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Sunday, August 30, 2009

DALC SCAM: TALKING ROUGH TO STUDENTS WHO QUESTION

We have highlighted the nature of DALC's scam and in detail explained how DALC prints certificates and pretends that these have been awarded by prestigious UK institutions based in CAMBRIDGE and OXFORD. Usually, these certifiactes have numerous mistakes such as:

  • Uniquely Kenyan spelling mistakes such as WANGUI instead of WAMBUI and ONDIEK instead of ONDIEKI. Only a Kenyan would make such spelling mistakes. For obvious reasons.
  • Wrong modules. The transcripts do almost always have a wrong tabulation of done modules and remaining modules.

OBORAH has been under much more scrutiny and we know of dozens of students who are trying to get their certificates and leave DALC before the house of cards collapses. Instead of perfecting his art (forgery) quietly. He has come out breathing fire in the latest notice.

I read it and marveled at the professor's foolishness. Highlighted in red are my favourite parts. I pity DALC students if the are told of for making noise about printing errors on certificates.


Title: MISTAKES ON UK DOCUMENTS

Some mistakes do occur on transcripts, certificates, IDs or Adm Letters.

These range from spelling mistakes related to names, modules etc or course/modules mismatch, etc.

There are also mistakes related to computer software while processing and moderating marks locally and international. This has resulted in alteration of marks previously received and made your transcript to change.

Software's blind programming mistakes are normal esp when we are using an online system which is re-programmed all the time for perfection.

These are normal as the UK bodies often outsource their printing and such mistakes can occur.

If such or related mistakes have occured on your UK documents, just photocopy and write at the back of the copy, the nature of the mistake and send it to your CM or directly to The Administrator at Westlands Campus for corrections to be forwarded to UK.

We will not tolerate students who talk ugly on simple matters of this nature which are mere human originated.


PROF. HUMPHREY P.O. OBORAH
HEAD OF MISSIONS, DALC EDUCATION
EAST AND CENTRAL AFRICAN REGION

3 comments:

  • The Distance Education and Training Council (DETC) does not accredit Irish International University; therefore we cannot assist you with your complaint. It’s possible that the institution is not accredited. To learn more about accreditation, diploma mills, and accreditation mills, visit the Council for Higher Education Accreditation’s website, www.chea.org.

    Regards,


    Lissette Hubbard
    Accrediting Coordinator
    Distance Education and Training Council
    1601 18th Street, NW, Suite 2
    Washington, DC 20009-2529
    202-234-5100 Ext. 105
    www.detc.org

    September 7, 2009 at 3:58 PM

  • The Irish International University, now know as Isles International University is an unaccredited university operating in the United Kingdom and the Republic of Ireland. Founded in 1996, the IIU has no campus of its own, but works with unspecified partner institutions in Ireland and abroad. When talking about the IIU to a BBC reporter, its "Honorary Chancellor", Jeff Wooller, said that: "The whole thing's dodgy."[1] According to its website the IIU is still in operation although, in response to the report shown on the BBC, it has removed some material.[2]
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