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LIST OF APPLICANTS FOR NARBITHA COLLEGE

  • QUALIFIED FOR THE LEVEL OF PROGRAM REQUESTED TO BE ADMITTED INTO
  • DEGREE PROGRAM
  • BSC. MEDICAL LABORATORY
  • Gideon Akutcha
  • Dela Ami Ahiayibor
  1. BSC. PHYSICIAN ASSISTANTSHIP
  2. Ebenezer Kwame Osei
  3. Philip Obiri Agyei
  1. BSC. NURSING

No qualified applicant selected BSc. Nursing

  • DIPOLMA PROGRAM
  • NURSING (DIPLOMA)
  • Christiana Oluchukwu
  • Clinton Aboagye
  • CERTIFICATE PROGRAM
  • MEDICAL LABORATORY (CERTIFICATE)
  • Monica Opoku
  • Simon Jabiuk Nkamba
  • Christiana Oluchukwu
  • Mary Kankam
  • Doris Agyeman
  • Godwin Nsobilla
  • Bless Dogbey
  • Abdallah Firdaus
  1. HEALTH ASSISTANT (CLINICAL)
  2. Mary Kankam
  3. Doris Agyeman
  • QUALIFIED FOR A LOWER LEVEL OF PROGRAM REQUESTED TO BE ADMITTED INTO
  • CERTIFICATE PROGRAM
  • MEDICAL LABORATORY (CERTIFICATE)
  • Meimunat Peprah
  1.  NURSING
  2. Meimunat Peprah
  • UNQUALIFY FOR ANY PROGRAM (*SOCIAL STUDIES NOT ACCEPTED)
  • Stella Bukari
  • Samuel Adutwum
  • Spendilove Nora Ohene Takyi
  • Cecillia Gyamfi
  • Wisdom Sam Bluwey
  • Abigail Nartey
  • Mercy Dormah
  • Solomon Akuta

ADMITTED STUDENTS LIST FOR THE FOLLOWING SCHOOLS

  1. Blue crest College = BC
  2. Advanced Business College = ABC
  3. Heritage Christian College = HCC
  4. Accra Institute of Technology = AIT

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Name: Deborah Tetteh

Location: Madina
preferred Program: Business Administration
HCC; Remedial only

 AIT; Remedial only

BlueCreast College; Defend

ABC; Taken                              

Name: Shaibu Bala Alhassan

Location: Akokua
preferred Program: Graphic Designing
ABC; Taken

HCC; Taken

AIT; Taken

Bluecreast; Taken

Name: Boniface Anane
Location: Kete krachi
preferred Program: Any Business course
AIT; Taken

HCC; Taken

ABC; Taken

Bluecreast; Taken

Name: RICHARD AMENUKU

Location: Ho
preferred Program: Accounting
HCC; PRE DEGREE

AIT; CERIFICATE

BC; TAKEN AND DEFEND

ABC; TAKEN

Name: Richard K Kwabena

Location: Accra
preferred Program: Business
ABC; TAKEN

AIT; TAKEN

HCC; TAKEN

BC; TAKEN

Name: Agbeko Stephen
Location: Accra
preferred Program: Any
HCC; TAKEN

AIT: TAKEN

ABC: TAKEN

BC: TAKEN

Name: REBECCA BENTIL
Location: TARKWA
preferred Program: Nutrition and dietician
NBT: NOT TAKEN/ ADVICE

BC: TAKEN

Name: Alice Konadu Boateng

Location: Amasaman
preferred Program: Home Economics
BC: TAKEN

HCC: PRE DEGREE

Name: Abdul Karim Fadila
Location: TAMALE
preferred Program: SECRETARIAT AND MANAGEMENT
HCC: PRE DEGREE

AIT: NOT TAKEN

ABC: TAKEN

BC: TAKEN

Name: Nsobilla Godwin
Location: Bolgatanga
preferred School:
preferred Program: Any
ABC: TAKEN

HCC: PRE DEGREE

AIT: NOT TAKEN

BC: TAKEN BUT DEFEND

Name: Issifu Adamu
Location: Pusiga
preferred Program: Political Science

AIT: CERTIFICATE

BC: TAKEN

ABC: TAKEN

HCC: TAKEN

Name: John Kwame Gawu
Location: Adenta
preferred Program: Agricultural Engineering
HCC: PRE DEGREE

