According to the University of Mines and Technology (UMaT), it will on Saturday, September 19, 2020, hold its 12th graduation ceremony with only postgraduate, and first-class undergraduate graduands as attendances.
UMaT in a statement copied to Georgeweb.org said only postgraduate, and first-class undergraduate graduands who completed their programs by August 2020 will be presented at the University’s auditorium physically.
The Management of the University of Mines and Technology advised that graduands are not invited any guest (parents, relative) to the ceremony.
“All postgraduate and first-class graduands are expected to attend [a mandatory] congregation rehearsal on Friday, 18th September 2020 in the auditorium and should be seated by 1:30 pm,” it said in the statement.
Meanwhile, the University has arranged for the remaining undergraduate graduands will join the congregation virtually via a zoom link that will be made available to them.
According to UMaT, postgraduate and first-class graduands will pay GHS 120.00, while the other undergraduate graduands will pay GHS 60.00 to cover the presentation of tubes, the supply of congregation brochures, and administrative charges.
UMaT in the release indicated graduands who absent themselves from the ceremony will pay the quoted amount respectively before their certificate are being issued to them.
The Minister for Education and Member of Parliament for Manhyia South Constituency, Dr Matthew Opoku Prempeh popularly known as NAPO will be the special Guest of Honour for the 12th graduation ceremony.