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MP for Subin Constituency Donates PPE to Kumasi Technical University

MP for Subin Constituency Donates PPE to Kumasi Technical University

The Member of Parliament (MP) for Subin Constituency Hon. Eugene Boakye Antwi who also doubles as the Deputy Minister of Works and Housing has donated some Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) to the Kumasi Technical University to support the Institution’s fight against the Corona Virus (COVID-19). 

The items donated included some packs of tissue papers, a box of liquid soap, three boxes of sanitizers and 200 face shields to support the University as it fights the deadly COVID-19.

Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences Receives Donation from its Association’s Executives

Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences Receives Donation from its Association’s Executives

The 2019/2020 executives of Pharmaceutical Sciences Students Association of Kumasi Technical University (KsTU) have presented some items to the Pharmaceutical Science Department of the University. The executives who showed this kind gesture were led by Bright K. Amegadzi. The act of magnanimity was shown to the Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences on Friday 20th November, 2020 at a short ceremony held in the office of the Head of Department Dr. George Owusu Dapaah.

Kumasi Technical University Holds 6th International Conference on Applied Sciences and Technology (ICAST 2020)

Kumasi Technical University Holds 6th International Conference on Applied Sciences and Technology (ICAST 2020)

Kumasi Technical University (KsTU) in collaboration with its partners has organised the 6th International Conference on Applied Sciences and Technology (ICAST) 2020. The two-day event which was held through virtual means due to COVID-19 had as its theme “Technical and Vocational Education: The Bedrock for National Development”. The annual Conference is aimed at bringing together researchers, experts and academics from educational institutions as well as various communities to exchange and share ideas and knowledge through discussions of a wide range of issues.

KsTU Donates Foot-Operated-Hand-Washing-Machines

KsTU Donates Foot-Operated-Hand-Washing-Machines

Kumasi Technical University (KsTU) has in its bid to support government’s efforts towards preventing the continuous spread of the Coronavirus Pandemic has manufactured “Foot-Operated-Handwashing-Machines” which has been donated some selected Government Institutions.

It is worth mentioning that the University was among the first to innovate such a machine and after its acceptance by the general public thus has produced on a large scale for donation. The machine makes use of the foot in its operations and thus eliminate the likelihood of contaminating one’s hand in the process.

Inauguration of The University Appeals Board

Inauguration of The University Appeals Board

The Governing Council of Kumasi Technical University has in a colourful ceremony inaugurated the first ever University Appeals Board chaired by Lawyer Chris Adomako-Kwakye.

The five member board namely; Lawyer Chris Adomako-Kwakye (Chairman), Nana Yaa Asante Nnuro (Member), Rt. Rev Christopher Nyarko Andam (Member), Lawyer Samuel Aryeh (Member) and Dr. Mrs. Helena Hassan (Retired Librarian, KNUST) is an assemble of varied expertise aimed at ensuring qualitative representation on the Board.

KsTU, THE SAFEST CAMPUS TO BE IN THE ERA OF COVID-19

KsTU, the Safest Campus to be in the Era of COVID-19

As part of the strategies to make Kumasi Technical University (KsTU) safer for both staff and students in the era of COVID-19, the KsTU COVID-19 Response Team ensures that all the necessary protocols are observed on our campuses, both Main and the Adako-Jachie. Among other things, the Team moves round to ensure the wearing of face masks during lectures and periods for practicals.

KsTU STUDENTS EMBARK ON AN EDUCATIONAL TRIP

KsTU students embark on an Educational Trip

Four students from Kumasi Technical University (KsTU) have been given a rare chance of embarking on a ten-month memorable educational trip to the United States of America. The programme had participants from over eight different countries around the world. The programme which was fully funded by the United States Department had students from different departments of KsTU attending. The students were Alex Kwame Gurah (Banking and Finance), Beatrice Borkor (Chemical Engineering), Dorcas Eva Mensah (HCIM) and Bridget Adu, also from the Banking and Finance department.

TOWARDS ACADEMIC NORMALCY: KUMASI TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY DISINFECTED

TOWARDS ACADEMIC NORMALCY: KUMASI TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY DISINFECTED

The novel coronavirus (COVID- 19) which has bedeviled countries the world over has had its toll on economies, educational institutions and the general life style of people. Ghana as a country has not been an exception to this pandemic. Just as it is with any new thing, the entire world including Ghana has had the difficulty of adjusting to the effects of the virus and its concomitants.

 

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