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LIBRARY


The Library houses various forms of materials which support teaching, learning and research in the College; it also has various journals titles with few on current subscription. The Library collection is divided into two sections;

  • The Lending Section: This section houses books which could be borrowed by users for reading outside the Library premises. This section also houses project work of students, journals and newspapers.
  • The Reference Section: This section accommodates the collection of reference books in all the academic disciplines taught in the College as well as dictionaries, encyclopedias and world books.

 

Opening and Closing time

The Library is opened to readers only at the following times:

Monday-Friday                                             9:00am – 9:00pm

Saturdays                                                        9:00am – 12:00noon.

Sundays and on all Public Holidays        11:00am-6:00pm

 

 

LIBRARY RULES AND REGULATION


Before you are registered as a user of Jasikan college of education library, you must read carefully through the abridged rules and regulation below and sign an undertaking that you will abide by the rules and regulations that govern the use of the library.

  • The library is open to only registered members of the College. It shall, therefore, be an offence to bring a Non-College student into the library without the permission of the Librarian.
  • You will be required to show your I.D. card before being admitted into the library and at the circulation desk and other sections of the library as it may be required.
  • Fines will be imposed for the late return of library materials. This will be calculated at the rate of 50 pesewas per day up to seven days and thereafter 1 cedis per day plus a loss of borrowing facilities until the library material is returned. The fines are subject to periodic review by the Library Committee.
  • Mutilating of library materials shall attract suspension for a semester as well as replacing the item with three copies.
  • Stealing shall attract a suspension for a semester and the case reported to the college authority for further action.
  • Individuals who damage or misplaces a book / material shall be charged three times the current cost of the book / material.
  • Silence is to be observed at all times in the Library.
  • Eating/Drinking in any part of the library is strictly prohibited. This includes toffees, fruits, candies, drinks etc.
  • Personal items should be deposited with the library staff at the entrance of the library and a tag collected as receipt. Materials so deposited are done at the owner’s risk and the library cannot be held responsible for the loss of or damage to any item so deposited. The library staff at security post has authority to inspect any material being taken out of the library.
  • The use of Mobile Phones and other electronic gadgets in the library is strictly prohibited. You are required to switch off your mobile phones whilst in the library.
  • Displaying of posters in the library and its precincts is prohibited except at designated areas with the permission of the Librarian.
  • No seat shall be reserved by or for any reader. Any seat reserved shall be cleared by the library staff for use by others.
  • The laws governing copyright should be observed when making request for the photocopy.
  • All books and other materials borrowed from the library must be returned by the Last Day of each semester.
  • Failure to do this result in examinations results being withheld until the material(s) are returned.

NOTE: The above rules and regulations are subject to periodic review.

College Anthem

COLLEGE ANTHEM


All hail the name of JASICO!

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COLLEGE PLEDGE


While a student of JASICO,

HELP me oh God to think accurately and honestly;

To train all the powers of my body and soul

And to love and serve thee always

Help me to honour thy name and when I become a Teacher

Use me that the pupils of my class and school will do the same

            Make me obedient, understanding and friendly

So that happiness and fellowship, both at work and play

            May abound within the walls of JASICO

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Grading System

ASSESSMENT IN THE DIPLOMA

(BASIC EDUCATION) PROGRAMME


 

Assessment

The policy document on the Diploma (Basic Education) Program recommends that the assessment of students should be based on 40% Continuous Assessment (CA) and 60% End of Semester Examinations.  The type of CA envisaged is the continuous in-course teacher assessment' where tutors play a major role in the generation and collation of CA. Assessment forms part of the whole cycle of learning and not just an external phenomenon. Mentors and Link Tutors will complete assessment protocols based on buy essay trainees’ observations and feedback sessions during the “Out” component of the Programme.

 

Continuous Assessment

Course tutors will handle the CA component of the assessment but will be guided by the following as the number of minimum assessments to be recorded in a course for each semester.

 

S/No

Credit Hours

Minimum

Number of Quizzes

Minimum

Number of Assignments

Total

CA

1

One Credit

One Assignment                  (10-Marks)

One Quiz/Test                (30-Marks)

40

2

Two Credit

One Assignment                        (10-Marks)

Two Quiz/Test               (30-Marks)

40

3

Three Credit

Two  Assignment               (15-Marks)

Two Quiz/Test                  (25-Marks)

40

 

The Colleges will monitor and moderate the question and scoring procedures used in generating the CA scores. Principals, Vice Principals and Assessment Officers and Heads of Department will assist in this direction.

