Please take note that ICT521S assignment is due before 23:55, 21 May 2022.
Below are important notes included in the two announcements that were posted, and they are also under the assignment instructions:

  • No late assignments will be accepted.
  • Excuses such as slow WIFI connection, eLearning issues, work obligation, funerals etc.. will NOT be entertained without any proof. NB: The proof should clearly indicate your elearning profile, the error message, and the date and time. All in one screenshot or video.
  • Ensure your assignment is uploaded on eLearning in the correct place/link. Your assignment must be completed on time and submitted to the correct place/link. No late or email submissions will be accepted, including incorrect links. No wrong file submissions will be corrected once the due date has passed.
  • Medical and  humanitarian  reasons  are  the  only  reasons  accepted  for  the  late  submission  of  assessments.  Late submission of assessments will only be approved till 7 days (including public holidays and weekends) after the due date of an assessment. Valid documentary proof must be attached as part of the assessment before any late submission will be considered.
  • Travelling  and  attendance  of  workshops,  job  related  activities  and  conferences  may  not  be  used  as  an  excuse  for  the  late submission of assessments.
  • Please note that a police declaration may not be used as an excuse for the late submission of assessments.
  • Death Certificates will serve as valid documentary proof in case of immediate family as per the Labour Act, i.e. “family” means a: child; spouse; parent/grandparent; brother/sister; or father/mother-in-law of the student.
  • Students have to submit  sufficient  documentary  evidence  in  addition  to  the  Death  Certificate  to  qualify  for  the  approval of late submission of assignments.

All the best.

Announcement Doc:

NUST Distance Bachelor of Sports Management Students

Please take note of the important information pertaining to your Assessments for Semester 1 of the 2022 Academic Calendar Year. Click on the document below to access the information.

Announcement Doc: File Revised Assessment Criteria_07BOSM.docx

NUST CUS411S Distance Students
 
Please take note that assignment 2 for CUS411S is due before 23:55, 12 May 2022.
Below are important notes included in the two announcements that were posted, and they are also under the assignment instructions:

  • No late assignments will be accepted.
  • Excuses such as slow WIFI connection, eLearning issues, work obligation, funerals etc.. will NOT be entertained without any proof. NB: The proof should clearly indicate your elearning profile, the error message, and the date and time. All in one screenshot or video.
  • Ensure your assignment is uploaded on eLearning in the correct place/link. Your assignment must be completed on time and submitted to the correct place/link. No late or email submissions will be accepted, including incorrect links. No wrong file submissions will be corrected once the due date has passed.
  • Medical and  humanitarian  reasons  are  the  only  reasons  accepted  for  the  late  submission  of  assessments.  Late submission of assessments will only be approved till 7 days (including public holidays and weekends) after the due date of an assessment. Valid documentary proof must be attached as part of the assessment before any late submission will be considered.
  • Travelling  and  attendance  of  workshops,  job  related  activities  and  conferences  may  not  be  used  as  an  excuse  for  the  late submission of assessments.
  • Please note that a police declaration may not be used as an excuse for the late submission of assessments.
  • Death Certificates will serve as valid documentary proof in case of immediate family as per the Labour Act, i.e. “family” means a: child; spouse; parent/grandparent; brother/sister; or father/mother-in-law of the student.
  • Students have to submit  sufficient  documentary  evidence  in  addition  to  the  Death  Certificate  to  qualify  for  the  approval of late submission of assignments.

 

Announcement Doc:
NUST DISTANCE STUDENTS

All Students writing COMPREHENSIVE TESTS are not allowed to come to the venue with bags/ wallets, cellphones or any other material which is not allowed into the venue(s). There is a locker room facility down at the entrance of the Harold Pupkewitz building across from the basement and if the situation necessitates students having items with them. All students must ensure to bring along padlocks to safeguard their belongings.
From the Examinations Department .

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Campus activities that involve physical contact, whether in a meeting, laboratory, assessment, tutorial/lecture will be held under strict COVID-19 National Health and Safety Protocols. Students not adhering to such National Regulations, i.e. wearing masks correctly to cover both the mouth and nose, social distancing of at least 1.5m, hand sanitising and refraining from campus activities when experiencing COVID-19 symptoms, will not be allowed into a venue.

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