AIT: PRE DEGREE

ABC: NT TAKEN

BC: TAKEN

Name: Appiah Mark Yaw Junior

Location: Kukuom
preferred Program: Information communication

BC: TAKEN

ABC: NT TAKEN

AIT: PRE DEGREE

HCC: PRE DEGREE

Name: Evans Opoku Boateng

Location: Kumasi
preferred Program: Information Technology

HCC: PRE DEGREE

AIT: NT TAKEN

BC: TAKEN

Name: Awuku Getrude Enyonam   
Location: Techiman

Program: Hospitality management
HCC: TAKEN

AIT: TAKEN

ABC: NT TAKEN

BC: TAKEN

Name: Antowine Albert

Location: Suhum
preferred Program: ACCOUNTANCY
ABC: TAKEN

AIT: CERTIFICATE

HCC: PRE DEGREE

BC: TAKEN

Name: Monica Owusu
Location: Tafo
preferred Program: Management
HCC: PREE DEGREE

AIT: NT TAKEN

ABC: TAKEN

BC: TAKEN

Name: Amankwah Christabel Brago
Location: Afrancho
preferred Program: Communication or Economics

HCC: TAKEN

ABC: NT TAKEN

BC: TAKEN

AIT: TAKEN

Name: Asabere Benjamin
Location: Manso
preferred Program: Mechanical Engineering

AIT: PRE DEGREE

HCC: TAKEN

BC: TAKEN

Name: Adjei Freda
Location: Accra
preferred Program: Education and Fashion design

ABC: NT TAKEN

HCC: PREE DEGREE

BC: TAKEN

AIT: NT TAKEN

Name: Degbey Bless
Location: Ghana
preferred Program: Any

AIT: NT TAKEN

HCC: REMEDIALS

ABC: TAKEN

BC: TAKEN

Name: Daniel Oduro
Location: Kasoa-Adade
preferred Program: Information Studies

HCC: REMEDIAL

AIT: CERTIFICATE

ABC: NOT TAKEN

BC: TAKEN

Name: Klutse Grace

Location: Nungua
preferred Program: Education

HCC: PREE DEGREE

AIT: NT TAKEN

ABC: NT TAKEN

BC: TAKEN

Name: Gabla Gideon
Location: Juaboso
preferred Program: Any Engineering course

ABC: TAKEN

HCC: TAKEN

AIT: PRE DEGREE

BC: TAKEN

Name: Richard Prah

Location: Madina
preferred Program: Computer Engineering

AIT: NT TAKEN

HCC: TAKEN

BC: TAKEN


Name: HUSEIN BAAKO HUDA
Location: TAMALE
preferred Program: JORNALISM

BC: TAKEN BUT DEFEND

AIT: NOT TAKEN

HCC: PRE DEGREE

BC: PREE DEGREE

Name: Stephen Blenu
Location: Accra
preferred Program: Graphic Design
HCC: PRE DEGREE

AIT: NOT TAKEN

ABC: TAKEN

BC: TAKEN

Name: Samuel Dwomoh Sarpong

Location: Kumawu
preferred Program: Accounting Education

ABC: TAKEN

HCC: PREE DEGREE

AIT: TAKEN

BC: TAKEN

Name: Vigbedor Dona

Location: Accra
preferred Program: Computer Science

AIT: NT TAKEN

HCC: PREE DEGREE

Name: Sandra Mensah

Location: Accra
preferred Program: Any

ABC: TAKEN

HCC: PREE DEGREE

AIT: NOT TAKEN

BC: TAKEN


Name: Listowel Danquah

Location: Dunkwa
preferred Program: Computer Science

AIT: TAKEN

HCC: TAKEN

BC: TAKEN

Name: Believe Gomez
Location: Washington Ashaiman
preferred Program: Journalism

HCC: REMEDIALS

AIT: NT TAKEN

BC: TAKEN BUT DEFEND

Name: Jennifer Boahene Boahemaa

Location: Kotoku
preferred Program: Early Childhood

AIT: NT TAKEN

HCC: PREE DEGREE

Name: Oduro Eric

Location: Accra
preferred Program: Accounting

ABC: TAKEN

AIT: PRE DEGREE

HCC: PRE DEGREE

Name: Asango Azumah Jonathan
Location: Accra
preferred Program: ACCOUNTING

AIT: PRE DEGREE

HCC: PRE DEGREE

ABC: TAKEN

Name: James Kwarteng

Location: Ghana
preferred Program: Any Business Program

ABC: TAKEN

AIT: TAKEN

HCC: TAKEN

Name: Joshua Mensah Kessie
Location: Kumasi Buokrom Estate
preferred Program: Graphics or human resource management
HCC: TAKEN

