Kagadi Institute of Science and Technology (KISTEC) has successfully completed end of Semester examinations for this academic year. The exams critically look at the practical competence of students as they get ready to sit for the Directorate of Industrial Training (DIT) Exams.
KISTEC Academic Registrar Mr. Mwinganiza Godfrey said that students have made positive improvements in their learning especially in applying what they learned to respond to community needs.
KISTEC admits students from disadvantaged families, and youths who have lost hope in life. They undergo a year of training in different fields including Tailoring, Knitting, Welding, Information Technology, Electrical Installation Block laying, and Concrete practice.
We have students who didn’t get an opportunity to complete primary seven (P.7) or Uganda Certificate of Education (UCE). These are assessed under the modular assessment program by DIT. We also have students who completed and passed UCE and these go for two years.
Mr. Mwinganiza called upon parents to give KISTEC priority in the coming February-March intake or August-September intake.