The College of Arts and Social Science in Adi-Keih has already begun regular activities with 800 students and 80 teachers, according to Dr. Ogbagebreal Beraki, Dean of the College.
Adi-Keih, 2 November 2010 – The College of Arts and Social Science in Adi-Keih has already begun regular activities with 800 students and 80 teachers, according to Dr. Ogbagebreal Beraki, Dean of the College.
The College is providing educational opportunities in degree and diploma in various fields of study, including Archeology, English Language, Geography, Political Science, Eritrean Linguistic Study, Journalism and the like.
Dr. Ogbagebreal went on to say providing post-graduate distance learning and other educational opportunities would be among the College’s major future programs with a view to upgrading the competence of lecturers. Research and documentation tasks would also be enhanced on the part of students, he added.
The students said on their part that pursuing study in the college has ample advantages as it is located in Adi-Keih sub-zone which is endowed with rich relics and historical sites. They further indicated that the construction of such a modern college fully attests to the Government’s commitment to the development of education.
The College which was constructed at an expenditure of 255 million Nakfa is equipped with Ground + 2 buildings involving 5 blocs that could provide dormitory service to 1,800 students, 30 different size classrooms, 60 teachers’ residence rooms, laboratory and library, among others.