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Intellectual Property Management Office (IPMO)

Pursuant to Section 7 of the University of Nairobi Act , the University of Nairobi formulated its IP Policy to guide its management, teaching staff, students and associates concerning the development, ownership, management and marketing of intellectual property.

The policy was formally approved by the University of Nairobi Council in 2006 and positions of the Intellectual Property Coordinator and the Intellectual Property Management Officer were substantively appointed in March 2007 and July 2008 respectively.

Author: 
Intellectual Property Management Office (IPMO)
Unit: 
Intellectual Property Management Office (IPMO)

TPE 306 OUTDOOR PURSUIT FIELD TRIP 2013

Type: 
Sports
Start Date: 
Thu, 2013-03-28 11:37 - Sat, 2013-04-06 11:37
Location/Venue: 
Mount Kenya School of Adventure

The students pursuing TPE 306 Outdoor Pursuits are due for their field component.  This has been slotted for 28th March to 6th April 2013.

 

Contact Person: 
Simon Munayi

Annual Report Department of Physical Education and Sport

The Department of Physical Education is in its sixth year of existence having already graduated three groups of Undergraduate students. In the six years of existence the Department has managed to review the Undergraduate programme curriculum that has been taught and also come up with a Master’s o f Physical Education program  alongside initiating three more programmes in the larger area of Physical Education and Sports . These new programmes are currently going through the rigorous procedure of being approved for teaching.

Type: 
Other
Year: 
2014:00

Bachelor of Education (Physical Education)

This is a four year course leading to the award of Bachelor of Education. (Physical Education Option)

Upon completion of the degree programme, the graduate will have iob opportunities in any of the

following areas:

• Teachers in private and public secondary schools.

• Physical Education lecturers in Teachers Training Colleges and Universities.

• Managers of resort centres

Background

 

INTRODUCTION

Our core business is to develop a person in all the three domains of learning Cognitive, Affective and Psychomotor skills Physical education is unique in that it offers all these domains is in one.

 

 Definition

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