The history of training technicians in the Engineering and Surveying in Uganda dates back to 1922 when a pioneering group of students were admitted to Makerere Technical College. Over time the Survey technicians’ course was transferred to Nakawa Vocational College in Kampala and to Survey Training School, Entebbe in 1944.
From 1996 onwards, the government of Uganda carried out the Public Service Reform Program whose objective was to improve efficiency and effectiveness within the Public Service. One of the key components of this is the restructuring and rationalization of all government functions while taking into consideration of the existing legislation and emerging Government policy.
The main campus of the institute of Survey and Land Management (ISLM)
is located approximately 300meters off Airport road on plot 24,
Julia Ssebutinde / Former Gower’s Road
The main campus of the institute of Survey and Land Management (ISLM) is located approximately 300meters off Airport road on pot 24, Julia Ssebutinde/ Former Gower’s Road