The President of the Presbyterian University College of Ghana (PUCG), Professor Ebenezer Oduro Owusu, revealed that the institution had admitted more female students than male students in 2022.
He did so during their 19th matriculation at the Asante Akyem campus of the institution at Agogo. Apparently, 702 students who were admitted are made up of 419 female and 283 male.
Prof Owusu also made mention of some keynotes during his speech at the event.
The institution is set to embark on a peer invigilation system to effectively push out the traditional invigilation routine by lecturers or supervisors.
Prof Owusu also talked about the plan of the institution to enhance education through e-learning and the use of e-learning platforms and has appealed to the government to support the agenda.
Apparently, the campus at Okwahu is already using the Ghana Academic and Research Network (GARNET).
Prof. Owusu demonstrated that arrangements were far cutting edge for the beginning of the School of Engineering at the Obo office which was given by the Obohene, Nana Yeboah Afari Obuagyan II.
He also revealed their intentions to expand with other programmes such as Materials Engineering, Electrical/Electronic Engineering and Automotive Engineering.
He urged the students to develop decent lifestyles and warned them against going against the code of conduct which would result in facing punishment.