Offices and Section Headships and Leaderships
Kyambogo University Online Resources
- AGORA: one of Research4life databases
The AGORA site (courtesy of FAO), provides free or low-cost access to major scientific journals in agriculture, and related biological, environmental and social sciences for public academic institutions in developing countries.
- American Chemical Society: Access by IP address authentication
ACS provides more than 30 high quality, high impact journals and magazines countrywide for all academic, research and educational libraries within participating countries, in chemistry and related fields.
- American Society of Agricultural & Biological Engineers (ASABE): Access by IP address authentication
Journals on agriculture and biological engineering.
- American Society of Civil Engineers: Access by IP address authentication
ASCE Journals Online provides unprecedented access to 30 journals encompassing more than 18,500 full-text papers published since 1995 - that's over 175,000 pages! Approximately 1500 new papers will be added each year.
- Blackwell-Synergy/Wiley InterScience: Access by IP address authentication
Blackwell-Synergy (now merged with Wiley InterScience) provides access to over 750 peer-reviewed journals in a wide range of academic disciplines, namely: Science, Technology, Medicine, Humanities, and Social Sciences.
- Cambridge Journals Online: Access by IP address authentication
This database provides access to over 190 journal titles in Linguistics, Politics, Medicine, Science, Technology, Social Science, and Humanities.
- The Cochrane Library: Access by IP address authentication
The Cochrane Library is a medical/health resource database comprised of critical reviews, abstracts and trails in all branches of medicine and health care.
- EBSCO: Access by IP address authentication
The EBSCO Host Site is a collection of online databases of journals and other learned content. Under the PERI programme, access is provided to 8 databases (Academic Search Premier, Business Source Premier, ERIC, Masterfile Premier, Newspaper Source, Health Source Nursing Academic, Health Source Customer Edition, and MEDLINE), which can be searched individually or in groups by selection.
- Emerald Group Publishing Limited:
The Emerald database offers the world├óÔé¼Ôäós widest range of over 100 journal titles in management, librarianship, information communication and technology, most of them in full text.
(This resource can only be accessed from the Library ICT Lab)
GALE (THOMAS LEARING): Access by IP address authentication
The GALE database has two collections:
- Academic ASP provides access to full-text periodical articles on Current events, Economics, Education, History, Humanities, Literature and Art, Political Science, Religion, and Sociology.
- Health and Wellness Resource Center provides access to journals, magazines, newspapers, definitions, directories, and information on health-related issues.
- HINARI: One of Research4life databases
The HINARI site (courtesy of WHO), provides free or low-cost access to 2300 biomedical and related social sciences journals and other resources for the health sector and academic
(This resource can only be accessed from the Library ICT Lab)
- Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers:
IEEE provides full text access to the world's highest quality technical literature in electrical engineering, computer science, and electronics. IEEE also contains full text documents from IEEE journals, transactions, magazines, letters, conference proceedings, standards, and IET (Institution of Engineering and Technology) publications.
- Institute of Physics Publishing (IOPP): Access by IP address authentication
IOPP offers access to journals in Physics and other related disciplines available in full text.
- International Forestry Review: Access by IP address authentication
International Forestry Review is a peer-reviewed scientific journal that publishes papers, research notes, and book reviews on all aspects of forestry and forest research.
- NISC: Access by IP address authentication
Provides access to 4 databases on Africa covering a wide range of information about Africa. These databases include African HealthLine, Africa-Wide: NiPAD (NISC information, Publications and African Databases), Fish & Fisheries Worldwide and Water Resources Worldwide.
- OARE: One of Research4life databases
Online Access to Research in the Environment is an international public-private consortium coordinated by the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), YaleUniversity, and leading science and technology publishers. It enables developing countries to gain free access to one of the world's largest collections of environmental science literature.
- OxfordUniversity Press (OUP) Oxford Scholarship Online: Access by IP address authentication
Provides access to articles on religion, political science, economics and finance modules.
