Non- Academic

Non- Academic (4)

Thursday, 10 June 2021 07:18


Miss Irene Chemase

Welcome to Coast Institute of Technology Library.

The library vision is to become a Centre of excellence in terms of provision and dissemination of information to its users

To enable and enrich the teaching, leaning and research endeavors of the institute by providing relevant information services and quality resources


  1. To acquire and maintain information resources needed for teaching, learning and research
  2. To ensure availability of excellent library environment for study, research and intellectual community
  3. To expand capacity to facilitate the institute core business of teaching, leaning and research
  4. Develop information service in line with client expectation and requirements

Services offered in the library

  • Current awareness service
  • Reference service
  • Circulation service
  • Book renewal
  • Book reservation
  • Book lending
  • E-resources service

Opening hours

Monday –Friday 8.00 am-5.00pm

Saturday -9.00am-12.00pm

Public holiday –closed.


The library is open to both registered students and staff of the college; external users are allowed to access the library upon payment of a stipulated fee.

NB/ external users are not allowed to borrow books for use outside the library premises.

There are three categories of books i.e

  1. Reference books
  2. Short loan books
  3. Normal loan books

Reference book

These are books which are only used in the library

Short loan books

These are books which are loaned for a period of three days

Normal loan

These are books which are loaned for a period of two weeks for trainers and three weeks for trainees.

Loan defaulters

Overdue material will attract a fine of 10/= per day per book

Loan renewals

Loan materials may be renewed for a further period provided it has not been requested or loaned out to another user.

Reserved material

These materials are only used within the library.

Thursday, 10 June 2021 06:09

Finance officer

Mr. Nashon Luge


Finance officer oversees the day-to-day financial management activities of the funds, ensuring the accuracy of the accounting records, internal controls are in place and adhered to, financial reports are prepared and communicated to the Accounting officer (Principal) timely. The Finance officer, is responsible for the preparation and maintenance of the accounting software chart of accounts, maintenance of the general ledger, reconciliation of subsidiary system accounts such as cash management, accounts payable, accounts receivable, payroll, journal entries, and responsibility of preparing required financial reports in compliance with the Public finance and management Act,2012.

Accounting methods employed by the Coast Institute of Technology is accrual accounting basis as per the Government requirement. Additional accounting methods shall be employed to satisfy applicable General accepted accounting principle promulgated by such competent authoritative Sources as the General Accepted Accounting Principle (GAAP), International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) and Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB), where applicable.

Revenue shall be recognized in the accounting period in which they are earned and measurable but not received.
The major revenue categories are:

• Governmental Grants/Capitation: These Grants revenue are recognized when received. Capitation Grant revenues are recognized based on the total number of students placed by KUCCPS.
• Student’s fees: This revenue are recognise for the accounting period earned but not received.
• Donations and Contributions: Revenues are recognized when received.
• Other Income: These are Revenues generated from hire of facilities i.e. venue. It is recognized as earned.
• Gain/Loss on sale of assets: A gain or loss is recognized when an asset is sold or disposed of.


Thursday, 10 June 2021 05:57

Procurement officer

Asaneth Bwana


The Institution recognizes the overall purpose of sound procurement procedures that will ensure that Coast Institute of Technology (C.I.T) gets the highest quality of desired goods and services at the best prices possible.

These procurement procedures apply to all staff involved in the procurement process and to all types of procurement. The institution will implement them to ensure that all the relevant Procurement Rules, Public Procurement and Disposal Act 2015 and Regulations 2006 and its amendments of 2013 are adhered to.

We will,
i. Ensure that procurements of goods, works and services of the public entity are within approved budget of that entity;
ii. Constitute all procurement and asset disposal committees within a procuring entity in accordance with the Act;
iii. Ensure procurement plans are prepared in conformity with the medium term fiscal framework and fiscal policy objectives and, subject to subsection (3), submit them to the National Treasury;
iv. Ensure proper documentation of procurement proceedings and safe custody of all procurement records in accordance with the Act;
v. Ensure compliance with sections 68, 147, 148 and 149 of the Public Finance Management Act, No. 18 of 2012.
vi. Approve and sign all contracts of the procuring entity;
vii. Ensure the procurement and asset disposal process of the public entity shall comply with this Act;
viii. Ensure that the procurement processes are handled by different professional offices in respect of procurements, initiation, processing and receipt of goods, works and services;
ix. Submit to the Authority the part in its procurement plan demonstrating application of preference and reservations schemes in relation to the procurement budget within sixty days after commencement of the financial year.
x.Ensure compliance with any other responsibilities assigned by this Act or any other Act ofParliament or as may be prescribed in Regulations and Circulars.

Tuesday, 08 June 2021 09:29




Welcome to Coast Institute of Technology Internal Audit Department. The department was established in 2019.The Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA)’s Board of Directors approved a new definition of Auditing as “An independent objective assurance and consulting activity designed to add value and improve an organization’s operations. It helps an organization accomplish its objectives by bringing a systematic, disciplined approach to evaluate and improve the effectiveness of risk management, control and governance processes.

The principal function of theCIT Internal Audit Department (IAD) is to provide an agreed level of assurance to the Board of Governors and management that key processes for mitigating the high risks identified by the institution are adequately designed and operating effectively towards achievement of the institution’s vision, mission, objectives, and goals. IAD also provides advisory services to CIT to help strengthen their governance and control processes. The IAD is charged with the following key duties and responsibilities:


  • To plan, develop and monitor the implementation of Internal Audit strategies and annual audit plans for the institution.
  • Perform duties in planning, managing and conducting operational and compliance audits.
  • Develop comprehensive report of findings and recommendations.
  • Provide professional recommendations in formulating policies and procedures to ensure sound systems of internal controls and compliance.
  • Develop and implement risk management policies and guidelines and fraud detection, prevention and elimination policies and strategies.
  • Ensuring completeness and accuracy of records and reports.


To provide independent, objective assurance and consulting services designed to add value and improve the institution’s system of operations, control and governance processes to assist management in ethically, effectively and efficiently fulfilling its responsibilities.


Core Values

  1. Professionalism
  2. Integrity
  3. Independence
  4. Accountability