About this point of time, the issue of Faculty Elections has taken a deep root in the minds of many and its amidst this blowing storm that the President of the Association of Chemical Engineering Students- Kyambogo University H.E Mutagaya Solomon broken his silence and made his speech to the Chemical Engineering Students’ Fraternity and the Faculty of Science as well in the bid to calm the fear and add clarity on a couple of Issues
We are therefore Privileged to bring to you his full speech below:
Times of decisions like these are always characterized by both fear and uncertainty. This not being an icon of personal weakness implication but of stature of humanity.
I was previlaged to be The Speaker of the 3rd Parliament in which the Sole Candidature Resolution was tabled and hence Implemented. This was an Idea that was neither based on any kind of Self Centredness nor Personal Motive but as a benefit to the whole of Chemical Engineering Dispensation in the bid for continuous Lobbying,Advocacy of Our Rights as well as Accountability all in alignment with our Constitutional Objectives as clearly stated in Article 2 Section 3 of Our Constitution.
The whole Process of Selection was carried out in accordance to the procedure as it was earlier on explained by the body responsible in Our issue about The Selection Process of GRC Sole Candidate By Chemical Engineers and What Exactly Happened. I feel there is a need though to add my voice on that of the committee responsible that the whole process was done under full scrutiny and in accordance Our Code of Conduct.
What is left now however are the few days we have to the General event Elections for which we will live to see happen and hence after per take of its sweet or sour fruits depending on our decision.
With this in mind therefore, I implore you my people to take it upon yourselves and stand for he who will stand for us in return. You and I have a decision to make, we either accept defeat by accepting division or we accept victory by undertaking unity. We have had our own share of bitter history in this particular regard and we won’t advocate for history repeating itself anymore.
Just like our Grandfather Albert Einstein put it clearly that
Insanity is when you keep repeating the same Procedure but expecting different Results.
We are choosing not to follow the same path but rather coming together and ensure that our very own flesh andblood undertakes the seat of the Guild Representative Councillor.
Ladies and Gentlemen,the fog is rising, the storm is bolwing and the winds of political transformation are yet to sweep across our homeland.Let us henceforth agree to disagree with any kindof Election Malpractice to ensure free and fairness that whole electoral won’t be disfranchised. Above all let us vote for the Candidate for whom we advocated for as a whole so that we will forever be known as a well clued up team.
As Our Mission goes, We are here
“To Nurture Technically Competent Chemical Engineers Ready to Transformthe Society”
Knowledge and Skills For Service!
For God and My Country
Having discussed in Our previous Issue about The Selection Process of GRC Sole Candidate by Chemical Engineers and What Exactly Happened ahead of the GRC Elections to be held on 30th March 2016, our reporters had an opportunity to reach out to the Chemical Engineers’ Sole Candidate and had a one-on-one talk with him about what he has in stock for the whole Fraternity of the Faculty of Science.
Our reporters were lucky or rather smart enough in the way they asked their questions prompting him to unleash the Manifesto through a direct communication to Chemical Engineers in particular.
Here is what he had to say…
“I greet you all in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ and ALLAH. I am MIIRO EDDY pursuing Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering year 3, General Secretary Association of Chemical Engineering Students (ACES) and Faculty of Science representative at the Society of Petroleum Engineering(SPE).
I am aspiring as GRC Faculty of Science 2016/17.
There are many issues and challenges at hand but first and fore most is the unheard voice of chemical engineering students; these challenges include:
Certification of BCHE students as Engineering Students in a Professional body of Uganda that is Uganda Institution of Professional Engineers (UIPE)
Delayed release of results and missing column of GPA and CGPA.
Limited furniture in lecture rooms and having combined lectures
Poor sanitation that is dirty lecture rooms and toilets yet there is also no specific ladies facility at the faculty
Project funding and per DM facilitation
Delayed Payment of Allowances
Localized Wi-Fi only at a single point on the whole Faculty
Allow me elaborate on each of these:
The unheard voice of chemical engineering students, this has been portrayed in the past GRC elections where we strived so hard not once or twice but thrice and this time round we come with a solution of unity, an initiative by ACES to have one candidate in the GRC race, surely believing for the undivided support of all BCHE students to earn this leadership position; with it much can be accomplished.
