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8 years ago

Kenya Institute of Electronics and Technology in Kenya.

Engineering is a course in Kenya that many would have prefers to pursue as a career but because of its tough requirements and hardness of the course, many end up not pursuing engineering in Kenya. There are various colleges in Kenya that offer engineering courses and Kenya institute of electronics and technology is one of them. This institution is recognized by the engineering board of Kenya and therefore offers accepted engineering courses in Kenya.

This college is located in Nakuru town in the first floor of Loncon House, opposite Giddo Plaza. It offers certificate and diploma cou  Continue reading ...


8 years ago

Kenya Institute of Biomedical Sciences and Technology in Kenya.

It is not possible for all of us to qualify for university education after KCSE results. Those who can be able to obtain a mean grade of C+ (plus) and above, can join tertiary colleges and still pursue courses of their dreams. Kenya institute of biomedical sciences and technology is one of these tertiary colleges in Kenya that offer certificate and diploma courses.

This college is located next to Hill Valley academy along Masai Road in Nakuru town just next to Milimani Cottage Hospital.

Those who begin with certificate or diploma courses can still pursue their desire of reac  Continue reading ...


8 years ago

How to enroll for certificate, diploma, degree and postgraduate programmes In Masinde Muliro University of science and technology in Kenya.

Masinde Muliro University of science and technology (MMUST) is among the public universities in Kenya and is located in western Kenya, Kakamega town which is a town that is located 57 km from Kisumu town and 42 km from Webuye town. Since Masinde Muliro University is a chartered university in Kenya and also ISO certified, it offers courses in various fields from certificate to doctor of philosophies programmes. Such courses include disaster, education, science, information technology and engineering.

The minimum requirement for one to apply for any programme in Masinde Muliro Univers  Continue reading ...


8 years ago

Contacts Of Kenya ICT Board Offices In Nairobi

Kenya ICT Board offices in Nairobi are located in Telposta Towers on the 12th Floor in Kenyatta Avenue.

Kenya ICT Board offices postal address is P.O. Box 27150-00100, Nairobi.

The telephone contacts of Kenya ICT Board in Nairobi are 0202211960 and 0202089061.

The email address of Kenya ICT Board is communications@ict.go.ke.

The website of Kenya ICT Board is at http://www.icta.go.ke/.

The twitter handle of Kenya ICT Board is @ICTAuthori  Continue reading ...


8 years ago

Contacts Of Ministry Of Information, Communication And Technology (ICT) Offices In Kenya

Ministry of Information, Communication and Technology (ICT) in Kenya has offices located in Telposta Towers on Koinange Street in Nairobi.

The postal address of Ministry of Information, Communication and Technology (ICT) in Kenya is P.O. Box 30025-00100, Nairobi. 

The email address of the Ministry of Information, Communication and Technology (ICT) offices in Nairobi is info@information.go.ke.

The telephone contacts of Ministry of ICT in Kenya is (020) 4920000. The Fax details are (02  Continue reading ...


8 years ago

Contacts Of Ministry Of Education, Science And Technology Offices In Kenya

Ministry of Education, Science and Technology in Kenya has offices based in Jogoo House `B` on Harambee Avenue in Nairobi.

The postal address of the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology offices in Nairobi is P.O. Box 30040-00100, Nairobi.

The email address of the Ministry of Education Science and Technology in Kenya is info@education.go.ke.

The Twitter handle for the Ministry of Education Science and Technology office in Kenya is @Educ_Kenya.

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8 years ago

Mobile Phone Etiquette In Kenyan Public Places

Some people in Kenya use their mobile phones with decorum, but a few others are a disgrace to the cell phone technology in Kenya. Mobile phone etiquette in Kenya and more so in public areas is a matter that should be keenly addressed in Kenya. Considering that every one of legal age in Kenya owns a mobile phone these days, we would not like to be caught up in one massive noise competition in the streets of Nairobi.

For instance, my workmate Christy is always on call in the office in Nairobi. She is always discussing her heinous escapades over the just elapsed weekend. She will go on  Continue reading ...