Business

Benjamin Teigong - HOD

The department places empasis on discipline, commitment, hardwork and unity of purpose as core values .

Business department is composed of two sections, namely:
1. Accounting section. 2. Secretarial section. 3. Liberal Studies Section

ACCOUNTING SECTION

(a) KASNEB EXAMINED COURSES
We offer the following KASNEB examined courses:

COURSE
QUALIFICATION
INTAKE
EXAMS
ATC -INTERMEDIATE KCSE - D+(plus) MAY & SEP MAY & NOV
ATC - FINAL ATC - I MAY & SEP MAY & NOV
CPA -SECTION I ATC - F or KCSE C+ MAY & SEP MAY/JUNE & NOV/DEC
CPA -SECTION II CPA I MAY & SEP MAY/JUNE & NOV/DEC

(b) KNEC EXAMINED COURSES
KNEC examined courses offered by the accounting section include:

(i) DIPLOMA IN ACCOUNTANCY
The minimum entry requirement is KCSE mean grade of C- and admission is done in September. It is a three year course. We presented the first lot for external examination in 2006 and had 50% PASS while the second lot sat for KNEC exams in 2007 and scored 100% PASS.

(ii) DIPLOMA IN PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT
Also accountancy section offers Diploma in Personnel Management on part time basis (school based). The minimum entry requirement is P1 Teacher with Div II or KCSE C-. One is due for external examination (KNEC) after 9 semesters (HOLIDAYS).

LECTURERS
The section is staffed with eight qualified, committed and widely exposed lecturers:

SECRETARIAL SECTION


This section offers the following KNEC examined courses:

(i) DIPLOMA IN SECRETARIAL STUDIES
Minimum entry requirement is C- in KCSE and the intake is usually done in September of each year. It is a three year course sandwiched with six months industrial attachment.

(ii) SECRETARIAL STUDIES CERTIFICATE (SINGLE & GROUP)
Minimum entry requirement is mean grade of D in KCSE and admission is done in May of each year. It is a two year course with three external (KNEC) exams per year i.e. in March, July and November.

This section is headed by Mr Oliver Wanga and has team of 4 experienced lecturers:

LIBERAL STUDIES SECTION

This is a section whose main activity is to coordinate the teaching and/or promotion of entrepreneurial developments within and outside the institute. The teaching of entrepreneurshipfollows the ministry's curriculum of inculcating the skills in the trainees/regular students .

Other Operations

  1. Organise seminars for entrepreneurship development studies lecturers to enhance competitive trainer needs to meet the changing market demands.
  2. Conduct research in entrepreneurship and reward innovation and development of appropriate technology.
  3. Develop business incubators to meet the expectations of vision 2030 and the changing needs of the society.
  4. Encourage youth and business people to develop appropriate work/business skills.
  5. Organise seminars/workshops on entrepreneuship development for small and medium enterprise owners to enhance quality os products/services.

The department places empasis on discipline, commitment, hardwork and unity of purpose as core values.

LECTURERS

 

  1. Benjamin Teigong                     - Head of Department
  2. Eddah Miheso                          - Head of Section – Accounting
  3. Oliver Wanga                           - Head of Section – Secretarial
  4. Holga Lelei                               - Head of Section – Liberal Studies
  5. Jeremiah Kiplagat
  6. Julius Nyawade
  7. Peter Odida
  8. Duncan Olela
  9. Boaz Ochieng
  10. Mathew Kopi
  11. Joseph Chirchir
  12. Henry Lagat
  13. Stephen Kosgei
  14. Elizabeth Achieng
  15. Mercy Cheruiyot
  16. Sylvia Cheptepkeny
  17. Christine Wafula
  18. Josephine Limo
  19. Togom Kennedy
  20. Leunorah Awinja
  21. Benta Ahenda
  22. Amos Mutai
  23. Rutto Cosmas
  24. Gladys Kering