Wed May 22, 2013
The Japanese International Cooperation Agency (JICA) has donated ten boxes of assorted tools valued at about ₵25,000.00 to the Faculty of Engineering of Kumasi Polytechnic.
Each of the tools boxes contain equal number of assorted pliers and wrenches, spanners, cutters, screw drivers, impact sockets, etc.
The donation was at the instance of JICA Volunteer, Mr. Shingo Hayashi who is currently attached to the Mechanical Engineering Department of...
Over 2,000 graduands were awarded Bachelor of Technology degrees, HND certificates and various diplomas at a colourful congregation ceremony held at the New Great Hall of the Kumasi Polytechnic on Saturday, 23rd March, 2013.
For the first time in years, graduands received their certificates after the ceremony, much to their relief and excitement.
Professor Nicholas Nicodemus Nana Nsowah-Nuamah, rector of the Kumasi Polytechnic has revealed strenuous strides the institution has undertaken in assembling solar powered components to alleviate the stress most Ghanaians go through when the nation runs of liquefied petroleum gas.
In his estimation, it was convenient to store the excess sun rays tropical countries are blessed with and use it to improve upon human life.
The Business Development Unit (BDU), during the second semester break organized a number of Short Courses for students, policy makers, researchers, caterers, managers, administrators and people who were desirous on enhancing their professional development.
Participants from institutions such as Gold Star Resources Ltd, Ghana Institute of Journalism, Accra and Bolgatanga Polytechnics and University of Mines and Technology attended.
A taxation expert and an alumnus of the Kumasi Polytechnic, Abdallah Ali-Nakyea, has called for the introduction of tax education at the basic education level, with the view to introducing children to the need to pay tax at an early age.
Mr. Ali-Nakyea, who is the Director of WTS Tax Legal Consult, noted that, many Ghanaians see the payment of taxes as something punitive and painful and attributed the situation to the lack of education on the importance of...
The Kumasi Polytechnic (K-Poly) has started preparations towards the conversion of the polytechnic into a technical university.
Authorities said the Polytechnic was putting its houses in order even before the government implemented its election manifesto to convert the country’s polytechnics to technical universities into implementation.
Prof. N.N.N. Nsowah-Nuamah, the Rector of the Kumasi Polytechnic, noted that a committee had been set up to work on the...
Polytechnic students have been advised to be ambassadors for peace before, during and after the December 7 general elections.
The Rector of Kumasi Polytechnic, Professor Nicholas N. N. Nsowah-Nuamah gave the advice at the 20th Matriculation ceremony of the polytechnic which was held over the weekend.
In all 3,612 out of 5,637 qualified applicants were admitted during the 2012/2013 academic year.
Of this number, 1,297 were females while the...
The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has held a public education forum for staff of Kumasi Polytechnic to explain the activities of the commission and the need to make savings and investments to safeguard their future wellbeing.
The programme, which formed part of the commission’s 2012 Capital Market Week Celebration, which falls between 29th October and 4th November, 2012, was on the theme: “Capital Market: An Investment Avenue for Securing your...
ADMISSION OF STUDENTS TO NEWLY INTRODUCED PROGRAMMES OF STUDY
(2 PLUS 2 BSC. DEGREE PROGRAMMES)
The Kumasi Polytechnic, in collaboration with its partner universities abroad, is introducing the following degree programmes (Two plus Two) for the 2012/2013 academic year.
Statute 22(4) of the New Kumasi Polytechnic Statutes (September 2011 edition) mandates the Internal Audit Directorate, to, in accordance with Internal Audit Agency Act 2003 (Act 658) and in conformity with professional Standards and Procedures provided by the Internal Audit Agency, carries out periodic internal audit of the Polytechnic.
Please find information on the School's Fees Structure for the year 2012 - 2013.
The Director of Finance of Kumasi Polytechnic, Mr Joseph Awuah Dapaah has been enstooled the Twafohene of the Yamfo Traditional Area in the Tano North District of the Brong Ahafo Region.
His stool name is Nana Awuah Dapaah II. The enstoolment ceremony which was held at Yamfo on 5th December, 2011 showcased the camaraderie of the people of Yamfo towards their new Twafohene.
The visiting Vice President of AMATROL Inc. of the US, Mr Jim Steele and his wife Patty, took time off their busy schedule visit a fashion exhibition put up by students of Kumasi Polytechnic.
Jim and Patty Steele toured the New Great Hall exhibition centre, visiting all the various stands which showcased impressive fashion design works by students of the Department of Fashion Design and Textile Studies, Faculty of Creative Arts and Technology.
Jim, in an interview...
A consignment of books valued at about US $6000 has been donated to the Kumasi Polytechnic.
Southern Connecticut State University (SCSU) in the US, which is currently collaborating with the Kumasi Polytechnic to run joint programmes, made the donation.
The books, 100 titles in all and covering titles in Business and Accountancy subjects, were donated primarily for the benefit of the Faculty of Business and Management Studies of the Polytechnic.
Jim Steele, the Vice President of AMATROL Inc., a US based company supplying K-Poly with learning systems and training has paid a two-day visit to the institution to prepare the grounds for a technology transfer and instructor training programme.
Mr Jim Steele, who is VP in charge of Curriculum Development of AMATROL Inc., arrived on Thursday April 26th and held meetings with the Chairman of the Polytechnic Council, Alhaji Salifu Seidu, some council members.