Category: Education

Bolga Poly Suspends SRC Accounts Over ‘Questionable’ Cost Of Vehicle

The management of Bolgatanga Polytechnic has temporarily suspended disbursement of funds from the accounts of the Students Representative Council (SRC) for any activity, pending a final resolution of the confusion over the purchase of what has been described as a questionable  Toyota Hiace van by the SRC President, Francis Bugase. Students of the Bolgatanga Polytechnic had set 24th of April to demonstrate over the cost of the vehicle. The SRC leadership claim the vehicle, which has been described as rickety, a 2004 model, cost GHC66,000.00, and they  also paid GHC4,000.00 to transport it to the school. The angry students are...

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UG SRC Presidential Election Heads Into A Runoff

Daniel Otting Awuah and his vice presidential candidate, Moses Acheampong won the most votes to come first in the University of Ghana (UG) Students’ Representative Council (SRC) presidential elections on Thursday, 20th April, 2017, but failed to clear the 50 percent + one vote they needed to win the position outright. As a result, Daniel Otting and Moses Acheampong will face second-place finishers, Sylvester Amoako and his vice presidential candidate, Kezia Deguenon in a runoff election which will decide who succeeds Esinam Afi Seade, the current SRC president. Daniel Otting Awuah and Moses Acheampong won the race with a...

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Scholarship For Ghanaian Students To Study In Russia

The government of the Russian Federation, through the State Atomic Energy Corporation (ROSATOM), is offering 10 Scholarship positions in Nuclear Science Programmes to Ghanaian students. Eight (8) positions are in Bachelor Degrees and two (2) in Masters. The scholarship covers tuition fees ($ 3500-$ 6000 per year). There is also a discount on transportation within Russia, food and dormitory. Candidates/Students will, however, be required to take care of living expenses ($200-$400 per month) and Medical Insurance ($ 100 – $ 150). Ghanaian students who have WASSCE (General Science) or Bachelor Degrees (Physical Sciences and Engineering) can come to the...

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Over 800 GES Staff Want Their Dates Of Birth Changed

The Ghana Education Service (GES) has been burdened with requests by some teachers, asking for changes in their dates of birth. More than 800 staff has so far applied to the GES management to have their dates changed, since 2016. While some wanted their dates adjusted upward, others have petitioned the GES to reduce theirs for reasons yet to be known by the service. In an interview with the Ghanaian Times, on Monday, the Director General of GES, Jacob A. M. Kor, said his outfit was investigating various requests submitted to management before it took concrete decisions on them....

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UPSA To Offer Free Tuition For Professional Programmes

Students at the University of Professional Studies, Accra (UPSA) will from next academic year be offered free tuition to pursue any professional programme of their choice. Dr. Raymond Dziwornu, Dean of the Faculty Finance and Banking at UPSA stated in his opening remarks at a Business Summit on the second day of the Professional Week celebrations of the Faculty. He said, “this would make UPSA graduates have an edge on the job market over their colleagues from other universities. He therefore made a call to the professional bodies present at the Summit to be prepared to draft the curricula...

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