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    • Janet order on ‘backdoor’ admissions brings change 

      Nangonzi, Yudaya (The Observer, 2019-02-20)
      In 2017, first lady Janet Museveni attended the annual selection/placement exercise as Education minister for the first time.
    • Janet tasks teachers on personal hygiene, values 

      Atuhaire, Kelvin (Daily Monitor, 2020-02-27)
      When you train the teachers to keep clean bodies, teeth, tongue, hair, feet, socks and armpits, then you have a well-groomed, alert and astute teacher,” Janet Museveni, Education Minister.
    • Janet tells youth to stop 'blaming everybody for their situation' 

      Batte, Baker (The Observer, 2018-10-10)
      The First Lady, also minister of Education and sports, Janet Museveni has challenged the educated youth to use their acquired school knowledge to turn around their future and that of the country.
    • Janet warns institutions against certifying own students 

      Nangonzi, Yudaya (The Observer, 2019-04-08)
      The Education minister Janet Museveni has warned institutions against issuing own certificates to vocational education trainees.
    • Jesus changed our lives: Stories from the heart to enrich your faith 

      Businge, Patrick; Rusoke, Taddeo; Kwesi, Jackman; Nadia, Anthony; Alicia, Nicolas; Charles, Anthony; Jonathan, Nicolas; Emeka, Eze; Kisembo, J Rhita; Vi Nedd, Jackman; Lucas, Elizabeth; Businge, Julian; Milton, Sithole (Amazon Digital Services LLC, 2018-09-01)
      No one on earth has positively changed people’s lives than Jesus Christ. However, we continue to live in a world characterised by war, plagued by the shortage of hope, and marred with average performance. In ...
    • Journey to becoming the first journalism professor 

      Katongole, George (Daily Monitor, 2019-09-30)
      Prof Goretti Nassanga is a woman of firsts. She was the first PhD graduate of Journalism & Communication department at Makerere University in 2003. In 2016, she became the first professor at the department. After 30 years ...
    • The joy of living : Unlocking the secret and science of happiness 

      Rinpoche, Y. Mingyur; Swanson, Eric (Harmony Books, 2007)
      ---·-----1~LROJlUCIJD_N_ _____ _ THIS BOOK BEGAN life as a relatively simple assignment of splicing together transcripts ofYongey Mingyur Rinpoche's early public lectures at Buddhist centers around the world and editing ...
    • Kabaka marks 26th Coronation anniversary 

      Ssentongo, Mpalanyi (New Vision, 2019-08-01)
    • Kabale university launches PhD courses 

      Nuwagira, Steven (The Observer, 2018-11-02)
      Kabale university launches PhD courses
    • Kabushenga tips graduands 

      Emorut, Francis (New Vision, 2019-11-28)
      Robert Kabushenga, the chief executive officer and Managing Director of Vision Group who was a chief guest has advised graduands to exercise honesty, discipline and never give up if they are to succeed in life. He was ...
    • Kadaga wants public to access parliament library 

      Kiva, Nelson (New Vision, 2019-05-07)
      The Speaker of parliament, wants the parliament library to be open to the public.
    • KCCA, MoES to ensure schools get libraries 

      Waiswa, Juliet (New Vision, 2018-03-14)
      Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA) and the Ministry of Education and Sports (MoES) are in a drive to ensure that all primary and secondary schools in the city and other districts have libraries.
    • Keenan and Riches’ business law 

      Riches, Sarah; Allen, Vida (Pearson Education Limited, 2011)
      This book is designed for students studying Business Law at a variety of levels as part of a more general Business Studies course. We have assumed that the reader has no previous knowledge of English law; our starting point ...
    • Key account management : Tools and techniques for achieving profitable key supplier status 

      Cheverton, Peter (Kogan page limited, 2008)
      Good books on Key Account Management are rare. One of the reasons for this lies in the past, in the way that Key Account Management (KAM) has been defined and described. The past 40 years have been characterized by a view ...
    • Key facts key cases equity & trusts 

      Turner, Chris; Bray, Judith (Routledge, 2014)
      This new series of Key Facts Key Cases is built on the two well- known series, Key Facts and Key Cases. Each title in the Key Facts series now incorporates a Key Cases section at the end of most chapters which is designed ...
    • KIU gets nod to offer medicine, surgery courses 

      Emorut, Francis (New Vision, 2019-06-17)
      The East African Medical and Dental Council boards have accredited Kampala International University (KIU) to offer courses in medicine and surgery.
    • KIU launches digital library 

      Emorut, Francis (New Vision, 2019-02-28)
      The repository is a digital collection of over 754 research publications output from Kampala International University stakeholders.
    • Knowledge management systems: Information and communication technologies for knowledge management , Springer 

      Maier, Ronald (Springer, 2007)
      Three years have gone by since the second edition of this book. A number of developments could be observed over this period that have affected knowledge management (KM) and knowledge management systems (KMS). There is much ...
    • Kyambogo graduation set for next week 

      Mukhaye, Damali (Daily Monitor, 2017-12-07)
      Kyambogo University has finalized arrangements for their forthcoming 14th graduation ceremony slated to take place next week from Wednesday December 13 to Friday December 15.
    • Kyambogo introduces curriculum on cultural heritage 

      Mulondo, Lawrence (New Vision, 2019-09-23)
      Culture education : Kyambogo University has introduced a new curriculum where students will be learning about intangible and tangible cultural heritage.