CS Education: Prof Magoha

The Kenyan economic challenges has continued to raise eyebrows as how come thousands of students are graduating every year in the various universities across the country but no one is tackling the economic issues. The thing is - They graduate with bogus degrees.

Recently speaking during the launch of the 2019/2020 University placements by KUCCPS at the Catholic University of Eastern Africa , the CS for Education Prof Magoha pointed it out that over 100 courses offered by various universities in the country are irrelevant and need to be abolished. Courses that have nothing to do with the economic growth will have to be abolished.

According to KUCCPS , the CUE had not approved some popular courses this year which already have some students placed last year. This year more than 100 courses received zero placements.

Magoha further emphasized that the ministry will start to review the courses offered by various institutions in the country as most of them are not in line with the economy of the country.

Courses that will be found irrelevant to the economy will have to be abolished even if it means loosing jobs for the lecturers.


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