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Kumasi: Baptist University College Holds 13th Congregation, Chancellor Urges Gov’t, Business Owners To Be Compassionate To Fresh Graduates In Respect To Job Seeking.

Baptist University College Holds 13th Congregation, Chancellor Urges Gov’t, Business Owners To Be Compassionate To Fresh Graduates In Respect To Job Seeking.

The Chancellor of Baptist University College in Kumasi Ashanti region, Rev. Dr. Ernest Adu-Gyamfi has appealed to the government and Business Owners in the country to have sympathetic pity and concern for the sufferings of fresh graduates when they apply for job opportunities after graduation.

Rev Dr. Ernest Adu-Gyamfi

According to the Chancellor, Employers require CV and years experiences before giving employment to job seekers and that has become a posing challenge to new graduates who lack CV and have no practical job experience.

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Rev. Dr. Ernest Adu-Gyamfi made this appeal during the University College’s 13th congregation with the theme dubbed “Is The Current Educational System Adequate For The Needs Of Industry?”

479 students graduated and were credited with awards of degrees and diplomas from the University of Cape Coast.

The breakdown is as follows; Business School (Degree-197, Diploma-59), School of Theology and Ministry (MAM-19, Degree-52, Diploma-48), School of Arts and Soc. Scs. Educ. (Degree-29), (Diploma-32), Graduates School (MBA-38), School of Health and Allied Sciences(Degre-5).

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The school has since its establishment graduated over 5,000 students in various disciplines including: Marketing, Entrepreneurship, Human Resource Management, Theology and Ministry, Accounting, Banking and Finance Education, French/English and General Nursing.

He used the period and admonished students to develop their mindset in their field of study in order to make something meaningful for themselves after completion.

Addressing the stakeholders and the participants, Rev. Dr. Ernest Adu-Gyamfi requested the government to turn It’s face to the private Universities as they have been stabbed by the covid repercussions.

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The Chief Executive Officer of Thonket group of companies Mr. Anthony Adu Nketiah who was the guest speaker on the theme charged the academia to ensure harmony and connection or rapport with the business industries so that they can work together after graduating from colleges.

Mr. Anthony Adu Nketiah, CEO Thonket Group

He asked the academia and students to identify problems in the industries before embarking on research since some of their exploration are irrelevant to business.

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