January 2017

Ghana National History Day - Judging Criteria

GHANA NATIONAL HISTORY DAY

TEMPLATES FOR JUDGING CRITERIA FOR GHANA NATIONAL HISTORY DAY PRODUCTS


GHANA NATIONAL HISTORY DAY

JUDGING CRITERIA:PAPER

 

Historical Quality 60%        Relation to Theme 20%      Clarity of Presentation (20%)

 

JUDGING CRITERIA

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Be active instruments of development – VC tells Senior Members in the Registrar's Department

The Vice-Chancellor of the University of Education, Winneba, Professor Mawutor Avoke has called on all Senior Members in the Offices of the Registrar to be active instruments in the development of the University System. He said “Administrators are not mere passive instrument in the development of the University System but hold the key to building a strong University System in this 21st century”.

Don’t Cheat in Examinations – V. C. Tells Matriculants

The Vice-Chancellor of the University of Education, Winneba has advised matriculants candidly not to cheat in examinations or quizzes but rather urged them to adopt positive attitude towards their studies. He made this statement at the Matriculation ceremony held for freshmen and women offering various courses under the Distance Education of the Institute for Educational Development and Extension (IEDE-UEW) on Wednesday January 11, 2017 at the Jophus Anamuah Conference Centre, North Campus.

Cadmium, lead, arsenic and mercury levels in earthenware clay deposits at Vume, in the south Tongu District of Ghana, Using Atomic Absorption spectrophotometric technique

This paper screened for potentially harmful heavy metals such as As, Pb, Cd and Hg in earthenware clay deposits at Vume in the Volta region of Ghana using Atomic Absorption Spectrophotometric (AAS) technique. The concentrations of As in the clay samples ranged from 0.90 μg/g to 2.04 μg/g with a mean of 1.49 μg/g, and standard deviation of 0.47. Lead levels ranged from 2.85 μg/g to 4.08 μg/g with a mean of 3.67 μg/g, and a standard deviation of 0.38.