Certification of BCHE Students as Engineering Students in UIPE. This has been on going in Kyambogo University Engineering Society (KYUES) and Dr. Kwetegyeka Justus is also agitating for the same but can be achieved with a coordinated relationship, through ACES, to fight for our space as Professional Engineers even after graduation.
Delayed release of results, this highly affects us in such a way that even attaining a testimonial for the previous semester is close to impossible though most internship and job vacancy applications require results up to your last semester of study; there is a solution to this by the head of department to upload our results to our student portals which is already in progress but looking forward for it being done earlier enough and effectively. Apart from that, the results lists that are ordinarily pinned do not have a column for the GPA or CGPA, without this we cannot know whether they calculated it right or there is more effort needed to improve; this leaves us in a dilemma. All this can be solved with a louder voice of a GRC expressing our state of dissatisfaction.
Limited furniture in lecture rooms and having combined lectures. This highly affects the BCHE students in year one that were admitted in large numbers with no proper budget for their facilities and it worsens when day and evening class are joined to have one lecture. I know frankly that this is unfair, we deserve to have bigger lecture rooms time tabled for us with adequate furniture so that even if we are to be combined for one lecture, we should neither carry seats nor sit outside the lecture room.
Poor sanitation that is, dirty lecture rooms and toilets yet there is also no specific ladies’ facility at the faculty. This highly affects academic performance; it is human that a clean environment motivates one’s activities. Through the Guild we can advocate for disposal bins, effective regular cleaning of lecture rooms and toilets plus an established ladies’ facility at the Faculty of Science.
Project funding and per DM facilitation. SCIENCE and ENGINEERING inspires innovation which comes with research and product development projects and I know for sure that at University level projects can be funded which also helps the whole university at large through basically marketing our knowledge; these funds may be well budgeted to provide equipment, constructing better laboratories with up to date technology, improving to a better research environment, facilitating project trips and also building good relations between Kyambogo university and other institutions that already have the facilities in place.
Delayed payment of allowances especially government students whose faculty, internship allowances are received a long way into their industrial training. This is very inconvenient to both the parents, who know that their children do not have to bother them with any finances and the students, who find difficult living conditions; this has been solved in Makerere University and the same can be done in KYAMBOGO UNIVERSITY since they are all public universities.
Localized Wi-Fi only at a single point on the whole Faculty. I appreciate so much the administration of Faculty of Science and the University for the Wireless Network that was provided to us early 2015 but we deserve Wi-Fi in our various lecture rooms, its inconvenient when all students stand in the walk ways and sit on the pavement to access the internet more so if the Wi-Fi is only at one edge of the faculty. This can be solved by distributing it to the various offices around the Faculty so that also lecture rooms close by are supplied.
I appreciate our patron Dr Okullo Aldo and the fact that we have started this journey of unity with the committed good heart to find solutions to our challenges of which your ideas make a difference and your consistent support drives us a mile further to look for a way forward.
MIIRO EDDY for Guild Representative Council Faculty of Science 2016/17, am humbled by your trust in me to take up this responsibility and I promise never to fail you for it is our right to be served by the leader we vote.
“Ready to transform the society” Thank you.
In Immediate response to the stories that have been running around about the whole Process of Sole Candidature, we as the Association feel that its part of our duty and obligation to let the whole fraternity of Chemical Engineering Students know of what exactly transpired before the Candidate was Announced. Since its in line with Our Core Values and mentioned in Our Constitution Article 2 Section 2 that
“As the Association, We are always obligated to at all times up holding full openness to our members, partners and beneficiaries with respect to our Processes, Operations, Actions and Outcomes”
Origin of GRC Sole Candidature for Chemical Engineering Students:
This followed the a resolution that was reached in the 12th meeting of the 2nd Parliament of Chemical Engineers-Kyambogo University that
“Under clear and vivid scrutiny, a sole candidate will always be chosen. First by consensus amongst the Candidates who would have declared intention or by undertaking primaries incases where the Incumbents would have disagreed to come to an ultimate decision of who to forward for Sole Candidature”
With this in mind therefore, as an Umbrella for Chemical Engineers in the University, we proceeded with the whole Process.
