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The University of Nairobi has received over 500 TurnItIn licences which are valid for one year. The Turnitin Software is anti-plagiarism software that detects any similarity in a given paper from other sources. The paper is checked against over millions of other student papers and any similarity is detected by the software.

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The University of Nairobi has acquired anti-plagiarism software –turnItIn. This is one if not the best anti plagiarism software that is used by many institutions of higher learning across the globe.

The software is able to detect and highlight any similarity in the paper.  The similarity rate shows the percentage of matching text, as well as sources for the text that was used in the student's paper.

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The College of Humanities and Social Sciences (CHSS) earlier on launched Huduma Centre which is located at the Education Building

This is one of the largest colleges with a large student body and so the launch of one stop shop will go a long way in service delivery and customer satisfaction. The Centre will aide in bringing services closer to the customers and also aide in faster delivery as all services will be accessed under one roof.

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The website team has hit the ground running this New Year. The team is already putting more effort to ensure the university of Nairobi continue to be ranked and recognized as an academic giant not just in Africa but the world over.

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