Check Results: Easy Steps To Check Your 2022 WASSCE Results Online

The West Africa Examination Council (WAEC) has released the provisional results of candidates who sat for the 2022 May/June WASSCE. Candidates who wish to check their results via online should follow the steps below. How To Check WASSCE Results Congratulations as you have successfully checked your online WASSCE result. If in case you were not […]

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Just In: NTC Releases 2022 June Ghana Teacher licensure Exams Results – Check Results Here

The management of the National Teaching Council (NTC) has released the Ghana teacher licensure exams results of the 8th Edition, June 2022 batch of GTLE today, 12th August 2022 at 12 noon. Candidates are to check their results of June 2022 GTLE HERE For Education, Recruitment, NTC and NSS News Updates, Click to Join Our […]

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GES BIOMETRIC REGISTRATION: Confirmed Particulars you need to have – CHECK OUT

The Ghana Education Service (GES) has urged all newly recruited teachers across the country to go for their biometric registration at the GNAT HALL in their various regions. This process is to collect the bio-information on all newly posted teachers through the live capturing of their Fingerprints, photographs and live signatures Frichynews.com in its prying […]

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GES Announces Easter Break For Schools: Check Duration

The administration of the Ghana Education Service (GES), in a statement sighted by Frichynews.com wishes to inform, staff, parents students and the general public that all schools will break for the Easter holidays on Thursday, 1 April 2021 and resume on Tuesday 6h April, 2021. This is to enable all students, staff and school managements […]

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[Check Out]: GES Releases STAFF IDs for Newly Posted Teachers In CENTRAL REGION.

CHECK OUR LATEST POSTS TO SEE STAFF IDs FOR OTHER REGIONS The Ghana Education Service has finally released the Staff ID for both newly teachers from the College of Education and University across the country posted to the Central Region. It is widely believed that the Staff IDs released by the GES is the first […]

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[Check Out]: GES Releases STAFF ID for Newly Posted Teachers in Upper East.

The management of the Ghana Education Service (GES) has finally released the Staff ID for both newly teachers from the College of Education and University across the country posted to the Upper East Region. It is widely believed that the Staff IDs released by the GES is the first batch of which Frichynews.com cannot boldly […]

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How To Check Your 2020 Nov/Dec WASSCE Results Online

The West Africa Examination Council (WAEC) has released the provisional results of candidates who sat for the 2020 Nov/Dec WASSCE. Candidates who wish to check their results via online should follow the steps below. How To Check WASSCE Results • Go to https://ghana.waecdirect.org/ which is the WAEC result checking portal.• Enter your Index Number.• Select […]

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CLICK TO CHECK: WAEC RELEASES PROVISIONAL RESULTS FOR 2020 NOVDEC

The West African Examinations Council has released provisional results of candidates who sat for the West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) for Private Candidates, 2020. A total of 51,914 candidates made up of 24,649 males and 27,265 females sat for the examination; 3,688 of the candidates were absent. The entire results of 401 candidates […]

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UG: Fresh students arrive on campus for residential registration– [Photos]

Newly admitted students of the University of Ghana who were successful in their residential application have begun reporting on campus ahead of the start of academic activities. Their presence on campus is to complete their residential registration. Related posts There are long queues at the various residential facilities as students, who have arrived from various […]

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GIJ to blend virtual and face-to-face classes for 2020/2021 academic year

Management of the Ghana Institute of Journalism (GIJ) says it will blend virtual and physical meetings for academic activities for the 2020/2021 academic year. It is, however, not clear which of the two modes will be dominant. Related posts The decision to the hybrid system for the academic year is part of the institute’s effort to […]

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