How the Process Transpired
The very first step that was taken was to reach out to Chemical Engineering Students and inform them of our Intention of parading a Sole Candidate from one of our very own, which was successful. (Much as BSc Chem 1 claimed not to have received prior information about this matter, we are positive that the majority of Chemical Engineers with in the Fraternity did) With Apologies
The Candidates who declared intentions of the Position submitted their names to the Association’s Executive Committee which then later arranged for their meeting shortly after for them to reach a consensus.
On 3rd March 2016 at 4pm G.M.T, the Aspiring candidates sat in a meeting and agreed to disagree with any of them standing. However with the pulse of the Issue a resolution was reached by all that
‘They would Forward and Second Hon Miiro Eddy ( BSc Chem Eng III) as a Candidate of their Interest much as HE WAS NOT ORIGINALLY AMONG THE CANDIDATES’ an Idea to which the Association agreed upon.
Amidst his Projects, the appointed Candidate Hon Miiro Eddy was contacted and given the communication about what had transpired in the meeting. Having been part of the Association’s Executive, he readily understood and accepted and hence forth he decided to hold the flag of Sole Candidature.
With all this done however a little contradiction was succumbed in the proceeding days.
A few weeks after the announcement, another BSc Chem Engineering Year 1 Student and Class Coordinator Hon Lubuulwa Cosmas declared intention to stand for GRC Faculty of Science the same seat to which a Sole Candidate had been preliminarily voted. On hearing this, the Executive arranged for a Meeting with him, however in his words he decided NOT to stand down with claims of not have known about Sole candidature.
Thanks be to God that this was at a time when nominations had not been done and so there was still a gap for negotiation. Necessary measures were taken and even meetings with both the Candidates taken and done. However ALL THESE ENDED IN VAIN.
The Final Appointment was set up slated on the 15th March 2016, 10:00am GMT with the Chemical Engineering Students’ Patron where a meeting comprising of ‘The 2 Candidates, The Patron and The President’ was to be held to ensure that contradicting Issue would be solved through the two candidates i.e. Hon Miiro Eddy and Hon Lubuulwa Cosmas reach a consensus. This was however not held. Reason: ‘Hon Lubuulwa Cosmas said he had a Lecture to attend to and he couldn’t dare miss it’. Much as Hon Miiro Eddy also had a Lecture at this very time, by 10:00am he was already right outside the Office of the Patron.
(This left questions in the minds of many that: Since most Guild meetings are held during Lecture times, will Hon Lubuulwa Cosmas be able to actively represent them without saying he had to attend to a Lecture instead? And that Isn’t it Self centeredness to attend a personal lecture and miss a meeting that discusses about issues concerning the people you would like to represent? )
This marked the end of Executive’s bid for negotiations. The Executive therefore decided to carry on with its decision it had made earlier on to stick to the Legal Process of the Sole Candidate.
The Association therefore takes this opportunity to inform the general fraternity of Chemical engineering Students – Kyambogo University that Hon Miiro Eddy is the Sole Candidate for whom we advocate for.
11 Chemical Engineering Pioneers in Kyambogo University set to Graduate 2015/2016 with 1 First Class.
You have indeed fought a good fight and you deserve it!
All stages of Education have a beginning and an immediate end (not an Ultimate end). Talking of levels ranging from Primary all through High School, one thing you couldn’t miss out talking about was ‘The Mighty’ UNEB formerly known as ‘Bukenya’.
