The symbol of an eagle on its nest to provide tender care and protection to its nestlings signifies the role of the College as a Mother nurturing the Teacher-trainees to diffuse knowledge to all corners of the earth.
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The flying bird also signifies that the pursuit of knowledge has no limit.
Ultimately, all the symbols are set on the motto: “NIHIL SINE LABORE” which means “Success Comes by Hard Work.”
About The Peki College of Education
Peki College of Education was originally founded and established as Government Training College in the old Christian town of Peki-Avetile on the 12th of February, 1954 with Mr A.F Neal as her first Principal.
This explains why the College has retained the acronym GOVCO (short for Government College) to date.
The College was started with thirty (30) men who were admitted to do the 2 Year Certificate ‘A’ Post ‘B’ Programme.
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The institution remained a single-sex (male) College until 1961 when it became co-educational with the admission of the first batch of twenty-five (25) females.
GOVCO produced her first crop of teachers in 1956. The motto of the college is NIHIL SINNE LABORE (SUCCESS COMES BY HARD WORK).
In 1965, the College was moved to its present permanent site, between the beautiful ‘Wheto’ and “Akpato” (mountains).
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