On a sunny Wednesday afternoon, the top leadership of the renowned Kabarak University held a meeting in the Vice-Chancellor boardroom to sign the 2023 performance contract. The meeting was attended by the university's top management, including the Vice-Chancellor Prof. Henry Kiplangat, the Deputy Vice-Chancellor of Administration and Finance Prof. Ronald Chepkilot, the Deputy Vice-Chancellor Academics and Research Prof. John Ochola, and the University Provost Rev. Prof. Jacob Kibor.
The performance contract is a commitment by the university's top management to ensure that the university meets its targets and objectives for the year. The contract outlines specific goals and targets for the university, which are aligned with the university's strategic plan.
In recent years, the Vice-Chancellor has been so particular about performance contracts and has emphasized the importance of the performance contract and its role in driving the university toward excellence. He noted that the contract is not just a document but a commitment to excellence and quality in all aspects of the university's operations.
The signing of the performance contract marks the beginning of a new phase for the university, as it seeks to consolidate its position as a leading institution of higher learning in Kenya and the wider East African region. The contract outlines the university's commitment to excellence in teaching, research, and community engagement, and sets out a clear roadmap for achieving these objectives.
The university's leadership also noted that the performance contract is not just a document for internal use but will also be shared with stakeholders, including students, staff, and the wider community. This is to ensure transparency and accountability in the university's operations and to demonstrate its commitment to excellence.
The signing of the 2023 performance contract at Kabarak University is a significant milestone in the institution's journey toward excellence. The commitment of the university's top management to achieve specific targets and goals will undoubtedly drive the university towards greater heights and cement its position as a leading institution of higher learning in the region.