Well, when we first came to campus, things were not the same, first was the semester system which many couldn’t fathom even till Year II ( Talking of an Academic Year beginning from August? Weird!), second was the Examination system….(No UNEB here? Really?) and now 3rd comes as a totally different look of things…. Grading! To be honest, most fresh men and women actually left home and were like ‘Mum, Dad, Am going to campus, I will get a first grade I Promise’. They only get to realize shortly after that Its actually 1st Class, 2nd Upper, 2nd Lower…etc
Now, all this was to remind us that the Academic level at University especially when you are doing a degree course like Chemical Engineering is not an easy one.
This Year’s Graduation is set to see the very first batch of our very own Chemical Engineers whom we are proud of graduate. This will go on record that a new generation of Young, Enterprised and Professional Chemical Engineers has been birthed in the Nation from the heart of the Country’s highly reputable Campus ‘Kyambogo University’.
Our reliable sources have informed this Website that the 11 Chemical Engineering Pioneers have been successfully shortlisted on the Graduation list and set to graduate this week. They have successfully done their very best, finished up all exams, Project Proposals and fulfilled all necessary Graduation requirements and Pre-requisites. And notwithstanding, among the Candidates set to Graduate stands a First Class from a prominent member of The Association of Chemical Engineering Students – Kyambogo University Nayebare Brian. ‘We congratulate you in a special way comrade!’
This news catches the Chemical Engineering Fraternity at a time when the Year I juniors, Year II, Year IV Seniors have finished their exams while the Year III Seniors are finalizing their Semester I exams.
As the Association, we proudly congratulate you all Chemical Engineering Grandaunts for this achievement and wish you the very best throughout your Chemical engineering Career! Go show the world which substance we are made of. Let them know that ‘God made the World and All the rest was by Chemical Engineers’
We will bring you the list of Names of all Graduates and their say in our next Issue. Keep informed. Like us on Facebook & Visit Our Website.
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Chemical Engineering Students,
Welcome to the world of knowledge
I would like to thank the Association for coming up with this idea and developing a Website. This world of knowledge is also a world of learning. As the word of Our Lord Jesus Christ says; “Strive to enter through the narrow gate”.
I urge you to work hard so that you succeed in the profession of chemical engineering; that is the way to go, it doesn’t come so easy.
Use this chance profitably to benefit from the vast resources that are available on the internet for your learning. There are some free resources such as text books, journals, newsletters, etc. that you can access through Google search and download to make them part of your library.
Make use of the Q and A page (if available), to post questions on challenging areas that you may meet in your studies. You will receive answers from peers, professionals in the area and many other kinds of people, some of whom may have experienced a similar challenge. If the Q and A page is not available I encourage the designers to create one, it is an area of interest where you share experiences and learn a lot from others.
I would like to thank the designers of ACES website so much for the good work done and I give credit to Hon. Mutagaya Solomon for the tireless efforts he has made for this to come to reality.
Success in your Endeavour.
Albert Einstein a famous scientist once stated “The only reason for time is so that everything doesn’t happen at once”. Ultimately the birth of Chemical Engineering course and our Association of Chemical Engineering Students (ACES) in Kyambogo University has mirrored the growth in importance of Chemical Engineering in our Country and the World at large, with the entry of more people into the profession of Chemical Engineering.
The primary objective of this Association is to act as a platform for the students in promoting competence and commitment to sustainable development, advancing the discipline of Chemical Engineering for the benefit of society and supporting the professional development of members in the association.
One of the observable challenges facing higher education is providing quality/relevant higher education to meet the needs of a dynamic, knowledge driven society. To achieve our primary objective; United we stand and handle the surrounding challenges affecting the chemical engineering profession in our country. However it’s important to remember that
The ‘Altitude’ of Our Association will be determined by the ‘Attitude’ of its members and their involvement in the Association.
I therefore want to invite all the Chemical Engineering Students (new and continuing) in our mighty University to utilize this Association by participating fully in all its activities most especially in the intensive research that will bring up new innovations. This will further our association objectives in our country and the world at large.
OWARUHANGA Ronald- President ACES
Knowledge and Skills for Service, For God and My Country.
