• How to Register on the NTC e-learning Portal-All Teachers-Heads-Directors

    How to Register on the NTC e-learning Portal-All Teachers-Heads-Directors

    Updates on NTC E-learning Platform Certificate and Point issues

  • Check GIMPA End of Semester Results Online 2023/2024

    Check GIMPA End of Semester Results Online

    Dear Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration Student, Management has released the End of Semester Results for the last Semester, Use the procedure below to Check Check GIMPA End of Semester Results Online and Your Interactive Transcript.

    Check GIMPA End of Semester Results Online

    Check Results Online

    The Results can be Checked online via the Student Portal; 

    To Access your Students Portal for Results Checking,

    Go to your Web Browser,

    Search Student Portal Results Checking

    Provide your Login Credentials

    Click Login

    Wait for it to Load Completely.

    Click on Results to View your End of Semester Results.

    You can Download your interactive Transcript as well.

    Problem with Password

    If you have a problem with your Password, kindly visit the Student Record office for help or Contact IT support.

    Make sure you log out of the Students portal when you finish, especially when you are using a shared laptop.

    Download of Interactive transcript

    You must always make it a point to download the unofficial interactive transcript thus your Results,

    Keep it well, the system may go off at the time you need it the most, hence it’s advisable students always keep a record of their results when they are released.

    Rectifying a result

    Results can be rectified, but IC  Means incomplete, Kindly visit the Lecturer or the Department for it to be corrected.

    If you obtain a Grade lower than your expectation in a course, do not sit down on it, Kindly visit the Lecturer for Clarification and Explanations.

    Good Luck with your Results.

    You can also use this Direct URL to Check your Results via the Students Portal

    Students Portal for Results Checking https://ienabler.gimpa.edu.gh/pls/prodi41/w99pkg.mi_login

    Make sure to Reset the Password during the first login.


  • Director-General of GES, tours affected flood areas in the Volta Region.

    Director-General of GES, tours affected flood areas in the Volta Region.

    The Director-General of the Ghana Education Service, Dr. Eric Nkansah, conducted a three-day working visit in the Volta Region, starting on November 9, 2023.

    Accompanied by a cross-section of Directors from the headquarters, Directors in charge of Administration, Guidance and Counselling, Planning, Procurement, Special Education, Girl Child Education, Early Childhood Education, and the Director for Partnerships and Affiliations, they toured flood-affected areas in the North and South Tongu districts to assess the implementation of the Education in Emergency Plan.

    The goal is to expedite the resumption of teaching and learning activities in schools affected by floods.

    During the visit, the team, with the support of UNICEF and other partners, provided 3,000 school uniforms, 800 packs of teaching materials, 10 school-in-a-box kits, 4 tents, 36 recreation kits, and 32 Early Childhood Development kits.

    The Ghana Education Service expressed gratitude to all development partners and stakeholders for their continuous collaboration during this challenging period.

    Director-General of GES, tours affected flood areas in the Volta Region.

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    eResults WAEC Portal to Check BECE/WASSCE Results Online 2023

    BECE Grading System by WAEC / GES

    Source; Ghana Education Service


  • Top Mathematics and Science SHS in Upper West Region 2023/2024

    Top Mathematics and Science SHS in Upper West Region


    Here is the list of the top mathematics and Science Senior High Schools in the Upper West Region.

    The list comes with a Regional Rank and a National Rank.


    1 19 St. Francis Xavier Jnr. Seminary, Wa 215
    2 101 Nandom SHS 40
    3 106 Lassie-Tuolu Senior High 35
    3 106 Kanton SHS, Tumu 35
    5 149 Wa SHS 10
    5 149 St. Francis Girls SHS, Jirapa 10


  • Top Mathematics and Science SHS in WESTERN REGION 2023/2024

    Top Mathematics and Science SHS in the WESTERN REGION

    Here is the list of the top mathematics and Science Senior High Schools in the Western Region.

    The list comes with a Regional Rank and a National Rank.


