CUCG Graduates the first batch of BSc. General Nursing - CUCG

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For his part, the Minister of State in charge of Tertiary Education, Professor Kwesi Yankah, reiterated the NPP governments commitment to collaborate with the private sector to ease the burden on education, in spite of the growing concerns of private universities who feel frustrated, struggle to pay their loans as others have been suffocated by unbearable tax burdens which is pushing some of the institutions into virtual collapse.
He further indicated that soon, Ghana’s affiliation system will be a thing of the past under the Government of Nana Addo Danquah-Akuffo. He assured Ghanaians that the New Patriotic Party was in a hurry to rescue the private sector to drive innovation and assume its rightful, pivotal place in national development

 

He further hinted that the Ministry of Education is currently liaising with the National Council for Tertiary Education in working out modalities to define the status of grades like D7 as a way of giving hope to applicants to humanities for example, whose courses may not require mathematics, yet they are denied admission because of the D7 in mathematics.
Professor Yankah admonished the graduands that with diligence, determination, humility and hard work, they will succeed. . Professor Yankah admonished the graduands that with diligence, determination, humility and hard work, they will succeed.

Published on: 29th october., 2019.