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The ICTC center scooped a Bronze price during the 2009/2010 Performance Contracting period. This position was measured against all the 21 departments in central administration. 

 

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Caption: Prof. George Magoha, Vice Chancellor, UoN and Mr. Joseph Mucheru, the Google Sub-Saharan Africa Ambassador and Country Manager during the meeting.

 

The University of Nairobi (UoN) has entered into a partnership agreement with Google Kenya on the Google Apps Supporting Programs (GASP). This was revealed during a meeting presided over by Prof. George Magoha, Vice Chancellor, UoN, to mark the beginning of the GASP programme in the University.

ICT Staff during the partyThe ICT Centre has had end of year parties every year since the formation of the ICTC Welfare.

Caption: ICT Staff Participating in  team building activities

 

 

 

 

The party is normally organized by the ICTC Welfare in collaboration with the Director’s Office with support from Central Administration. This year’s party was held at the Hotel La Mada, off Thika Road, on 14th December 2012 from 2:00 pm in a serene and magnificent environment. 

The theme of the party was ‘celebrating success and recognizing our achievement.’

From Left: ICT Staff: Deputy Director, Mr. Joseph Michina, Mrs. Jedidah Kibuna, Administrator and Mr. Ibrahim Otieno, Director, plant the first tree together.

 

The University of Nairobi ICT staff yesterday planted 120 indigenous trees within the University’s Chiromo Mortuary and swampy area next to the sports ground.

University of Nairobi ICT staff members recently had a fruitful retreat at Green Hills Hotel, Nyeri. The staff had time to bond and know each other better, especially with the merger between the ICT and the former Telephony - Now Data Centre and Communications.

The ICTC center scooped a Bronze price during the 2009/2010 Performance Contracting period. This position was measured against all the 21 departments in central administration. 

 

The Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Centre is a service unit whose mandate is to provide university computer network services, analyse, develop and maintain management information systems application to support as well as help in meeting the academic and administrative needs of university. Our goal at ICT therefore, is to ensure that staff and students of the University of Nairobi have guaranteed access to information communication technology facilities that helps in learning, teaching and research.

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