 

Class Attendance in The Semester Course Unit System (SCUS)

To obtain a grade for a course, the student shall not absent him/herself for more than the equivalent three weeks contact hours for the course.

 

  • For a one-credit course, the number of classes missed by the students shall not exceed three (3) credit contact hours for the course;

  • for a two-credit course, the number of classes missed by the student shall not exceed six (6) credit contact hours for the course; and for a

  • A three-credit course, the number of classes missed shall not exceed nine (9) credit contact hours for the course.

 

If for medical reasons, a student cannot meet the class attendance requirements. He/she must be advised to withdraw voluntarily from the course through the due process. To get approval for voluntary withdrawal, the student must submit a medical report certified by a recognized medical doctor.

 

End of Semester Examinations

A semester lasts for sixteen weeks. The End-of-Semester Examinations will be conducted at the colleges by the Institute of Education on behalf of Teacher Education Division. GES. In line with the Semester Course Unit System (SCUS) of the University of Cape Coast, the fourteenth week will be used as revision week whilst the last two weeks will be used for the End-of Semester Examinations.

 

Duration of End-Of Semester Examinations
The duration of End-of-Semester Examinations will be determined by the credit weighting of the course as follows:

 

  • 1 credit course – 1 to 1 ½ hours

  • 2 credits course – 1 ½ to 2 hours

  • 3 credits course –     2 to 3 hours

 

Marking of End-Of-Semester Examination Scripts

A centralized residential-conference marking is organized by the Institute of Education for the End-of-Semester Examinations.

 

Grading Scale

In accordance with the Academic Regulations of UCC, the following scheme will be used.

 

Raw Score

Grade

Credit Value

Interpretation

80 -100

A

4.0

Excellent

75 – 79

B+

3.5

Very Good

70 – 74

B

3.0

Good

65 – 69

C+

2.5

Average

60 – 64

C

2.0

Fair

55 – 59

D+

1.5

Barely Satisfactory

50 – 54

D

1.0

Weak Pass

Below 50

E

0.0

Fail

 

 

 

Counseling Unit

Guidance and Counseling Unit


The unit offers academic, personal and social counseling services. Counseling services are also available for students on personal and social issues like:

  • Inability to cope with the general life at the

  • Loneliness and feeling of inadequacy.

  • Interpersonal matters (conflicts between students, making friends, ). Religious and spiritual matters.

  • Emotional difficulties

The unit also provides technical assistance to students in the following areas:

  • Educational guidance

  • Professional guidance

  • Social and Moral guidance and their respective services

The class advisors assigned to the various classes serves as academic counsellors to the students. These academic counselors offer help relating to professional writer service difficulties in studies and related matters pertaining to academic work.

SRC

S. R. C. CONSTITUTION


cropped-cropped-JASICO11.pngPREAMBLE:

We the S.R.C. realizing the need to ensure co-operation, taking cognizance of the fact that problems of students need to be solved through peaceful means, wishing to bridge the gap between students and authorities, do hereby adopt this constitution as a guide for students, which shall inculcate and instill discipline and development and ensure the protection of the right of all.

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This body shall be known as the Students’ Representative Council of Jasikan College of Education hereafter referred to as the SRC. (JASICO S.R.C.).

 

cropped-cropped-JASICO11.png Function of SRC

The SRC shall be responsible for representing students duly admitted and registered to study in the College. The SRC shall be the official mouthpiece of all students and participates actively in the administration of the College through their representatives on various committees including Library, Disciplinary, Health, Academic Board and Chaplaincy.  Among other things, the SRC

  • shall be the highest decision making body of the student level administration;

  • shall formulate policies of the student level administration;

  • shall issue communiqués on issues of serious concern.

 

Aims and Responsibilities of SRC


cropped-cropped-JASICO11.pngThe aim of the SRC shall be;

  • To bring students in all year groups together for the purpose of effective student level administration.

  • To promote good student-student relationship

  • To promote good Tutor-Student relationship

  • To promote high academic standards (Study Culture) in students.