With all its advantages and merits elsewhere around the world, Chemical Engineering in Uganda has remained one field that is yet gaining momentum over the past few years. The few who know about it actually are still faced with alot of trouble explaining it to those that don’t but ofcourse with alot of pending unanswered questions.
Irrespective of what reality has as far as the field is concerned, Universities including Kyambogo University and Ndejje University are pushng ahead to admit entrants who show interest in the course by applying for it on a private programme.
However much less is known about Chemical Engineers in Uganda, we cant skip mentioning the fact that Its a large field of influence especially as far as the whole Engineering is Concerned just like the former Institution of Chemical Engineers (IChemE) President Geoff Maitland always mentioned in articles in his blog ChemEng365
We hope that it being a new course in the nation, as years passby the younger upcoming Chemical Engineers in Uganda will have the right mentors to look up to as this is one of the principle reasons for less females showing interest in Engineering generally as the Speaker – Hon Mutagaya Solomon of this great Association once mentioned in his Article Break the norms, defy the Odds, tell them “Am an Engineer first, then a woman”
This Academic year 2015/2016, we are previlaged to have recieved a number of Admitted Chemical Engineering Students to be!
We are aware that many applied, and many lost!
As the Association,we are therefore honoured to have you and we warmly welcome you into the Chemical Engineering Field of study!
Below is the list of those sucessfully admitted in this August/September Intake:
|Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering (Day) 2015/2016|
|1 U1224/562 ATWIJUKA RUTH|
|2 U0065/598 KIRUMIRA MARK WILSON|
|3 U0033/597 LEKDYANG ISAAC ANGULO|
|4 U0010/520 DANYAL YOUSUF|
|5 U1085/590 OCEN TRAVOR JOACHIM|
|6 U0027/558 MAALI MARVIN KENNETH|
|7 U0043/700 MULEMBYA LESLIE|
|8 U0010/539 MAKELLO INNOCENT|
|9 U0043/696 LWANDE JESSE|
|10 U0042/565 OSIRU JOSEPH ASWA|
|11 U0065/631 OKASO DANIEL OLILA|
|12 U1085/517 KITONSA MUGAGGA|
|13 U0077/600 KIRAGA SHAFIK|
|14 U0069/754 AHIMBISIBWE EDWIN|
|15 U2440/504 MUKASA KAAYA BENJAMIN|
|16 U1223/680 BAGUMA BRIAN BAALA|
|17 U0043/689 BIKINA DAUDI|
|18 U1417/511 MWESIGYE DICKSON|
|19 U2400/552 KIRONDE ENOCK|
|20 U0042/546 KHAEMBA STEPHEN|
|21 U0053/562 NAMATOVU ALEXANDRINA|
|22 U1451/580 OKWIR JACOB OBARO|
|23 U2032/585 KATO M DAN|
|24 U0857/515 MUWANGUZI ERIC|
