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The new curriculum positively influencing university education, says vice chancellor.

Pioneer International University Vice Chancellor Dr. Gideon Maina has hailed the new Competence Based Curriculum as one that will positively influence university education especially for students pursuing Bachelor of Education.

Dr. Maina said that beginning May this year, students at the university would be introduced to the new curriculum for knowledge and skill acquisition to enable them match with the changing education system in the country.

The don was speaking over the weekend during the unveiling of the Blessed Allmano statute who is known for bringing in Christianity to Kenya in conjunction with Consolata Sisters at Pioneer International University in Sagana.

He told those students pursuing a career in teaching that they were lucky because, upon graduation, they will have acquired all what was required of the new system unlike their counterparts who are already in the field and have to undergo a series of seminars and conferences to understand the concept.

Dr. Maina also pointed out that the university has collaborated with Sagana Technical Institute to enable those pursuing technical courses upgrade their education to a university degree.

Some of the beneficiaries of institutions and scholarships started by Consolata sisters like Ambassador Francis Muthaura also narrated the importance of universities collaborating with technical courses.

Pioneer International University chairman Mr. James Muchiri prospecting how the Sagana technical training institute will be speared into higher performance by the university especially in molding students that will make an impact to the society and the world at large.

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