AIT: TAKEN

ABC: TAKEN

Name: Abdallah Firdaus

Location: Adankuame
preferred Program: Any

AIT: NT TAKEN

HCC: PRE DEGREE

ABC: TAKEN

Name: Nana Yaa Sakyiea Nkrumah

Location: Nungua
preferred Program: Anesthetic Nursing
BC

Name: Cynthia Onipaa
Location: Konongo
preferred Program: Any
BC

ABC

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1O Interesting facts about south africa.

South Africa is one of the most developed countries in Africa with an amazing population of 50.59 million people making up slightly more than 5% of the total population of Africa. The country is located at the southern end of the African continent. It is officially recognized as the Republic of South Africa and shares borders on the north with Namibia, Botswana and Zimbabwe; Mozambique and Swaziland on the eastern part; the rest are water bodies. Even though it is surrounded by countries and water bodies, it is very interesting to know that South Africa completely encloses the country of Lesotho. This video highlights some of the most amazing, interesting and even weird  South Africa facts.

  1. There are eleven official languages in South Africa? And that most South Africans speak more than one? Zulu is the most common language, followed by Xhosa. With Afrikaans and English being the third and fourth most popular in the country

2. South Africa has three capital cities? Pretoria is the administrative capital, Cape Town the legislative capital and Bloemfontein is the judicial capital.

3. The famous Kruger National Park is one of Africa’s largest game reserve? It is circa 19,635 square kilometers, almost as big as the country Belgium!

4. South Africa is the second largest fruit producers in the entire world – many thanks to the optimal climatic condition of the country has made it possible to support quite a large range and species of fruits. The country is famed as the fourth biggest apple producer, second biggest pears producer,  the world’s tenth largest sugar producer, and the world’s largest producer of macadamia nuts.

5. South Africa is the first country to develop an unimaginably rare coal-to-oil technology. Due to the aftermath of the second world war, South Africa was struggling economically, and oil was hard to access, so due to the country’s vast coal reserves, they decided to research on how to turn coal into oil.

Though the South African country thought that converting coal into a liquid was absolutely impossible at first, it turned out that it was easier than they had anticipated. Today, the country is one of the biggest companies in South Africa Synthetic Oil Liquid (SASOL).

Also, China and the United States of America seem to have followed suit. While China is said to have begun the construction of a coal-to-oil plant, the US has adopted the study of coal-to-oil technology as part of its academic curriculum.

6. South Africa’s coastline is said to be around 2500 km and has witnessed over 2000 shipwrecks, most dating back at least 500 years.

The dangerous coastline has claimed thousands of vessels and lives over the centuries. Some popular shipwrecks off the South African coast include the SS Thomas T Tucker, Grosvenor, the Waratah, the Arniston,  the Oceanos, the Birkenhead, and the Sacramento. These outrageous number of wrecks could likely be the reason the coast was dubbed “the graveyard of ships” and “the Cape of the storm”.

7. The Palace of the Lost City is the world’s largest themed resort hotel in the world and is located in Sun City, Rustenburg, South Africa. The five-star hotel is surrounded by a 25-hectare man-made botanical jungle with almost 2 million plants, trees, and shrubs in existence.

Since its establishment in 1992, the legendary palace has hosted millions of fun lovers from across the world. The Palace of the Lost City is a must-see for anyone with plans of visiting South Africa.

8. In South Africa, it is against the law to sit closer than 2 Meters to any individual of the opposite sex, if he or she wears nothing but a swimming dress. (Who decides the reference point is who I really don’t know)

9. The country is the first, and up till date, the only country to build its own nuclear weapons and to voluntarily dismantle its nuclear weapons programme. There is no other country in history that has done so.

10. It should be noted that the very first world’s heart transplant was done in South Africa and that was on 3rd December 1967. It was performed on Louis Washkansky, a Lithuanian Jew migrant, at the Groote Schuur Hospital in Cape Town South Africa.

The surgical operation lasted for six hours. However, Washkansky succumbed to pneumonia eighteen days after the renowned transplant.