|25 U0737/765 KISUBIKA ARAPHAT|
|26 U0040/543 AGECA FRANCIS|
|27 U0016/562 MUHUMUZA JOSEPH|
|28 U1223/684 WETAKA BRIAN|
|29 U0023/728 LUBEGA FRED|
|30 U0065/611 MUKYALA PATIENCE|
|31 U0018/772 KITABANGA YUSUF|
|32 U0512/681 KOONA JIMMY|
|33 U1732/765 TURYAMUREBA RODGERS|
|34 U2032/626 ENEMWA DANIEL PAMPUS|
|35 U0036/636 KIRABIRA MUSA|
|36 U2877/567 OLELEMA JOHN PAUL|
|37 U0053/508 BAANABAKINTU RICHARD|
|38 U0043/702 MUSUNGA JAMES|
|39 U0065/613 MUWANGUZI JONATHAN|
|40 U0064/504 ALINAITWE ALFRED|
|41 U1356/542 LUTALO JOSEPH BBOSA|
|42 U0763/909 KIBUGA DAVID LULE|
|43 U1898/509 NANIMA ISAAC DENIS|
|44 U0027/564 MAZUNE KEITH ELIJAH|
|45 U1223/679 NALUBEGA CISSY CHRISTINE|
|46 U0852/568 MUTALYA GEOFFREY|
|47 U0938/765 RUKUNDO WILLY|
|48 U1224/734 MUHANGUZI NICHOLAS|
|49 U0168/592 FEISAL ABDALLAH|
|50 U0896/519 WATUM SIMON PETER|
|51 U0061/617 KANANURA MARTHA|
|52 U0459/649 SSALI MUHAMMAD|
|53 U1224/897 OKECH ALLAN ONGOM|
|54 U0033/531 TEKWO STEPHEN|
|55 U0069/504 KISEKKA GENZA DAVID|
|56 U1946/509 GOLJOK KAU|
|57 U0027/511 CHEMUTAI DENIS|
|58 U0794/580 WAVAMUNNO LAWRENCE|
|59 U0160/584 NATWIJUKA GODWIN|
|60 U0033/515 MUBIRU ELBER|
|61 U0068/546 AINEBYOONA ALVINE|
|62 U0186/512 HABYARIMANA DEUS|
|63 U0080/583 NIYONZIMA STEPHEN|
|64 U0025/542 KASADHA MARUF|
|65 U0391/523 NABUGODI NICHOLAS|
|66 U0861/512 RWOMWIJU PAUL|
|67 U0051/795 WUULA SHAFIK|
|68 U1732/729 NAMAZIIMA NEBUCHADNEZZAR|
|69 U0801/674 MUNGUDIT JOHN EUDES H|
|70 U0858/564 NANGENDO BERNA MARIA|
|71 U1308/559 ODONGO MICHEAL|
|72 U1617/508 SABAALO E SOLOMON|
|73 U0169/564 KAGANZI JOAN ATUHURA|
|74 U0467/519 OGWEL DINAH|
|75 U0051/629 CHEMUTAI JONAS|
|76 U0052/616 MUHIMBURA BRIAN|
|77 U2941/685 ARIOKOT RACHEAL|
|78 U1802/525 TORSTEN LORANGE|
|79 U0065/636 SSEKANJAKO ARNOLD|
|80 U0391/524 NANKWANGA LILIAN C|
|81 U0077/586 KATOOKO BRIGET|
|82 U1379/889 KATUSIIME SUSAN CHARITY|
|83 U0965/613 NANSUBUGA MARY JESCA|
|84 U0022/522 NAKULIMA NORAH|
|85 U1085/532 NABATEREGGA JOAN|
|86 U0828/529 BESIGYE PETER|
|87 U0051/847 NAKAYENZE SHARON|
|88 U0038/525 SOLIMO TOM|
|89 U1292/569 MANYUAT AJOU JACOB|
|90 U3043/547 SEBISAALU CHARLES KAKOOZA|
|91 U1085/592 OGENRWOT MOSES|
|92 U0051/547 WAFULA SIBAGAYA|
|93 U0850/532 MUWANGUZI PHILLIP|
|94 U0850/558 SIMALI HABERT|
|95 U2424/503 AYESIGA MICHELLE MUGISHA|
|96 U0041/566 TINITINI JESCA|
|97 U0101/580 IMALINGAT DAVID|
|98 U0192/553 ADIRU SCOVIA|
|99 U0061/636 NABASIRYE NKINZI ZULAH B|
|100 U0055/666 NAKASAGGA MARY BRENDA|
|Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering (Evening) 2015/16|
|1 U0064/558 SSEMWOGERERE ABRAHAM|
