Takoradi Polytechnic students can now obtain attachment letters online- Mr Timothy Simpson

TPCONNECT- an in house research team of the Takoradi Polytechnic has developed a software (T’poly Industrial Liaison Portal) which can enable students of the school to go online and download their attachment letters.

Mr Timothy Simpson, Project Manager of the team told news agency in an interview that the system could be accessed online and via the Takoradi Polytechnic main website adding: “Students can now be able to obtain and print their attachment letters online.”

The new system according to him has the ability to generate several reports. It could sort out students by name, location, company, programme and department as well as any other report when needed.
Mr Simpson said the online portal would be maintained by the ICT Services Department, adding that the system could be customised for any institution upon request.
He was grateful for the support of Management and team members especially, Heads of Department, Computer Science and ICT Services who are also members of the team.
“We have plans of having an intranet platform (internal network) where students, lecturers, administrative staff and unit heads can have access to the Polytechnic Online Services based on their access rights and level of responsibility,” he said.
The student portal could be accessed via the website link: liaison.tpoly.edu.gh

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