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Regional News of Monday, 29 February 2016

Source: GNA

Producing quality products is our objective - GTUC


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Ms Jennifer Akude, Deputy Registrar of the Ghana Technology University College (GTUC), has said that the core objective of training at the institution was to make products responsive to the needs of the society.

She said this during the second matriculation ceremony of the Ho Campus of the GTUC at the weekend.

Ms Akude said the training was to ensure that the product of GTUC excelled in every endeavour he or she must be found himself.

She told the 104 matriculating students that “the GTUC will give you the tools to reason, to make judgments, to ask tough questions and to become critical thinkers….”

Ms Akude, who stood in for Dr Osei Darkwa, President of the GTUC, said “GTUC will become the place where your hidden talents will be discovered and your known talents fine-tuned”.

She said the students were entering the College at the time when the institution was striving to become the best private university in the country.

Mr Raphael Segbefia, student of Faculty of Informatics, urged the College to improve its book stock in the library, acquire a bus to make movement easier for students and also a student’s hostel.

A total of 54 of the matriculating students are offering courses in IT Business and the rest opted for informatics.

GTUC Ho campus has 122 undergraduates, 87 pursuing degrees and 35 diplomas.

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