Ashanti Region’s Fire Service to use KNUST engineers in fight against deaths from fire

The Ashanti Regional Fire Command is scheduled to take education on fires in the region a notch higher in a bid to aid residents in the region know how to tackle fire incidents when they are confronted with such situations before the Fire Service moves in to perform their duty.

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Government has no money to fund courses accreditation – former minister reveals

The inability of some government tertiary institutions to follow laid down procedures before bringing out courses of study for students has left former Minister of State in charge of Tertiary Education, Professor Kwasi Yankah worried. He noted that the institutions are in the habit of making budgetary allocations without careful

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GTEC makes special arrangements to accredit KNUST, UG courses

An assurance has been made by the Ghana Tertiary Education Commission (GTEC) to liaise with the tertiary institutions to accredit their courses. Director General of the Commission, Mohammed Salifu gave this assurance during an interview on Citi FM. “We have arranged with the universities for a special arrangement to get them

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We’re not to blame for GTEC’s failure to do its work – KNUST responds to Auditor General’s report

A report by the Auditor General indicated that only 61 courses out of the 360 being offered by the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) are not accredited have sharply been rejected by the university. Dr Norriss Bekoe said KNUST as an institution strives to meet the required

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Kumasi needs another university to help KNUST get back on track – Analyst

A Fraud and Security analyst, Mr Richard Kumadoe has suggested that there is a need for a new university in the Ashanti Region to offer humanities. He opined that would afford the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) the opportunity to focus on science-related courses, the main reason for

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KNUST SRC to the rescue of some deferred students with GHS50,000

Micheal Abuah, President of the  Students Representative Council of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology has revealed that the students’ body has given GHS50,000 to settle part of the fees for several students who have paid more than fifty per cent of their fees. The SRC’s gesture follows

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I invested my money in a business due to the UTAG strike – deferred KNUST student pleads for more time to pay fees

As a result of the prolonged strike action that public university teachers embarked on at the beginning of the which resulted in more than a month of students staying at home without lectures, some students who are business-oriented decided to invest their school fees into small businesses with the hope

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