- Palgrave Macmillan Journals (access not activated):
The site provides access to journals mainly in the social sciences and the humanities.
- The Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC): Access by IP address authentication
Under the PERI programme, this site provides access to a collection of journals in the field of chemistry.
- The Royal Society of London: Access by IP address authentication
This database provides access to articles in the fields of science and technology.
- Sage Publications: Access by IP address authentication
Over 490 journals in the humanities, social sciences and STM.
- SpringerLink (only 50 titles):
To search the whole database, click this link:http://www.springerlink.com/
SpringerLink provides access to journals mainly in the fields of science, engineering, technology and other related disciplines.
RESOURCES DECLARED FOR FREE ACCESS
The resources in this category are e-journals, e-books and resourceful information contained in conference proceedings and reports.
- American Physical Society: Access by IP address authentication
APS provides access to the Physical Review Online Archive (PROLA) and ten journals produced by the American Physical Society.
- Annual Reviews: Access by IP address authentication
Annual Reviews provides researchers, professors, and scientific professionals with a definitive academic resource in 34 scientific disciplines. Reviews publications are among the highest cited publications by impact factor according to the Institute for Scientific Information├é┬« (ISI).
- Beech Tree Publishing: Access by IP address authentication
Three international, peer-reviewed academic journals in the fields of Public policy for science and technology, Research, Environmental, social, health and other impacts.
- Free Access to Science provided under the WashingtonDC Principles
The resources outlined on this site are published research findings by Medical/Scientific Societies and Publishers like: American Society for Human Genetics, IEEE University Library
- Geological Society: Access by IP address authentication
Publishes the most topical and highest quality articles covering the full range of the Earth sciences. The Journal features short communications, interdisciplinary articles and reviews in key areas, and is one of the key titles for researchers in the geosciences.
- Institution of Chemical Engineers: Access by IP address authentication
Provide access to four journals, each containing original, peer-reviewed chemical, process and related engineering research
JSTOR offers both multidisciplinary and discipline-specific collections, such as arts and sciences, as well as Biological Sciences, Ecology & Botany, Health & General Sciences. Other disciplines include Mathematics, Statistics and Business.
(This resource can only be accessed from the Library ICT Lab)
- Mary Ann Liebert Publishers: Access by IP address authentication
Mary Ann Liebert database offers access to 55 authoritative publications in the most exciting and promising areas of biomedical research, clinical medicine & surgery, and law.
- Mineralogical Society of Great Britain and Ireland MinAbs Online
This database contains about 120,000 abstracts relating to the earth sciences, mineralogy, crystallography, geochemistry, economic geology, gemology, extraterrestrial mineralogy, environmental science and nano-particle science.
- NationalAcademy Press (US): Access by IP address authentication
NAP provides free access to books on Science, Engineering and Medicine.
- Oxford University Press (OUP): Access by IP address authentication
The OUP site offers access to journals in the following subject fields: Art history & Visual culture, Biochemistry & Molecular biology, Biology & Ecology, Communication studies, Computing & Engineering, Economics & Business, Genetics, Geoscience, Health sciences, History, Language studies, Linguistics & Philology, Law, Literary studies, Mathematics & Statistics, Medicine, Music, Neurology & Neuroscience, Philosophy, Physics, Political science, Psychology & Psychiatry, Religion, Sociology, Social policy, and Social work.
- University of Chicago Press: Access by IP address authentication
UCP provides full text access to journal articles on Astronomy, education, humanities, law, life and physical sciences, medical sciences and social sciences.
- University of California Press: Access by IP address authentication
It provides 7 journals covering area studies, history of Science, human research and bioethics, sociology and social interaction.
Libhub: Access is by IP address authentication
Provides access to articles from several publishers, using a single user interface. This is a one stop hub that allows you to access different databases in one location.
A collection of peer reviewed and full text educational resources
A leading full-text scientific database offering journal articles and book chapters from more than 2,500 journals and almost 20,000 books. In physical sciences and engineering, life sciences, Health sciences, Social sciences and humanities
The International Relations Office
The International Relations Office at Kyambogo University centralises, coordinates and handles international cooperation activities.
