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KNUST Opens applications For Academic Year 2020/2021.

KNUST Opens applications For Academic Year 2020/2021. Graded 14th on the continent, West Africa’s best university,KNUST, has announced opening of admissions for the academic year 2020/2021.   Read below Specifications. Admission of Candidates to Undergraduate Degree Programmes for the 2020/2021 Academic Year WASSCE/SSSCE/ADVANCED LEVEL/MATURE/ABCE/GBCE AND IB CANDIDATES For the knowledge …

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59 inmates of Nsawam prison matriculated into UCC

An initiative by the University of Cape Coast to encourage education in the country’s prisons has seen some 59 inmates benefitting. The University opened a prison campus inside the Nsawam prisons to help inmates qualified for diploma courses to also enroll and 59 of these persons have been welcomed already …

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Fire guts Islamic Girls SHS dormitory

Over 150 students have been displaced as a fire gutted a dormitory at the Islamic Girls Senior High school in the Wa Municipality. The fire broke today at midday, and no fatalities were recorded. The fire which lasted about an hour destroyed items and belongings of the students including bed, …

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2019 teacher licensure exam records almost 80% pass rate

The 2019 teacher licensure exam recorded a 78.2 percent pass rate representing 27,171 out of 34,724 teachers who sat for the examination. This means 21.8 percent of the teachers, representing 7,553 teachers failed the exam, according to the National Teaching Council (NTC). The licensure exam is a prerequisite for all …

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TUTAG calls off nationwide strike

The Technical University Teachers Association of Ghana (TUTAG) has called off its nationwide strike after the National Labour Commission (NLC) secured an interim injunction on the industrial action. The association in a statement said its decision to call off the strike was a “demonstration of good faith which must be reciprocated by …

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GES Apologises For Treating SHS Teachers Poorly

The Ghana Education Service (GES) has apologised to senior high school teachers for treating them poorly on Monday at the start of a four-day training programme. More than 200 teachers from the Greater Accra, Oti and Volta Regions who were invited on short notice to attend the training were left …

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