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‘One Student-One Tablet’ for JHS and SHS Students-President Mahama

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President John Mahama has revealed that, government will soon launch a pilot program to distribute free tablet computers to students in junior and senior high schools, to streamline access to learning materials, the tablets will facilitate access to electronic textbooks and other relevant materials that will aid learning by students. He said the pilot if proven successful will be replicated ... Read More »

Inculcate the Right Attitude for Academic Work – UEW Deputy Registrar tells Students

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“The essence of university education is to enable students to develop critical minds to explore opportunities that come their way and this requires inculcating the right attitude to learning” These were the words of the Deputy Registrar in charge of Academic Affairs, Mrs. Wilhelmina Tete-Mensah to fresh students enrolled on the Distance Education Programmes at the Southern Sector orientation ceremony ... Read More »

3 students charged for defiling 15-year-old

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Three students of the Mampong Presbyterian Senior High School in the Eastern Region who were arrested for allegedly sexually assaulting a female student have been charged with defilement. The suspects have been accused of sexually abusing a female student after they caught her having sex with her boyfriend, a student from another school, Akuapeman Senior High School. Speaking to Citi News ... Read More »

10 UPSA students confess to manipulating their grades

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A grades manipulation scheme at the University of Professional Studies, Accra (UPSA) formerly Institute of Professional Studies (IPS) has been uncovered. Documents available to Joy News reveal, 22 final year students of the school – who were supposed to graduate last year – had their grades manipulated. Ten out of the 22 have already confessed to partaking in the malpractice. ... Read More »

students to be Allowed To Use Contraceptives To Prevent Pregnancies

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A Midwife at Suntreso Government Hospital in the Ashanti Region Regina Mensah has appealed to teachers in various schools to desist from preventing students from using contraceptives. According to her, students have the rights to use the various contraceptives on the market to protect themselves from teenage pregnancies which hinder their education. She observed that students are subjected to physical ... Read More »

Teachers to be held Responsible for Students’ Riots

BORTECH CLASSROOM

In every group or social setting, there are bound to be a few people who would find it difficult abiding by the rules. This situation also pertains in our educational institutions, even though the authorities are expected to impose a regimented lifestyle on the students. There are always occasions when some students become wayward and indulge in acts which are ... Read More »

Cape Coast Poly Students Boycott Lecturers to demand University Status

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Students of Cape Coast Polytechnic have vacated the classrooms to force the hand of government to add the institution to the list of polytechnics to be converted into technical universities. The students claim the polytechnic faces possible extinction if it is not converted into a technical university. Under a new policy to improve technical education in the country, government is ... Read More »

Lecturer canned Students in KNUST for not bringing course materials to lectures

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The whole student body of KNUST was in disbelief and shock when at around 10:40am a picture went viral. The picture came as a great shock and to some disbelief when in the picture was seen a lecturer holding a stick in hand and a female student arm stretched receiving lashes with some others waiting in line for their share ... Read More »

Students urged to use SRC positively

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Student Representative Councils (SRCs) of tertiary educational institutions, have been urged to use their membership of the SRCs to develop leadership skills and not for antagonistic intentions. Mr Wilson Arthur, Manager of Skyy Power Multimedia in Takoradi noted that the SRC allowed students the opportunity to lead a group of people to achieve good results, therefore, their successful administration had ... Read More »

Train more Graduates in Technical and Vocational Sectors – Minister

Haruna Iddrisu

Minister of Employment and Labour Relations, Haruna Iddrisu says the focus of training of graduates in the social sciences has contributed to the high unemployment rate in the country and across Africa.   He said the time has come for conscious effort to be made in the training of more graduates in the technical and vocational sectors of the economy. ... Read More »

Apply For Graduate Institute Scholarships For African Students In Switzerland, 2016

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The Graduate Institute, Geneva offers need-based scholarships for African students to undertake a MA or PhD levels. 20 scholarships are offered in international history, international economics for one year which is renewable for the period of study. The application deadline is 15th January, 2016. Brief Description: The Graduate Institute, Geneva offers need-based scholarships to students from Africa to undertake a MA or ... Read More »

Challenging Heights (NGO) trains students

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A graduation ceremony has been held for 63 students who  have completed a four-month intensive computer and entrepreneurship training organised by Challenging Heights, a Ghanaian child’s rights non-governmental organisation (NGO), at its offices in Winneba. Drawn from Winneba and its surrounding communities, the beneficiaries were trained in computer hardware, software, leadership and entrepreneurship to equip them with employable and managerial ... Read More »

KNUST College of Engineering Awards Students and Industrial Partners

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The public relations office of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology has released a statement to applaud students who were given various degrees of awards. According to the statement, as part of strategies to acknowledge the special contribution from students, staff and industrial partners in training the next generation of engineers, the College of Engineering (CoE) of Kwame ... Read More »

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