  • To suggest ways and means of improving upon the College level administration

  • To hold frequent meetings to know the problems of students and find solutions to them

  • (means of solving them)

  • To help identify pertinent issues in the college which can cause misunderstanding between students and College administration, and to recommend desirable/amicable means or ways of Curtailing such problems.

  • To undertake yearly projects for the development of the college.

The SRC shall be responsible for;

  • Promoting the general welfare and interest of students,

  • Presenting the views of students of the College to appropriate body or bodies depending on the nature of the issue,

  • Establishing links and maintaining cordial relationships with students of other Colleges of Education, Universities and voluntary organisations in the country,

  • Nominating student representatives to serve on appropriate College Committees

  • Promoting cordial relationship among ALL sections of the College community and maintaining good relationship with past students of the College.

cropped-cropped-JASICO11.png SUPREMACY OF THE CONSTITUTION

The constitution of the council shall be the supreme law governing all the affairs of the student-level administration. It renders null and voids any act or enactment which is contrary to the provisions of the constitution.

cropped-cropped-JASICO11.pngORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE OF SRC

The structure of the SRC shall consist of:

  • Executive Council

  • General Assembly

  • The Constitutional Council

  • The Council of Elders

 

A:  Executive Council:

The executive council shall comprise;

  • The President

  • The Vice President

  • The Welfare officer

  • The General Secretary

  • The Organising Secretary

  • The College Dining Hall prefect

  • The S.R.C. Chief Whip

  • Two (2) Representatives from Level 100(One from each Program Early Childhood and General Program). The class representatives to the SRC;

    1. shall be responsible for all S.R.C. affairs in their various classrooms;

    2. shall seek the views and grievances of their various classes

 

A:1 Functions of the Executive Council

The functions of the Executive Council shall include but not limited to;

  • serve as an advisor body to individual members of the SRC,

  • shall assist in the implementation of policies that affect students in the College

  • take decisions on behalf of all students

  • It shall implement decisions and policies of the Council.

 

B:  General Assembly:

The general shall comprise

  • The Executives

  • Class Captains, Class Secretary and a member nominated by the class

  • Hall representatives (Hall President, Hall Welfare, Hall Secretary)

  • All other college prefects

  • The members of the General Assembly shall be elected or nominated prefects as prescribed by the College.

  • At meetings of the General Assembly, the president, any five executive officers and one (1) member from at least six (6) classes, two (2) hall presidents represented at the General Assembly shall form a

  • All decisions of the General Assembly shall be by simple majority of members present and in writing at a An emergency meeting of the General Assembly may be called by the president or at the request of at least six (6) executives and or six (6) class representatives in writing to the General Assembly.

  • The president shall be obliged to comply with such a request, provided that the request is made in writing stating the agenda, date, and venue and shall reach the SRC Secretariat at least three (3) working days before the fixed date for the proposed

  • The General Assembly may appoint or form an adhoc committee, as it deems fit for the efficient running of the SRC. Membership of such committees need not be restricted by the General Assembly.

  • There shall be at least (2) General Assembly meetings in a semeste

The Council of Elders

The council of Elders shall comprise of the Students’ Affairs Officer and two (2) senior members of staff.

The Council of Elders shall

  • Act as advisors to the SRC.

  • Resolve conflicts among members of the SRC

 

 

 cropped-cropped-JASICO11.png ELECTION

  • With the exception of the College President, Vice President, Secretary and Assistant, Welfare Officer, Deputy Vice President and Dining Hall Prefect, all other members of the executive council thus; , Organizer and Assistant and Whip and Assistant shall be elected by the members of S.R.C.

  • The Secretary Elect must win ⅔ of the votes of the electorate/members of the council.

  • With the exception of the secretary, all other positions require a simple majority to be elected into office.

  • With the exception of the observers, all members have the right to vote.

  • The nominated candidates are required to give an oral manifesto.

  • The Secretary, Organizer and whip must be second year students.

 

cropped-cropped-JASICO11.png TTAG OFFICIAL

  • All TTAG officials, both sector and National are automatic members of S.R.C. and mandated to participate in all activities of the house.

  • With reference to article 4, section A, sub-section VI, the observers shall comprise of one (1) selected member of each club in the college and the press corps.

ARTICLE VIII:  COMMITTEES:

  1. A. To facilitate the work of the S.R.C. the executive shall have the power to appoint ad-hoc committees to investigate and report to the council on all acts of students which are considered to be prejudicial injurious or detrimental to the reputation of the S.R.C.

