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CONTENTS Page Statutory Instrument No. 62 of 2007
Schedule 3, Part I on guidelines for equating of certificates
The National Council For Higher Education—Notice 363
published in Statutory Instrument No.62 of 2007, regulation
The Companies Act—Notices ... ... ... 363-364 2(a) should be "at least 5 passes" NOT 5 credits obtained at
The Mining Act—Notice ... ... ... 364 the same sitting.
The Trademarks Act—Registration of Applications 364-372
The NCHE regrets any inconveniences caused by Statutory
Advertisements ... ... ... ... 372-377
Instruments Nos. 62 and 63.
„ SUPPLEMENTS
Bill Dated at Kampala this 15th day of August 2008.
No. 20—The Appropriation Bill, 2008.
Acts PROF. MICHEL LEJEUNE
Deputy Executive Director,
No. 13—The Education (Pre-Primary, Primary and Post­
National Council For Higher Education.
Primary) Act, 2008.

No. 14—The Law Revision (Fines and other Financial
Amounts in Criminal Matters) Act, 2008. General Notice No. 469 of 2008.
THE COMPANIES ACT, CAP. 110
General Notice No. 468 of 2008. SPECIAL RESOLUTION
CORRIGENDA TO SI Nos. 62 AND 63, 2007 OF
The National Council for Higher Education (NCHE) is MESSRS FINANCIAL NEWS (U) LIMITED
mandated by the Universities and Other Tertiary Institutions Passed the First day of July in the Year of Our Lord Two
Act, 2001 to set entry requirements for admission to Thousand and Eight.
universities and other tertiary institutions and to equate
qualifications from these institutions. AT THE MEETING of the Board duly convened and
constituted held the 1st day of July, 2008, at Kampala, the
In exercise of its powers, the NCHE issued Statutory following resolutions were proposed and duly passed.
Instruments Nos. 62 and 63 of 2007, published in the
Uganda Gazette, No. 72, Vol. C dated 28th December 2007. RESOLUTIONS
The NCHE noted two omissions of the entry requirements 1. RESOLVED that the amendments here below be and are
to a bachelor's degree and hereby rectifies the same. The hereby authorized to be effected to the Memorandum
correct version therefore is:- and Articles of Association of the Company as follows:
Schedule, Part I, SI. No. 63 (a) The name FINANCIAL NEWS (U) LTD be
(a) Direct entry from schools — Uganda Certificate of substituted for the name ORINAWE EASTERN
Education (UCE) with at least 5 passes and at least AFRICA LIMITED.
two principal passes at Uganda Advanced Certificate (b) Also the Company reserves the Trading Name
of Education (UACE) or its equivalent; ORINAWE UGANDA.
(b) Mature age — aged 25 years and above and has 2. RESOLVED that the Company hereof be and is hereby
passed the mature age entry examinations with at authorized to open and operate accounts with MESSRS
least a 50% mark. The mature age entry STANDARD CHARTERED BANK LIMITED, AND
examinations must have been accredited by the MESSRS DFCU BANK LIMITED and that MR.
National Council;
EDMOND KIZITO and MR. FRED ABITEGYEKA are
(c) Diploma — obtained at credit/distinction level in the hereby appointed/nominated/constituted/and/or anointed
relevant field from a recognized institution; or signatories to the Accounts and that any promissory
notes or other negotiable instruments in respect thereof
(d) Bridging course for students who have done their
be executed by them jointly at all times.
secondary education outside Uganda. The
bridging/access/remedial courses must have been 3. THAT these resolutions be registered with the Registrar
accredited by the National Council. of Companies.
Part III DATED at Kampala this 8th day of August, 2008.
Minimum entry requirement for an ordinary certificate
programme should be a Uganda Certificate of Education
(UCE) with “at least 3 passes” NOT 3 credits obtained at the
same sitting. Director Secretary