Globe Loud

Best Educative Blog Ever

Akatsico takes its library online

AKATSICO TAKES ITS LIBRARY ONLINE.

An exclusive interview conducted by TWJ News Desk has revealed that Akatsi College Of Education (Akatsico) is undertaking an electronic library project aimed at improving trainees’ education in the College.

Akatsi College of Education is located in the Volta

The sector of TTAG.

According to Mr. John Engelbert Seddoh, Principal of the College the project is not about putting up a new building. It is all about making the college ICT compliant by- producing e-books and other teaching and learning materials online.

He further added that It will also make it easier for students to access relevant materials from other libraries both local and international.

This project has become necessary as a result of the introduction of electronic learning in the various colleges of education due to the Covid-19 pandemic which brought a halt on
academic activities.

Interviews conducted so far in some colleges of education by our news desk suggest that most colleges have secured WiFi connection with the aid of T-TEL. This is mainly to improve academic purposes.

Akatsico is one of the most beautiful colleges in Ghana and a college of Choice

The Principal of Akatsi College of Education (Akatsico), Mr.John Engelbert Seddoh has
said that his college is now a college of choice and the most beautiful among all colleges in the country.

He said this in an interview with TTAG Weekly Journal (TWJ).

According to him, Akatsico is now a center of excellence and its campus has been given a facelift. It’s possibly the most beautiful College in Ghana, he said.

Brief History of the College

Akatsi College of Education was first established as Akatsi Training College on 1 October 1963.

The college was officially opened on 25 October 1963 with a teaching staff of 4 including the principal and 42 male students.
The first batch of students numbered 42 were admitted from Accra, half of them were staff of the worker’s Brigade who opted to be trained as teachers. Hence, many of them were from outside the Volta Region.

By 28 October, the students’ population had risen to
56.

The college became coeducational in the 1967/68 academic year when 24 female students were admitted. The college has remained coeducational to date.

Source:educationgh.com

Updated: October 13, 2020 — 2:26 pm

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Globe Loud © 2021 Frontier Theme