GTUC Admits More Students

GTUC (1)The Ghana Technology University College (GTUC) has admitted 631 fresh students to pursue degree and diploma courses in Engineering, Informatics and Business, and Information Technology.

At the matriculation ceremony in Accra last Saturday, Dr. Robert A. Baffour, the vice president of GTUC, said “our vision is to produce students who would excel in the classroom and the on job”.

He assured of providing them with a dynamic environment, and stimulating programmes and activities, to help them achieve such core competencies.

“As a University, our role is to provide graduates who will standout and will be known to be bold, confident, articulate, professional, entrepreneurial, visionary and with a deep sense of social and ethical responsibility,” he added.

Dr. Baffour advised the students to embark on a journey which will provide them a lot of opportunities to change the world, no matter how small it maybe.

He reminded them on some of the challenges they are bound to face on the journey they are embarking, and urged them to continue, till they reach their destination.

“You were brought here today to be part of a family of learners with the hope that you can change our future, as well as country and for that matter the continent African,” he said.

He urged them to be honest analytical, critical, innovative, decent and above all to have the right attitude.

Prof Patrick Otoo Bobbie, the Registrar, said the school had contributed greatly to national development and is to satisfy the intellectual needs of the society through teaching, advancing the frontiers of knowledge, and most importantly, to transit knowledge from one generation to the other.

He said the school has experienced growth in terms of projects and programmes over the past six years, while the student-population has increased considerably, from a starting cohort of less than 100 students to almost 6,000, currently. By Daniel Amoo

 

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