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‘70:30 ratio,’ to be achieved to ensure quality, says Gezmu

Wednesday, 09 December 2015 17:27

As Ethiopia begins to rejoice in Growth and Transformation Plan-I success and started rallying its might for GTP-II to bolster economy, Arba Minch University too, has began to relook into the laid-out benchmarks supposed to narrow the gap between GTP-II goals and present-day reality.

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AMU to celebrate Ethiopian Nations, Nationalities and People’s Day on Nov 26

Tuesday, 24 November 2015 16:41

Arba Minch University in association with the House of Federation and Ministry of Education will celebrate 10th Ethiopian Nations, Nationalities and People’s Day with great enthusiasm on 26th November, 2015, at Main Campus. 

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EtMS visit: Dept of Meteorology & Hydrology holds daylong symposium

Wednesday, 25 November 2015 15:33

College of Natural Sciences’ department of Meteorology and Hydrology along with Ethiopian Meteorological Society (EtMS) in a daylong symposium discussed vital climatic issues impacting Ethiopian climate in the globe and possible mitigation strategies. Click here to see the pictures.

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Institute of Technology, two colleges sign cascading structure

Friday, 20 November 2015 08:34

Taking their cue from university’s top officials, Institute of Technology, College of Business & Economics and College of Social Science and Humanities have recently signed cascading structure agreements in their respective campuses. Click here to see the Pictures.

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AMU to have big ticket projects, strategic ties world-wide: Dr Feleke

Monday, 16 November 2015 16:25

Arba Minch University, with various reforms in academic and administrative arenas, is moving in right track to address institutional issues that invariably complement national needs. President, Dr Feleke Woldeyes, speaking on the broad spectrum of interests revealed as to how they will transform university in totality.

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