Twenty freshmen and women of the Ghana Institute of Journalism have been selected by the institute to represent their colleagues at the matriculation ceremony which is expected to come off Friday, 26th February 2021 at the North Dzorwulu Campus.
Although the names of the students have not been made public, “all freshmen and women are entreated to join the matriculation ceremony virtually on the Institute’s Facebook page, Ghana Institute of Journalism”.
It has been almost two months since academics began and the delay in organizing a matriculation ceremony to formally admit freshmen into the institute has been a topic of discussion among students.
But according to management, “the delay was due to the Covid-19 pandemic”.
This was sighted today 24th February 2021 in a notice issued by the Registrar of the institute Dr, J Sika Akoto.
GIJ migrates to online teaching
Meanwhile, management of GIJ on Monday, January 25, 2021, after two weeks of face-to-face lectures announced its decision to migrate to online teaching and learning.
The decision comes on the back of several complaints by students and lecturers with the major been the congestion in lecture halls and the continuous increase in Covid-19 cases in the country.
Find below the notice.