The End-of-semester exams at Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST) have been temporarily suspended until further notice.
The Universities Teachers Association of Ghana has taken industrial action in response to the strike.
This is as a result of an industrial action that has been embarked on by the Universities Teachers Association of Ghana.
A new schedule will be announced at the appropriate time, according to a statement issued by Margeret Dzisi, Deputy Registrar, Academic Affairs.
Many other universities have decided to postpone their end-of-semester exams, including the University of Ghana.
UTAG is on strike.
Lecturers all around the country are asking for their salary to be increased.
The University Teachers Association of Ghana (UTAG) wants the Basic plus Market Premium of a lecturer to be set at $2,084.42 in the 2012 conditions of service.
The National Executive Committee of UTAG said that all academic activities, including the conduct and supervision of examinations, will be discontinued when the strike began on August 2, 2021.
The whole statement can be found here.