The Management of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) says it will not hold a person to person graduation for the class of 2021 amid the novel coronavirus.

The University announced this in a tweet sighted by Ghanascholarship.net . This will be KNUST’s first time to virtually conduct a graduation ceremony for any batch since it’s establishment in 1952.

KNUST class of 2021 to graduate virtually amid COVID-19

KNUST class of 2021 to graduate virtually amid COVID-19
KNUST class of 2021 to graduate virtually amid COVID-19

The Management of the Kumasi-based University decision to hold this year’s graduation virtually is to protect the graduands and other invited persons from contracting the novel coronavirus that has claimed at least 175 lives.

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In a related story, the first female appointed as a Vice-Chancellor for the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) today August 1, 2021, took over duty from Professor Obiri Danso, the former Vice-Chancellor.

 

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