SFB should look into lecturers’ problems

  Dear editor, I would like to thank the administration of the School of Finance and Banking (SFB) for the work they are doing to uplift the standards of the school. Over the years, it can now evidently be clear that the school is catching up in all major departments save for a few that still need extra effort. It is known all over the world that teachers (or call them lecturers) are the strong engines of a learning institution.

Dear editor,

I would like to thank the administration of the School of Finance and Banking (SFB) for the work they are doing to uplift the standards of the school. Over the years, it can now evidently be clear that the school is catching up in all major departments save for a few that still need extra effort. It is known all over the world that teachers (or call them lecturers) are the strong engines of a learning institution.

Now, once these people are not catered for like it is required, this will directly or indirectly affect the academic standards of the school.

In a conversation I had recently with friends who are second year students (part – time) at SFB, they decried the rampant lack of enough lecturers. Some of them even said that they go up to the extent of missing examinations. Clear reasons the students advanced for this situation are that the lecturers aren’t given the required pay and they end up part timing in several private universities in the city. The lecturers make sure that they teach in two to three universities and end up with no time to teach or examine their own students in SFB. The students also alleged that they have missed lessons like Business law and Quantitative techniques just because lecturers of these subjects left citing low pay.

There you are the administrators of SFB, please act now before the time bombs blasts.

Concerned citizen

Nyandungu, Gasabo

 

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