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ICM and KASNEB prayers

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Students from NIBS Ruiru campus gathered for a pre-examination prayer session within the main campus today. The students who will be sitting for their ICM & KASNEB June 2016 exams were drawn from different departments.
The prayers were led by Mrs Jacinta Macharia from Father's House Family Church in Ruiru. She encouraged the students to be confident in their forthcoming exams since they had already prepared for them.
Others in attendance were the General Manager- Ikenye Ben, Chief Head of Academic Affairs- Munene, respective heads of departments and course coordinators who joined the speakers in wishing the candidates the best of luck. Mr. Ikenye conveyed a message of good will from the PrincipalLizzie Muthoni Wanyoike

NIBS introduces Balanced Scorecards

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.

January 2016 orientation meeting

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

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