee of Ug.Shs. 100,000/= (One hundred thousand shillings only) payable onto Kyambogo University A/C 9030005704587 Stanbic bank.
Payment procedures: Pay to the above account, present the Bank payment slip to the University Cash Office for issuance of receipt to be presented to Procurement and Disposal Unit at the address on 6(b) for issuance of the Solicitation document.

6. (a) Sealed applications clearly marked “Application for Supply & Delivery of a station wagon vehicle” should physically be delivered at the under mentioned address by 10.00am on Wednesday, 30th May 2018. The bids will be opened at 12:00Noon. at the Procurement and Disposal Unit, in the presence of the applicants who wish to attend.
Note that the bidding documents should be submitted in properly sealed envelopes labeled, “Supply & Delivery of a Station Wagon Vehicle- KYU/SUPLS/2017-18/00671”.

(b) The Head Procurement and Disposal Unit, Administration Building (1st Floor), Kyambogo University, P.O. Box 1, Kyambogo, Tel 0414-287642.

7. Bids must be delivered to the address above at 6 (b) at or before Wednesday, 30th May 2018: All bids must be accompanied by a bid security of Ugshs.6,000,000 (six million Uganda Shillings). Late bids shall be rejected. Bids will be opened in the presence of the bidders’ representatives who choose to attend at the address below at 6(b) at 12:00 noon, on Wednesday, 30th May 2018.

8. The criteria to be used for evaluation are set out in the Solicitation documents and are in accordance with the procedures specified in the Public Procurement and Disposal of Public Assets Act and its Regulations, 2003.
9. The planned procurement schedule (Subject to changes) is as follow;

-          Activity Schedule  

-          Date

-          Publish bid notice

-          Pre-Bid meeting

-          Bid closing date

-          Evaluation process

-          Display and communication   of best evaluated bidder notice

-          Contract award and signature

-          Thursday, 17th May 2018

-          Friday, 22nd  May 2018 at 11:00am

-          Wednesday , 30th May 2018 at  10:00am

-          By Friday, 4th June 2018

-          (Within 10 working days from Contracts Committee approval of evaluation report)

-          After approval by Solicitor General

Charles Okello

University Secretary/Accounting Officer

Monday, 29 December 2014 11:39

Admissions Process


 

 

 

 

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