Arba Minch University
Geology is a science that plays a crucial role in the development of a country like Ethiopia. Though, we have good resources, but, we need skilled manpower which can explore and exploit the resources systematically; and young geologists are responsible for that, Academic Affairs Vice President, Dr Agena Anjulo said.
Despite Ethiopia’s climatic conditions favoring horticultural crops including fruits and vegetables of temperate, tropical and sub-tropical origin, yet annually we could grow 2 million tones of fruits and vegetables from 12,000 hectares of land, which is insignificant, rued Academic Affairs Vice President, Dr Agena Anjulo.
College of Business & Economics’ Department of Economics has conducted an internal review workshop on one of its two new Post-Graduate programs to be launched in the next academic year – ‘MA in Development Economics’ at Lecture Theatre, Main Campus on 25th June, 2014. MSc in Agricultural Economics is the second program department is contemplating to introduce.
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Community Service Directorate-guided pet project - Integrated Practice-based Adult Education being implemented at Arba Minch University’s Main Campus, Shara and Weze kebeles has started yielding results with 288 trainees completing Level-I education. All the trainees were given certificates in a program organized at Lecture Theatre, Main Campus on September 9, 2014.
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