    1 16 G.S.T.S, Takoradi 240
    2 28 Archbishop Porter Girls, Takoradi 160
    3 43 Takoradi SHS (TADISCO) 105
    4 65 St. John’s School, Sekondi 70


  • Top Mathematics and Science SHS in Greater Accra Region 2023/2024

    Top Mathematics and Science SHS in Greater Accra Region

    Here is the list of the top mathematics and Science Senior High Schools in the Greater Accra Region.

    The list comes with a Regional Rank and a National Rank.



    1 1 Presec – Legon 645
    2 8 St. Thomas Aquinas SHS 340
    3 9 Accra Academy 325
    4 15 Achimota School 245
    5 25 Chemu SHS,Tema 195
    6 30 West Africa SHS (WASS),Accra 150
    7 35 Ada SHS 130
    8 54 St. Margaret Mary SHS, Accra 85
    9 61 Wesley Grammar School, Accra 75
    10 65 St. John’s Grammer School, Accra 70


    11 71 Ghanata SHS, Dodowa 65
    12 77 St. mary’s SHS, Accra 60
    13 94 Ashaiman SHS 40
    13 94 Odorgonno SHS, Accra 40
    15 112 Tema Methodist SHS 30
    15 112 Labone SHS 30
    17 124 Tema SHS 20
    18 149 Kinbu SHTS, Accra 10
    18 149 O’Reilly SHS, Tema 10
    18 149 Our Lady of Mercy SHS, Tema 10
    18 149 Accra High School 10
    18 149 Nungua SHS, Accra 10
    18 149 Accra Girls SHS 10



  • NPP Presidential Primaries  Election Results Live 2023

    NPP Flagbearer Election Results Live 2023 – Flag Bearer for 2024

    The National Delegates Conference of the ruling New Patriotic Party NPP will be held today November 4, 2023.

    Here is the List of Flag Bearers for 2024 Thus  NPP presidential primaries results in  2023

    Results will be brought to you Live and as it Happens

    Results in – you’ll have all soon

    So Far

    Kennedy Agyapong = 71,991 37.41%  Loading Results

    Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia =  118,210  61.43% Loading Results

    Dr Owusu Afriyie Akoto = 1,459  0.76%  Loading Results

    Francis Addai Nimo = 781  0.41%  Loading Results


    Regional Results


    Bono East

    Kennedy Agyapong = 1548

    Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia =  5434

    Dr Owusu Afriyie Akoto = 92

    Francis Addai Nimo = 45


    Eastern Region 

    Kennedy Agyapong = 6794

    Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia =  13387

    Dr Owusu Afriyie Akoto = 57

    Francis Addai Nimo = 67

    Western Region 

    Kennedy Agyapong = 4899

    Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia =  7465

    Dr Owusu Afriyie Akoto = 91

    Francis Addai Nimo = 43


    Upper East Region 

    Kennedy Agyapong = 2111

    Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia =  5218

    Dr Owusu Afriyie Akoto = 190

    Francis Addai Nimo = 95


    Ashanti Region 

    Kennedy Agyapong = 11,390

    Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia =  22,202

    Dr Owusu Afriyie Akoto = 167

    Francis Addai Nimo = 74

    Upper West Region

    Kennedy Agyapong = 1084

    Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia =  4878

    Dr Owusu Afriyie Akoto = 176

    Francis Addai Nimo = 77

    Volta Region 

    Kennedy Agyapong = 5,850

    Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia =  4,984

    Dr Owusu Afriyie Akoto = 115

    Francis Addai Nimo = 66

    Central Region 

    Kennedy Agyapong = 10, 000

    Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia =  6,159

    Dr Owusu Afriyie Akoto = 47

    Francis Addai Nimo = 38

    Western Region 

    Kennedy Agyapong = 2,354

    Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia =  3,386

    Dr Owusu Afriyie Akoto = 29

    Francis Addai Nimo = 08

    Oti Region 

    Kennedy Agyapong = 1311

    Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia =  3591

    Dr Owusu Afriyie Akoto = 36

    Francis Addai Nimo = 27


    Savannah Region 

    Kennedy Agyapong = 1028

    Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia =  2603

    Dr Owusu Afriyie Akoto = 65

    Francis Addai Nimo = 39

    In a Press conference held on Thursday, 2nd November 2023, the Executives of the party gave directives to be followed and also Venues for the elections.

