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Students Asked To Use Internet Wisely

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Mr Andrews K. Mensah, Registrar of a Circuit Court in Ho said at the weekend that students cannot continue to demonstrate ill-will towards technological knowledge acquisition in the 21st Century and succeed.
He observed that the grandeur of the social media had taken the better part of students learning time at the expense of using the medium to research, deepen knowledge and become highly versatile and marketable in an era of limited avenues for employment.

Speaking to the Ghana News Agency in an interview, Mr Mensah said if the time students spent on social media could be translated into serious academic work, it would deepen innovation, knowledge branding, entrepreneurship and scholarship.