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A number of past students of the Koforidua Technical University have threatened to drag the institution to court for omitting their names from a list of students billed to graduate over the weekend.

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Government Increases Student Loan By 50%
 
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Book Dev’t Council Keen On Improving Reading In Basic Schools
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Headmaster Cuts Short Girl’s Education
 
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Malta Guinness Commends The “Greatness” Of OWASS For Winning Robotics Championship
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DPSI Ghana Holds Maiden Open Day
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MAMTECH Gets Huge Boost From Government
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Private BECE Provisional Results Out
 
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NCCE educates students on their civic responsibilities
 
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Teachers Strip Male Student Half Naked At Mankessim Sec Tech
 
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DPSI Ghana Unveils Foundation Magazine
 
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Effiduase-Asokore MP Gives 5,000 Math Sets To BECE Candidates
 
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FOGET-GNAPS Counsel Students On BECE Best Practices
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BECE Starts Today, GES Extends SHSs Selection To 3 Weeks After BECE
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Beware of rogue websites - WAEC
 
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BECE Begins Tomorrow
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Graduates urged to reflect on what to contribute to society
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Abide by WAEC regulations on BECE - SDA
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More females graduate from UCC
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UCC to mount more post graduate programmes by distance
 
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Campaign To Promote Girl-Child Education Begins
 
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DPSI Tema Honours Brilliant Students
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Gov’t Pumps GHc 484m Into Free SHS Programme
 
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DPSI Director's Son Tops All In South Asian Spelling Bee Contest
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B5 Plus Boss Adjudged Ghana's Best Entrepreneur
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UDS Sacks 17 Students Over Fake Results
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Prof. Kwesi Yankah Meets Sam Gyimah, Minister For Higher Education, UK
 
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Ministry For Education Lauds Opoku Ware School For International Robotics Award
 
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Prof. Kwesi Yankah Attends The European Higher Education Area In France
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Experts Call For Educational Reforms At ‘Job Camp’
 
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Entrepreneurship To Be Introduced At Basic School Level
 
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Education Minister Signed The AIMS Agreement In Paris
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Encroachers Taking Over Adonten Senior High School Lands?
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NAB Directs Technical Universities To Withdraw Unqualified Students
 
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UEW Prepares To Enroll More Free SHS Beneficiaries
 
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