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The Jomo Kenyatta University Of Agriculture and Technology will on Friday 29th of November 2019 hold its 34th Graduation ceremony at the Graduation Square, Main Campus in Juja. This event will also mark the fifth joint graduation between her and the Pan African University for Basic Sciences Technology and Innovation (PAUSTI). This graduation will see 4,733 graduands drawn from various colleges of them 2,802 male and 1,931 female receive their Diplomas, Bachelors Degrees, Post Graduate Diplomas, Masters Degree, and Doctorate Degrees. Of the 4,733 graduands, 515 will be awarded Diplomas, 3,551 with Bachelors Degrees, 159 with Post Graduate Diplomas 340 with Masters Degrees from JKUAT and 70 from PAUSTI, 44 with Doctorate Degrees from PAUSTI and 54 from JKUAT. Download the 2019 34th graduation list here

This is the second batch of graduands from the higher learning institution for the academic year 2018/2019. Speaking about the 34th Graduation, Prof Mary Abukutsa Onyango the Deputy Vice-Chancellor in charge of Research Production and Extension urged the graduands to embark on research, innovation and technology development

The Deputy Vice-Chancellor responsible for Academic Affairs, on the other hand, urged them to go to the world with an open mind keen on contributing to the solution of various challenges faced by the community.

The University faced with student unrest in mid-November that disrupted learning activities is now back to normal operations. Read here

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