New students queuing during the ongoing registration
The University of Nairobi first year's registration exercise for 2015/2016 student is ongoing. This continuous three-day-exercise will see over 3500 students, both regular and module two admissions, getting registered in various colleges.
CAVS - 8-4-4 LT
The College of Agriculture and Veterinary Sciences (CAVS) started to receive the 2015/2016 first year students today at 7.00am. The college targets to register 789 first year students, which is the largest number of students who have ever been admitted in the college in one cohort. The registration exercise has been simplified, save to the University's adoption of ICT in service delivery.
In the registration exercise, students are undergoing through the following quick procedures all in one station;
1. Confirmation of fee payment and receipting
2. Confirmation of room allocation
3. Taking of student ID photograph and signature
4. Course registration in the two faculties within the registration venue
5. Submission of medical documents
6. Signing of nominal roll
7. Registration with student clubs and societies
OHCEA - FOVM CAVS
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Administrator - OHCEA - FoVM - CAVS
Dr. Yilma Kebede, Senior Program Officer for Agricultural Development at the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, Seattle, USA, on Tuesday, 10/9/2014 visited The Seed Enterprise Management Institute (SEMIs) at the College of Agriculture and Veterinary Sciences (CAVS), University of Nairobi.
Prof. A. W. Mwang'ombe