The main areas of work of the office include;
- Supporting and facilitating the cooperation between the University and it's international partners. It's role is to strengthen and help develop new and existing international collaborations, by offering information and practical logistics.
- The International Relations Office is responsible for organizing staff and student exchanges, and for welcoming and supporting exchange students as well as international guests at Kyambogo University.
- Kyambogo University has several ongoing collaborations with international partners. These include joint degree programs, joint research and development work, and exchange of students and staff.
Exchange opportunities to Kyambogo University
Kyambogo University welcomes international students to come for one or more semesters, to attend courses, carry out practice or fieldwork. One can attend courses at most departments at the university and apply for admission at Diploma or Undergraduate level.
All lectures are in English and the University facilitates international students to choose the courses that best fit their study needs.
For students that would like to do practical placement in Uganda, the International Relations Office will assist in finding schools or work places for practice. It also facilitates with field work, by linking interested students to organizations or institutions and to the academic staff at Kyambogo University, as well as offering practical guidance and advise.
Kyambogo University welcomes inquiries from educational institutions interested in establishing or developing partnerships.
For more information, please see the Information Guide for International Students
DEPUTY VICE CHANCELLOR-ACADEMIC AFFAIRS
The office of The Deputy Vice Chancellor-Academic Affairs welcomes you to Kyambogo University Web.site.
Kyambogo University aims at offering quality education to all students (National and International) in areas of Arts and Social Sciences, Vocational, Science, Engineering and Special Needs /Teacher Education and both our Vision and Mission act as the driving forces in attaining this aim amidst a rapidly changing and challenging environment.
Aware of our historical past, it is imperative for us to thank you all, our stake holders, for your unending support since our inception as a University in 2003.lt is through your support that we have achieved greater meaning, confidence and endurances as a University and we count on your continued support.
In pursuit of our ultimate goal of providing quality higher education, we have in place a number of offices among which is that of the Deputy Vice Chancellor-Academic Affairs which is mandated to perform the following key functions;
- Provision of academic leadership and co-ordination of research.
- Ensuring effective and efficient implementation of policies on teaching and research in order to maintain academic standards of the University.
- Evaluating curricula offered by the University and proposing reforms in accordance with national education policies and job market requirements.
- Handling duties of the office of the Vice Chancellor, in absence of the Vice Chancellor.
- Overseeing quality assurance in the University.
- Chairing the following committees of Senate: Admissions, Research, Grants & Publications, Library and Information services and Visitation and Affiliation committees.
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O - Level.
Faculty of Education Staffing
P.O. Box 1, Kyambogo Uganda
Current staff in the Faculty of Education 2009/2010 Academic Year
Full- Time Academic Staff
- Department of Educational Psychology
