Arba Minch University
Mr. Jemal Said Ebrahim has scored a GPA of 3.96 and he is the top candidate in his field of study in AMU. When asked, how he got this, he replied saying that he had worked hard. “I have been studying for more than 8 hours per day” says he and this has helped him to stand first in his field. He had studied hard in primary and secondary schools and he has been reading extra books part from classes. He has been reading not just class books but other subject books as well and this has kept him abreast with knowledge.
Mr. Yenealem Ewentu Jewdie of Economics Department has something to feel proud of for what he has done. He has score 3.94, a very high score among all economics candidates, something which has earned him topper model for his class in the Graduation ceremony. “I study hard, from primary school to college and I put in around 8 hours of work perday” he says. Also, he likes to read books on many subjects written by scholars and authors and that has been published on many subjects.
Arba Minch University’s 10-member Organizing Committee would be felicitating around 2,000 individuals from its community for putting in painstaking efforts in successfully organizing the Sports Festival. It’s a three-day program which will continue from 6th to 8th June at its Main Campus.
The Sports Festival was held at AMU’s sprawling campus from February 16 to March 3, 2013, which saw 5000 sporting personalities from around 34 universities across Ethiopia participating in it.
On the first day - 6th June, members from Academics will be honored, on 7th June, students and on the last day - 8th June, members Administration support staff members would be felicitated.
Dr Yechale Kebede, Dean of Continuous & Distance Education, is the chairperson of Felicitation Committee, while Ato Genene Gedebu Feleha, Director of Corporate Communication Directorate, Mr Chombe Anagaw and others are also part of the panel.
He is shy, introvert yet very expressive. He might look timid but his intensity accompanied by inbuilt poetic temperament has got him anchored in the reality of life. He thinks more from heart then mind, thus his angst and agony for those at the receiving end find its way through poems.
Zemenu Haddis Desalew, 24, the overall topper for this academic year 2012-13, from College of Social Science and Humanities hails from Amhara region in Debayitilatgin district. He has great penchant for Amharic language; and the results is evident as he has secured GPA 4, leaving 34 of them trailing behind.
Lack of awareness has been causing immense damage to the in-built potential of solar energy. But systems installed in the schools and hospitals that benefit community in a larger way can be the pointer that solar energy can be the second option after hydro, geothermal and wind power in Ethiopia.
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