Reports coming in from the various District Education Directorates indicate that Ghana Education Service intends to collect data on fixed assets of all Basic Schools in the country. Teams of officers have been assembled to visit each school for this important exercise. The exercise is expected to begin on Monday, 18th October, 2021.
One District Statistics and Planning Officer in the Bono East Region wrote:
"Good evening colleagues.
Please a team of officers will be in your circuits from Monday, 18th October, 2021, to take data on fixed assets of your respective schools. All government property will be captured for this purpose. For example:
1. Television sets, tables, chairs, ceiling fans, cupboards, cabinet, school buildings, land, etc.
2. Code all assets
3.Tables and chairs should be captured class by class and coded eg. NN/AAF/DD/001B1.
Explained as Nkranza North District /Akrudwa African Faith/Dual Desks /001/Basic 1.
4. Indicate where assets can be located in school. eg Heads office, computer lab, class 1, JHS 1 etc
5. Model number, model type if available when the asset is an electronic device.
6. State the year the asset was acquired and put to use.
All assets obtained from 2012 with the exception of building should be considered.
Give the cost of the asset.
Assist the team for a smooth data collection.
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