The Performance Management Initiative is a results-oriented process aimed at improving academic and overall staff performance. NIBS College has adopted the Performance Contract Model using the Balance scorecards(BSC) to tackle large scale medium and long term change efforts through a series of small-scale, results producing and momentum-building initiatives. This will soon see improved academic performance, service delivery and efficiency in the workforce. The Principal, General Manager, Unit Managers, Chief Head of Academics and respective Heads of Departments witnessed the signing of the BSC of their members of staff recently. NIBS remains steadfast in the provision of quality training.
The Principal of NIBS College met the new students drawn from all the departments in Thika Road Campus. Lizzie gave her counsel to the new students cautioning them on the hazards they are exposed to as students for instance, unwanted pregnancies, peer pressure, truancy, drug and substance abuse. In her welcoming speech she assured the students of adequate support from her and the management throughout their academic journey.
Also in attendance was the Administration Manger, who advised the students to build a strong character amongst themselves. Mr. Njenga reiterated that NIBS is a household name when it comes to quality tertiary training and therefore challenged the students to assume the role of being brand ambassadors for the institute whenever they interact with the public. “It is very important that you portray the good image of the college out there as you would b meeting your prospective employer,” Njenga said.
The head of academics also encouraged the students to make use of the available learning infrastructure ranging from the available Wi-Fi connectivity, spacious libraries, restaurants for the hospitality students, media lab for the journalism students, workshops for the engineering students. He also emphasized the need to observe the college rules and regulations. STORY BY: ISAAC KIUMA
This is to inform all students who qualified for the award of diplomas of Nairobi Institute of Business Studies that the College will hold the 9th Graduation Ceremony on Saturday, 14th May 2016 at 9.30 am at the Thika Road Campus.
Details are as below:
(i) Confirmation of Names
The graduands MUST confirm the inclusion of their names in the graduation lists from respective Heads of Departments/Notice Boards.
(ii) Fees Payment
Graduands must have cleared any outstanding fees arrears and all other dues owed to the College by Friday, 29th, failure to which, they will not be included in the graduation booklet or be allowed to graduate.
iv) Academic Dress
During the ceremony, only graduands who will be in full academic attire will be allowed entry into the Graduation Square.
The gown will be issued upon a non-refundable fee payment of kshs. 1,500.
The graduation gown will be picked from 9th May 2016 to 11th May 2016. The gowns must be returned on or before 20th May 2016, failure to which, an rate of 500/= per day will be accrued.
On the Graduation day, graduands and their guests will be expected to have taken their seats by 8.30 a.m. Those arriving late will not be allowed into the Graduation Square.
Gown Collection Form
Download the gown collection form here ,print and submit it to the college for you to be issued with the gown or pick form from any of our campus.