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Rubbing shoulders: Dr Ashraf Mohammed (left) with US Assistant Secretary of State Ann Stock.

Head of CPUT’s HIV/AIDS Unit, Dr Ashraf Mohammed, is a busy man. Awarded the Humphrey Fellowship, a study sabbatical based in Rollins School of Public Health at Emory University in Atlanta, United States (US) some 6 months ago, Dr Mohammed has since been involved in several workshops, has published numerous articles and has presented over a dozen conference papers.

Tuesday, 01 February 2011

CPUT registration goes digital

One of the BTech: Quality students take part during the online registration pilot project that took place at the Bellville Campus.

CPUT has taken another significant step towards its stated mission of being at the heart of technology in Africa. For the first time in the university’s history, a highly successful pilot project for online registration has been launched. Acting Registrar Nikile Ntsababa says the whole idea behind this is to save time. On a normal day, CPUT is able to register about 1500 students - with online registration it can register at least 5000.

 “At CPUT, we are creating futures - but most importantly we want to create healthy futures.” These were the words of Dean of Student Affairs Cora Njoli-Motale, at the launch of CPUT’s Mobile Wellness Unit on the Bellville Campus on World Aids Day. The state-of-the-art vehicle is testament to the hard work and vision of CPUT’s HIV Institutional Coordinating Committee (HICC) within the HIV/AIDS Unit, and is a fitting symbol of one of the themes of this year’s World Aids Day - universal access to prevention, treatment, care and support.

Dean of Student Affairs Cora Njoli-Motale, gets a good look at CPUT’s Mobile Wellness Unit as the state-of-the-art vehicle is launched on the Bellville Campus on World Aids Day.