  • The S.R.C. may set up committees as and when it deems it fit.

  • Such Committees shall be obliged to report back to S.R.C.

  • The Chairman of S.R.C. has the right to select/nominate a member of a committee.

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A: Executive Meeting

  • There shall be one Executive meeting in a month;

  • Emergency meetings of the executive shall however be convened as and when necessary.

  • Two-thirds (⅔) of the Executive shall form the quorum.

 

B:  General Assembly Meeting

  • There shall be at least one general meeting of the SRC and the entire student body in a semester.

  • Unless otherwise stated quorum for general meetings shall be fifty percent (50%) of the membership including the Chairman.

 

  SOURCES OF INCOME:

  1. The house shall generate its own income through semester dues which is adjustable with time.

  2. The house may device any other means of generating income when the need arises.

  • The financial accounts of the house shall be read at the end of the academic year prior to the handing over ceremony

  SIGNATORIES TO THE SRC ACCOUNTS

Signatories to the SRC account shall comprise of;

  • The Students’ Affairs Officer

  • The SRC President

  • the Welfare and

  • A female leader to be appointed by the Students’ Affairs Officer in consultation with the Principal if a lady is not the Deputy Prefect or the Assistant Deputy.


 

Audit of SRC Account

The SRC shall present to the Principal through the Students’ Affairs Officer, an annual statement of its income and expenditure signed by the Treasurer, President and Secretary by July 31 each year. The account shall be audited as directed by the Principal and displayed on the students’ notice board.

DISCIPLINE

 

  • All cases of indiscipline shall be referred to the executive council for action

  • Any member of the house who absents himself/herself from official meeting without permission will be sanctioned on directive from the executive council.

  • Appropriate measures/punishment shall be given / meted to the offender in conformity to the offence committed.

  • Continual absenteeism may lead a member to a total dismissal.

  • Any member of the house who comes to meeting late shall be made to pay an amount of 20Gp adjustable with time, however, total absenteeism without permission will attract an amount of 50Gp also adjustable with time.

  • Any punishment pronounced by the council shall be approved by the Chairman of the S.R.C.

  • once the house is seated for proceeding, no member shall leave without the permission of the Whip.


 

DUTIES OF S.R.C. EXECUTIVE


cropped-cropped-JASICO11.pngS.R.C. President (Senior Prefect)

  • Presides over all S.R.C. meetings

  • He/she is the chief spokesman at S.R.C. meeting

  • He/she represents the S.R.C. at external meeting

  • He/she can call and postpone meeting at anytime

  • He/she is a signatory to the S.R.C. bank account

  • He/she has a veto in all decisions taken at all meetings and every discussion of the house. But the veto could be over-ruled by a ⅔ majority.

  • All other prefects are responsible to the SRC President and he/she shall act as a link between the students and/or the tutors or administration.

  • He/she shall ensure that the students are present at all approved gathering assembly.

  • He/she shall convene S R C meeting to advice prefects who are not up and doing.

  • He/she shall charge prefects to enforce discipline at all college gatherings.

  • He/she must have sound knowledge of all the regulations of the college and to correct the students for any laxity in discipline.

  • He/she must be tolerant, humble and listen to his tutors for advice.

  • He/she shall ensure that stubborn and disrespectful students are disciplined.

  • He/she must however discourage punishments which are not justified and do not commensurate to the offence.

  • He/she shall not try to handle cases above him. For example, suspension cases must be reported to the Students’ Affairs Officer for action.

  • The College prefect serves on the disciplinary committee of the college.

  • The S.R C President is expected to take decisions which will promote the welfare of the college.

 

cropped-cropped-JASICO11.pngThe Vice President

  • He/she acts as the chairman in the absence of S.R.C. chairman

  • He/she is in charge of discipline in the college

  • Shall select the prefects on duty on consultation with the College prefect and making it known to them on the first day of the week. (i.e. Sunday).

  • Shall ensure that prefects on duty do their work efficiently.

  • Shall deal with students who may disobey the prefects on duty or college prefects.

  • Shall referred cases above him/her to the senior prefect for punishment and action.

  • Shall be in charge of discipline among students at all levels and college gathering.

  • Shall introduce the College President when he/she wants to address the student body.

  • Shall live beyond reproach in order to win the respect of all students.

