KsTU’s Graduate School Organises MTech Viva-Voce


In line with the requirement of attaining a Masters degree in Kumasi Technical University, the Graduate School of Kumasi Technical University (KsTU), organised a viva-voce for seven of its final year Master of Technology (MTech) students. These students made presentations of their thesis which was examined by their supervisors.

The thesis defense programme had supervisors as well as some external examiners as members on the panel. The students were examined based on three parameters: the candidates’ ownership of the work, display of knowledge and contribution to existing body of knowledge.

The examiners were Prof. Kwame Amaning Agyei, a senior lecturer at Kwame Nkrumah University (KNUST), Dr. Stephen Boakye Twene and Dr Suleman Nasiru from C.K. Tedam University of Technology and Applied Sciences, Dr. Samuel Wiafe, Sunyani Technical University and Dr. Samuel Kwame Agyei of University of Cape Coast.

The Dean of Graduate School, Dr. Patricia Owusu-Darko, served as the facilitator.
Candidates have passed successfully and are set for their graduation very soon.


Picture: One of the final year student presenting his thesis defense to the examiners.

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