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All Nations University to hold World Space Week Oct. 10

World Space Week 2018

The World Space Week is the biggest Space event in the World. The event celebrates the contributions of Technology to the support of human life.

The event is organized in each County by activists in this field. Annually, since 2014, the All Nations University – Space Systems Technology Laboratory spearheads the event for Ghana.

A unique event is being organized for 2018. This program is THE FIRST RESEARCH AND POWERPOINT PRESENTATION COMPETITION FOR HIGH SCHOOLS IN GHANA.

For this event, High schools will assemble at the All Nations University Engineering Campus on the 10th October 2018, from 10am to 2pm. They will make a PowerPoint presentation on certain interesting topics which have been given to them on which they are currently doing deep research.

There will be renowned persons who will be there as judges . The Schools will be judged according to their presentation Skill, Content Quality, Fluency etc. The best school for 2018 will be awarded.

This is the first of its kind in Ghana. The inspiration for the idea is to get students improve on their public presentation skill which they will need in the business world and secondly we want to see High Schools in Ghana compete in a very different way.

The program will obviously be associated with a lot Cheering, JAMA songs etc from the students. Since it is the first time, the competition will be between only 10 famous schools in Ghana like Accra Academy, Pojoss , krobo Girls, Presec , Ghanass and others. It promises to be intensive and exciting.



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