Professor Philip Duku Osei, the Deputy Rector, Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA), has urged the first cohort of students of the Doctor of Management programme to be self-disciplined and eschew acts that would derail their academic pursuits.
“Discipline will help you to be focused on your studies, do more research, finish your programme on time and achieve academic excellence and impact positively the knowledge acquired to your various organisations,” he added.
Prof Duku Osei gave the advice at the weekend at a ceremony to welcome the 10 students admitted to begin the three-year Doctor of Management programme at GIMPA, Accra.
He charged the students of the programme, being the maiden one, to give off their best saying certificates would be presented to deserving students who had proven records of academic brilliance.
He advised them to cooperate with the lecturers and do all assignments as directed by faculty members to avoid any untoward situation, urging them to begin thinking about their topics for the thesis and start working on them as early as possible.
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