There is a new trend in education and everything is changing since the world and its activities are subjected to change. Gone are the days when we sit in examination hall to write examination on papers using pens and pencils. It will take a very long time before the examiners will compile all the papers and mark them one after the paper. That old fashioned system seems to be fading away due to the rampant innovation of technology.
The registrar of the Nursing and Midwifery of Ghana, Mr. Felix Nyanteh ever since his emergence has made things to go electronic. Monitored by Ahomka.News on the council's official Facebook page saw students using computer to write the exams at one of the examination centres at University of Cape Coast.
In their Facebook post, it was written; "March 2021 online licensing examination begins. The Nursing and Midwifery Council has begun the March 2021 online licensing examinations for the basic programmes. The Registrar of the Council, Mr. Felix Nyante, accompanied by some senior officials of the council visited the examination centre at the University of Cape Coast. Mr. Nyante commended the Chief Examination officers as well as invigilators for maintaining order and discipline in all the examination centres".
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