• May 27, 2021
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Breaking News: Kyambogo University Students On Strike Over Online Lectures

Breaking News: Kyambogo University Students  On Strike Over Online Lectures

 

The latest coming in from Kyambogo University indicates that the Banda-based students have stormed the university’s main building to strike over online lectures, delayed graduation and failure by the administration to suspend surcharge fees.

This the university ViceChancellor Prof. Eli Katunguka’s announcement yesterday that lecturers should use Open Distance E-Learning (ODEL) following the outbreak of COVID-19 at the university after the university had reported 8 COVID-19 cases as of Wednesday, 26th May.

in the same vein, students want a suspension on surcharges, stop ODEL and the Senate to release a roadmap for the university’s 17th graduation ceremony.

According to Akim Kiyengo Lwanga, the Kyambogo Guild Information Minister, ODEL’S implementation should be a gradual process depending on the readiness of students, parents and lecturers.

“Therefore the University Council must reduce tuition/functional fees to enable students to purchase all is needed to have ODEL. We are saying no to ODEL. The University adamantly implemented the online lectures system.” Kiyengo said.

Kiyengo added that they have  written many letters to the University Council but they have received  no reply forcing them to storm the Senate Building.

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