By Paul Adude | Monitor
Over 1,000 students have graduated from Nkumba University on October 26.
The Vice Chancellor of the University Prof Jude Lubega said 1,857 students graduated in different disciplines including Degrees, Diplomas and Certificates.
53 percent of the graduates are females while 47 percent are male.15 graduated with Doctorate of Philosophy (PhD), 236 with masters,185 post graduates, 997 bachelors, 247 diplomas and 177 certificates. Prof Lubega asked the graduates to continue learning and updating themselves with technological advancements in order to keep abreast with the current Artificial Intelligence led working environment after graduation.
“With the evolving world, your are aware of Artificial Intelligence which is already with us here targeting the jobs which you are looking out for. Therefore, the ability for you to learn and relearn has never been more vital than in this 21st century. You have to keep abreast with the current environment and adapt where necessary with the skills you have been equipped with,” Prof Lubega said during the 25th Nkumba University Graduation Ceremony held at the University main campus along Entebbe-Kampala Road.
Prof Lubega also appealed to government to grant private learning institutions eligibility to access government funds. Read more