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Message from Dean School of Graduate Studies

Professor Stanley Ngome Mutsotso (PhD)
Associate Professor of Education (Instructional Technology)
Dean School of Graduate Studies
Department of Curriculum and Instructional Technology
Faculty of Education and Social Sciences
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Graduate School is mandated to coordinate all postgraduate activities in the University. During the year 2016/2017, the school reviewed 17 Masters and 9 Doctoral curricular, respectively. This was aimed at improving the quality and relevance of the programmes. The student enrollment increased from 395 to 409 as per the Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) data. In terms of gender 280 are Males and 129 are Female students. Indeed, I am glad to say that quality teaching and research activities are going on in the departments. Guided by its vision to become a reputable world class school, the school excelled in internal ISO 9001:2008 self-assessment ranking. The school has pursued its mandate vigorously ...

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Kibabii University Celebrate 4th Graduation Ceremony

Kibabii University held its 4th Graduation Ceremony on 22nd November, 2019 at the Graduation Square. The colorful ceremony was presided over by H.E. Hon. Uhuru Kenyatta, President of the Republic of Kenya and Kibabii University Chancellor. 1863 graduands were awarded ...

Margaret Nanjala Matisi Defense

Margaret Nanjala Matisi a student of PhD in Religion successfully defended her thesis entitled “Conflict and Unity on Growth and Development of Pentecostal Evangelistic Fellowship of Africa (PEFA) Church in Bungoma County, Kenya” on 23rd October 2019. The event that ...

Pius Chililia Simiyu Defense

Pius Chililia Simiyu a student of PhD in Curriculum and Instruction successfully defended his thesis entitled “Integration of Information Communication Technology Skills in Classroom Practices in Public Primary Schools in Bungoma County” on 23rd October 2019. The event that was ...

Martin Ouma Onyango Defense

Martin Ouma Onyango a student of PhD in Education Planning and Management Studies successfully defended his thesis entitled “Financing of Secondary Education and Participation of Students in Secondary Education in Siaya County ” on 15th October, 2019 in the SGS ...

Vincent Motochi Defense

Vincent Motochi a student of PhD in Information Technology successfully defended his thesis entitled “Modelling a Secure Security Architecture on Virtualized Environments for Small and Medium Enterprises in Kenya” on Thursday 26th September 2019 at 9.00 a.m. in the SGS Boardroom ...


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Capitation grant and textbook student ratio in public secondary schools in Bungoma south subcounty Bungoma county Kenya

The Kenyan government spends part of Capitation Grant (CG): 54% of the tuition amount for purchase of textbooks in Public Secondary Schools in order to attain ratio of one textbook per student. From 2009 up ...

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Cloud Computing technology has developed with the proliferation of the Internet, broadband access networks and high-speed processors. This has led to the development of software defined networks and storage, to respond promptly to the requirements ...

Security Shortcomings of Electronic Web Based Voting Systems for Universities in Kenya

Electronic Voting can deliver free and fair elections as well as ensuring on time release of results. One factor fueling the adoption of e-voting is the access to internet and more so GSM network, by ...

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