  • Shall check indiscipline among both women and men at all times.

  • Shall undertake any duty assign him/her by the President.

  • Shall discourage disobedience and disrespectful act among students by punishing any student who commits any offence.

  • Shall make sure that all students leave their dormitories for assembly or classes on time.

  • Shall report cases pertaining to breaking college rules and regulation to the appropriate senior staff.

  • Shall ensure that all notices are approved and available for the students.

  • Shall serve on the college disciplinary committee and chair the S R C disciplinary committee.

  • Shall team up with other core prefects to monitor the attitude of the entire student population towards academic work.

  • He/she must be in constant touch with the Vice Principal for the supply of educational materials.

  • Registers and other relevant class attendance materials must be sent to Vice Principal on every Friday after classes and collect same on Monday morning by the Deputy Senior Prefect.

 

The S R C General Secretary.

  • Shall write all correspondence of the S R C.

  • Shall receive and direct all correspondence of the S R C.

  • Shall write minutes at both executive and general meeting.

  • Shall organized and summon meetings by collaborating with the president.

  • Shall be responsible for all S R C publicity.

  • Shall keep proper and accurate records of the S R C activities.

  • Shall assist in collecting S R C DUES and levies and banking the money.

  • Shall be the custodian of all S R C documents.

  • Sees to proper documentation of S.R.C. records

  • Must attend all meeting on behalf of the S.R.C.

  • Can represent the chairman at external meeting

  • Must prepare a report from S.R.C. meeting to the administration a day

  • after the meeting

  • Must in collaboration with the chairman prepare report from the college

  • at TTAG meeting both General and Congress

Dining Hall Prefect (DO)

  • Shall act in the absence of the Deputy vice chairman

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  • Shall ensure that there is absolute peace in the dining hall.

  • Shall first check that meals on each table is set.

  • shall encourage punctuality to the dining hall for meals.

  • Shall charge the table heads to maintain order in the dining hall.

  • Shall keep up and down movements in the hall under control.

  • shall address the student body when there is indiscipline in the hall.

  • Shall keep students’ tension under control should they show their disapproval for a particular meal.

  • Shall be present during meals and at where he can be easily located.

  • Shall discourage sending of food out of the dining hall.

  • Shall make sure students are in their proper attire during meals.

  • Shall ensure that all students get their meals.

  • Shall report cases of gross indiscipline to the College prefect or the weekly tutors.

  • Shall allow only written announcements in the hall.

SRC Welfare Officer

  • He/she acts in the absence of the Dining hall prefect

  • Sees to the welfare of the members during meeting

  • Works with the S.R.C. organizer

  • He/she is a signatory to the S.R.C. bank account

  • Prepares and distributes statements of account to members prior to handing over

  • (preferably a week)

  • Renders statement of account at the end of the academic year

  • He is an automatic Financial secretary and his or her everyday expenses must first

  • meet the approval of the S.R.C.

  • Shall serve on the disciplinary committee, which comprises the Students’ Affairs Officer, the house parents, the class adviser of the offenders, the SRC President, the Deputy and under the Chairmanship of the Vice Principal.

  • Shall see to it that students are treated fairly.

  • Shall receive complaints of maltreatment or unfair treatment among students and help the affected or aggrieved students to seek redress through the appropriate channel.

  • Shall not handle house cases which could have been resolved by the house master or mistress.

  • Shall report students’ complaint which he cannot handle to the Senior Prefect, who may accompany him or her to the master on duty for settlement.

  • He/she shall act as adviser to students and counsel students against bad habits such as drunkenness, stealing, disrespect for authorities and colleagues, dodging of classes, trading with fellow students, breaking of bounds and other vices.

  • Shall play a leading role in supervising S.R C Projects.

  • Shall record all financial transactions and give accurate report to the S R C.

  • Shall assist in collecting S R C DUES and levies and banking the money.

Entertainment Prefect

  • Shall chair S R C entertainment committee.

  • Shall make sure that all students put on prescribed attire during entertainment.

  • Shall liaised with the PODs to supervise students to arrange the hall before the time for entertainment is due.

  • Shall make sure all students are gathered for entertainment.

  • Shall conduct roll call occasionally to ensure that all students are present.

  • shall discourage profane statements or derogatory remarks during entertainment.

  • shall report stubborn students to the appropriate officer for action.

