Dunkwa Nursing, Midwifery College holds 11th matriculation

The Dunkwa Nursing and Midwifery Training College has held its 11th matriculation ceremony and formally admitted 753 fresh students.

About 301 students would study general nursing, while 210 and 196 will pursue midwifery and nurse assistance clinical respectively.

Mr. Ben Samson, Principal of the College, said the administration of the college received 2,814 qualified applications, but limited infrastructure and facilities disabled it from offering more

admissions. He congratulated those who gained entry into the college and urged them to take their lessons seriously to avoid expulsion from the college.

Mr. Ben Samson said they should make sure they attend lectures, concentrate on their books and take their clinical attachment for practical training at hospitals seriously. He urged them to remain focused, avoid acts of indiscipline, absenteeism and lateness either to class or the hospital.

The Principal reminded the students that promotion would be based solely on academic performance and warned of the withdrawal of students who fail to make the mark.

Mr. Ben Samson appealed to parents to support their children to achieve their aims of enrolling in the school reminding them and the students that acts of indiscipline would be sanctioned.

Dr. Benjamin Annan, the Dunkwa Municipal Health Director congratulated the principal and the entire staff for their hard work for the construction of a magnificent infrastructure for the school.

He also thanked the chiefs and those who have supported the school from the beginning till date and lamented on some numerous challenges facing the school.

The Health Director appealed to the government and Health ministry to assist the college to expand its infrastructure to boost teaching and learning.


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here