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KTU announces Special Resit Examination for Final Year Students

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Management of the  Koforidua Technical University has announceds a date for Special Resit Examination for Final Year Students.

The 2019/2020 Special Resit Examination FOR FINAL YEAR students comes off from Monday, 23rd November, – Saturday 5thDecember 2020. The registration for this examination will take place from Monday, 9th November to Saturday, 14th November 2020.

Schedule of Activities

S/NACTIVITYDATES
1Registration by Final Year Students for the Re-sit Examinations9th – 14th November 2020
2Publication of Re-sit Examinations Time Table19th November 2020
3Re-sit Examinations (Regular & Weekend)23rd November -5th December 2020
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Students are to pay GH¢ 50.00 (per course) at any branch of the following banks using the Trans-flow system:

  • Agricultural Development Bank (ADB)
  • GCB Bank
  • Fidelity Bank

After paying the required amount at the bank, students are to follow the guidelines below to register:

Guidelines for On-Line Re-sit Registration

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Step 1:    Login into  SIP Portal

Step 2:   Click on the “Resit Course Registration Tab”

Step 4:   Step 5:    Select courses to Register

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Step 6:   Confirm Registration.

Step7:    Print the registered courses for inspection during the exams

Students who may encounter any difficulty in the registration should use any of the following media for support:

  • Call: 0204-015108 / 0342-290311

NOTE: Students who intend to pay the Re-sit Examinations registration fees are expected to inscribe “RESIT” and their “INDEX NUMBERS” on the pay-in-slips and Prompt the Teller accordingly as Payment for Resit.

Signed
REGISTRAR          

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