COLTEK SRC Donates to the College

The Students’ Representative Council (SRC) at the College of Technology Education, Kumasi (COLTEK) of the University of Education, Winneba (UEW) has donated six mobile Public Address (PA) Systems and 20 large size litter bins to the College.

The donation of PA Systems and litter bins worth a total of GH₵ 12,000.00 was SRC’s contribution towards effective teaching and learning in a clean environment.

College Registrar, Mr. Michael K. Adu (second right) and other Senior Members arriving for the official presentation of the Litter Bins​

 

Receiving the items, the Ag. Principal of COLTEK, Prof. Frederick Kwaku Sarfo described the gesture as timely, thoughtful and praiseworthy. He said COLTEK Management was aware of how challenging it had been for the SRC Executives during the 2018/2019 academic year.

He therefore, commended them highly for being able to team up with Management to navigate around the various challenges that arose and succeeding in preventing potential students’ unrests and their likely attendant destruction to property and life on campus. He assured them that the PA Systems would be duly mounted in the classrooms and their security and proper maintenance ensured.

COLTEK SRC Executives at the presentation of the PA Systems

Presenting the PA Systems, the SRC President, Mr. Charles Amartey Tagoe explained that the SRC Executives had observed the inadequacy of PA Systems in the College which impacted adversely on teaching and learning and decided among others to address the challenge.

“It is our expectation that these PA Systems would be mounted in some of the large lecture rooms on campus to address the challenge of lecturers, sometimes, having to shout, making their voices hoarse during lectures in order to be audible enough to the large number of students that usually throng some of the lecture rooms on campus,” he said.

Acting Principal of COLTEK (right) addressing the SRC Executives after the handing over of the items

He was thankful to Management and staff of the College for the support and collaboration extended to them for a successful tenure and hoped that their successors would be accorded same support.

Present at the ceremony were the College Registrar, Mr. Michael Kofi Adu; Deputy Registrar and Head of the University Relations, Mr. Michael Kofi Twum-Ampomah; Head of College Finance, Mr. Geoffrey Mensah; College Librarian, Mr. Seth A. Katsekpor; Senior Estate Officer, Mr. Osei Yaw Baffour Akoto, Head, Department of Academic Affairs, Dr. Charles Baba Campion and the Vice Dean of Student Affairs at COLTEK, Dr Philip OtiAgyen.

(L-R) College Registrar, Mr Michael K. Adu; Head of Academic Affairs, Mr Charles B. Campion and Head of College Finance, Mr. Geoffrey Mensah gracing the presentation 

 

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