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Aug 21, 2012 at 9:33am
21st August 2012
The Ghanaian Times acknowledges the role private universities play in the economy, in view of the high demand for university education in the country and hence easing the pressure on public institutions.
The paper however regrets that the performance of some graduates from these universities is nothing to write home about.
The Times adds that they are not fit for industry since they cannot deliver, though they have the requisite certificates.
The paper therefore welcomes the decision of the National Accreditation Board, NAB, to roll out a new categorization policy within which private tertiary institutions and universities are to operate.
The Times is happy that with the new policy higher institutions seeking to use the name university will be expected to fulfill all requirements of the NAB and have at least three faculties and three departments.
This the Paper believes will improve the quality of education and encourage competition among private universities.
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