Tag Archives: ICT

Gov’t committed to creating ICT literate society – Minister


Vincent Sowah Odotei, a Deputy Minister of Communications has expressed government’s commitment to creating a digital literate community. He said it was, therefore, important to equip the youth with Information Communication Technology (ICT) skills and exposed them further to a digital way of life in order to become active players in the digital world. Mr Sowah Odotei made the pledge ...

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Prampram DA basic school wins ICT quiz


The Prampram D.A Basic ‘A’ School in the Ningo-Prampram District, has emerged winners of the second edition of the Fixit Fast ICT Quiz Finals. The school won with 37 points beating its closest contender Edwinta Preparatory School which obtained 34 points, with Bask Academy and Zenu KKDA ‘2’ Basic School obtaining 32 and 31 points respectively. The quiz was organized ...

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Free WiFi policy for SHS, tertiary to begin soon – Nana Addo


President Nana Akufo-Addo has reiterated his administration’s commitment to overseeing a functional, ICT-driven educational system built to respond to the challenges and evolution of modern science and technology. In this stead, he also stated that “in the not too distant future, the free WiFi coverage policy will be extended to senior secondary and tertiary institutions nationwide…” The President assured that his government’s ...

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Youth advised to develop entrepreneurial skills


A Project Management Expert and a Leadership Consultant, Dr Donald Senanu Agumenu has called on the youth to take up entrepreneurial skills in order to improve their lives and drive the country’s economic growth. Dr Agumenu observed that entrepreneurship is a backbone of every successful economy and it helps citizens to develop themselves. He underscored the need for the Ghanaian ...

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When AMASSing Wealth doesn’t come with bad news [Opinion]


To Many a Ghanaian, the phrase “amassing wealth” is that cliché that invokes corruption. Our political leaders are said to “amass wealth” at the expense of the tax-payer. Religious leaders are said to play on the ignorance (well, it could be willingness depending on where you stand) of their congregation to “amass wealth”. But when a group of young men ...

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GTUC to train Prison officers in ICT


The Ghana Technology University College (GTUC) has offered to train some selected Officers of the Ghana Prisons Services in Kumasi in Information Communication Technology. The ICT training which will span a period of two months will have the officer’s trained in Microsoft suit and other internet based applications to equip them to meet the changing trends in technology. The training, ...

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Opoku Ware SHS introduces computerized system of teaching

Some students of OWASS listening to the instructor during a lesson. INSET: The instructor demontrasting the use of a smart-board technology

The Opoku Ware Senior High School in Kumasi has introduced a smart board technology to enhance an interactive way of teaching. The technology, which is a computerised system, operates on a whiteboard, with an inbuilt mechanism that has an electronic pen which allows items written on the board to be converted into word document. The board facilitates the use of ...

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