Students can now access fee structure for the financial year 2019/2020 and July 2019 newsletter through the students’ portal. Click here to access the student portal. Continuing students are encouraged to send their respective admission numbers to firstname.lastname@example.org using their valid email addresses to have student portal account created and activated. By accessing student portal a student will receive the following services:
View registration details and confirm their accuracy
View academic results
View and print fee statement
View and print fee structure
Report to the system through online reporting feature
Send messages to registered students within the portal
View uploaded documents
Currently the student portal is accessible within the institute. A student can access the student portal via a wifi enable phone, laptop or any computer connected to the institute’s local area network. Students will be notified once the institute’s server is accessible via the internet. Keep visiting the institute’s website for more updates.
The interested eligible bidders may obtain the tender documents containing full details and condition of tendering in English upon payment of non-refundable fee of KShs 1000 at Nyandarua institute of Science and Technology (Nyandarua County) ACCOUNTS OFFICE upon working hours 8am to 4pm from Monday to Friday or FREE from Public procurement information portal (ppip portal)/institute website.
completed tender document enclosed in a plain sealed envelope marked with a tender number and the tender name should be deposited in the tender box provided in the administration block. To be received on or before 10am Tuesday 11th June 2019 addressed to The Principal Nyandarua Institute of Science and Technology P. O. Box 2033-20300 Nyahururu. Tenders shall be opened immediately thereafter at the institute board room in the presence of bidders or their representative who choose to attend. Late bids will not be accepted and shall be returned unopened.
Nyandarua Institute of Science and Technology wishes to invite graduands and guests in its 3rd graduation ceremony will take place on 31st May 2019 from 10.00am on the graduation square.
Gowns should be booked on or before 23rd May 2019. Graduands are advised to deposit a non refundable graduation fee of two thousand shillings (KShs 2,000) to Equity account number 0160296471157 on or before 23rd May 2019.
Graduation fee will be accepted once school fees has been cleared by the graduand.
Please view and download advertised courses for January 2019 to March 2019. Applicants are advised to apply through Kenya Universities and Colleges Central Placement Service (KUCCPS – http://www.kuccps.ac.ke)
Nyandarua institute of Science and Technology invites applications from interested and competent suppliers for the following items:-
NIST/002/2018/2019 – Supply and delivery of bread (OPEN)
NIST/017/2018/2019 – Supply and delivery of farm inputs (OPEN)
NIST/020/2018/2019 – Supply and delivery of automotive materials (OPEN)
NIST/30/2018/2019 – Provision of repair and maintenance of institute motor
NIST/034/2018/2019 – Supply and delivery of institute server system (OPEN)
NIST/035/2018/2019 – Installation of hot water system (OPEN)
NIST/036/2018/2019 – Installation of gas cooking unit (OPEN)
The interested eligible bidders may obtain the tender documents containing full details upon payment of a non- refundable fee of Ksh 1000 at Nyandarua Institute of Science and Technology (Nyandarua County) ACCOUNTS OFFICE during working hours 8am to 4pm from Monday to Friday.
Completed tender document enclosed in plain sealed envelope marked with a tender number and the tender name should be deposited in the tender box provided in the administration block. To be received on or before 10am Thursday 13th 2018 addressed to The Principal Nyandarua Institute of Science and Technology P.o box 2033-20300 Nyahururu .Tenders shall be opened immediately thereafter at the institute board room in the presence of bidders or their representative who choose to attend. Late bids will not be accepted and shall be returned unopened.
The Chief Librarian at Nyandarua Institute of Science & Technology, Wilson Kabucho, made a benchmarking visit at Jomo Kenyatta memorial Library on 25th July 2018.
The Circulation Librarian took him for a library tour in all the sections and later on he was briefed on activities that take place in each of the sections. The first section was the Circulation where he was taken through the circulation module by the Circulation Librarian. Some of the activities covered included; online registration of users, charging and discharging of library materials, fines of overdue materials, borrowers’ maintenance, categories of users (Undergraduate, Postgraduate, Academic staff, Non-Academic and Alumni, Online Public Catalogue training, Checking of user borrowing history and keeping vigilance of the library materials by the 3M machine and library personnel.
Mr. Kabucho was then taken to Digital Content Unit. In this unit, he was given a short introduction about the unit, the sub-sections that make up the Digital Content Unit. He was then introduced to various types of e-resources such as e-books, e-journals, UoN Digital repository and open access resources. He witnessed library users accessing resources using different devices such as the PCs and laptops. He also got an opportunity to be demonstrated to the digitization of the institutional documents for online uploading. This was followed by a demonstration of how Turnitin software works (anti-plagiarism software).
The East African collection could not have been bypassed because of its rich collection. Some of the content in this section includes; Masters and PhD theses, research reports and books written by Kenyans. At the acquisition section, he was informed that selection of information materials is decentralized whereas ordering, receiving and accessioning is centralized.
Finally, at the Cataloguing section, Mr. Kabucho was taken through the cataloguing process including cataloguing module in V-smart which is a Library Information Management System. This was just the beginning of collaboration between the two libraries and the institutions as a whole.