Stakeholders of KNUST completed consultations on Thursday, June 4.
The University Relations Officer (URO) of KNUST, Dr Daniel Norris Bekoe, said that: “80% of assignments and project work which would be used as an assessment for the End of Second Semester Examinations, have already been completed and submitted for marking”.
Therefore, the university decided that an existing arrangement which factored issues of the Student Representative Council (SRC) should be stayed for lessons to be held online.
This implies that the rest of the semester for the 2019/2020 academic year will be completed via online teaching and assessment.
Students, however, have a June 30 deadline to submit online assignments and tests.
Students who have challenges in assessing online resources can return to campus from June 15 to June 30 to complete the semester.
Final year students who are to defend their thesis will do so via video conference app Zoom.