(1) The governing body of a Technical University is a Council consisting of

(a) a chairperson, with expertise or experience in higher  education, nominated by the President;
(b) the Vice-Chancellor of the Technical University;
(c) three persons nominated by the President taking into consideration

(i) the need for gender balance;
(ii) scientific qualification, or professional experience relevant to the degree programmes offered by the Technical University;
(iii) expertise in management and finance; and
(iv) expertise in skills development at the tertiary level;

(d) one representative of the National Council for Tertiary Education;
(e) one representative of the Council for Technical and Vocational Education and Training; (fl one representative of the Association of Ghana Industries;
(g) one representative elected by the Conference of Heads of Assisted Senior High Schools;
(h) two representatives of the Convocation elected by the Convocation one of whom is a non-teaching staff; (one representative of the teaching staff elected the Teaching Staff Association;
(i) one elected representative of the Senior Staff Association;
(k) one elected representative of the Junior Staff Association;
(l) one representative of the undergraduate students of the Technical University elected by the Students’ Representative Council;
(m) one representative of the graduate students of the Technical University elected by the Graduate Students Association;
(n) one representative of the alumni of the Technical University elected by the Alumni Association;
(o) one representative of the Ghana Employee Association; and
(p) one representative of the Association of Principals of Technical Institutes.

(2) The chairperson and other members of the Council shall be appointed by the President in accordance with article 70 of the Constitution.