Public Colleges of Education First Class Ranking out; Ola College tops all- Check details

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Ola College of Education, Cape Coast
Ola College of Education, Cape Coast

The 2020 First Class Ranking for Diploma in Basic Education Graduates from the Accredited Public Colleges of Education in Ghana has been released.

The First Class Ranking as published by the Colleges of Education Weekly Journal featured a total of Forty-six (46) Accredited Public Colleges of Education across the five Administrative Sectors of the Teacher Trainees Association of Ghana (TTAG).

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In the 2020 First Class Ranking, Ola College of Education tops all the Public Colleges of Education across the Country with a total of Forty (40) first class honours.

In a close competition were Berekum College of Education with thirty-seven (37) first class honours, Wesley College of Education with thirty-two (32) first class honours, Offinso College of Education having thirty-one (31) first class honours, Ada College of Education with thirty (30), Akrokerri College of Education and St. Francis College of Education, Hohoe with twenty-nine (29) first class honours each, Fosu College of Education and Bagabaga College of Education with twenty-seven (27) first class each.

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Presbyterian College of Education followed with a total of twenty-six (26) first class, with the Akatsi College of Education (Avenor University) producing twenty-five (25) first class graduates. Accra and Mount Mary Colleges of Education have produced twenty-four (24) first class honours leaving the rest behind.

Below is the Forty-six (46) Colleges of Education, the number of first class obtained and their position/ranking.

S/N COLLEGES OF EDUCATION                  NO. OF FIRST CLASS OBTAINED POSITION
1 Ola College of Education 40 1ST
2 Berekum College of Education 37 2ND
3 Wesley College of Education, Kumasi 32 3RD
4 Offinso College of Education 31 4TH
5 Ada College of Education 30 5TH
6 St. Francis College of Education, Hohoe 29 6TH
7 Akrokerri College of Education 29 6TH
8 Fosu College of Education, Assin Fosu 27 8TH
9 Bagabaga College of Education, Tamale 27 8TH
10 Presbyterian College of Education, Akropong 26 10TH
11 Akatsi College of Education 25 11TH
12 Accra College of Education 24 12TH
13 Mount Mary College of Education 24 12TH
14 St. Loius College of Education, Kumasi 20 14TH
15 Komenda College of Education 16 15TH
16 St. Teresa’s College of Education, Hohoe 16 15TH
17 Agogo Presbyterian College of Education 16 15TH
18 Atebubu College of Education 15 18TH
19 Tamale College of Education 14 19TH
20 Mampong Technical College of Education 14 19TH
21 E.P College of Education, Bimbilla 13 21ST
22 Abetifi College of Education 13 21ST
23 Jasikan College of Education 11 23RD
24 Enchi College of Education 11 23RD
25 SDA College of Education, Koforidua 10 25TH
26 St. John Bosco College of Education, Navrogo 10 25TH
27 St. Monica’s College of Education, Mampong 10 25TH
28 St. Joseph College of Education, Bechem 9 28TH
29 Holy Child College of Education, Takoradi 9 28TH
30 N.J Ahmadiya College of Education, Wa 8 30TH
31 Wiawso College of Education 7 31ST
32 Peki College of Education 5 32ND
33 Kibi Presbyterian College of Education 5 32ND
34 Tumu College of Education 5 32ND
35 Gbewaa College of Education, Pusiga 4 35TH
36 Methodist College of Education, Akim Oda 4 35TH
37 Bia Lamplighter College of Education, Sefwi Debiso 3 37TH
38 Al-Farouq College of Education 3 37TH
39 SDA College of Education, Agona Ashanti 3 37TH
40 McCoy College of Education, Nadowli 2 40TH
41 St. Vincent College of Education, Yendi 2 40TH
42 E. P College of Education, Amedzofe 2 40TH
43 Dambai College of Education 2 40TH
44 St. Ambrose College of Education 1 46TH
45 Presbyterian Women College of Education, Aburi 1 46TH
46 Holy Spirit College of Education 1 46TH

 

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Find below the 2020 first class league table of the Forty-six (46) Public Colleges of Education in Ghana according to the five administrative Sectors of TTAG.

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SOURCE: Coverghana.com.gh

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