The special/manual placement according to the Management of the Ghana Education Service (GES) is a means by which certain candidates are placed considering their peculiar situations.
The following categories of candidates are placed manually:
I. Special Needs and Gifted candidates (visually/ hearing impaired,
iii. Protocol Allocation
Special/manual placement and Gifted Students
There are specific schools which accept special and gifted candidates. The manual placement system provides the following capabilities for such candidates:
i. Allows re-entry for special students only
ii. There is a separate interface for manual processing for special students.
iii. Provides separate allocation of vacancies for special students in selected schools.
manual/special placement Seminarians
Seminary schools are establishments that train a section of their students for future Priesthood. These institutions conduct their own interviews and examination exercises to select specific candidates who are best suited for the purposes of the Seminary.
A fraction of the declared vacancies is reserved for protocol allocation for schools. This allocation is mainly used to serve stakeholders of the schools.