KNUST class of 2021 to graduate virtually amid COVID-19

The Management of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) says it will not hold a person to person graduation for the class of 2021 amid the novel coronavirus.

The University announced this in a tweet sighted by Ghanascholarship.net . This will be KNUST’s first time to virtually conduct a graduation ceremony for any batch since it’s establishment in 1952.

KNUST class of 2021 to graduate virtually amid COVID-19

KNUST class of 2021 to graduate virtually amid COVID-19
KNUST class of 2021 to graduate virtually amid COVID-19

The Management of the Kumasi-based University decision to hold this year’s graduation virtually is to protect the graduands and other invited persons from contracting the novel coronavirus that has claimed at least 175 lives.

In a related story, the first female appointed as a Vice-Chancellor for the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) today August 1, 2021, took over duty from Professor Obiri Danso, the former Vice-Chancellor.

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