A scholastic group, Progressive Intellectuals has anticipated that state funded colleges in Ghana will run a twofold track framework because of the colossal number of understudies going to be produced by the Free Senior High School system.
The group is comprised of lectures and professors from University of Ghana, University of Cape Coast, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, and University of Development Studies.
Talking at an open discussion named “Pubic Policy Dialogue” at the Commonwealth Hall of the University of Ghana, an individual from the gathering and sociology speaker at the University of Ghana, Dr. Samson Obed Appiah, expressed the usage of the Free Senior High School would have a thump on impact on the universities confirmation.
“You will understand that our administration strategy on the Free SHS doesn’t have an immediate connection with the tertiary institutions. So one year from now, 2020, expect to see similar difficulties we saw with the Free SHS in the tertiary organizations,” he noted.
“My inquiry is are we going to have twofold track in our colleges?” he tested.
University of Ghana was hit with a convenience emergency in September this year with the affirmation of the main year students.
It is assessed that nearly 45,000 understudies will look for enlistment in state funded colleges the principal cluster of the free senior secondary school exit .
Dr. Appiah noticed that University of Ghana like the various universities don’t have the limit as far as convenience, auditoriums and human asset to address the difficulty of enlistment in 2020.
“Settlement is something I can unhesitatingly say our administration isn’t prepared… what number of auditoriums have we set up?”
Dr. Appiah has requested that the administration lift the ban on work of teachers. He mourned the remaining burden of teachers saying, “I have a Level 100 Socialogy class of 1,785 which I partitioned into 3 classes … students are continually searching for spot to sit.”
Quality, the gathering fears may be undermined for political additions.