- Mr.Auma Okumu S. - HOD/Senior Lecturer
- Mr.Byamugisha G - Lecturer
- Mr.Ntare E.Rutondoki - Lecturer
- Mr.Baguwemu Ayub A - Lecturer
- Mr.Akolong Samuel - Lecturer
- Mr.Kagari James R - Lecturer
- Mrs.Bunoti Sarah N - Assistant Lecturer
- Ms.Ojambo Deborah - Assistant Lecturer
- Mr.Kibedi Henry Kasawo - Assistant Lecturer
- Ms.Namusoke Jane - Teaching Assistant
- Mr.Mayengo Nathaniel - Teaching Assistant
- Ms.Naiga Annet Diori - Teaching Assistant
- Mr.Kyansuku Godfrey - Teaching Assistant
- Mr.Kalibaza Stephen - Teaching Assistant
- Department of Foundations of Education
- Mr.Semanda Enosi - HOD/Lecturer
- Ms.Namyalo Geraldine - Lecturer
- Ms.Opit Elizabeth - Lecturer
- Mr.Kuteesa M.D - Assistant Lecturer
- Mr.Bagonza Godfrey - Teaching Assistant
- Ms.Tuhairwe Fulgencia - Teaching Assistant
- Mr.Kilimani Nicholas - Assistant Lecturer
Department of Educational Planning & Management
- Ms.Mbabazi E.G - HOD/Lecturer
- Mr.Kateshumbwa E - Lecturer
- Ms.Nabawanuka Phoebe - Lecturer
- Tusiime M.H - Assistant Lecturer
- Mr.Owino Philips - Assistant Lecturer
- Mr.Rutagarukayo David - Assistant Lecturer
- Mr.Okongo Wilberforce - Assistant Lecturer
- Mr.Rwakijuma K - Assistant Lecturer
- Mr.Ouno John - Teaching Assistant
- Mr.Rwothumio Joseph - Teaching Assistant
- Mr.Kasule George - Teaching Assistant
- Department of Distance Education
- Mr.Okot Daniel - HOD/Lecturer
- Mr.Otto Aron Yona - Senior Lecturer
- Mr.Sebukalu Semakula Paul - Lecturer
- Mr.Meya Andrew - Assistant Lecturer
Department of Teacher Education and Development Studies
- Mr.Bakaira Godfrey - HOD/Lecturer
- Ms.Akello Katherine Joy - Teaching Assistant
- Mrs.Muheirwe Monica - Lecturer
- Mrs.Lubega K.Margaret - Lecturer
- Mr.Kyakulumbye A.K - Lecturer
- Mrs.Kabahamba Ameri F - Lecturer
- Mr.Baguma Abel B - Lecturer
- Mrs. Kyambadde Njuki R - Lecturer
- Sr.Dr.Kaahwa M.G - Lecturer
- Mrs.Mbaga Suubi- Isiko - Lecturer
- Mr.Maani John S - Lecturer
- Mr.Bwayo John K - Lecturer
- Beigaruraho B.K.A - Lecturer
- Mrs.Opendi V.N - Lecturer
- Mr.Jongo Atwooki - Lecturer
- Ms.Geria Gloria - Lecturer
- Mr.Okello Benson - Lecturer
- Mr.Ddungu Kafuluma Mukasa - Assistant Lecturer
- Rev.Zinomuhanigi B.M - Assistant Lecturer
- Sr.Busingye Evangelista - Assistant Lecturer
- Ms. Nakidde C.K - Assistant Lecturer
- Mr.Ejuu Godfrey - Teaching Assistant
- Ms. Asiimwe Florence - Teaching Assistant
- Rev.Lubaale Grace - Assistant Lecturer
- Dr.Ndawula Stephen - Lecturer
- Mr.Nyanzi- Kabanda Muhammed - Teaching Assistant
- Mr.Ngobi Henry David - Assistant Lecturer
- Dr. Kaheeru Katigo, Jokshan - Senior Lecturer and Dean, Faculty of Education
Part- Time Staff
The Faculty of Education engages a number of part time staff in its
departments from time to time. The names of these may be availed on special request from the departments.
- Ms. Alice Mbabazi - Administrative Assistant
- Mrs.Rose Ekol - Administrative Assistant,
- Ms.Evelyne Nyamahunge - Administrative Assistant
- Ms Rebecca Mpalanyi - Accounts Assistant
- Mr.Onenchan Dominic - Technician, TE&DS
- Ms.Aningo Jessica - Secretary, Deans Office
- Ms.Ziraba Lillian - Secretary, Distance
- Ms.Maria Namagembe - Secretary,TE&DS
- Ms.Achieng Annet - Secretary,FED
- Ms.Alaisha Ndugwa - Secretary,EPM
- Contract Staff
- Mr.Gerald Mugumya - Administrative Assistant
- Ms.Nairuba Faridah - Secretary, Psychology
- Support Staff
- Ms. Nalubega Dorothy
- Ms.Kitaka Aida
- Ms.Aisha Namusisi
- Ms.Saidat Nakiwala
- Mr.Olami Fredrick
On behalf of the Faculty of Education Staff and Students, I wish to thank you for visiting our web page and encourage you to visit us, to sponsor students on our programmes and even to enroll on some of them.
