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Assistant Registrar Of KsTU Gets International Appointment

Assistant Registrar Of KsTU Gets International Appointment

Mr. Akwasi Sarfo Agyemang, the Assistant Registrar in charge of Students’ Affairs at Kumasi Technical University has been appointed as the West Africa Regional Coordinator for International Association of Student Affairs and Services (IASAS). This Association is a professional one formed for student affairs practitioners in higher education. This is an achievement that is likely to motivate the entire staff of Kumasi Technical University and we congratulate him for that.

Kumasi Technical University (KsTU) Staff Enstooled As Chief

Kumasi Technical University (KsTU) Staff Enstooled As Chief

Mr. Francis Baidoo of the Estate Unit of Kumasi Technical University (KsTU) has been enstooled as the Mankrado of Ajumako Abrofowa in the Central region of Ghana. His stool name is Nana Asimah II. This news was received with great excitement by the whole of Kumasi Technical University and the Institution wishes to congratulate Mr. Francis Baidoo for such an achievement.

The Canadian High Commission Pays Courtesy Call On Kumasi Technical University

The Canadian High Commission Pays Courtesy Call On Kumasi Technical University

A powerful delegation from the Canadian High Commission has paid a courtesy call on Kumasi Technical University (KsTU) on Tuesday 10th September, 2019 to extend their heartfelt gratitude to the University for being instrumental in the rescue of the two Canadian girls who were kidnapped in the Ashanti Region about three months ago.  The delegation consisted of Bryan Cox who is the Executive Director of Youth Challenge International, Susan D.

Kumasi Technical University (KsTU) Gets New Officers

Kumasi Technical University (KsTU) Gets New Officers

The Governing Council of Kumasi Technical University (KsTU) has duly appointed four key officers to run the affairs of the Institution. They are Nana Ing. Prof. Osei-Wusu Achaw, Vice Chancellor, Engr. Prof. Mike Agbesi Acheampong, Pro-Vice Chancellor, Mr. Ebenezer Kofi Boakye, Registrar and Surv. Divine Comla-Sekyere, Director of Works and Physical Development.

Graduands Told To Be More Productive

Graduands Told To Be More Productive

The 6th Special Congregation for the students from the Institute of Distance Learning and Continuing Education (IDCE) has taken place in June 2019 with the Director for the Institute Dr Alfred Sarbah, urging the graduands to be more productive with the knowledge and skills acquired. He said as the ambassadors of the University, that was the surest way to uplift the image of the Institution anywhere they would find themselves.

KsTU Holds Special Congregation For Distance And Continuing Students

KsTU Holds Special Congregation For Distance And Continuing Students

Kumasi Technical University has held its 6th Special Congregation on Monday 3rd June, 2019 for the students from the Institute of Distance Learning and Continuing Education (IDCE). The Special Congregation was to graduate the non-tertiary students who through a dint of hard work had successfully completed their various programmes of study.

Women In Technical Education Development Organises Workshop For Schools

Women In Technical Education Development Organises Workshop For Schools

Women in Technical Education Development (WITED) at Kumasi Technical University (KsTU) has organised a day’s workshop for the second cycle and basic schools in Kumasi. The programme which was dubbed “Promoting Gender Equity for Technology Innovation” was chaired by Mrs. Dwomour Forkuo, the former Director of Institute of Entrepreneurship and Enterprise and Development (IEED). The programme was meant to enlighten students and the general public on gender equity in relation to technology education and development.

WITED Builds the Capacity of Members

WITED Builds the Capacity of Members

Women in Technical Education Development (WITED), the Kumasi Technical University (KsTU) Chapter has organised a day’s workshop for their members in the University. The essence of the programme was to address gender issues in the main stream and to ensure gender equality in the male-dominated fields and vice versa. It was also meant to build the capacity of participants in the area of Presentation, E-library resource/Plagiarism, Research and Manuscript Writing.

Effective Utilisation of Institutional E-Mails Underscored

Effective Utilisation of Institutional E-Mails Underscored

A day’s workshop has been organised for the Executive Committee members of Kumasi Technical University (KsTU) to educate the members more on effective ways to utilise their institutional e-mails and other repositories.  The one-day workshop which was held at the Council Chamber of the University was chaired by the Interim Vice Chancellor (IVC) of the University, Ingr. Prof. Mike A. Acheampong. It was the beginning of a month-long training programme for the staff of KsTU on the best way to use the institutional I.C.T infrastructure.

Fashion Expression 2019

Fashion Expression 2019

The annual fashion show of the Faculty of Creative Arts and Technology (FCAT) of the Kumasi Technical University has been duly launched under the theme ‘Creative Partnerships’. The annual programme which has become part and parcel of the FCAT’s events for the year is always eagerly anticipated by students and numerous patrons from the general public.  The event seeks to celebrate the creativity of students as well as encourage them in their entrepreneurial drive.

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