Provost Interacts with 2022/2023 National Service Personnel (NSP)

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Provost in a picture session with National Service Personnel (NSP)

The Provost, Professor Samuel Nii Ardey Codjoe has interacted with the 2022/2023 National Service Personnel (NSP) of the College of Education (COE) as part of a roadshow to familiarise himself with all members of the College.

The meeting with the NSP was to seek firsthand information regarding their work, and if challenges existed and how best management could help mitigate such challenges.

The Provost in his address thanked them for their service to the nation and commended them for accepting to serve in the College of Education. He proceeded to engage them in a conversation, asking about their backgrounds and the skills they hope to acquire during their service.

One of the National Service Personnel of the College during the interaction

Personnel present at the meeting enumerated a number of challenges that hinder their work in the College such as; inadequate office space that creates situations where personnel have to operate a shift system, small classroom sizes, accommodation issues and replacement of some worn-out machines in the various offices.

Provost, during the interaction

The Provost used the opportunity to advice personnel present. He encouraged them to take their service seriously and to make the most of the opportunities available to them. He emphasised the importance of hard work, discipline, and integrity, as these are essential qualities that would serve them well in their future endeavors.

He further hinted on some future prospects in the College with regards to Research and urged personnel to constantly visit the College’s website to abreast themselves with trends in the College.

In his concluding remarks, the Provost called on all present to join him make things work better for all in the College.

Present at the interaction were the College Secretary (Mr. Joseph Oduro Nkansah) and the Assistant Registrar (Ms. Dorinda Nbinmah Yeboah).