- 7 Jan, 2021 by Zetech University Webmaster
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Campus reopens with ease amidst curbing a crisis
Zetech welcomes the 2020 and 2021 Cohorts…
2020 was a year of uncertainties since the first case of Covid 19 was reported in Kenya. The closure of schools and other institutions was later on implemented. The government imposed a lockdown that froze activities paramount to the sustenance of the country. With all these changes, all countries across the globe needed to adapt to change. For many schools and universities, the online space was the most adaptable way to ensure studies went on smoothly.
Many students were waiting to join various institutions of higher learning, others to graduate but due to the uncertainty prevailed by the Covid pandemic all hopes were shattered, especially for KCSE graduates and final year students.
Immediately face-to-face learning was impaired, Zetech University never ceased to offer quality education to its students. The criterion that was used was adaptable and exams were done and evaluated online, allowing students to progress with their studies with ease.
With strict adherence to the Covid 19 protocol from the Ministry of Health and the directive from the Ministry of Education, Zetech opened its doors to the 2020 and 2021 cohorts this January, following the directive to reopen institutions of learning. The beaming faces read excitement for the various students undertaking degree, diploma and certificate programs who were for their first time gracing Zetech University.
With the dedicated and qualified staff, there was meticulous and immaculate work that was exemplified making the workload seem easy and flawless. Every student admitted to the school could not hide their excitement ready for the commencement of classes as of Monday the 11th January 2021.
Zetech University is ready to invent the future of everyone who steps foot in the institution through technology and innovation. Admittedly, raise leaders who will come up with solutions that will impact the world through change and heightened diversity.
Written by Tevin Nderitu
Student, Media Arts and Design