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  • Musasia, Amadalo Maurice; Ocholla, Alphayo Abacha; Sakwa, Thomas Welikhe (Journal of Education and Practice, 2016)
    In Kenyan secondary schools, form two is an important class for all students. The students choose relevant subjects to study in form three and four. Physics is compulsory at form one and two but optional thereafter. ...
  • Shavisa, Tom; Ndiku, Judah Mualuko; Musasia, Amadalo Maurice (Journal of Educational Policy and Entrepreneurial Research, 2016)
    In this study five constructs with potentially high toll on students’ dropout were examined. They consist of school examination policy, school discipline, staff attitude, school fees policy and staff gender policy. The ...
  • Kiprono, Benjamin (Academic Insights, 2017-06-01)
    The capability enterprise to transform their businesses quickly in an ever changing age of disruption is critical for their survival in today’s ever dynamic market. Information Communication Technology (ICT) plays a ...
  • Njeru, Kevin Mwiti; Kiarie, Wanjiru Catherine; Kibaara, David; Mwaniki, Elizabeth; Kiprono, Benjamin (Academic Insights, 2017-09-01)
    In today’s dynamic business environment, no organization can exist without analyzing its market environment, customers and competitors and taking appropriate business actions before their competitors. The ability to be ...
  • Kiprono, Benjamin (Academic Insights, 2017-09-01)
    The demand for data driven decision making has consistently grown over the last couple of years. Driven by the desire to compete effectively in a business environment that is ever dynamic; where predicting the behavior ...
  • Mbonyiryivuze, L. L; Yadav; Amadalo, M. M. (African Centre of Excellence for Innovative Teaching and Learning Mathematics and Science (ACEITLMS, 2019)
    Physics subject continues to be considered as difficult and unattractive by students. This leads to the development of negative attitudes towards the subject. Electricity and magnetism as one of the most important areas ...
  • Mbugua, Samuel; Chitechi, Kadima Victor; Omieno, Kelvin K (International Journal of Science and Research, 2021-07)
    Computerization of county government daily activities enables faster and better services to their clients. The integration of Information and Communications Technology by the CG into their systems has led to new advancements ...
  • Shirandula, Ayub H; . Omieno, Kelvin K; Ondulo, Jasper (International Journal of Scientific Research in Computer Science, Engineering and Information Technology, 2022-07-05)
    Health care systems face many challenges both in developed and developing countries like Kenya. EHealth, which is the application of ICT, has turned out to be a remedy for most of these problems. In this paper, the researcher ...
  • Ndirangu, Harriet Wangui; Omieno, Kelvin; Angulu, Raphael (International Journal of Scientific Research in Computer Science, Engineering and Information Technology, 2022-09)
    In Kenya, Universities are increasingly using e-learning systems to enhance content delivery and user interaction in a cost-effective manner. Against the backdrop of increasing acceptance of the systems in the universities, ...
  • Samuel, W Lusweti; Kelvin, K Omieno (Buana Information Technology and Computer Sciences, 2023-07)
    The world is moving towards digital economy where almost everything being done today is digitally controlled because necessity is the mother of innovation. Everybody is striving to attain digital stability as a lot of ...

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