Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology (JKUAT) last week ushered into the job market more than 100 PhD graduates; a record new in a single graduation ceremony in the country.
Atleast 3,345 students graduated from the university with 118 being conferred with doctorate degrees, a move which has been criticized by part of the Kenyan population.
Members of the academia have suggested an audit of the PhDs conferred last week arguing that the institution lacks the capacity to train such a huge number of students.
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Egerton University’s newly installed Chancellor Narendra Raval has promised to turn around the financial situation, the institution is currently facing.
Mr. Narendra, an international business mogul committed to changing the financial woes of the institution while addressing students, staff, government officials and parents during last week’s 40th graduation ceremony.
He said that the premier agricultural and higher learning institution will be self-reliant in five years.