Administration

Mr. Sammy Waititu
Principal

I feel most honoured to introduce you to the Paramount Chief Kinyanjui Technical Training Institute (PCKTTI) a public institution of higher learning under the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology.PCKTTI is situated in a serene environment conducive for learning and teaching. Our vision is "to be the centre of excellence in Technical Industrial, Vocational and Entrepreneurship Training", we believe that school leavers who do not get the opportunity to join universities deserve a chance to pursue their goals in life. This is possible by enrolling in one of the technical courses offered in P C Kinyanjui Technical Training Institute.

The institute believes in team work, professionalism and integrity. Our staffs are highly qualified and are offered an opportunity to advance their skills in order to keep abreast with the changing technology. In order to compete favorably with other training institutions, PCKTTI embraced Performance Contracting and the ISO 9001:2008 Quality Management System PCKTTI acquired ISO 9001:2008 certification by the Kenya Bureau of Standards in May 2011.

Training being our foremost business, we offer a wide range of courses. Currently there are eight academic departments namely:

  • Computer Studies
  • Business Studies
  • Applied Sciences and Mathematics
  • Electrical and Electronics Engineering
  • Mechanical and Automotive Engineering
  • Building and Construction and Civil Engineering
  • Hospitality
  • Entrepreneurship

We pride ourselves in improving ladies enrolment in Science, Engineering and Technology courses and we are now at 10%. In order to provide quality training, PCKTTI is upgrading its infrastructure.

Construction of laboratories, hostels, workshops, halls, classes and staffrooms has been undertaken and the process of equipping the workshops and laboratories with modern machines is underway. We sincerely thank our partners and especially the Government of Kenya through the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology for their steadfast support in all our endeavors.

Finally, I invite you to communicate and share your ideas and experience with us through our e-mail address: kinyanjuitechnical2008@gmail.com/ info@kinyanjuitechnical.ac.ke and we will honour you by offering timely information. We would love if you take the opportunity to join us.


Mr. Ken Njoroge
Deputy Principal

The Deputy Principals office is charged with both academic and operational activities of the institute. PC KTTI is currently ISO 9001: 2008 certified and therefore her operations in the major areas compare very closely with others both locally and internationally.

In the last four years, the institute has re-invented herself in all spheres of its mandate. Tangible growth has been realized in infrastructure, examination results and consequently the rise in students population. The examinations results currently stand at a pass rate of 75%.

This has been possible due to the hard work of the teaching staff, hardworking and disciplined students, conducive working environment, laboratories and a library. It is expected that this performance will continue to improve.

The institute infrastructure consists of spacious, clean and well lit classrooms, well furnished staffrooms and equipped laboratories, library and workshops. The institute has just completed constructing a very modern building which will house an incubator for the graduates before they are transmitted to the outside world of work. Currently, a new electrical and electronics laboratory is being constructed under the Economic Stimulus Programme.

P.C. Kinyanjui T.T.I. will continue to shine among other similar institutions in accordance with its vision and motto:


James .O. Mwambi
Registrar

The Registrar's office is tasked with the responsibility of overseeing:

  • Admisions,
  • Examinations,
  • Marketing,
  • Housing, and
  • Maintaining all academic records pertaining to our students and alumni.

Admissions

The available options to prospective students are as follows;
Diploma - Applicants should have a minimum of C- (Minus)
Craft - Applicants should have a mean grade of D Plain in KCSE. Engineering courses require D+ in Mathematics and Physics.
Artisan & Short Courses - Applicants should have a minimum qualification of KCPE to qualify for admission.

Diploma in Medical Laboratory C Plain with C in Maths, Biology & Chemistry.
Certificate in Medical Laboratory C- (Minus) with C- in Maths, Biology & Chemistry.

Examinations

Our courses are examined by:
KNEC - Kenya National Examination Council
KASNEB - Kenya Accountants and Secretaries National Examination Board
ICDL - International Computer Driving License
NITA - National Industrial Training Authority

The institute has embraced the TVET programmes among other programmes, which give flexibility to all levels of studies.
Our commitment to provision of quality service to our stakeholders is continous and in line with our mission of being a "Market Leader in Technical and Entreprenuership Training".
The Registrar's office is commited to be a model department in TVEt at PC Kinyanjui by serving stakeholders within the shortest time possible and to their satisfaction.


Mr. Samuel Kiuna
Dean of Students

The dean of students is the liaison officer (link) between the students and the administration. The office of the dean is concerned with the students welfare. Admission to PC Kinyanjui marks the beginning of ones career as a student and it therefore requires one (student) to adjust mentally, physically and emotionally.

The following services are offered by the office of the dean:

  • Advisory and liaison
  • Students entertainment
  • Facilitation of games and sports
  • Facilitation of the registration of clubs and societies
  • Facilitation of the clubs and societies trips
  • Admission of the ladies to the hostel

Clubs and Societies The office advises on the modalities of the formation of clubs and societies. It also registers clubs and societies to allow them function within the institute. Students are encouraged to join various clubs or to form new ones. The students interested in forming a club hold meetings, draft a constitution in consultation with the patron and the office of the Dean. They interview and appoint officials. With the approval of the principal, the club is registered. Clubs also provide a schedule of activities each term and seek approval to conduct these activities.Currently there are nine registered clubs and societies namely:

  • Red Cross
  • Scouts
  • Environmental
  • Tae kwondo
  • Journalism
  • Peer Counseling
  • Drama
  • Young Christian Society(YCS)
  • Seventh Day Adventist(SDA)

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