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Makerere lectures resume at slow pace

By Vivian Agaba

Added 3rd January 2017 01:20 PM

Most of the students were seen in the corridors while others were revising their books either in groups or individually.

Makerere lectures resume at slow pace

Most of the students were seen in the corridors while others were revising their books either in groups or individually.

Makerere University students in class on Tuesday. PHOTO/Denis Dibele

As the situation at Makerere University gets back to normal, with students and lecturers resuming the semester, lectures have not fully resumed.

Some of the lecture rooms New Vision team visited, a fair number of students had turned for lectures compared to yesterday, but most of them were not studying, except for the first year law students at the Senate building.

Most of the students were seen in the corridors while others were revising their books either in groups or individually.

Lawrence Mabirizi, first year law student said since Monday, they have had lectures as according to their time table.

 

On the other hand, Hellen Biira, first year Mass Communication student said they were supposed to have a double lecture starting at 10:00am ending at 12:00 noon, but by eleven, the lecturer had not yet come.

She observed that it is probably because of the limited number of students that some lecturers had not showered up to teach.

"Our class has about 130 students but only about 20 had turned up for the lecture. But we are hoping by the end of the week, we shall be having serious lectures," she said

Deadline for payment of tuition           

Meanwhile, the institution's spokesperson, Ritah Namisango has said that the deadline for payment of tuition for those students who did not complete tuition before the closure will be on January 16 of this month.

 

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