Arba Minch University

Research out-puts must be used for community’s welfare: Dr Agena

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.

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Dept of Economics reviews MA in Development Economics’ curriculum

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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Integrated Practice-based Adult Education completes Level-I

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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