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The Deputy Principal listening to a comment from one of his staff during the meeting.


The Kenya Science Campus 7th Student leaders Meeting was held on Friday, May 5 2017 at the KSC Boardroom. The meeting was attended by several staff members and students representatives for both UNESA and SONU students’ organizations respectively.


The essence of the meeting was to discuss issues pertinent to the student fraternity at the campus and also as a requirement under the current KSC Performance Contract 2016/2017. The meeting was chaired by the Deputy Principal, Prof. Horace Ochanda who brought to the attention of the student leadership that the schedule of the second semester examination was already out and would be pinned in the campus notice boards within the shortest time possible.


The Chair informed the meeting that the University Management had approved for the establishment of a Caretaker Committee where the campus had picked the UNESA Chairperson, Mr. Lawrence Mwania Mutinda as the campus students’ representative. The Chair also clarified that the caretaker committee was not taking over the roles of SONU as the court had suspected four (4) clauses of the SONU Constitution and a ruling on the same was expected soon.


The University had embarked on a sensitization drive on the University Examinations, Regulations, Processes and Standards and it was imperative for students to be sensitized on the registration of course units in their respective student portals by the 5th week to be able to meet the two third class attendance threshold to be eligible to sit for the end of semester examinations. The student portals are closed immediately after the 5th week.


The Chair also touched on the student disciplinary process as relates to cheating in examinations where it was further reiterated and as stipulated in the University Almanac, the penalty for cheating in examinations is EXPULSION. He encourages students to prepare well for examinations and abhor cheating in exams.


The Senior ICT Officer indicated that all machines at the campus library were operational except two which had a hardware problem and the same would be addressed. He encouraged students to make use of the AD Account designated for every student. The Chair directed that all students entering the library should have their details taken and the computers used and those defying should not be allowed entry.


The campus Librarian informed the meeting that the library had received thirty six (36) text books which were delivered on April 4 2017 for ICT teaching practice.


The Chair brought the meeting to a close after reiterating that students should register their course units in their respective student portals.


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