Tertiary Students Reports To School, After Months of Covid-19 Break

No fresh concerns have been encountered during the registration process.

Tertiary Students Reports To School, After Months of Covid-19 Break
Bagabaga College of Education

As Tertiary Institutions across the country resumed its academic calendar on Monday, January 11, 2021, authorities of some of the school's in the Northern Region on Monday 11, January 2021 fully commenced Registration of students onto campus.

The Institutions visited included the University for Development Studies, Tamale Training College, and the Bagabaga College of Education.

At the time of the visit to the Bagabaga College of Education, students were busy cleaning their dormitories after going through the necessary registration process.

Mr Abudu Lukman. the internal auditor of the school in an interview with SoireeNews expressed satisfaction over the school arrangements in welcoming the students.


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According to him, those who have arrived so far have not encountered any challenge during the registration process, and he hoped it continues same in the coming days.

Mr Abudu said, the school have made adequate arrangements for the fight against the covid-19, and by extension prevent students from coming into contact with the virus.

He assured the facility preparedness to provide accommodation, and other needed materials to the students as they report.

He noted that the students will be oriented on Wednesday, January 13m 2021 before classes begin.

He used the opportunity and charged the fresh students to learn hard, and not to gamble with their future.

Some of the new students also shared their views to SoireeNews about their first day in the school and thanked their marker for including them in this year's academic calendar.

Nurudeen Ibrahim, Tamale Regional Correspondent