    The major issues raised has to do with peace and the need to break the 8.

    NPP flag bearer 2024 list of candidates
    who won NPP flag bearer 2024
  • Who won the NSMQ 2023

    Who won the NSMQ 2023?

    In the last Round of the National Science and Mathematics Quiz, Presbyterian Boys Senior High School Legon has won back to back 2023 NSMQ Contest thus for the 8th Time.

    Winning with 40 Points was a great Deal.

    Presec Legon wins the 2023 NSMQ.

    John Dumelo who Promised to walk backwards to  Presec School should they win over Achimota is being called out to be a man of his words.

    He made this statement prior to the Finals on one of his official social media platforms.

    He wrote,

    ”I am a proud Achimotan but if Presec wins the NSMQ2023 on the 31st I will walk barefooted backward from Ayawaso West Wuogon to Presec School! They can’t win over Motown! Presec? Tweaa”

    Now he is in hot soup to come and walk the talk.

    Farmer/ Politician / Actor / Father, Husband John Dumelo, We are waiting….


    WhatsApp Live Updates on our Channel Follow 



    NSMQ 2023 Quarter Finals Results Today

    NSMQ 2023 One eighth stage Results Updates Today

  • Ghana Fire Service Forms 2023/2024

    Ghana Fire Service Forms 2023/2024

    The Ghana Fire Service Forms for 2023/2024 are currently not available, we will update you As soon as the Forms become available.


  • 468 results login Sierra Leone

    468 results login Sierra Leone

    WAEC Sierra Leone Result Online Checker 2023, is the official way of checking results.

    However, in recent circulation is the 468,

    with Steps as follows

    Text Result to 468 to check WASSCE Results for Free.

    Select otion 3 WASSCE

    Enter your Candidate number

    Wait for your Results

    Kindly Check from the Official website and proceed with caution as there as not been any Directive from WAEC with regards to the use of such a code.

    There may be other available short codes, thoses codes are mostly available for the sale of the Serial Numbers and Pins.



  • 19-Year-Old Legon 2nd Year Law Student Mysteriously dies

    19-Year-Old Legon 2nd Year Law Student Mysteriously dies

    19-Year-Old Legon 2nd Year Law Student Mysteriously dies

    A 19-year-old level 200 law student at the University of Ghana, Legon, has been reported dead at the Ewim Polyclinic in the Cape Coast Metropolis of the Central region

    The deceased, Nana Obeng Owusu Junior, purportedly died at about 19:00 hours on Monday after a nurse only recognized as Michael injected the deceased with an unidentified medication, leading to his instant death.

    The Ghana News Agency (GNA) visited the facility to validate the claims, but a Nursing Manager and a senior Administrator on duty on Saturday, at about 15:30 hours, could neither confirm nor deny the allegation.

    Nevertheless, recounting the ordeal, the mother of the deceased, Mrs Nelly Mills told the GNA that she took the deceased who was an asthmatic patient to the facility for a nebulizer (a small machine that turns liquid medicine into a mist that can be easily inhaled).

    She said on reaching the facility, they went to the pharmacy unit but were directed to the emergency ward, which they obliged.

    At the emergency unit, there was a misunderstanding between the deceased and Michael, and that was when Michael, who was irritated by their visit, yelled at them questioning “What you want, what do you want,” as if they were not allowed to visit the facility.

    She said “Michael, in a seemingly unhappy voice, as if he was tired of caring for patients, shouted at us, something my son did not take kindly”.

    Mrs. Mills said she later left the emergency unit to buy a medication approved by Michael, leaving the deceased in the care of a younger sibling who had accompanied them.

    Mrs. Mills said immediately after she left, Michael injected the deceased with an unknown medication without checking his vitals, leading to his death in less than two minutes and left the scene.