For more information please contact:
The Office of the Dean,
Faculty of Education
Or the relevant Departments.
FACULTY OF EDUCATION
LINKAGES, AFILIATIONS AND UNITS
The Faculty of Education has academic linkages with numerous national and international institutions. These include;
i) Primary Teachers Colleges offering Diploma in Education Primary (DEPE) on Distance Learning. The following Primary Teachers Colleges are the centres where DEPE face to face sessions are conducted;
- Kibuli Primary Teacher's College (Kampala)
- Kabwangasi, Primary Teacher's College (Mbale)
- Kamurasi, Primary Teacher's College (Masindi)
- Ibanda, Primary Teacher's College (Ibanda)
- Christ the King, Primary Teacher's College (Gulu)
- Canon Lawrence, Primary Teacher's College (Lira)
- Busuubizi, Primary Teacher's College
- St.John Bosco, Lodonga, Primary Teacher's College (Arua)
- Jinja, Primary Teacher College (Wanyange Jinja)
ii) Primary Teachers Colleges offering Diploma in Special Needs Education y (DSNEE) on Distance Learning. The following Primary Teachers Colleges are the centres where DSNEE face to face sessions are conducted
- St.Marys Bukedea, Primary Teachers College (Mbale)
- Kamurasi, Primary Teacher's College (Mbale)
- Kiyoora, Primary Teacher's College (Ntungamo)
- Loro, Primary Teacher's College (Lira)
- Nkoko-Njeru, Primary Teacher's College
- Rakai, Primary Teacher's College (Bikira Kyotera)
Currently the following institutions are affiliated to Kyambogo University through the Faculty of Education and its Departments:
- Nile Vocational Institute offering Certificate in Nursery Teaching (CNT).
- Sanyu Training Institute Kampala offering Certificate in Nursery Teaching (CNT)
- Kaliote Institute of Teacher Education offering Certificate in Technical Teacher Education (CTTE)
- Abilonino Community Polytechnic Instructors Institute offering Diploma in Technical Teacher Education
- National Teachers Colleges awarding body for Diploma in Education Secondary (DES)
- Primary Teachers Colleges offering Diploma in Primary Education (DEP).
Achievements with Key Collaborations with Stakeholders
The Faculty of Education through the Department of Teacher Education and Development Studies in collaboration with the Ministry of Education and Sports have initiated the Certificate in Teacher Education Proficiency (CTEP). Work on the Instructors programme for Non Formal Education is also on going. The Department of Psychology together with the Psychosocial Training Institute in Arua has designed a Postgraduate Diploma in Psychosocial Interventions which will soon be presented to the Board of the School of Postgraduate Studies.
Key Units in the Faculty
In addition to the Departments, the Faculty of Education has a number of units designed to enhance its professional character and activities. These include:
a) Child to Child programme
b) Mediated Learning Experience, with the following objectives;
- To improve the quality of interactions between the caregiver/mediator and the child.
- To promote self esteem and self image in children.
- To make the world more accessible to the child through interactions.
c) Child friendly basic education and learning, run jointly by Kyambogo
University, UNICEF and the Ministry of Education & Sports.
d) Child Study Centre, the main goals of the centre are;
- To teach children of nursery age using modern methodologies, equipment
- and materials
- To provide day care services to young children whose parents are working.
- To carry out action research in various aspects of early childhood education which have impact in children's learning and their environment.
e) Early Childhood Education Resource Centre; developed in collaboration
with Aga Khan Education Service Uganda. Its concerned with
development of Instructional materials for use in nursery and primary schools and PTCs.
KYAMBOGO UNIVERSITY CONVOCATION
To work together with the Kyambogo University Council and Management towards the development of the University and the realization of the goals cherished by the University and its old students, namely: the nurturing, promotion and protection of academic, intellectual, professional, technology, philosophical and ethical excellence in public and private domains for human and social development.
