Janet Museveni Praises King Ceasor University for Championing Science, Technology –

He challenged the graduates to think outside the box and strive to create innovative solutions to real-world problems. Mulenga also highlighted the significance of embracing technology and innovation, citing companies like Microsoft, Apple, Nvidia, Saudi Aramco, Google, and Amazon as examples of success stories.

“Why can’t we create our own Google and Facebook? Why can’t we innovate and make a difference in the world? We need to dig deeper into our brains and find out what we are capable of achieving,” he challenged the graduates.

Dr. Chris Baryomunsi, the chairperson university council said King Ceasor University is poised to become a center of excellence in higher education.

Dr. Baryomunsi highlighted the institution’s focus on key areas such as medicine, health and life sciences, engineering, and technology programs. He emphasized the university’s commitment to research, innovation, and technology development, and its exploration of partnerships with other universities and companies to enhance its programs.

The university is expanding its offerings to include master’s degrees, PhDs, and other postgraduate qualifications, with new programs in obstetrics and gynecology, internal medicine, surgery, and pediatrics set to launch next year. Dr. Baryomunsi also announced partnerships with universities abroad to offer sandwich and virtual programs, as well as a partnership with an academic company in India to automate university systems and harness digital technologies.

The Minister emphasized the importance of embracing technology in education, citing the fourth and fifth industrial revolutions. He highlighted the potential of technologies like artificial intelligence, the Internet of Things, and nanotechnology to enhance teaching and learning.

Dr. Baryomunsi expressed gratitude to regulatory bodies and the university community for their support and appealed for continued investment in the institution. He congratulated graduates and encouraged them to continue acquiring knowledge and upgrading their qualifications.

Dr. Charity Mulenga, Vice Chancellor of King Ceasor University, highlighted the university’s achievement in gaining accreditation for all its academic programs from the National Council for Higher Education.

“This is a testament to the dedication and hard work of our management, staff, and students,” she noted.

The Vice-Chancellor also acknowledged the support and guidance of various medical institutions and professional councils, including the Uganda Medical and Dental Practitioners Council, Uganda Nursing and Midwifery Council, and Allied Health Professionals Council.

Dr. Mulenga encouraged the graduates to go forth with courage and confidence, making a positive impact on the world around them.

“Remember that you have the knowledge, skills, and determination to succeed,” she said


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