Mrs Ursula Owusu Ekuful, the Minister of Communications, has said government is revising the one child one computer policy to empower children with digital literacy to compete globally and contribute to national development.
No African university is among the world's best 300 universities, according to the current global university ranking.
Two students from the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) have challenged Government and other policy makers to use science and technology to address Ghana’s sanitation problems.
A 130-capacity e-library built for the Koforidua Technical University (KTU) from its own internally generated funds, has been officially inaugurated in a ceremony. MTN Ghana Foundation assisted with the supply of computers and accessories to the facility that cost GHS 560,000.00 complete.
In the face of rapid digitization in all disciplines, we need more than just academic qualification to compete favourably out there. Today’s competitive world is looking for passionate problem solvers. People who can tackle problems with confidence and find effective and efficient solution to them.