  • Shall consult the entertainment master for any development about the programmes for necessary correction.

  • Shall ensure that the entertainment programmes start at 7.00pm and ends at 9.30pm.

  • Shall submit the entertainment Programme to the tutor in charge for vetting and presentation to staff.

  • shall remind tutors of the entertainment program and invite them every Saturday.

 


 

Sports Prefect

  1. Must take instructions from sports master.

  2. The sports prefects are charged with the responsibility of taking students for jogging

  3. They will assist the sports master to train the athletes.

  4. They must act as leaders, giving encouragement to the sports men; they must display sportsmanship even in the face of defeat.

  5. They must check indiscipline and report any serious cases to the sports master for action.

  6. To co-ordinate between the house sports prefects.

  7. The senior most acts as the secretary to the sports committee. This responsibility could, however be delegated to any other junior one

 

Health Prefect

  • Must see to the general sanitation of the compound.

  • Must inspect all plots each morning.

  • Must see to it that bathrooms and toilets are scrubbed at least once a week.

  • Must give first aid.

  • Must accompany sportsmen as the first aid officer.

  • Must see to it that the college dispensary is kept neat and clean.

  • Should ensure the necessary first aid drugs are available, through the master responsible for health.

  • Must be in the know when students are admitted to Hospital.

 

Prefects On Duty (P.O.D.)

  • The prefects on duty have to play supervisory role each week.

  • They must maintain order at all College gatherings.

  • They must check lateness, absenteeism and noise making at all College gathering.

  • They must also ensure that students are in their correct attire.

  • Announcements will be made by the general P.O. D or any of the P.O.Ds.

  • The announcement must be written in the notebook provided for it.

  • Punishments must merit the offence.

  • O.D will work under the prefects’ respective core prefects.

  • Stubborn students should be reported to the master on duty for punishment by the P.O.D.

 

House Prefects

  • All house prefects should ensure there is discipline among their house members.

  • They should discourage house members from going to cause trouble in other houses.

  • They should ensure that the cubicles and the surroundings are kept neat always; and beds properly laid.

  • They should send back any student who fails to sweep his/her plot to do so before going to class.

  • They should check the roll from time to time.

  • They should report students who may not be in bed at night to the House master or Mistress.

  • They should make sure students leave the dormitories for College gathering on time.

  • They should lead their houses to compete healthily with others.

  • They should be concerned with the welfare of their house members. They should be approachable.

  • They are to ensure that there is discipline in their houses.

  • Serious cases of indiscipline must be reported to the housemaster/mistress.

 


 

Cubicle Monitors

  • Cubicle monitors must bring to the notice of the house captain, students who would travel and would not come back on time.

  • Cubicle keys should always be with the cubicle monitor during contact hours and they must be fair and firm. They must help the house captains in collection of beds in the house.

  • Cubicle monitors must ensure that every student obeys the rising bell and observes lights out in the house.

  • They must make sure that every student observes siesta for 45 minutes after classes from 2.30pm to 3.25pm.

  • They must work hand in hand with the class captains to maintain peace and order in the house.

  • They must work together with the captains to check those who leave their classrooms to sleep during contact hours.

  • If any student is sick and needs rest, cubicle monitors must ensure that the person seeks permission from the housemaster/house mistress before allowing him/her to go and sleep or rest.

  • They must see to it that, every student attends college gatherings.

  • They must insist on neatness and dressing of beds with white bed sheets

 

Article XIV:  THE SRC DISCIPLINARY COMMITTEE

  • Shall see to disciplinary issues in the college

  • The runner-up of the A.S.P shall be the chairman for this committee

  • The chairman in collaboration with the core prefects shall elect other member of the committee

  • Any case to be tried shall first be known to the S.R.C. chairman and other core prefects.

  • The A.S.P must be among the panel of the D.C.

  • Members must be highly disciplined students.

  • Must be fair and firm in their dealings.

  • Must report cases tried to the S.R.C. Chairman/Core prefects.

 

The Constitutional Council

The constitutional Council of the SRC shall comprise of;

  • The Vice President as the Chairman of the Council

  • ALL Class representatives.


Functions of the Constitutional Council

The Constitutional Council Shall:

  • Receive all suggestions in relation to amendments of the constitution and deliberate on it

  • Submit all proposals of amendments to the Executive Council and the SRC Secretariat

  • Perform all function relating to the drafting, copying and printing of the constitution.

