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Jan
29

High hopes as more than 8, 000 KMTC Students resume learning

Optimism and excitements. These two words summed up the mood of students as the Kenya Medical Training College (KMTC) Final Qualifying Examination Students resumed learning on January 11, 2021 after almost ten months of exclusive online sessions, due to the COVID-19 pandemic. College CEO Prof. Michael Kiptoo confirmed that more than 8,000 students reported on […]

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Jan
29

KMTC Lecturer authors 5 books to enhance learning

KMTC Manza Campus lecturer Mr. Salim Omambia has authored five books to aid students in their training. The five books include Basics in computers (an introduction to ICT in healthcare); Fundamentals in Demography (a synopsis of population studies concerning health); Didactic Epidemiology (Diseases and their determinants); Health Statistics (Elementary biostatics), and Methods in Research — […]

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Jan
29

KMTC Kisumu Campus student emerges second in the 7th National African Organization for Standardization essay writing competition.

Brian Makori, a second-year Medical Imaging Sciences Student at Kisumu Campus, walked away with Kshs 70,000 after emerging second in the 7th National African Organization for Standardization (ARSO) essay writing competition, organized by the Kenya Bureau of Standards (KEBS). First and third positions were scooped by Edgar Odongo Ochieng of the University of Nairobi, and […]

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Dec
07

KMTC HOLDS 88TH ANNUAL GRADUATION CEREMONY

The government has reiterated its commitment to redoubling its efforts in training health care professionals to respond to global health challenges. Speaking during the Kenya Medical Training College (KMTC) Graduation Ceremony held on December 3, 2020, at the KMTC Graduation Square in Nairobi, Health Chief Administrative Secretary Dr. Rashid Aman said the government remains committed […]

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Nov
24

KMTC will celebrate its 88th Graduation Ceremony on December 3, 2020

The Kenya Medical Training College will celebrate its 88th Graduation Ceremony on December 3, 2020, virtually, at the KMTC Graduation Square, Nairobi, at 10:00 am. A total of 4,114 graduands will be awarded various Certificates and Diplomas. Out of these, 348 will graduate with Higher Diplomas, 2,733 Diplomas and 1,033 Certificates. The virtual event will […]

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Oct
09

College holds 2nd virtual Academic Council meeting, increases training opportunities in Campuses

The Kenya Medical Training College Academic Council has allowed 22 KMTC Campuses to increase programmes offered to meet the growing demand of health training opportunities. The approval was granted during the College’s Academic Council meeting held virtually on 23rd to 25th September, 2020, subject to ratification by the Board of Directors. The move is aimed […]

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Sep
23

KMTC kicks off training for over 9000 new students

The Kenya Medical Training College (KMTC) on Wednesday 16th September, officially launched its academic year 2020/2021.Roughly 9000 students have enrolled for this year’s intake. During a virtual orientation for the new students held on September 15, 2020, the College CEO Prof. Michael Kiptoo welcomed the students to the College, while calling on them to take […]

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Sep
07

Six KMTC Campuses receive vehicles to enhance teaching and learning

The KMTC Board Chairperson Prof.  Philip Kaloki has today flagged off a new fleet of vehicles for six Campuses to enhance service delivery. Today’s event is in line with the Board’s transformative agenda to equip Campuses with the requisite infrastructure to support teaching and learning. Speaking during the commissioning, the Chairperson confirmed that the Board […]

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