October 2021 - <<AGHS >>

TUTAG Rejects Gov’t Proposals After Eight-Hour Long Stakeholders Meeting

The Technical University Teachers Association of Ghana, TUTAG, has rejected the government’s proposal to pay its members extra allowances instead of migrating them onto the public university single spine salary structure. Government officials led by the Minister of Employment and Labour Relations reportedly settled on paying entertainment and responsibility allowances. A National Executive member of TUTAG, Stanley Nelvis-Glattey, […]

More Female Engineers has been trained by Kumasi Technical University

Ghana’s industrial development has good prospects for transformation as more women opt for the study of Engineering. That is the optimistic Vice-Chancellor of Kumasi Technical University, Professor Osei-Wusu Achaw, speaking on the sidelines of the school’s 27th matriculation. He said the university and the nation have much to gain by encouraging females to pursue courses in engineering. Out of 4,561 students […]

Integrity curriculum for students introduced

A national integrity curriculum designed for Ghanaian students from Junior to Senior High in order for them to fully understand corruption, its nature, impacts and how to avoid it has just been developed. It consists of six intensive modules, each with in-class sessions preceded and followed by activities, written assignments and project works. Students and teachers will benefit […]

Ghana Standards Authority (GSA) internship programmes, With Some Universities in Ghana

The University of Ghana signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Ghana Standards Authority (GSA) to promote exchange programmes and other research projects. The agreement will help to promote research and consultancy services, internship placements for students, educational tours for faculty and students and joint public fora to educate the public on research findings. Professor Samuel Kwame […]

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