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Full List of 2016 Ghana Tertiary Awards’ Nominees

GTA

GHANA TERTIARY AWARDS 2016 NOMINEES GHANA TERTIARY AWARDS STUDENT OF YEAR 2016 A1 ENOCH WORLANYO WALLAS GHANA                                                                         INSTITUTE OF JOURNALISM A2 OFFEI NYARKO AUCC A3 REGINA VAN HELVERT-ANNE DEI GTUC A4 JACINTA OCANSEY PENTECOAST UNIVERSITY COLLEGE A5 JASON EL-AGHA UNIVERSITY OF GHANA A6 AARON LESLIE ADATSI NAFTI A7 FELLA MAKAFUI PRECIOUS UNIVERSITY OF GHANA A8 WHYTE ERSKIN AMO UNIVERSITY OF ... Read More »

Two Ghanaian Researchers want National Accreditation Board Dissolved over Fake Honors

GHANAIAN RESEARCHERS

Two Ghanaian researchers have called for the immediate dissolution of the National Accreditation Board. According to them, the Board has failed woefully in its duties in terms of monitoring and supervising institutions awarding degrees and other certificates in Ghana. This follows a research they conducted which revealed that a number of high profile Ghanaians including politicians, university lecturers, traditional rulers ... Read More »

CETAG to meet FWSC, Finance Ministry over Intended Strike Action

ABLAKWA

The Deputy Minister In Charge of Tertiary Education, Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa, says a meeting has been scheduled for Monday (August, 22) between the leadership of Colleges of Education Teachers Association of Ghana, CETAG, Fair Wages and Salaries Commission (FWSC) and the Ministry of Finance to address the grievances of CETAG members. He said a lot of progress has been made ... Read More »

Free SHS for Boarders was Budgeted for – Education Ministry

SHS Students registering to vote

The Ministry of Education has said that the necessary funds have been made available ahead of the implementation of the free Senior High School (SHS) education for some boarding students. According to the Ministry, they expect a successful implementation as provisions for the new programme had been made in the budget for 2016. “Government and for that matter the Ministry ... Read More »

MMDAs Asked to Sponsor Youth for Skills Training

TAILOR

Metropolitan, Municipal and District Assemblies (MMDAs) have been asked to sponsor the youth in their jurisdictions for skills training. It should also be part of their human development effort and in keeping with the government’s agenda of improving the lives of all. Mr Ziblim Shaibu, Northern Regional Director of the National Youth Authority (NYA), who made this appeal at a ... Read More »

Education Minister gets UN appointment

Education Minister New

The Minister of Education, Prof. Jane Naana Opoku-Agyemang has been appointed to the United Nations High Level Commission on Health, Employment and Economic Growth (ComHEE). The commission is jointly chaired by the Presidents of France and South Africa, Messrs Francois Hollande and Jacob Zumah. It has Dr Margaret Chan, Director-General of the World Health Organization (WHO); Mr Angel Gurria, Secretary-General ... Read More »

Graphic reporter offered Doctorate degree for $ 4000

PHD CROWN

Two Ghanaian professors from the Valdosta State University in USA recently undertook investigations into how some prominent Ghanaians earn Honorary Doctorate degrees and concluded that many of the private universities dishing out the degrees were unaccredited. The report, initially published by Pulse.com.gh drew conclusions on extensive investigations and gave an alarming list of tertiary institutions and names of prominent Ghanaians ... Read More »

Ghanaian Students to benefit from a 1,000 Slot Annual Scholarship from Chinese Universities

scholarship

Eight top Chinese universities led by the Wenzhou University have agreed to collaborate with the Ghana Embassy in Beijing and Study in China Admission systems (SICAS) to offer 1,000 slots for Ghanaian students annually. They have also agreed to offer 200 out of the 1,000 Ghanaian students with full scholarships to undertake various undergraduate and post graduate programmes. This is ... Read More »

Over 5000 teachers to receive Salary Arrears in August

NAIJA TEACHER

The Ministry of Education says  over five thousand teachers whose salaries have been in arrears in excess of three months have been validated and are expected to be paid by the end of this month. the Finance Ministry has authorized the Controller and Accountant General’s Department to process the documents of these teachers for payments to be made. Speaking to ... Read More »

TV3 was Bias in its Reportage on the death threat from GNAT Gen. Secretary – Daniel Baffoe

GNAT

The Secretary of the Victims of 3 Months Salary Arrears Daniel Owusu Baffoe has criticized TV3’s reportage of his allegations against the General Secretary of GNAT, Mr David Ofori Acheampong. He further described TV3 as being  bias in its news delivery on the issue of threat accusations, claiming he  should have been the first person to be interviewed if TV3 ... Read More »

Breaking News:”GNAT General Secretary threatens to Kill Me” – Unpaid Teachers’ Secretary

arrest

The General Secretary of the Ghana National Association of Teachers (GNAT) Mr David Ofori Acheampong has been reported to have threatened to kill the Secretary of the Victims of 3 Months Salary Arrears ,Mr Daniel Owusu Baffoe . Speaking with EducationGhana, Daniel explained that he received a call from an unknown person warning him never to mention the name of ... Read More »

Gov’t Approves Recruitment of Lecturers to Public Universities

President JD Mahama

President John Dramani Mahama on Saturday said government has given approval for the recruitment of 1,018 new lecturers in all public universities. He said approval of the list presented by the institutions was to boost the faculties of the country’s universities. President Mahama said this at the maiden graduation ceremony of the University of Health and Allied Sciences (UHAS) in ... Read More »

UPSA Chancellor hails Prof Alabi’s role in the Development of UPSA

UPSA CHANCELLOR AND MAHAMA

Chancellor of the University of Professional Studies Accra (UPSA), Drolor Bosso Adamtey I, has hailed the Vice Chancellor (VC), Professor Joshua Alabi for the phenomenal growth and success attained by the University under his outstanding leadership. “To our VC, indeed, we have seen and witnessed the amazing progress and achievements that you have brought since you assumed leadership of the ... Read More »

E-syllabus for Africa trains Librarians in ‘black star’ Computer Software

computer softwares

E-syllabus for Africa, a Non-Governmental Organisation, has provided training for librarians and library assistants in the Eastern Region, in a computer software called ‘black star’. The black star library software is a system programmed on computers to lessen cataloguing, ticketing, borrowing and archiving of books in the libraries to reduce the paper and manual management of libraries in community and ... Read More »

President John Mahama needs no Second Term- Unpaid Teachers

MAHAMA SWEARING IN

A group Calling itself Victims of 3 Months Arrears Pay Policy (V3MAPP) has charged all Ghanaians to reject President Mahama’s second term bid for Presidency. According to the group,elections are not just conducted for a mere reason of citizens to be enfranchised, but to enable them vote for deserving or right leaders and their  definition of a right leader is ... Read More »

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