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UHAS students stranded; as lecturers join UTAG Strike

By: KALD|MyKuulFMonline| Sept., 18, 2017 Some lecturers at the University of Health and Allied Sciences (UHAS) in the Volta Regional capital, Ho have suspended  lectures on Monday in support of the strike action declared by the national leadership of  University Teachers Association of Ghana UTAG. Students who were transported to …

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UHAS holds open day

By: Ghana News Agency The University of Health and Allied Sciences (UHAS) in Ho has held an open day to provide insights into programmes on offer at the University to Senior High School students. The event was also held to provide guidance to Senior High School graduates who might want …

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Bolga Poly students protest Ghc70k ‘rickety’ bus purchase

By:|April 19, 2017 Students at the Bolgatanga Polytechnic in the Upper East region are up in arms against the executives of the Students’ Representative Council (SRC) for expending a whopping Ghc 70,000 on a ‘rickety’ 12-seater bus. According to a report, angry students, whose dues were taken to …

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4-year SHS students better than 3-year counterparts – Prof Yankah

By: Graphic Online The Minister of State-designate in charge of Tertiary Education, Professor Kwesi Yankah, has defended the four-year Senior High School curriculum saying that students who went through that system performed better than their counterparts who went through the three year course system. He, however, proposed a window to …

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Gov’t to prioritise Science & Tech-based Research for Dev’t

By: Jemima Achivors|KuulFM News|Ho|Ghana The Volta Regional Minister Dr. Archibald Yao Letsa has reiterated government’s commitment towards the promotion of Science and Technology based research to aid the country’s industrialization. This, he said would be done through adequate support for the commercialization of scientific research outputs to find solutions to …

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