College licensing price not negotiable however could be paid partially – NaSIA

The National Schools Inspectorate Authority (NaSIA) formally Nationwide Inspectorate Board (NIB) says the college licensing price within the nation is just not negotiable however can nevertheless be paid by way of installments if want be.

Dr. Haggar Hilda Ampadu, the Govt Director and Inspector-Normal of Faculties of the Nationwide Faculties Inspectorate Authority (NaSIA) introduced this talking at a stakeholder engagement in Accra on Tuesday.

She talking on the assembly mentioned all Pretertiary faculty proprietors have as much as December 31, 2021, to license their faculties because the Schooling Act, Act 1023 requires faculty homeowners to amass a license from NaSIA to function.

The Inspector-Normal of NASia mentioned the December 31, 2021 deadline is to to permit faculty homeowners and proprietors that had been badly hit by the novel coronavirus (Coivd-19) pandemic put together totally for the method.

“We’re giving faculties as much as the tip of 2021 to license their faculties, if then, faculties haven’t performed it numerous sanctions can be utilized to defaulters,”

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Dr. Hilda mentioned the legal guidelines can be strictly utilized after the December 2021 deadline including that numerous sanctions can be meted out to pre-tertiary non-public and public faculties that don’t purchase licenses by December 2021.


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