To mobilize the Alumni and well wishers to support the welfare and progress of the University and to participate in the enhancement and improvement of intellectual and material well-being of the University community including fostering unity and professional relation between fellow members of the Convocation and Kyambogo University.
- Take interest and participate in the planning and general development of the University.
- Initiate development of projects aimed at generating income for the Convocation and the University.
- Establish avenues through which members can participate fully in national issues, reforms, projects, programmes and other areas of interest to them.
- Establish an efficient network through which the Secretariat will be able to keep in touch with all the members of the Convocation globally.
- Establish for a through which members will exchange ideas geared towards the improvement of the quality of professionalism in the country.
- Affiliate or collaborate with national and international convocations.
The Convocation shall be duty bound to meet and discuss any matters within the sphere of Kyambogo University and transmit recommendations arising out of such discussions to the University Council, Senate and their relevant committees.
The specific activities shall, among others, be:-
- To bring together all the alumni of Kyambogo University.
- To Promote and popularise the social, ethical and intellectual image of Kyambogo University.
- To pro-actively solicit for material, financial and human resources to enable Kyambogo University maintain a Competitive edge Kyambogo University maintain a competitive edge with similar institutions.
- To collect and preserve materials of historical value to the University and the Convocation, including the University memorabilia.
- To assist in the placement of graduates
- To foster motivation through honoring distinguished students, members of staff and exemplars alumni in society.
- To assemble and maintain Convocation membership database including publication of Convocation newsletter and magazines.
- To liase with other Universities Alumni Associations and Convocation to achieve the aforementioned goals.
1. Co ordinate and supervise the daily activities of domestic affairs
2. Make sure that the student's welfare is met in conjunction with the university authorities
3. Liaise with the administration to ensure security, traffic and other related matters
4. Responsible for the daily guild official news and the production of official communication
5. Responsible for all transport arrangements in the university
6. Co-ordinate the day to day running of medical facilities on campus
7. Co-ordinate the care of the sick students both in the halls of residence, private hostel
8. Responsible for the academic welfare of the students
ROLES OF THE GUILD COUNCIL
The guild council is composed of the councilors and these are responsible for the following:
1. Forwarding students views and grievances to the guild representative council.
2. Representing the guild as a delegate or representative in any of the councilors undertakings in or outside the university when called to do so by the executive.
3. Disseminating policies and decisions taken by the guild representative body to the students body.
4. Attending all guild representative meetings in person unless he or she s indisposed and has forwarded due notice.
5. Participating fully in the proceedings of the guild representative council.
6. Expressing his or her views or opinions in a proper manner without fear of victimization by the GRC or the university administration.
7. Making use of the guild facilities on official matters relating to the university.
8. Embraces privileges availed to him/her by the guild or university authorities
9. Keeping and abiding by the guild constitution.
10. Being the legislature of the guild.
11. Approving the guild executive nominated by the president.
12. Sanctions and approves the policies of the executive.
13. Being concerned itself with the matter of any society or any organization in the university, which shall have been approved by the administration for the benefit of the majority of students.
14. Electing officials as provided by the constitution and have power to remove the same by two-thirds majority of the students.
15. Entitled to a vote of no confidence in the president or any member of the executive or any students' representative to the university council committee.
16. Elect guild delegates, representatives and observers to conferences.
17. Make and uphold the guild representative council code of conduct.
18. Approving the electoral commission.
19. Electing standing and Ad-hoc committees.
KYAMBOGO UNIVERSITY (KYU) GUILD
In KYU, the guild means the entire students' body. Its membership is drawn from all the registered under graduates, masters, post graduate diploma, and certificate students. All the students are entitled to paying the guild fee which comprises of the membership fee and the subscription fee. This fee is paid by every student once in every academic year.
The fees is proposed by the guild representative council and approved by the university council through its organs.
