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  • The First CEDAT Week


    This year, from the 20th to the 25th of October, the College of Engineering, Design, Art and Technology will hold its very first “CEDAT week”. The CEDAT week will be a week that Students of the College showcase their research and get a chance to interact with various individuals from the public and private sectors. It will The CEDAT week is organized under the theme: “The Contribution of Science and Technological […]

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  • Students to monitor delivery of lectures

    The college administration, yesterday, September 16th, kick-started the process of monitoring and evaluation of delivery of lecturers. The exercise will be carried out by the students. This process will help management in evaluation and ensuring that students get the required lecturers and knowledge. Management used the same meeting to interact with the students and register their complaints. These complaints included low staffing in some departments which has resulted in students going […]

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  • CEDAT Administration Meets freshers

    The Administration of the College of Engineering, Design, Art and Technology will today 19th August 2014 hold an orientation meeting with all first year students of the College. You may download the Principal’s brief to the first years below: Attachments Attachment Name Attachment Type Brief to Freshers DOC PDF PS

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  • Researchers get training in Problem Based Learning


    The college successfully hosted the Enriching Engineering Education Programme under the theme “Problem Based Learning” with a view of drawing ways through which the engineering curriculum can be problem based. This involves lecturers and students identifying a community problem and working together to find a solution. In this case, rather than the teacher communicating knowledge to students (chalk and talk), often in lecture setting, the teacher instead acts as an initiator […]

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