Victoria University: 14 Council Members Swears In

By Editorial Victoria University has sworn in 14 Council Members and assigned specific duties for each member in a move to promote quality learning at the central Kampala university. The Council Members whose areas of specialization varied from Legal affairs, governance, leadership, human resources, education among others, were sworn in on Wednesday 25th November 2020 at Victoria University by Her Worship Agnes Nkonge. The Chairperson Board of Governors represented by Rajiv Ruparelia pledged full support to the new council to ensure quality education and boosting a good relationship between the university and the students while implementing the curriculum. “If you want to be the best then you also ought to build the best team. Come up with plenty of innovations and opportunities, we shall support you and above all build a good working relationship with your clients who are your students because your biggest success is your students,” he said.

Victoria University: 14 Council Members Swears In
Victoria University: 14 Council Members Swears In
During the ceremony Joram Kahenano was sworn in Chairperson of the Council specializing in leadership, while Joseph Biribonwa in picture with (right) became Vice Chair Person specializing in Governance.
Other Council members of the Council sworn includes: Dr .Chirag Kotecha (specialized in Health), Andrew Mwenda (Specialized in Public and Journalism), James Kalebo (Specialist in education), Dr. Mary Kanyiginya (Specialist in Human Resources), Sameer Thakar (Specialist in finance), Dr.Kabonesa Consolate (Specialist in Gender/ Senate), Semambo Rashid (Specialist in Legal affairs), Dr. Lawrence Muganga (Specialist in Education), H.E.Mark Serebe as Guild President, Victoria University, Walakira John Bosco as Victoria University staff representative and Katusabe Semwezi as Member.
The Chancellor John Opuda Asibo pictured above called for need for the university to continue promoting quality learning to being out the best of the graduates.
“People should be transformative and whoever comes should get a first class because this university is capable of transforming them even if they come with a minimum requirement. This university is not a place of how well you enter it, but how well you get out of it,” he said