Nduom School of Business and Technology Students Receive $1,000 Each on Graduation

Pioneering Nduom School of Business and Technology Students Receive $1,000 Each on Graduation
Pioneering Nduom School of Business and Technology Students Receive $1,000 Each on Graduation

The Nduom School of Business and Technology (NSBT) has held its first graduation and third matriculation ceremony.

During the event, the founder and Chairman of the Governing board, Dr. Papa Kwesi Nduom, fulfilled his promise to the first eight students of the institution by gifting each of them $1,000 upon their graduation.

The graduating class, which consisted of 25 students, including eight females and 17 males, showcased exceptional academic achievements.  

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Among them were two first-class honours, 12 second-class upper, nine second-class lower, and two third-class honours.

Originally, Dr. Nduom intended to provide the students with seed money to start small businesses while still studying.  However, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this plan was disrupted.

Speaking at the graduation ceremony, Dr. Nduom stated, “That did not happen, so today after you receive your degree, each one of you, the eight students, will receive $1000 in cash.”

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He further urged the beneficiaries to invest the money wisely, highlighting the importance of using it for productive purposes, such as starting a business or making future investments.

In addition to honoring the promise made to the initial eight students, the graduation ceremony served as a testament to NSBT’s dedication to providing quality education in business and technology.  

Dr. Nduom reiterated the institution’s goal of becoming a leader in these sectors and emphasized the practical and positive learning environment that NSBT offers for academic excellence.

Dr. Nduom also advised the graduates on the significance of perseverance, valuing every opportunity, and maintaining the friendships formed during their time at NSBT.

He assured the institute’s commitment to ensuring the successful employment of all 25 graduates, urging them to stay connected to the institution for further support and guidance.

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The Rector of NSBT, Rev. Prof. Daniel Adjepong Nyarko, highlighted the school’s efforts in establishing partnerships with international universities, particularly in the USA.

He also mentioned the collaboration with the Ivorian Ministry of Technical and Vocational Education and Training to enhance English language proficiency for 197 Ivorian students.

Representatives from the Ghana Tertiary Education Commission (GTEC) commended the graduates for their accomplishments and encouraged them to apply their education towards solving societal problems and securing employment.

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They emphasized the versatility of the skills learned at NSBT, stating that they could be applied in various sectors, regardless of the field of study.

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