|2 U0169/520 ALINDA DONALD|
|3 U0626/530 KAGOMBE DENIS|
|4 U0069/669 ANGUZU ERIC|
|5 U0108/515 MATYANGA SAMUEL|
|6 U0069/897 ALINDA NICHOLAS|
|7 U0048/797 NAMUGENYI DOREEN|
|8 U0065/591 KASIBANTE JAMES|
|9 U1328/641 MUHWEZI TOMSON|
|10 U0052/657 NIWARINDA NICHOLAS|
|11 U0763/693 KALYA SOLOMON|
|12 U0346/580 MUHWEZI GILBERT|
|13 U0096/760 OKETCHO JOHN|
|14 U0065/629 OCEN PAUL|
|15 U1828/512 AKANKWASA PROSPER|
|16 U2061/568 MATOVU GODFREY|
|17 U1286/612 NANNUNGI BRENDAH|
|18 U0474/563 KASIIMBURA OSBERT|
|19 U0072/652 ORYONO ROBERT|
|20 U0110/562 MUKISA EMMANUEL JOSIAH|
|21 U0169/513 AKAMPA CRISPUS|
|22 U0387/648 SSENTONGO DAVID|
|23 U0173/503 AMUTUHAIRE CRISPUS|
|24 U0095/537 OGWAL ALLAN|
|25 U1992/539 NAKILIMIRA JOHN|
|26 U0185/540 DAWA IMMACULATE|
|27 U0068/611 OKOT ERIC|
|28 U0027/592 ODIC INNOCENT|
|29 U0051/588 GUTAKA BIRITIYO|
|30 U0055/523 NJUKI DISAN|
|31 U0256/578 MWANJA BASHIRI|
|32 U2356/507 BONGOMIN DERRICK|
|33 U0630/615 NAMAGEMBE SHARIFAH|
|34 U0691/599 KASUMBA ROBE RT|
|35 U1775/506 NAMAYANJA PHOEBE|
|36 U0459/662 NAMBALIRWA SULAIBA|
|37 U2444/506 TAREMWA DISON|
|38 U1262/518 KWESIGA AMON|
|39 U0042/584 OPULE EDWIN CHARLES OYET|
|40 U0080/513 AKANKWASA MERCY|
|41 U0053/541 KYOOGA ALEXANDER ISAIAH|
|42 U2050/524 KISEMBO MUKISA|
|43 U0069/524 MAGALA ISAAC|
|44 U0009/638 KATUSIIME WINFRED|
|45 U0009/610 ASHABA SHEILA|
|46 U0009/596 AINE AMELIA CHANTAL|
|47 U0069/635 OWERE ROBERT|
|48 U1407/555 NAKATTE PHEIONA|
|49 U0041/525 LUKOWE JOSEPH|
|50 U0059/604 MUWUMBA WALTER|
|51 U0068/609 MUBANGIZI CHRISTOPHER|
|52 U0028/571 MUGUME JOEL|
|53 U0860/562 KUTEGEKA SIMON|
|54 U1286/512 AMANYIRE LUTGADE KAMARA|
|55 U0065/578 ASIIMA SANDRA RUTH|
|56 U0041/517 KASAGA FRANK|
|57 U1092/533 TURYATUNGA LAWRENCE|
|58 U0055/736 MUGENYI EVA|
|59 U1249/668 NTIRENGANYA ALEX|
|60 U1732/650 AMUTUHIIRE ANOCIATA|
|61 U0077/647 MPUNGU N PAUL|
|62 U0053/548 MUGABI ANDREW|
|63 U0059/562 MAGEZI EMMANUEL PHILLIP|
|64 U2102/518 ELEM ISAAC|
|65 U0053/543 LUUTU DERRICK|
|66 U0108/505 SSENYONGA KHALIFAN|
|67 U0048/541 ITEGA ONESMUS|
|68 U0417/534 KABUYE SIRAJJE|
|69 U1445/537 OTHIENO JOSEPH|
|70 U0857/646 OLUKA PAUL|
|71 U0009/590 ABIGABA BICONCO TRYPHINE|
|72 U2102/504 AMITO NIMON|
|73 U0068/618 MUHWEZI COLLINS AYEBARE|
|74 U1134/525 MWOTA ISOOBA JOEL|
|75 U0860/569 MAWEJJE IBRAHIM|
|76 U0391/525 NANKABIRWA BABRA|
|77 U2431/544 KAMANZI MAJID|
|78 U0737/725 SITANKYA FATIHA|
|79 U0298/526 KISAKYE ERICK|
|80 U1612/707 AGABA ALLAN ATWINE|
|81 U0104/600 BALIDDAWA JONATHAN|
|82 U0018/763 DAMA BONNY|
|83 U1873/620 NAHABWE RHONAH|
|84 U1140/637 KASOLO FAIZO|
