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The Arabic language has proved to be in high demand globally. We urge all to choose the Arabic language for job opening both in government and international bodies

interfaith dialogue a key to global peace

our world faces several challenges. One of the key to global peace is interfaith dialogue. Its upon all to study religion(s) of the other.

interfaith dialogue a key to global peace

our world faces several challenges. One of the key to global peace is interfaith dialogue. Its upon all to study religion(s) of the other.

THE CENTRALITY OF METEOROLOGY IN LIVELIHOODS, SOCIOECONOMICS, AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT – Advances in Meteorological Training and Research

Last year, in 2020, the University of Nairobi attained 50 years since becoming a national University in 1970. This ushered in the ongoing, year-long celebrations that we have branded as UoN@50. But the history of the University of Nairobi dates back to the 1950s: In 1956 the institution became the “Royal Technical College”. In 1961 the institution was placed under the University of London and renamed the “Royal College of Nairobi”. In 1964 she became a constituent college of the newly formed University of East Africa and was subsequently renamed “the University College of Nairobi”.

MEANING OF NAMES OF WORLD CITIES

DID YOU KNOW THAT:-
1. ABIDJAN (Ivory Coast) means “I have just been cutting leaves”;
2. ABU DHABI (UAE) means “Father of Gazelle”;
3. ACCRA (Ghana) means “Place of Ants”;
4. ADDIS ABABA (Ethiopia) means “New Flower”;
5. ALGIERS (Algeria) means “The Islands”;
6. AMMAN (Jordan) means “Place of Tremors” ;
7. AMSTERDAM (Netherlands) means “A Dam on the Amstel River”;
8. ANKARA (Turkey) means “Anchor”;
9. ANNAPOLIS (Maryland, US) means “City of Grace”
10. ANTANANARIVO (Madagascar) means “City of the Thousand” (guards/soldiers)
11. ASMARA (Eritrea) means “Live in Peace”;

KNOWLEDGE AND COMPETENCIES - THE PRIZE OF EDUCATION

Ralph Waldo Emerson defined knowledge as the knowing that we cannot know. What colour is the sky? We all know that, when there are no clouds, the sky has a bluish colour, which we refer to as “sky blue”. This is because it is a mixture of blue, indigo and violet colours. But did you know that the sky really has no colour? In fact, outside of the earth’s atmosphere, the sun is white and the sky is dark; it is colourless!

SCARCITY MENTALITY

Just a little bit more! This was John D. Rockefeller's response to the journalist who inquired about how much money is enough. And this unexpected view from a person that controlled much of the oil industry in the 19th and 20th Centuries reflects the core of humanity and the state of the heart of man. All that it would take to make one happy, whether the multibillionaire or the pauper, is just a little bit more.

WIDENING PERSPECTIVES

To be truly happy in the life, you must harmonize what you think now, what you say now and what you do now. WIDEN your perspective by working smart, being a man or woman of integrity, maintaining discipline, aiming for excellence, and never giving up. And it also helps a great deal to be cautiously strategic.

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FIVE P-TRAITS FOR ACADEMIC EFFICACY

To finish on time what we start we need to maintain academic efficacy: We are most successful in academics if we have a structured plan; our success depends less on other people and more on our own selves. We should play our part; our output increases when we regard ourselves as owners, rather than servants working for a benefit. We should know our position; we should consider our challenges as ladders that enhance our elevation, rather than as obstacles that prevent our motion and discourage us. We should maintain our progression; our success should be driven by our own self-drive.

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