    Before the injection, Mrs. Mills said the deceased was strongly making jokes with his brother but suddenly fell asleep after taking the injection but the younger brother felt he was asleep until she returned to realise he was dead.

    “I shouted for help repeatedly and called for help, but my son was long dead. Within two minutes after stepping out to buy his medication, my son died, and Michael confirmed he injected him.

    We only needed a nebuliser and not an injection which was written for me to buy, so why the injection? Besides, my son was not seriously ill but suffering from his routine asthma attack,” Mrs Mills said.

    She further said the facility refused to release the body to her but swiftly arranged for a hearse and took the body to the University of Cape Coast morgue and embalmed the body without the consent of any family member.

    She alleged, “We followed up to the morgue right after only to find out my son has been embalmed without my consent. The arrangement made by the hospital makes the death of my son a subject of investigation and we will not relent to get to the bottom of this matter,” she stated.

    Mrs. Mills appealed to the Ghana Health Service and the security agencies to thoroughly investigate the cause of death and ensure that justice was served to the bereaved family.

  • Use of Pragmatic Learning for Young Children

    Use of Pragmatic Learning for Young Children

    Pragmatic learning, which involves learning through practical, real-life experiences, is highly beneficial for young children as it helps them develop essential life skills and knowledge in a meaningful way.

    Use of Pragmatic Learning for Young Children

    Here are several ways in which pragmatic learning can be effectively used for young children:

    Hands-on Activities: Engage children in hands-on activities like gardening, cooking, building, or crafting. These activities allow them to explore and experiment, promoting problem-solving and fine motor skills.

    Field Trips: Take children on field trips to museums, zoos, parks, and other educational places. These excursions provide real-world context to what they’re learning and stimulate their curiosity.

    Outdoor Exploration: Encourage outdoor play and exploration. Let children connect with nature and learn about the environment by observing plants, insects, and animals.

    Cooking: Cooking with kids not only teaches them about nutrition and following instructions but also enhances their math skills through measuring and fractions.

    Community Involvement: Engage in community service projects or visit local businesses. This helps children understand the concept of community and learn about different professions.

    Problem-Based Learning: Present children with real-world problems and encourage them to brainstorm and find solutions. This promotes critical thinking and creativity.

    Social Interactions: Encourage playdates and group activities to help children develop important social skills, such as cooperation, communication, and conflict resolution.

    Storytelling and Role-Playing: Encourage storytelling and role-playing, where children can act out scenarios and learn about empathy, emotions, and different perspectives.

    Science Experiments: Simple science experiments using everyday materials can introduce children to basic scientific concepts and encourage a sense of wonder and curiosity.

    Art and Creativity: Provide various art supplies and encourage creativity. Art activities can help children express themselves and develop fine motor skills.

    Learning Through Play: Use educational games, puzzles, and toys that promote problem-solving, spatial awareness, and basic math and language skills.

    Technology and Coding: Introduce age-appropriate coding activities to teach children logical thinking and problem-solving in the digital age.

    Life Skills: Teach practical life skills such as tying shoelaces, folding clothes, and setting the table. These skills are essential for daily living.

    Sensory Play: Create sensory activities like water play, sandboxes, or sensory bins filled with different textures to help children explore their senses.

    Cultural Experiences: Introduce children to different cultures, traditions, and languages through food, music, stories, and celebrations.

    Emotional Intelligence: Promote discussions about emotions and help children understand and manage their feelings, as well as empathize with others.

    Financial Literacy: Teach basic financial concepts such as saving, spending, and budgeting using real or play money.

    Pragmatic learning allows young children to make connections between what they learn and their everyday lives, making education more meaningful and memorable. It fosters a love of learning, critical thinking, and problem-solving skills, which are crucial for their future development and success.

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  • he is referred to “the father of kindergartenâ

    he is referred to “the father of kindergartenâ

    Friedrich Wilhelm August Fröbel is often referred to as “the father of kindergarten.

    ” He was a German pedagogue who developed the concept of kindergarten, which is a German term that translates to “children’s garden” in English.

    Fröbel’s educational ideas and practices laid the foundation for modern early childhood education, emphasizing play, creativity, and the development of social and cognitive skills in young children.