|85 U0019/615 NINSHOMA ELIAS|
|86 U0043/705 NASASIRA ARNOLD|
|87 U3043/568 MUKALAZI SADDAM|
|88 U0218/524 NYAGO DEOGRATIUS|
|89 U0010/519 BUKOTO MOSES|
|90 U1604/561 OKEDI JOHNSON|
|91 U1379/642 KISAKYE PHOEBE|
|92 U0073/555 ARACH DOUGLAS|
|93 U0857/748 TUMUSIIME EMMANUEL|
The Association of Chemical Engineering Students- Kyambogo University 2014/2015 Executive Committee
S/No Name Position
1 H.E Owaruhanga Ronald President
2 H.E Muhimbura Quincy Vice President
3 H.L Mutagaya Solomon Speaker
4 H.L Zawedde Vivian Deputy Speaker
5 Hon Byaruhanga Johnson General Secretary
6 Hon Batuli Joram Deputy Secretary
7 Hon Nampeera Jackline Treasurer
8 Hon Katwesigye Adella Vice Treasurer
9 Hon Yiga Patrick Research and Projects Coordinator
10 Hon Turamyeomwe Gloria Vice Research and Projects Coordinator
11 Hon Buyinza Eriya Publicity Secretary
12 Hon Semaganda Steven Deputy Publicity Secretary
13 Hon Mbabazi Sofia Year 3 Coordinator
14 Hon Musulo Shadrick Year 2 Coordinator
15 Hon Odoi Simon Peter Year 1 Coordinator
16 Hon Nuweamanyire Christopher Editor
17 Hon Miiro Eddy Vice Code of Conduct Committee
18 DR OKULLO ALDO ASSOCIATION PATRON
YEAR 1 SEMESTER 1 COURSE WORKS AND ASSIGNMENTS
|Unit Code||Course Unit||Lecturer||
Download Course Work or Assignment
|Date of Submission||E-mail for Submission||Remarks|
|Humanities and Communication Skills|
Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics I
|In Organic Chemistry|
YEAR 2 SEMESTER 1 COURSE WORKS AND ASSIGNMENTS
|Unit Code||Course Unit||Lecturer||Download Course Work or Assignment||Date of Submission||E-mail for Submission||Remarks|
|CHE 211||Physics III||
Mr Byaruhanga B
|CHE 212||Statistical Analysis and Control||
|EM 211||Engineering Mathematics||
Mr Kansiime Z
|CHE 213||Chemical Process Principles||
Dr Okullo Aldo
|CHE213 Assignment 1-15||8th Sept 2015||To be submitted as a hard copy to class cordinators|
|CHE 214||Transport Phenomena||
Mr Odongo Obbo
|CHE 215||Physical Chemistry I||
Mr Muhwezi Godfrey
Mr Kiganda Ivan
YEAR 2 SEMESTER 2 COURSE WORKS AND ASSIGNMENTS
|Unit Code||Course Unit||Lecturer||Click & Download Course Work or Assignment Below
||Date of Submission||E-mail for Submission||Remarks|
Mr Kansiime Z
|CHE221||Material Sciences and Corrosion||
Mr Odongo Obbo
|CHE222||Computing for Chemical Engineering||
Dr Okullo Aldo
|To be submitted by Tuesday 29th March 2016||To be submitted on CDs to the Class Coordinator|
|CHE223||Fluid Mechanics & Flow Systems||
Dr Wanasolo W
Mr Aruho Joseph
|CHE224||Physical Chemistry II||
Mr Mukota Aziz
Mr Rugumayo A