This was announced by the Director of the Academic Affairs Directorate of the University of Ghana, Mrs. Lydia Anowa Nyako-Danquah on Saturday, August 21, 2021.
“Following the notice from UTAG of the suspension of the withdrawal of teaching and related activities by members, it has been decided by the Business and Executive Committee that the main examinations for the Second Semester of the 2020/2021 Academic Year (Level 100 and 400 batches) should resume from Wednesday, August 25th, 2021.”
The announcement came with a revised final examination timetable that covered only two modes of the exam – onsite sit-in mode of Examinations using answer booklets and onsite online using the Sakai LMS.
Students were urged to contact their examiners for directives relating to the other modes of exams not stated in the timetable.
“In this regard, please find attached the revised final examination timetable covering the two modes of onsite examinations: Onsite Sit-in mode of Examinations Using Answer Booklets and Onsite Online mode of Examinations using SAKAI. Venues of each course will issue at least two days before its examination. The courses omitted have been assigned offsite mode of examinations and candidates are to contact their Examiners/Departments for directives.”
Students were also advised to adhere to the regulations governing participation in examinations to ensure the smooth running of the entire process.
“Candidates are urged to take note of SOME CHANGES that have been made to the Final Examinations Timetable. Candidates are also reminded to double-check courses registered for on the MISWEB as well as read the REGULATIONS GOVERNING UNIVERSITY EXAMINATIONS”