First year student’s BSC in Range Management (33) and BSC Management of Agro-Ecosystem (46), September 2016 intake were today welcomed to the department of LARMAT by members of staff led by the Chairman of the department, Prof, G. Kironchi. Their lectures highlighted on potential mandate to each student like any other Kenyan citizen in relation to Kenya’s vision 2030 as well as Sustainable Development Goals (SDGS).
To achieve these goals, theme to the two degree programs in the job market was clarified with emphasis in financial, environmental, education and agricultural sectors.
Students were advised to focus on major objective in higher learning institutions. “Committed to excellence” This can be enhanced through determination, right company and mentorship within the University of Nairobi alliance coupled to discipline and respect.