Ntabaazi Geofrey Nsumba

Position: Lecturer

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Time Period Institution/School Award/Qualification

2008 – 2011:                  Nkumba University, Entebbe – Uganda      Master of Public Administration and Management

2000 – 2004:        Makerere University, Kampala-Uganda      Bachelors’ Degree of Mass Communication Majoring in Public Relations (Second Class Honors’ Lower Division)

1998 – 1999:        Makerere College School, Kampala- Uganda        Uganda Advanced Certificate of Education (UACE)

1993 – 1997:        Ndejje Senior Secondary School, Luwero- Uganda         Uganda Certificate of Education (UCE)

  1. Development Communication (behavioral change communication )
  2. Decentralization and public service delivery
  3. Media and politics
  4. Issues in Human Resource Management and organizational performance

Staff Publications not Added Yet

  1. Role Of Government Radio in Promotion of local Music. (Ntabaazi July 2003),
  2. The role of meetings in influencing organizational performance a case of Nkumba University ( Ntabaazi October 2011)

NO     NAME OF STUDENT      TOPIC

1        Bwongyerwa .B. Timothy         The expansion of Vision Group through time and its performance from 2000- 2019 a case study of Vision Group Uganda.

2        Nabakooza Shamim

Examining the influence of television on promotion of commercial farming in Katabi town council from 2015 to 2018.

A case of national television (NTV)

3        Osijali Musa

Examining the influence of Pass PLE pullouts (Vision Group- Bukkede) on performance of pupils in UPE schools in Nansana Town Council during 2010-2019.

Staff Presentation info not Added Yet

TEACHING INTERESTS

  1. All media related subjects especially Development Communication and Introduction to Journalism and Mass Communication
  2. Public Relation, Public Affairs Reporting and Advertisement
  3. All Politics and Political Science related subjects
  4. All Management Courses like Human Resource, NGOs, Organization Theories and Behavior
  5. Decentralization and Local Government Administration
  6. Gender and Environment