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Fisheries Students Association of Makerere University (FISAMU).

Mon, 08/11/2014 - 10:51

This association was founded in 2004 by the then president, Mr. Muwonge Gilbert Bengo. It is a registered association with the students Guild and the registration was confirmed on 29th.oct.2008. It belongs to the college of natural sciences (CONAS).The aim of this students association is to bring together all the fisheries students of this great institution on board, both the alumni and the present students. We have a patron, Dr. Gladys Bwanika who is also one of our dearest lecturers at zoology.

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Makerere University Biochemistry Society (MUBcS)

Mon, 08/11/2014 - 10:04

About MUBcS

The Makerere University Biochemistry Society (MUBcS) is a students' body comprising of all students doing Biochemistry in the Faculty of Science at Makerere University.

The Association is managed by a 12 member executive comprising of the President, Vice President, Speaker, Deputy Speaker, General Secretary, Publicity Secretary, Treasurer, Project Coordinator, 3 year representatives (from each year) and a Patron.

Aims and Objectives of MUBcS;

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Muslim Students Association (CoNAS-MSA)

Tue, 12/17/2013 - 03:52

College of Natural Sciences Muslim Students Association (CNSMSA) is an organization under Makerere University Muslim Student Association (MUMSA) devoted to strengthening the Muslim community through service and activism, educating both Muslims and people of other faiths about the religion of Islam, and facilitating a better environment for students on the college. The college connects students at the college to MUMSA through the Chairman who gives necessary informations like the activities to take place.

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Makerere University Chemical Society (MUCS)

Tue, 12/17/2013 - 03:38

WORD FROM THE CHIEF EDITOR

“Man cannot discover new oceans unless he has got courage to lose sight of the shore.”  A certain writer says. The shore, being a piece of land near an ocean, there are greater chances of survival than on the ocean itself. This is due to the presence of fresh water, and some food on the shore. Unless one is willing to get out of that comfortable zone, they will never discover anything new.

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