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University students congratulate ‘competent’ Nana Addo

The University Students’ Association of Ghana (USAG) has issued a statement to congratulate Ghana’s President-elect Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo on his “hard-earned victory”. Signed by its president, Henry Boakye, the statement also congratulated the “honoured men and women who have been elected as Members of Parliament”. It congratulated its members “for vehemently voting a competent leader to steer the affairs ...

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GIMPA graduates urged to impact knowledge

Professor Stephen Adams, Acting Rector of Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA), has admonished graduates of Public Sector Management Training Programme (PSMTP) to impact the knowledge gained to improve administration in the public sector. He urged them to harness and integrate their skills to be change ambassadors as far as reforms in the public sector was concerned. Prof ...

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Data Link Institute signs agreement with Chinese university

Data Link Institute (DLI) has signed a deal with Jiangsu University of Science and Technology (JUST) in China to run Bachelor and Master of Science Computer Science programmes relevant to industry. The agreement formed part of the Institute’s commitment to deliver quality tertiary education in the country and contribute to building strong human resource faculty of the nation for accelerated ...

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Stakeholders of KOSS to meet over student riots

Stakeholders of Konongo Odumase Senior High School are to meet on Saturday to determine the fate of students whose demonstration against the school’s authorities led to its closure. The meeting, according to the chairman of Board of Governors of the school, Dr Yaw Amakye, would discuss among other things, the next line of action following threats by the students to ...

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Webster University holds lecture in Ghana

The Ghana Campus of the Webster University has held a public lecture in Accra in relation to the role of the media in Africa. The lecture which was on the theme “Africa in the Eyes of the World and the Role of the Media” was aimed at recognizing the emergence of the new Africa. It also explored the huge opportunity ...

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Critical thinking must be taught at JHS – Edward Mahama

Students at the Junior High Schools will begin studying critical thinking as a subject under a People’s National Convention (PNC) government led by its presidential candidate, Edward Mahama. Dr. Mahama who is seeking to be president on December 7 said this at the GBC/NCCE Presidential debates held in Accra today, Wednesday. Touching on what his government would do to improve ...

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Schools not fully churning out what industries need – Mahama admits

President John Mahama has reiterated the need for tertiary institutions to double up their efforts to produce marketable people that meet the needs of industries. He observed that in tertiary institutions, especially at the universities, people are “concentrated on saturated courses” like the humanities, with less interest in technical courses. President Mahama was sharing his thought at a presidential debate ...

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Over 8,000 teachers graduate from UEW

A total number of 8, 578 students have graduated from the University of Education in Winneba(UEW). There were 927 postgraduate students, 4,789 Bachelor of Education students; 2,779 and 83 Diploma and certificate awards, respectively. Addressing the 21st congregation of the University of Education over the weekend, the Vice-Chancellor Professor Mawutor Avoke revealed the University of Education Winneba intends to introduce ...

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GTUC graduates 1,300 students

The Ghana Technology University College (GTUC) has graduated a total of 1,300 students at its 15th Congregation held over the weekend. The number comprised of 138 postgraduate students and 1,162 undergraduates. President of GTUC, Dr Osei K. Darkwa speaking at the ceremony advised the graduates to put to good use the knowledge they acquired at the university. “We believe your ...

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Lancaster University develops model of eco-innovation

Lancaster University has developed an award-winning model of eco-innovation, where academics and research students work with businesses to develop innovative products, toolkits and services with a positive environmental benefit. The eco-innovation in Africa will offer new business opportunities and sustainable, equitable growth, more efficient or responsible use of natural resources, a low carbon economy in all sectors and reduce impacts ...

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