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Navrongo: 2 years after gaining autonomy, CKT-UTAS now running 36 programmes

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The Registrar of the CK Tedam University of Technology and Applied Sciences in Navrongo, Dr. V.A Ankamah-Lomotey, has indicated that the university upon gaining its autonomy statues can boast of running seven fully-fledged schools.

This is a significant boost from the two schools the institution used to have immediately after gaining autonomy. The Registrar made this known when he engaged A1 Radio on the university’s campus on the Day Break Upper East Show.  

Dr. Ankamah-Lomotey noted that the transitioning process of the university to a fully-fledged can be described as steady rather than astronomic. He further admitted that the current feat of the university has been achieved amidst the challenges of limited resources.

“We are making steady progress, not astronomic; but steady progress. Amidst the challenges we all know, the university committee and management is trying to do our best within our mandate which is to train scientists for the country and beyond. Within our limited resources, we come this far from about two or so faculties to almost seven schools.”

It can be recalled that at the 19th congregation of UDS in Tamale on Saturday, November 10, 2018, President Akufo-Addo announced the government’s decision to make autonomous, the Wa and Navrongo campuses of the university.

Since gaining autonomy, the university runs 36 programs and has established the School of Mathematical Science, School of Computing and Information Sciences, School of Nursing and Midwifery, School of Physical Sciences, and School of Chemical and Biochemical Sciences.

The University also boasts of running some of the best science and IT programs in the country.

Source: A1radioonline.com|101.1MHz|Gerard Awombadek Asagi|Ghana

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