System Analysis Of Academic Activities Of The University Of Nairobi
Katarama, Stephen M
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The education system is concerned with the inculcating of norms and values of the society to the young generation. University education sub-system, therefore forms an integral part of the otherwise gigantic education system. Systems or sub-systems have laid down procedures, laws and regulations one has to follow before and after becoming a member to it, failure of which results in non-fulfilment of requirements hence rejected. University of Nairobi (UON) being one of the highest institutions of learning in the Republic of Kenya has to accomplish the aforementioned, that is to say, using laid down procedures, laws and regulations selects entrants to different fields of study, runs the programs and tests individuals. These all big tasks are done or/and co-ordinated by the Academic Registrar's Office (ARO) in collaboration with Departments, Institutes, School , Faculties, Colleges and the rest of the established instruments of the University. This project will review the academic activities in-depth, look at the present problem areas. The analysis will follow thereof and eventually an outline design of a system for improvement.