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JKUAT recalls students to resume classes

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Students of Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology, who have not reported back to the institution, have been recalled to rejoin their colleagues, who resumed learning early this week on Monday.

The move follows a series of meetings held between the university management and the teaching and non-teaching staff early last week.

During the meetings held on Wednesday, May 2, the JKUAT teaching staff and the non-teaching staff agreed to resume work immediately as the Government and the university staff unions and other stakeholders seek solutions to unlock the current industrial dispute arising from the implementation of
the 2017-2021 Collective Bargaining Agreement.

A notice circulated to all the JKUAT students and signed by the Academic Registrar, Dr Esther Muoria, partly reads: “This is to notify you that classes commenced on Monday 7th May, 2018. All students are expected to be in class as earlier advised, as well as signing the class attendance forms as required.”

“Students who will not have commenced classes by Monday 14th May, 2018 will be assumed to have deferred their course in line with the University’s rule of the two thirds(2/3) compliance,” it adds.

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“Already some classes are ongoing. The university management through a memo signed today by the Deputy Vice Chancellor in charge of Administration, Prof Victoria Ngumi, has also appealed “to staff who had not resumed their work to resume duty by Monday, May 14, 2018,” the memo further reads.

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