CHAPLAINCY PRAYER BULLETIN FOR FEBRUARY 2018

CHAPLAINCY PRAYER BULLETIN FOR FEBRUARY 2018 Glory, praise and honour to the Most High God for ushering us into a new year, a new semester and a new opportunity to experience the manifold blessings of His gracious love for us. We join the Prophet Jeremiah to proclaim: The steadfast love of the Lord never ceases; His mercies never come to an end; they are new every morning; great is your…

Private Universities Could Earn Ghana More Revenue Than Cocoa Or Oil – IMANI Vice President

Vice president of reputable tink tank group IMANI Ghana, Mr. Kofi Bentil has asserted that private universities have the potential to rake up 35 billion cedis equivalent to $8 billion dollars annually to boost Ghana’s revenue. Mr. Bentil disclosed this during the recent 41st congregation ceremony of Christian Service University College, at Kumasi. According to the IMANI Vice President, private universities hold the promise of boosting the services sector of…

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Search For an Assistant Registrar

CHRISTIAN SERVICE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE, KUMASI   SEARCH FOR AN ASSISTANT REGISTRAR   The Christian Service University College, accredited by the National Accreditation Board invites applications from suitably qualified candidates for the position of an Assistant Registrar:   Assistant Registrar The Person Must be a committed evangelical Christian with good spiritual and moral track record. Must possess a minimum of Masters degree in Administration or relevant subjects degree or equivalent from…

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CSUC SoB Students Present Team Projects To Enhance Local Food Industry

Students of the CSUC School of Business (SoB) have presented practical and industry tailored remedies to reduce food inadequacy and improve quality.   According to Mr. Frederick Santuoh, a lecturer of the School and Coordinator of the Team Projects, the annual presentations made by the students are meant to challenge them to exploit various ways of rectifying various problems in the food industry. The teams that made presentations of their…

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CSUC Introduces New Programmes

Christian Service University College (CSUC) has introduced five new programmes to add up to its stock of academic programme offerings. They are Master of Science in Corporate Planning, Bachelor of Science in Physician Assistantship; B.Ed Early Child Education, B.Ed Basic Education and Certificate in Early Child Education. President of CSUC Prof. Sam Afrane disclosed this at a media briefing yesterday held at the CSUC campus. In his address, the President…

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CSUC Scales Up its E-learning Programme

President of Christian Service University College, Prof. Sam Afrane has announced that the University College is making great strides in its e-learning endeavours aimed at facilitating pedagogy and to attract potential students at distant places. He said this during the 42nd Matriculation ceremony of the institution held over the weekend. According to the President, CSUC is now at the second phase of its e-learning project where it has rolled more…

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A 40-year journey of sacrifice leads to establishment of foundation for CSUC Theology needy students

‘People see me limp and they ask why,’ said Mr. John Ntsiful. It was during a journey from Kumasi to Damongo in the Northern Region to send goods belonging to a missionary to the North and to bring back to CSUC foodstuff that had been deposited in the town(as payment for fees), that it all happened. The vehicle driven by RansfordSenavoe (one of the first lecturers of Christian Service College),…

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CSUC launches ‘Ladies of Excellence’ Association

The Principal of Jackson College of Education (JEC), Mrs. Theodosia Wilhemina Jackson has advised women to be more tolerant, patient and loving to sustain their homes and families. She urged them to be more content of their body-make up and lifestyle and also see them as unique gifts from God. Mrs. Jackson made this pronouncement during the launching of  the ‘Ladies of Excellence’ Association, a group comprising of female staff…

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Anti-corruption Crusaders Prescribe Remedies to Curb Corruption in Ghana

Anti-corruption crusaders, Rev. Prof. Emmanuel Martey, former Moderator of the Presbyterian Church of Ghana and CEO of the Graphic Communications Group Limited have prescribed solutions aimed at reducing corruption in Ghana. Speaking during the second public lecture organized by the Christian Service University College in Kumasi over the weekend, Mr. Ken Ashigbey attributed a rise in the scourge to weak political leadership, integrity crisis of leadershipand passivity of Ghanaians. Mr.…