ISK facilitated a Student Career Talk at Technology House, Jomo Kenyatta University of Science and Technology on Tuesday, February 25th, 2020. On his opening remarks, Prof. David Mburu, Principal College of Agriculture and Natural Resources commended the move by ISK to bridge the existing gap between campus training and industrial expectations.
ISK President challenged the faculty to come up with more robust ways of dealing with the existing gaps between course content and the industrial requirements. This will help to reduce training cost for the graduates to adapt to the market requirements once they step into the job market.
Just before the beginning of the session, ISK President, CEO and Prof. David Mburu led the team on a tree planting exercise at the university grounds.