    He opened the first kindergarten in 1837, and his ideas have had a significant impact on early education worldwide.


  • 16 NPP Youth Convicted and Fined GH¢2.4K Each for Disrupting UTV Entertainment Show

    16 NPP Youth Convicted and Fined GH¢2,400 Each for Disrupting UTV Entertainment Show

    In a dramatic turn of events on Saturday, October 7, 2023, 16 individuals claiming allegiance to the New Patriotic Party (NPP) descended upon UTV’s studios in Accra. Their mission: to forcefully interrupt the live broadcast of UTV’s popular entertainment show, United Showbiz.

    Their brazen intrusion into the television station’s premises resulted in an immediate police response. The owners of UTV, the Despite Media Group, along with the Ministry of Information (MoI), lodged a formal complaint, prompting swift action by law enforcement.

    Subsequent investigations led to the arrest of these self-proclaimed NPP sympathizers, who had disrupted the live program.

    Following their arraignment at the Achimota Magistrate Court, the group faced charges of conspiracy to commit a crime and rioting.

    Surprisingly, they pleaded guilty to the charges, leaving the court with little choice but to convict them based on their own admissions.

    The punishment was set at GH¢2,400 for each of the 16 individuals, a hefty fine that serves as a reminder that disrupting public broadcasts comes with legal consequences.”

    16 NPP Youth Convicted and Fined GH¢2.4K Each for Disrupting UTV Entertainment Show

    Seekersnewsgh.com for more Updates 

    Ghana: Pro-Wagner Group campaigners arrested for ‘planning to overthrow Government’


  • NAMCOL eLearning Platform Login 2023

    NAMCOL eLearning Platform Login

    Management of the NAMCOL has provided an eLearning Portal for all Students to Access Courses online at their comfort. In today’s world, learning has been brought closer to students. Explore the NAMCOL eLearning Platform Login where you get access to various courses uploaded online by the University for Students.

    With the eLearning portal or the Learning Management System LMS, you need to log in as a student to be able to Access the Courses. The eLearning Portal can be used to take quizzes or do other assignments, Contact the Course Lecturer for specific instructions.

    The IT department will assist you with a Guide on how to use the eLearning Portal.

    Other Universities may allow the Free Courses in Guest Mode, so even without a login, you could access certain courses.

    How to Login to the eLearning Portal

    To Login into the eLearning Portal is Easy, Go to your web browser,

    Search the NAMCOL eLearning Platform Login

    Click on the Link,

    When Launched,  Scroll Down to Login

    Provide your Login Credentials to have full Access.


    Login  through the Student Portal

    You can also Login through your Student Portal,

    Go to your Web browser,

    Search your Student Login Portal

    Click on it,

    Login with your Student ID and Password.

    After Login, Scroll to Select the LMS or eLearning Resource to Continue to the eLearning Portal.

    Login through the University’s Main website

    You can also log in through the Main University Website.

    Go to your web browser and search for the University’s main website.  edu

    Visit your University’s Main website

    On the Menu Bar, Click on Portal or Students,

    Select LMS or eLearning Portal

    You can also Scroll down to the footer section,

    Locate the Quick Links

    Select the LMS or eLearning Portal

    Provide your login credentials to log in.

    Direct Login URL Here

    Here is a Direct Login to the University eLearning Portal Secure

    Use this Link to Access your eLearning Portal

    Direct URL https://elearning.namcol.edu.na/elearning/login/index.php

    Provide Login Credentials on the Portal to Login.



    With the Current Cyber security issues around the Globe, there is the need to protect yourself as a student.

    Make sure before you provide your Login Credentials on any site, the site is secured with the Lock key closed.

    Make sure that is the Main website from the University.

    When in doubt do not Provide login Credentials,

    Contact IT support for the Direct Link.

    Most Universities are now migrating to eLearning Apps,

    Contact your University if they have one for you to download.

    Do not Download just because it has your school’s logo, no, Confirm from your University before proceeding.

    Source; Seekersnewsgh.com

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