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Kyambogo University finalists considering protest over missing marks

Recently the newly elected Guild President Serge Tumwine promised to put in place a central marking facility to reduce cases of missing marks.

A Section of Kyambogo University students has threatened to strike over missing marks after unanswered demands from the lecturers.

Students mostly from the Accounting and Finance students belonging to the School of Management and Entrepreneurship were on Thursday informed that their papers of Advanced Financial Management, a course unit handled last semester, are missing.

This has left a number of them wondering how they will graduate with the missing marks. Many who spoke to this website on anonymity revealed the administration should release their marks without delay or else they will launch protests.

“You can’t just come and tell us all our papers are missing, what’s that you are talking about. Where did they go? We need answers on Monday or else we shall resort to our strike option since it’s the only available left” he said.

This all comes at a time when Guild President Serge Tumwine promised to put in place a central marking facility to reduce cases of missing marks.

About Kyambogo University

Kyambogo University was established in 2003 by the Universities and Other Tertiary Institutions Act 2001 by merging Uganda Polytechnic Kyambogo (UPK), the Institute of Teacher Education, Kyambogo (ITEK), and the Uganda National Institute of Special Education (UNISE).

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