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KNUST To Spearheaded ‘Pan-African Education Network – Indian High Commissioner Reveals On His Visit To KNUST

KNUST To Spearheaded ‘Pan-African Education Network - Indian High Commissioner Reveals On His Visit To KNUST

The Indian High Commissioner to Ghana, His Excellency (H.E.) Sugandh Rajaram has paid a courtesy call on the Vice-Chancellor, Professor (Mrs.) Rita Akosua Dickson on Tuesday, 20th April, 2021 at the Council Chamber.

The visit forms part of his first official visit to the Ashanti Region to interact with key stakeholders in the Region. He was accompanied by the Political Officer of the High Commission of India, Mr. Tushar K. Uniyal.

In his remark, H. E. Rajaram appreciated the long-standing relationship that has existed between India and the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology. He proposed that both parties should assess other areas of collaboration that would enhance research, staff and student’s exchanges.

He added that most Africans pursue their tertiary education in India, a development the India government cherishes so much. He revealed plans of establishing the ‘Pan-African Education Network’ which will be spearheaded by the KNUST because of the unique programmes run by the University and its ability to influence other institutions of higher learning through effective mentorship.

He stated that they chose KNUST because it has the expertise to make the project a success.

His Excellency Rajaram as part of his visit donated 116 books to expose students to the various aspects of India by establishing ‘‘India Corner’’ in the University Library. The books present an invaluable source of the multifaceted society of India, that focuses on various subjects.

He was hopeful that the books would satisfy the needs of the students and rekindle their interest to know more about India and ultimately foster closer relationships between Ghana and India.

Receiving the books, the Vice-Chancellor expressed much gratitude for their donation and visit. She asserted that KNUST as a research-driven institution places much value on the partnerships signed with stakeholders and other institutions of higher learning.

She was hopeful that the collaboration proposed by the High Commissioner would contribute to the development of the country and the world at large.

Present at the ceremony were the Pro-Vice Chancellor, Professor Ellis Owusu-Dabo, Head of Quality Assurance and Planning Unit, Professor Jerry John Kponyo, the University Relations Officer, Dr Daniel Norris Bekoe, and the Deputy Librarian, Michael Ahenkorah-Marfo.

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2021 Miss Health Ghana Queen Experience To Kick Start In June

2021 Miss Health Ghana Queen Experience To Kick Start In June

The road to crowning a new Miss Health Ghana queen begins later in June, with auditions for health practitioners set to open.

The third edition of the pageant will see young beautiful ladies in the health sector compete to become the fairest of them all and win the ultimate crown, with auditions taking place in Accra, Kumasi, and Sunyani.

In an interview, Madam Gladys Akyere Rockson, Chief Executive Officer of Lamrock Agency, the pageantry’s organizers, stated that the platform was designed to empower young beautiful Ghanaian ladies to spearhead the agenda of safeguarding lives in various health initiatives.

“This year’s experience promises to be an exciting one coupled with series of tasks aimed at educating people on the importance of first aid.

2021 Miss Health Ghana Queen Experience To Kick Start In June

2021 Miss Health Ghana Queen Experience To Kick Start In June

“Administering of first aid is a very crucial aspect of saving lives during an emergency and we deem a great responsibility to use our platform to spearhead the campaign of teaching the basics of first aid through our queens who are health practitioners,” she stated.

She urged corporate bodies to join the campaign on the need to save lives and also thanked organizations who have supported the course.

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Here Is A 5 Checklist For Starting The New Semester At KNUST

Here’s A Checklist For Starting The New Semester At KNUST

KNUSTconnet.Com takes you through a simple to-do list for starting your semester right as a student at the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST).

Vacation is over, and you’re both excited to get out of the house again and dreading the start of another academic year, despite the fact that that’s what it means. Whatever your feelings are, you must still prepare. A quick and simple task to help with the transition.

Be Motivated

Motivating oneself is starting a new semester is key and it’s an impression that one is ever ready to learn from his or her past mistakes and make arrangements for a news successful semester.

Here’s A Checklist For Starting The New Semester At KNUST

Here’s A Checklist For Starting The New Semester At KNUST

Check Your e-mail

Many of us set up student emails during registration and then promptly forget about them. However, at the start of each semester, important information about your course and school changes are sent to your student email.

Create A Study Schedule

Once you’ve gotten familiar with your class schedule, it’s time to draw up a study timetable. The earlier you get into the routine of studying, the likelier it is that you stick to it. And you’re also going to be more prepared when the exam comes around at the end of the semester.

Choose Your Electives

During the period when adding and dropping of courses is still open, it’s a good idea to attend the lecture lectures of all the optional electives so you can evaluate which one is the best fit.

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18+ ONLY: A Student of KNUST Arrested After Planting Secret Camera In Ladies Bathroom And Posting The Footage Online

A student of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) has been arrested after he planted a camera in the bathroom of female students.

A student of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) has been arrested after he planted a camera in the bathroom of female students.

The gentleman planted the secret camera and occasionally would retrieve the footage.

He is alleged to sell the footage online.

According to a female student of the school, the gentleman’s luck runs out during his latest operation and he was arrested.

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