The Administration of Hamelmalo College of Agriculture said that agricultural activities in the sub-zone have created conducive ground for research activities.
Hamelmalo, 17 April, 2012 – The Administration of Hamelmalo College of Agriculture said that agricultural activities in the sub-zone have created conducive ground for research activities.
Mr. Semere Amlesom, Dean of the College, indicated that agricultural academy conducted with a pragmatic exposure towards farmers and their activities is advantageous. He further explained that such an opportunity gives base for students to deal with farmers as regards problem solving and exchange of knowledge. He further indicated that as the college is founded away from urban environment has enabled students to be devoted to their studies with full concentration, and that graduates from the college have considerably met the demand for agriculture professionals.
The College’s administration explained that it owns a total of 70 hectares of farm land on which students can conduct research, and that endeavors are being exerted to extend internet facility in the college. Reports also indicate that a growing trend in women’s participation has been witnessed with an initial record of 16% girl students, which has presently increased by 21%.
Hamelmalo College of Agriculture provides studies in 9 fields and is expected to introduce Masters Program as of September 2012.