8th June 2020 is the new date set for GIJ students to write their second-semester examination for the 2019/2020 academic year. Students were expected to kick start their examination on the 25th of May 2020, but in a notice signed by the registrar of the Institute Dr. Sika Akoto and copied to gijnewsnetwork, it has been postponed. The announcement of the postponement comes as a … Continue reading GIJ postpones end of second-semester examination.
It is no doubt that the Covid 19 pandemic has made us accustomed to different ways of living even though it has brought lots of glitches to our daily lives. Such glitches include, the ban on public funerals, ban on school conferences, workshops, funerals, festivals, political rallies, church activities, and other related events. The ban which was declared by President Akuffo-Addo in a televised broadcast … Continue reading Kennedy Twumasi writes: Funerals during Covid 19; an adaptable way to cut down cost
A release from the Student Representative Council of the Ghana Institute of Journalism on the 20th of May 2020, reveals that “all school fees defaulters are expected to hold on with the payment of the additional penalty fee until further notice”. The statement was signed by the President of the GIJ src, Joseph Agbezuke, and General Secretary Patrick Nambe. Already students pay GH₵150 for late … Continue reading GIJ fees defaulters advised to hold on with additional penalty fees.
Management of GIJ, have extended the revision week period for the end of semester examination to three weeks. The revision week which is normally for a week has been expanded to three weeks as a result of the Covid 19 pandemic This declaration was made via a notice to students on the 3rd of May 2020, after the SRC petitioned management on Thursday, April 16, … Continue reading GIJ: Management extends revision week period to three weeks.
General Secretary of GIJ SRC, Nambe Patrick has said some student’s inability to receive emails from the institute is attributed to the provision of inactive email addresses during their admission. His statement comes as a result of complaints by some students of their inability to receive a mail from the institute to access a remote access portal. The remote access portal is to aid students … Continue reading Provision of inactive emails has caused students’ inability to receive mails from the Institute – Nambe Patrick.
Management of the Ghana Institute of Journalism has designed an E-Library platform for students to access study resources with ease. In this effect, accounts have been created for all students to use a remote access portal. This is as a result of the Covid 19 pandemic which has forced various academic institutions to move academic activities virtual platforms. This was cited in an email sent … Continue reading GIJ: Management designs E-Library platform for students.
The Executive Committee of GIJ-SRC has called for calm amidst student’s agitation on the provision of data by management since learning has been moved online as a result of the outbreak of the Covid 19 pandemic. According to the body, management is working intensely with telecommunications service providers to initiate an online platform to make learning easier. “As a matter of fact, management, along with … Continue reading GIJ-SRC calls for calm; assures students of an effective e-learning platform