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KNUST students develop gas leakage detector that operates SMS alert

KNUST students develop gas leakage detector that operates SMS alert

Three students of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) have developed a gas leakage detector that operates via SMS alert. The technology aims at facilitating early detection of gas leakage and avert the destruction that comes with such

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NAPO running Education Ministry like a dental clinic – NDC’s Donkor Fuseini jabs

NAPO running Education Ministry like a dental clinic – NDC’s Donkor Fuseini jabs

A former District Chief Executive (DCE) of Sekyere Afram Plains in the Ashanti Region in the erstwhile National Democratic Congress (NDC) administration, Hon. Donkor Fusieni has attacked the handling of affairs at the Education Ministry by the sector Minister, Dr.

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Allied health professions council registrar calls on health personnel to assist in fight against drug abuse

Allied health professions council registrar calls on health personnel to assist in fight against drug abuse

The Acting Registrar of Allied Allied Health Professions Council of the Ministry of Health, Dr. Samuel Yaw Opoku, has called on health personnel to put in their best towards the nation’s fight against drug abuse. Speaking at the 2nd graduation

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Make reading materials interesting for pupils-Teacher

Make reading materials interesting for pupils-Teacher

Ms Elizabeth Esinam Fuvi, a basic school Teacher in the Afadzato South District of the Volta region has called for the redesigning of basic school text books to make reading appealing to pupils. She said the current reading materials for

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Ho: UHAS confers doctorate degree on Prof. Molyneux

Ho: UHAS confers doctorate degree on Prof. Molyneux

The Governing Council and Management of the University of Health and Allied Sciences (UHAS) in Ho has honoured Professor David H. Molyneux, Senior Professorial Fellow of the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine, United Kingdom. They conferred on him a Doctorate

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Teachers to talk less, students to talk more in new curriculum

Teachers to talk less, students to talk more in new curriculum

The National Council for Curriculum and Assessment says it wants to see Ghanaian students move from the habit of learning for exams and has announced changes in the curriculum to reflect this goal. Executive Secretary of the Council, Dr. Prince Armah,

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Oti: Bonakye Girls Model School Cries for Infrastructure as Pupils Write with Laps as Support

Oti: Bonakye Girls Model School Cries for Infrastructure as Pupils Write with Laps as Support

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Akatsavakpor M.A Basic School Begs for Support to Exist

Akatsavakpor M.A Basic School Begs for Support to Exist

Pupils of Akatsavakpor M.A Basic School at Kpordoave Klikor in the Ketu South Municipality of the Volta Region are calling for help to save their school from its current state and to keep them and their teachers in school for

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Lorlornyo FM Broadcasting Training Center graduates 10th batch of students

Lorlornyo FM Broadcasting Training Center graduates 10th batch of students

Lorlornyo FM Broadcasting Training Center, (LBTC) this morning graduated its 10th batch of students under the theme Stabilizing Ghana’s Democratic Dispensation, the role of the media.  Fifteen students graduated after six months of training in broadcasting, studio equipment, marketing, media

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GES introduces new JHS uniforms in September

GES introduces new JHS uniforms in September

The Ghana Education Service (GES) on Thursday said it will in September this year introduce new uniforms for Junior High School (JHS) pupils. Professor Kwasi Opoku Amankwa, GES Director General said the uniform to be used in addition to the

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