Egerton University’s radio station (Egerton Radio) can now be heard anywhere in the world…anytime! This is after it started streaming its broadcast live on the University website as well as on the Zeno Radio App. On the website, the radio which broadcasts on 101.7 FM, is available on https://www.egerton.ac.ke/radio.
The Chancellor of Egerton University, Dr Narendra Rameshchandra Raval, EBS will be visiting the Nakuru Town Campus College on Friday 3rd September, 2021.
The Chancellor of Egerton University, Dr Narendra Raval, made his first visitation to Nakuru Town Campus College on Friday 3 September 2021.
A section of the Nakuru County Security team visited Egerton University’s Nakuru Town Campus College (NTCC) on Tuesday 5th October, for a courtesy call.
Led by the Nakuru County Police Commander Beatrice Kiraguri, the team held talks with a team from NTCC on different ways of collaborating to ensure safety for all the staff and students at the campus.
Egerton Radio will host 15 journalism interns who have been selected and placed at the station under the Media Council of Kenya (MCK) paid-up internship programme.
The programme that will see the MCK pay the interns Ksh. 15, 000 per month to meet their expenses, was launched in November, last year. Apart from training, the programme is aimed at strengthening relations between the MCK and the media industry.
Egerton University Law students will sensitize Nakuru residents on legal issues through Egerton Radio (101.7 FM).
Egerton University has a long history of offering extension services to the communities. The university uses many avenues to reach the community, one of them being the Egerton Radio hosted at 101.7 FM or online streaming https://www.egerton.ac.ke/radio. “Kilimo Bora”, a Swahili word translated to ‘Good Agriculture’, is an agricultural show hosted on Egerton Radio.
Egerton University agriculture students on Monday 18th July held a farmers training session in neighboring Njokerio village. The training that focused on horticulture was conducted by Concillia Orwa and Emily Jerop currently undertaking degrees in agricultural education and extension, and agribusiness management, respectively.