Today the department of LARMAT conducted two exams online for undergraduate students with 98% attendance and successful exams answer sheet turned in. These were fourth and third year BSC in Management of Agroecosystems and Environment under taking Recycling and Bio-conversion of Organic Waste and Environmental planning and Management respectively. It was noted as recommendable progress since inception of second semester exams 2019- 2020 amid Corona virus pandemic.
In any research monitoring and evaluation of study progress plays a crucial role both to the students and supervisors. It’s in this case University of Nairobi developed a mechanism of tracking student’s research. This can be ascertained through series of study research presentations to the supervisors and fellow students. On 12th March, 2020, the Ag Chairman LARMAT, Dr. Oliver Wasonga assisted by the departmental students’ project coordinator, Dr. G.