Message from President’s Office

Welcome to Kessben (University) College (KUC). It is with great enthusiasm and aspirations that I have joined the KUC – the College that was inspired and built upon the grand vision for providing affordable quality higher education in Ghana by its founder Mr. Stephen Boateng. The campus surrounded by a vast expanse of
greenery and pleasant natural environment has beautiful, ultra-modern buildings and infrastructure set against verdant lawns and tropical flora, which provide a cool and refreshing atmosphere conducive to academic studies. KUC has a world-class campus with unique environment-friendly, sustainable infrastructure and facilities. It has a very conducive environment for teaching, research, entrepreneurship and community service geared towards the socio-economic development of society. It provides excellent opportunities to its students for learning, outside classroom activities, leadership and career placement. Honestly, I am proud to become a member of the Kessben (University) College family.
Our collective goal is to expand educational and research opportunities, integrate educational programmes with human values, creativity, innovation, and professional leadership, with ultimate objective of providing the best education in the country. Within a safe and secured campus, presently the KUC offers a number of university undergraduate degree programmes including: BSc Business Administration (with options in Accounting, Marketing, HR Management and Banking & Finance); BSc ICT; and also planning to offer a wide variety of other undergraduate, graduate as well as postgraduate programmes. The challenges are formidable and the constraints unceasing, yet, we are confident that KUC will meet the challenges of the education sector in the coming years.
I deem it an honour and privilege to be able to work along a highly committed faculty, staff and students of this College. I take this opportunity to invite you to explore the College website to get update information on different activities. Look forward to seeing prospective students in various programmes offered by Kessben (University) College.

Prof. K. Singh
Ph.D., D.Sc.(h.c), CPhys(UK), FInstP (UK), FGhInstP

Brief Profile
Professor Keshaw Singh is a Professor of Physics. He obtained his B.Sc. and M.Sc. degrees in 1966 and 1968 respectively from the University of Gorakhpur, India. He obtained his Ph.D. in 1971 from Banaras Hindu University(BHU), India. He was also awarded an Honorary D.Sc. Degree (honoris causa) by Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Kumasi, Ghana in 2002.
Research Interest
Solid State Physics, Materials Science, Nanotechnology
Research Publications: More than 80.

SOME SELECTED PUBLICATIONS
1 K. Singh and B.R. Singh, Instability Phenomena in Thin Insulating Films of Silicon
Journal of Microelectronics and Reliability (U.K.) Vol.15, 385(1976).
2 Keshaw Singh and R.Y. Tamakloe; Power output of A1/SnO2/n-Si solar cell.
Solar Energy, Vol.56, No.4(1996).
3 Keshaw Singh , Photoresponse of metal /A12O3/metal Devices.
Turkish Journal of Physics, Vol. 21, No. 12 (1997).
4 Keshaw Singh and S.N.A. Hammond, Current –Voltage characteristics and Photoresponse of metal/A12O3/metal Devices. Turkish Journal of Physics, Vol. 22, No. 4, (1998).
5 R.Y. Tamakloe and K. Singh, Phtovoltaic Stand Alone System
European Journal of Scientific Research, Vol.20, N0.2 (2008) pp 384 –396.
6 R.Y. Tamakloe , K. Singh and Clovis A. Linkous
European Journal of Scientific Research, Vol.20, N0.2 (2008) pp 397 – 405.
7 R. Y. Tamakloe , K. Singh, T. Opoku-Donkor, H2O2 As Electron Acceptor in Double Chamber Microbial Fuel Cells, International Journal of Advanced Research in Engineering & Technology (IJARET), Volume 5, Issue 1, January (2014), pp. 01-06.
8 K. Singh*, Brajraj Singh and R. Chaudhary “ A New Form of Extended Ziman-Faber Theory for Liquid and Amorphous Binary Alloys” International Journal of Advanced Research in Engineering & Technology (IJARET), Volume 5, Issue 1, January (2014), pp. 36-44.
9 T. Opoku-Donkor, R. Y. Tamakloe, R. K. Nkum, K. Singh, Effect of COD on OCV, Power Production and Coulombic Efficiency of Single-Chamber Microbial Fuel Cells International Journal of Advanced Research in Engineering & Technology (IJARET), Volume 4, Issue 7, November – December 2013, pp. 198-206
10 M. Mishra, P.P. Paltani, B. Singh, and K. Singh, Gaussian Beam in Highly nonlocal nonlinear medium, International Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics, Volume 83 (5), 2013.