Following the recent approval from both the government and NCHE concerning the commencement of higher level studies via online platforms (E-learning), most Universities; private and public have come up to apply for the feasibility test to indeed affirm that they can truly live up to the expected standards and also maintain them.
Amongst the Universities that have been allowed to commence online are Uganda Christian University, Uganda Martyrs University and now Ndejje University.
Ndejje University upon the revelation of approval immediately took to its handles to inform to its already frustrated staff and students the commencement of its semester on the 17th of October 2020 for weekend students and 19th October 2020 for day students.
It’s important to note that this applies for only but a few courses which Management promised to reveal later on to our reporters.
The university also took this as an opportune moment to launch the date 5th March 2021 as its graduation day for the academic year 2020/2021 and also reminded students to pick up their admission letters.
With the country’s Covid-19 situation continuing to worsen by the hour, online education is rendering itself to become the new normal and could possibly, just possibly eradicate the need for classroom based lectures if properly and promptly handled.
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