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news item on the day of graduation of kenya poly university college 2010

 
 
Degree
By Henry Onyango
 
 
 
    Diploma graduands from other technical training institutes  (TTIs) shall soon be offered a chance for admission of Bachelor of Technology programmes in the Kenya Polytechnic University College.The principal,Professor Francis Aduol has said.
 
The  degree programme is in line with the five year strategic plan to  guide in the operations of the college in the period 2010-2015.
 
It also provides  the university college to be  a fully fledged university of technology with a firm polytechnical character.
 
Prof.Aduol said that the  students who have diplomas from the institution may now be admitted for programmes that may lead to a 4-year degree programme in the third year of study.
 
He was speaking in this year's graduation ceremony that was marked at the polytechnic grounds and was presided over by the chancellor,University of Nairobi Dr.Joseph Wanjui.
 
With the security kept vigil due to the last year's stampede,the ceremony was marked with pomp and colour.More than 2000 students graduated from the institution.
 
 

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