KsTU reconsiders deferral decision, offers special examinations for students

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The Management of Kumasi Technical University has revised its previous stance on deferring the programmes of over 600 students who failed to pay their fees on time to complete course registration for the current semester.

A notice from the school on Monday (14 August) said it will now grant students a window to register and write their end-of-semester examination instead of deferring their programmes.

The affected students agitated on campus after they were sanctioned with a referral.

The university, however, says a “special examination shall be organised for non-registered students” adding that “all affected students who have paid their fees in full and appropriate penalties qualify to sit for the exams.”

Acting University Relations Officer of the Kumasi Technical University, Joshua Appiah encouraged the affected students to promptly get in touch with their respective heads of departments before Tuesday 22nd August 2023.

The affected students who are excited about the management’s decision say they will take full advantage of the opportunity to do the needful.

Find attached details of the directive:

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