The Management of the University of Cape coast has come clear on Diploma in Basic Education (DBE) after the introduction of the yet to commence Bachelor of Education Degree for all teachers.
A statement signed by the Institute’s Director of Educational Development and Outreach , Prof. Christine Adu-Yeboah indicates that the Diploma certificate is phased out and hence the need to conduct a resit examination for students who are trailing courses under the Diploma in Basic Education programme.
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The exam is set to be conducted on the 23rd of November, 2020 in some designated colleges of education across the country.
The statement embeds the information below:
As you are already aware, the Diploma in Basic programme has phased out following the introduction of Bachelor of Education programmes in Junior High School Education, Primary Education and Early Childhood Education.
The Institute of Education will therefore conduct a resit examination from 23rd November 2020 to 4th December 2020 for students who are trailing courses (Es & ABS) under the Diploma in Basic Education programme.
The examination will be held at the following Centres:
|OLA College of Education Centre, Cape Coast|
|Wesley College of Education Centre, Kumasi|
|Tamale College of Education Centre, Tamale|
|St. Teresa’s College of Education Centre, Hohoe|
|SDA College of Education Centre, Asokore-Koforidua|
However, the statement did not include the time-table for the examination and mode of payment for the resit paper but urged all individuals who fall under this category to hold on for a while as the university is working tirelessly to release the time schedule and the cost of a resit paper. This would be communicated to you in due course, the statement added.