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The head of Department of Arts, Social Sciences Education [DASSE] of University of Cape Coast [UCC], Reverend Professor Seth Asare Danso has proposed that the number of subjects that students are examined on at the Junior High School level should be reduced to five [5].

In an interaction on the Atlantic Wave of ATLFM on Friday, he noted that the reduction of the number of subjects to three as proposed by Dr. Patrick Awuah, President of Ashesi University will make students treat some subjects as not important; hence calling for an increase.

Dr. Spio Gabrah

The Former Minister of Trade and Industry, Dr. Ekow Spio Gabrah has challenged students of University of Cape Coast to develop their talents and not sit on them since it would be very beneficial for students to take the responsibility of ensuring that their God-given talents were developed.

Dr Spio Gabrah who made these comments when he was delivering his keynote address at the UCC-SRC “Idea Challenge” Grand Finale implored all students to look out for problems in society and find possible answers to them.

The Federation of Universities Senior Staff Association of Ghana, UCC chapter has organised a two day workshop on managerial skills for its executives.

The workshop was on the theme, “Enhancing Productivity through Professional Training”.

Mr. Akuamoah Boateng

A lecturer with the School of Agriculture, University of Cape Coast [UCC], Akuamoah Boateng has called for a collaborative effort among all stakeholders in the agricultural sector to ensure the effective implementation of the policy on agriculture by the current government dubbed ‘Planting for food and jobs’ which would be structured along the lines of the infamous ‘Operation feed yourself’ programme adopted in the 1970s to develop self-reliance in agriculture at the time.

Mr. Akuamoah Boateng of the UCC School of Agriculture

President Nana Akufo-Addo will today [Wednesday] launch his government’s agricultural flagship programme, ‘Planting for Food and Jobs’ in Goaso, in the Brong Ahafo Region. The programme is expected to benefit 200,000 farmers in the region.

Resurrection Praise 2017 happened at the Life Cathedral Church in Cape Coast

The Deputy Station Manager (Events and Operations) of ATL FM, Daniel Opoku has acknowledged the patronage and general success of the annual resurrection praise event.

In an interaction, Mr. Opoku acknowledged the support of Life Cathedral Church and other bodies who supported Resurrection Praise 2017.

Presentation of computers to Vice Chancellor of UCC [second left]

Groupe Ideal, a management and consultancy firm with diverse business operations across the country has donated thirty five [35] computers to the Department of Economics of University of Cape Coast [UCC].

The President of the company, Dr. Nii Kotei Dzani who is an alumnus of the University and the Department of Economics said the gesture was in fulfillment of an earlier request put before him by leadership of the department to provide computers to enhance academic work.

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