University of Education Winneba Releases 2nd Semester Exams Calendar
University of Winneba (UEW) has released the working exams calendar for Level 300 and 200 trainees after the over one-month-long industrial strike action by CETAG.
On the 11th of November 2022, CETAG declared an industrial strike action which took more than a month before they arrived at a partial agreement with the government.
The strike was a nationwide action taken by all the branch members of CETAG.
In a letter from the University of Winneba (UEW) Dr. Samuel O. Hekoe Director, ITECPD in the official letter signed announced the revised exams calendar for both levels (300 and 200).
It will be recalled that towards the end of the 2022 academic year, the semester was disrupted by a nationwide CETAG industrial action on 11th November 2022.
Because of the above, the assessment activities on campus were curtailed culminating in the suspension of the End of Semester Examinations for Level 200 and Level 300.
Having studied submissions from individual colleges and the collective decisions by the Colleges affiliated with the University of Education, Winnaba, as well as, the work program ITECPD, the following Calendar is
issued for the guidance of all colleges affiliated with them.
FIND BELOW, THE DATES AND SCHEDULED ACTIVITIES
- Both Level 300 and 200 teacher trainees will report to campus on Tuesday, 3rd January 2023.
- Lectures will commence for both levels from Wednesday 4th January 2023 through to Saturday 14th January 2023.
- Level 200 teacher trainees will commence their End of 2nd Semester Exams from Monday, 16th January 2023 through to Saturday, 21st January 2023.
- Level 300 trainees will commence their End of 2nd Semester Examination from Monday, 23rd January 2023 through to Saturday, 28th January 2023.
The 1st Semester of 2023 according to the calendar will kickstart on Monday, 30th January 2023.
The Director of ITECPD in the letter informed trainees of the fee increment.
He said, “the examination fees payable by students of Colleges of Education has been increased upwardly by 15% beginning for this 2023 academic year in line with Government Policy.”