SYNOPSIS ABOUT THE OFFICE OF THE GUILD PRESIDENT
- The guild president is the chief executive of the guild government.
- The president presides over the executive meetings.
- Appoints special councilors from the guild representative council (GRC).
- The president nominates members of the executive (cabinet) from the GRC with the exception of the Hall chairpersons. The nominees are approved by the GRC.
- Together with the cabinet and the GRC, resolutions are discussed and passed to the university authorities for approval.
- The president has powers to reshuffle, suspend or dismiss any member of the executive and replace them according to Article 8 clause 6 paragraphs a (d) and Article 10 clause 2(a). This can be done on grounds of grave indiscipline, insubordination, incompetence, abscondment from duty and/or any other misconduct deemed injurious to the name of the guild.The president in special cases summons the executive.
- The president is also a signatory to all guild financial transactions.
- In the event of temporary absence of a member of the cabinet, he/she delegates the duties of such a member to any cabinet member except when the minister of finance is absent, the president will him/herself be in charge of the duties of the minister.
- The president is an ex-official in the guild committees but a full member of the guild disciplinary committee.
- During executive and GRC meetings, he/ she has a casting vote and an original vote.
BRIEF SYNOPSIS OF KYAMBOGO STUDENTS GUILD
Kyambogo university students' guild is an organ established by the entire students fraternity. The leaders of the guild are democratically by the students yearly and the various posts are Guild president, Guild speaker and deputy, Guild representative councilors (GRCs), Committee members, hall Chairpersons, Hall secretaries, Chairperson Games union, The Guild executive appointed by the Guild president.
The guild comprises of registered students, associates, honorary members among others as in the guild constitution.
The guild discharges its duties as per the guild constitution.
The president has the following emergency powers:
1. To call for emergency cabinet meetings.
2. In consultation with the Dean of Students he/she takes emergency decisions on behalf of the guild in extra-ordinary circumstances but shall seek verification of the executive and the GRC.
3. Appoints a student representative to the university council from the GRC. Such a representative must be of the opposite sex to that of the president.
4. When the vice president cannot deputise, he/she shall delegate it to any other members of the executive.
5. The president exercises power as stipulated in the guild constitution Article 8 clause 6A(a-p)
CLEAR VISION, MISSION OBJECTIVES AND CORE VALUES
The Finance Department reports directly to the office of the Deputy Vice Chancellor ( F & A) for operation purpose but accountable to the University Secretary on financial matters as the University Accounting Officer.
The Department is headed by a University Bursar and is primarily responsible for strategic financial planning and budgeting of the University's financial activities and management of financial resources including monitoring the utilization of funds.
ROLES OF THE UNIVERSITY BURSAR
The Bursar is a member of the University Top Management responsible for:
Strategic Financial Planning and Budgeting for University's Capital and Recurrent Expenditure
- Ensuring effective Financial Management and Resource Utilization.
- Ensuring timely preparation and production of periodical Financial Statements and Final Accounts.
- Advising management effective/efficient financial management systems.
- Advising Universality Management on Revenue Services and other financial matters.
SPECIFIC SERVICES PROVIDED BY THE OFFICE OF THE BURSAR
- Financial Planning and Budgeting.
- Financial Management of all Revenue and Expenditure.Monitoring of Pay roll and Payment of Salaries and Wages.
- Maintenance of Assets Register.
- Maintenance of up to date register of Creditors and Debtors.
- Preparation of financial statements and preparation of final accounts.
SECTIONS WITHIN THE DEPARTMENT
In order to effectively contribute towards the University's achievement of its Vision, Goals and Mission, the Departments has been divided into five sections headed by Senior Assistant Bursars who report to Deputy Bursars.
- Projects: Sections for Donor and Project Accounts.
- Accounts: Budgeting and monitoring for Accounting Bookkeeping and Monitoring.
- Salaries and Wages: Payments of Salaries and Wages.
- Income Generating Units for Collection, retirements benefits of Non tax relevant from private students.
- Stores: Custody and University properly.