Academic Registrar

ACADEMIC REGISTRAR’S DEPARTMENT

The Department of the Academic Registrar derives its mandate from the University and other Tertiary Institutions’ Act 2001. The department is headed by the Academic Registrar.

Role of the Department

The role of the department of the Academic Registrar is to coordinate academic matters in the Institute namely: Curriculum Design and Implementation, Admissions, Implementation of Rules and Regulations of the Institute, Academic Ceremonies and Staff Welfare, Examinations, Scholarship awards. The department is also responsible for quality assurance of the Institute’s academic programmes.

WORKPLAN FOR ACADEMIC REGISTRAR’S OFFICE- JULY-SEPTEMBER 2014/15

The Department of the Academic Registrar intends to continue implementing its core function in the first quarter.

The following are the priority areas of focus of the first quarter.

1)    Publicity

2)    Admission

3)    Processing examination results

4)    Conducting supplementary examinations

5)    Participation in Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) activities.

6)    Curriculum Review

 

Activity

Objective

Period

Admission meetings

Admit applicants

July-September

Examination and Academic Board meetings

Approving students results and discussing academic maters

July-August

Supplementary exams

Support students complete their studies

August

 

 

 

Publicity

Create awareness of UICT and its programmes and stimulate student enrollment

 

·         Newspaper adverts

·         Radio announcements

·         SMS messages

·         Distribution of IEC materials

·         Open week

July

July-September

July-September

July-September

July

Corporate Social Responsibility

Create awareness of UICT and its programmes and stimulate student enrollment

August

Curriculum Review

To evaluate and standardize the curriculum in relation to educational objectives of UICT and the market

August

 

 

Rosemary Odongo (Mrs)

Academic Registrar

 

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