COLLEGE COMMITTEES ON WHICH THE SRC IS REPRESENTED

The Health Committee

Membership

  • Students’ Affairs Officer (Chairman)

  • The College Sports Master

  • Student Infirmarians

Functions

Subject to the directions of Management,

supervise and direct the operations of the infirmary and such other matters relating to health of students and other matters delegated to it.

The Library Committee

Membership

  • Vice Principal (Chairman)

  • Representatives of Departments,

  • Librarian, and

  • Elected representatives of the SRC

 

Functions

Subject to the directions of the Academic Board, to supervise and direct the operations of the Library and such other matters as may be delegated to it.

The Disciplinary Committee
Membership

  • College Secretary (Chairman)

  • Students’ Affairs Officer,

  • Two senior Members of staff,

  • SRC President and Vice President

Functions

Subject to the directions of the Principal, ensure that students refrain from any actions likely to cause embarrassment to the College and/or impinge on the rights of other members of the College community.

Shall handle all cases of breach of discipline, punishment may involve fines, suspension or dismissal.

 

Academic Departments

There are six Academic Departments whose heads are nominated by members of the departments and approved by council. These are;

Department

Heads of Department

     Education and Professional Studies

Mr. Gasu Daniel Oliver

     Languages Education

Mr. Akpeleasi Agbemor K

     Mathematics and ICT Education

Mr. Gbogbo Daniel Yao

     Science Education

Mr. Dogbe Nani Wisdom

     Social Science Education

Mr. Issaka Jacob

     Vocational & Technical Skills Education

Mama Akporhor III

 

College Council

MEMBERS OF THE COLLEGE COUNCIL


Chairman

Hon. Kwesi Aboagye

Principal

Mr. Wiafe Hammond

Representative of NCTE

Mrs. Agnes Balasu

Government Nominees

Mrs. Faustina Amewuda

Ms. Akoi Diana Ross

Representative of Ministry of Education

  1. K. Buadi

Representative of Affiliate University

Dr. Charles B. Duedu

Representative of National Teaching Council

Mrs. Esther Yeboah Adzimah

Representative of Students’ Representative Council

Mr. Godsway Tawiah

Representative of Alumni

Mr. Godwin Kwadzo Ablo

Representative of Teaching Staff

Rev. Fr. E. B. K. Kosikumah

Representative of TEWU

Mr. Raymond W. S. Assisi

Ex-Officio Members

 

Emmanuel Kwami Agbadzi                          Vice Principal

 Johnson Kwami Akpabli                               College Secretary

Seth Paa-Quao Walker                                   College Accountant

Students Affairs

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Students’ Affairs Officer


The Students’ Affairs Officer is accountable and responsible to the Principal for the overall supervision of students in the college. Heshe is also responsible for signing all external exeats on behalf of the Principal of the College. Leaving the campus without permission carries a two-week internal suspension.

 

Hall Wardens


The Hall wardens or residence hall masters are responsible for the discipline and welfare of students in their respective halls. They are also responsible for granting internal exeats to students’ in their respective halls of residence. They are therefore to make themselves available for consultation in any matter the students consider important for their welfare. The Hall warden reports to the Students’ Affairs Officer.


Hall Accounts


Each Hall shall open an Account with GCB Bank in town in the name of the Hall. The Hall Wardens shall collect all dues and any levies approved by the Principal. All contributions by members and other monies as may be derived from any venture undertaken by the Hall shall be paid into the Accounts within 48 hours of receipt.  The signatories to the Account shall be the, Hall President, the financial secretary and the Hall Warden.

 

 

Facilities On Campus


The College has the following facilities available to staff and students to facilitate access to information in a serene environment for achieving their spiritual and academic ambitions;

  • Library

  • Administration block

  • Computer laboratory

  • Science laboratory

  • 3 Fully Mechanised Bore holes to supply water 24/7

  • Guidance and Counselling room

  • Dining hall

  • Poultry Farm

  • Piggery

  • Palm Plantation

  • Assembly hall

  • Alumni Office

  • Resource Centre

  • Market

  • Staff Common Room

  • Lecture Halls

  • Halls of Residence

  • Photocopy Shops

  • SRC Secretariat

  • Playing field

  • Sachet Water Factory