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GIMPA holds maiden matriculation for undergraduate students

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GraduationThe Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA), has held its maiden matriculation for undergraduate students with a call by Professor Franklyn Manu, the Rector to eschew examination malpractices and pursue high academic laurels.

Prof Manu urged the students to be discipline in their dressing outfits and focus on the importance of life and familiarised themselves with the institute’s academic regulations to avoid expulsion.

Hundred and ninety (190) students matriculated for the 2012/2013 academic year to pursue degree programmes in Accounting, Business Administration, Finance, Human Resource Management, Marketing and Hospitality and Tourism Management.

The rest of the programmes are Operations and Supply Chain Management, Procurement Management, Project Management, Economics, Information and Communications Technology and Computer Science.

Prof Manu said GIMPA aims to be a world class centre of excellence for training, consultancy and research in leadership, business management and public administration which employs top class and highly motivated faculty and staff.

Dr Samuel Nii-Noi Ashong, Deputy Rector of GIMPA cautioned the students against deviant means to achieve success.

He said GIMPA’s certificate are not for sale but are given on the merit of academic performance.

Source: GNA

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