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Riparian land control: Conserving Nairobis' river basin.

Land is arguably one of the most important natural resource in the country. Land especially in cities and urban areas is one of the most sought after commodity, basing on the number of land buying and selling companies and the rate of inflation of prices. Riparian land can be termed as land bordering water bodies such as rivers, streams and lakes. The term “Riparian Land’’ raised quite a stir recently when the government started demolitions of buildings deemed to be built on Riparian Land.

College admits first years.

The University of Nairobi admitted the first face to face learning students since the COVID-19 pandemic began. The first batch of students to be admitted were first year students who started biometric registration on Monday 2nd Nov 2020.  The college of Architecture and Engineering was among the admitting colleges after complying with the guidelines set by the ministry for face to face learning.

Resumption of face to face teaching & learning

Face to face Teaching & Learning will resume on 9th November, 2020 for 1st Years in CAVS, CAE, CBPS, CEES-Kenya Science Campus & CHS.

 

Students will report to their respective Colleges for Biometric registratiFace to face Teaching & Learning will resume on 9th November, 2020 for 1st Years in CAVS, CAE, CBPS, CEES-Kenya Science Campus & CHS.

 

Students will report to their respective Colleges for Biometric registrationon

Inspection of Students’ Nominal Rolls across the University’s Twelve (12) Electoral Colleges

The Commission has published provisional students’ voters’ nominal rolls in the University’s website in line with schedule 3 of the Rules and Regulations Governing Student Elections, 2017.

 

The purpose of this announcement is to direct that all students do inspect and verify their details as captured in the provisional nominal rolls from Monday, October 26, 2020 to Sunday, November 1, 2020.

 

UoN to host Nanosatelite Development Research Chair

 

The University of Nairobi has been selected to host the Kenya Space Agency (KSA) Chair on Nanosatelite Development. UoN is among five other universities selected for this award which is to the tune of Kshs. 1 million for the duration of one year. The Research Chair will catalyze and promote research in Space Science and Technology.

UoN @50: Decoding the logo

Did you know that the University of Nairobi Logo is very closely linked to its historical development over a period of 50 years?

At the dawn of Kenya’s Independence in 1963, the then Royal College Nairobi, became a constituent College of the University of East Africa and only in 1970 by an Act of Parliament did it attain the status of a fully fledged University.

Consequently, the UoN logo, when analyzed closely, reflects that evolution. 

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