Ferdinand | EducationGhana | November 5| Teacher Trainees lament the absence of a results portal for Colleges affiliated with UEW and UDS
Teacher Trainees in the Colleges of Education affiliated with the University of Education, Winneba (UEW) and the University for Development Studies (UDS) over the absence of student results portal in the aforementioned institutions
The leadership of the Teacher Teachers Association of Ghana (TTAG) made this revelation in a statement issued on November 3, 2023, and signed by its general secretary, John Edem Avedzie, and President Jephthah Nana Kwame.
The trainees indicated that the absence of the student result portal has hindered the teacher trainees from accessing important academic information, including results and other critical updates related to their studies within the colleges of education.
The statement further indicated that the unavailability of the students’ result portal has impeded the trainees’ inability to officially monitor their academic progress.
The trainees thereby called on the appropriate authorities of these two universities to act swiftly to reverse the abuses to make students’ lives comfortable at their various colleges of education across the country.
Examination Result Delays
The trainees further indicated that there have been significant delays in the release of the examination results over the past two years, especially for colleges affiliated to UEW.
The trainees added that, for colleges affiliated with UEW, the level 100 students were yet to receive their first semester results; the level 200 students were yet to receive their first semester results; level 300 students awaited their second-year second-semester results and third-year first semester results; and the level 400 students were yet to receive their third-year second-semester results.
These, the trainees said, were causing significant distress and uncertainty among the students from the affected colleges of education.
Graduation of Final Year Students
The trainees further lamented that, due to the unavailability of the student results, the level 400 students from the affected colleges were uncertain about their involvement in the November 11, 2023, graduation ceremonies for the 2019 cohorts of the new curriculum.
The trainees thereby called on the appropriate authorities of these two universities to act swiftly to reverse the abuses and make students’ lives comfortable at their various colleges of education across the country.
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