Administration of the Kwame Nkrumah College of Science and Know-how (KNUST) is bent on consolidating the gains produced beneath the ‘Junior Science and Arithmetic Quiz’ competitors, Professor Mrs Rita Akosua Dickson, the Vice-Chancellor, has certain.
The educational novelty, focusing on fundamental faculties, is held per year under the auspices of the College or university of Science to whip up the desire of junior significant college students in the mastering of science, arithmetic, Information and Conversation Technology (ICT).
According to the Vice-Chancellor, the total agenda was to guarantee that the competitiveness assisted to harness the essential considering techniques of the college students as they sought to make a strong foundation in the finding out of the sciences.
Prof. Mrs. Dickson, in a speech, go through on her behalf, at the launch of this year’s edition of the competitiveness, in Kumasi, reported advertising high-quality instruction for the accomplishment of the Sustainable Development Objective (SDG) 4 remained a precedence of the College.
The software of scientific and mathematics concepts in everyday lifestyle could not be underestimated, she argued, describing that the two subjects were significant in enhancing self-confidence among pupils at the basic level.
Much more than 200 simple colleges are participating in this year’s ‘Junior Science and Arithmetic (JSM) Quiz’ competitors, drawn from four locations – Ashanti, Larger Accra, Northern and Western.
The occasion is becoming organised in partnership with the ERIDEC Ghana Restricted and supported by the Ghana Schooling Services (GES).
Prof. Mrs. Dickson reported nurturing the means of the youth to be imaginative, creative and curious in their studying procedures ought to be provided the needed awareness.
This was the path to choose so that by 2030, Ghana could substantially improve the selection of youth and grown ups with the relevant expertise, including specialized and vocational techniques, for work, respectable positions and entrepreneurship.
Prof. Leonard Amekudzi, Provost of the College of Science, explained training pupils to acquire the artwork of trouble-resolving was dependent on science and arithmetic instruction.
As a result, the College would persevere in realising the aims for which the JSM Quiz was instituted, he noted.
Prof. Kwasi Preko, Board Chairman for the JSM Programme, described the two former editions of the competitors as profitable, stating the eyesight of the organisers was to arrive at out to the overall state in future events.
He hinted that for every the rules, the regional preliminary contests would be held in November, adopted by the national contest in December, this calendar year.