The Ministry of Health (MoH) has cautioned the general public to disregard news making rounds on some online news portals and social media platforms about the sales of 2021 admission forms for prospective applicants wishing to enter the Public Health Training Institutions in 2021.
In a press statement intercepted by educandghana.net and signed by the Chief Director of the Ministry of Health, Kwabena Boadu Oku-Afar, the announcement circulating is not from the Ministry of Health but may have been designed to lure unsuspecting applicants to part with their money. The Ministry is therefore notifying the public, especially parents and prospective applicants that, it has not commenced the sale of the 2021 admission forms yet.
According to the statement, the Ministry will officially communicate the date for the sale of the 2021 Public Health
Training Institutions’ Admission forms.
“The process for the application for entry into the Public Health Training Institutions is transparent and it
starts wilh the purchase of application codes from a designated bank. After payment, applicants are given
vouchers with a unique PIN code and Serial Number, which has a validity period”, the statement added.
The applicant can only use the PIN code and Serial Number to access the application online. Only applicants
who meet the admission requirements wil be invited to attend a competitive interview at the school of their
The Ministry of Health is, therefore, urging the public to disregard the online and social media
announcement regarding the 2021 admissions into the Public Health Training Institutions since it is not authentic.