UBIDS TTFPP GROUP LIST UPDATED
UPDATED LEVEL 200 TTFPP GROUPING
APPLY: Ghana Scholarship Secretariat Online Application
APPLY: GNPC SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION FORM
USE YOUR “NAME“,”ID NUMBER” TO SEARCH FOR YOUR GROUP NUMBER, COMMUNITY AND MEMBERS. TYPE INTO THE SEARCH BUTTON
[table id=19 /]
PLEASE TAKE NOTE OF THE FOLLOWING:
1. CHECK TO ENSURE THAT YOUR DETAILS ARE PART OF THE GROUPINGS.
2. TAKE NOTE OF THE DISTRICT YOU ARE IN AND ENSURE THAT YOU REPORT ON THE DAY ALLOCATED TO YOU.
3. THE REPORTING DAYS ARE AS FOLLOWS:
A. KINTAMPO MUNICIPAL “B” 29 AUGUST, 2021 (GROUP 1 TO 25)
B. KINTAMPO SOUTH “A” 29H AUGUST, 2021 (GROUP 26 TO 50)
C. KINTAMPO SOUTH “B” 30TH AUGUST, 2021 (GROUP 51 TO 75)
4. FAILURE TO REPORT ON THE SAID DATES WILL MEAN A STUDENT MAY MISS THE BUS THAT WILL CONVEY THEIR GROUP MEMBERS TO
THE COMMUNITY AND WILL THEREFORE HAVE TO FARE THEMSELVES TO THE COMMUNITIES.
The third trimester field practical programme (TTFPP) is an essential component of the curricula of the University for Development Studies (UDS). … To inform the ongoing research, teaching and learning activities of the university which are designed to meet the development needs of local communities.
Integrated TTFPP: Concept and rationale
This significant modification entails the combination of students from all the faculties: Agriculture, Integrated Development Studies; Applied Science and the school of Medicine and Health Sciences. This integrated approach is informed by the growing awareness of the holistic approach to the solution of development problems of the deprived communities, which UDS has positioned itself to serve. This Integrated approach would therefore enable students to appreciate community problems and opportunities in a holistic manner through the perception and appreciation of such problems from various angles, secondly, the integration will help broaden the knowledge and experience of students, as they would have the opportunity to interact and learn from each other. It will also foster in them the spirit of team work, which is very essential for work in a world that is becoming increasingly complex and requiring collective efforts to overcome challenges.
In consonance with the vision of the university, the integrated TTFPP will continue to be a community-centered and entails a three year active and constructive interaction between the University and the communities to work towards the solution of their development problems.
This community-technical interface is aimed at:
- Promoting active and constructive interactions of both students and staff with the local communities to facilitate socio-economic transformation.
- Exposing both students and lecturers, practically, to the nexus of development problems of deprived communities in Ghana and particularly in Northern Ghana;
- Fostering favorable attitudes in students towards working in Deprived communities;
- Supporting the District Assemblies, Local communities and other development actors to implement and sustain the government’s decentralization and other pro-poor programmes.
- Placing the University in a better position to provide useful services through the exchange of knowledge and its application to address the intractable development needs and aspirations of these communities;
- Informing the ongoing research, teaching and learning activities of the University, which are designed to meet the development needs of local communities.
Content and organisation
The three year intensive engagement is an iterative process that introduces the student to community studies in the first year. In this introductory phase the student is equipped with the necessary skills to enable him/her, together with the community members collect and analyse information leading to the preparation of a community profile. In the second year the students and their respective communities build on what was done in the previous year to enable them identify the development problems and challenges. In the third year students work in smaller groups on specific problem areas together with the community members with a view to formulating specific interventions. Given the growing student numbers and the need to ensure sustainability the fieldwork will be organized as follows to:
Students are continuously assessed at all the phases of the programme – orientation, community immersion, community and district level seminars and workshops and written reports. This ensures the effective participation of all students in the programme.
Also, For More Updates, Click Here
To get daily Job & News Alerts on WhatsApp, Join Our WhatsApp Group via the link below.