CoHSS President, Richard Kovor’s Plea To Dos Yields Result; KBN, Knust Bursary Disbursed Ahead Of April 7 Deadline
On the 25th of March, 2022, the President of the largest College in West Africa, the College of Humanities and Social Sciences (CoHSS), Master Richard Kovor who is famously known as Dr. K?? petitioned the office of the Dean of Students (DOS) pleading for the acceleration in the Disbursement of funds for the 2021/ 2022 academic year KBN and KNUST Bursary, successful applicants, ahead of the 7th April, 2022 deadline of payment of fees as set by the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) Management with the Fee Credit and Debt Management policy.
Interestingly, his petition has yielded results as the disbursement of funds for KBN and KNUST BURSARY was done yesterday, April 6 2022 which will help students pay their fees to prevent any deferment of courses or revocation of admission of first-year students.
“Pursuant to the GENERAL NOTICE N0 – 12/22 (RE: EXTENSION OF DEADLINE FOR PAYMENT OF SCHOOL FEES) released by the University after constant engagement with the Leadership of the KNUST – SRC and other Stakeholders, I write to sincerely and humbly ask for a swift response to the release of funds to successful applicants for the just-ended ended interviews of the KNUST Bursary and KBN ahead of the deadline of payment of fees.” the President indicated.
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He added that “the non-payment of academic fees by many students persists as data shows that most of our dear students fund their education themselves or are battled with unimaginable financial constraints which make them highly dependent on existing scholarships and bursaries to cater for important needs like payment of tuition and accommodation fees.”
“It is therefore imperative for us to fervently plead with the Students’ Affairs and Financial Services at your office to accelerate the disbursement processes of the KNUST SRC Bursary and KBN to all qualified students.”, he added.
“As students, we will continue to make extensive efforts by reaching out to philanthropists, families and relatives, and explore other pragmatic ways for support within this two-week extension period.”, he assured management.
He expresses a profound appreciation to the management and the SRC for the swift response as another of his numerous petitions seeking students’ welfare chalked success.Follow us on Whatsapp , Instagram, Twitter , Facebook