Management of the University of Ghana will today meet to decide on whether or not exams will be held per schedule for students.
The meeting has become necessary following a strike action by the University Teachers Association of Ghana (UTAG)
The action by the University lecturers forbids its members from engaging in any academic-related activity including the conduct and supervision of examination in all public universities across the country.
President of the University of Ghana chapter of the Association, Dr. Samuel Nkumbaan, has already told UniversNews that “there will be no exams for University of Ghana students until the government listens to us.”
The Association has already held a meeting with the government but it has been inconclusive.
UTAG says that it will not call off its strike until the government agrees to increase its salaries.
UTAG wants the basic plus market premium of a lecturer pegged at $2,084.42 in consonance with the 2012 conditions of service they agreed with the government.