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End Of Second Semester Examination Ends

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End Of Second Semester Examination Ends

The second semester examination for First and Second year students ended on Friday July 26, 2019. For the first time, the mentoring institution, University of Cape Coast, Cape Coast did not assign external supervisors to the College. The end of semester examination was conducted solely by the College.

Understanding that the College does not need the presence of an external supervisor to conduct a credible examination, the supervisor, assistant supervisors and Invigilators worked to maintain the high standard the college have set for itself.

The College management and staff wish all 789 First and Second Year Students safe journey back home as they go down.

The examinations were generally free of negative incidences. Three students reported sick in the course of the examination. Their conditions were not serious to demand that they are sent to the hospital for medical treatment. They were advised to seek professional medical treatments after the papers. No one reported to the examination after a paper had commence. Also, candidates did not misbehave in a manner that dented the smooth conduct of the examination.

However, the College encountered one key challenge. The college had to borrow materials from Obiri-Yeboah Senior High School to enable candidates write Physics I practical. The College’s Physics materials (Load, springs and retort stands) were insufficient. The lesson from this is that the College must step up its efforts at equipping science laboratories to attain a hassle-free organization of science practical examinations.

The College management and staff wish all 789 First and Second Year Students safe journey back home as they go down.

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1986 Post-Middle Year Group Donates Furniture To FOSCO

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1986 Post-Middle Year Group Donates Furniture To FOSCO

TThirty-three years after completing their Teacher Education Programme at Foso College of Education, the 1986 Post-Middle (PM) group returned to College to visit and give back to their alma mater. In a brief hilarious but emotional ceremony to welcome the group and receive the donation, the principal of the College, Dr. Anthony Baabereyir, was full of joy for the group’s visit. He was also full of joy that a year group on their own have sown a seed which he believes will grow to become a mighty three. Receiving the set of furniture, the Principal promised that the College will take good care of the furniture.

The group was grateful to the College for transforming them into responsible citizen. They took the visit as an opportunity to encourage the continuing students to pursue their dreams with hard-work and determination

Moments before the presentation, the spokesperson of the group gave a narration of how they were admitted and transformed by the college. He said while the entry requirement for the three-year Post-secondary Group was GCE O’Level, the entry requirement for the Four-Year Post-Middle Group was Middle School Certificate Examination. The group was grateful to the College for transforming them into responsible citizen. They took the visit as an opportunity to encourage the continuing students to pursue their dreams with hard-work and determination
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