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Halhale College of Business and Economics graduates 362 students with degree and diploma

Halhale College of Business and Economics today graduated a total of 362 students who have been pursuing their studies in degree and diploma programs in the fields of Finance, Accounting, Business Management, Economics, Marketing, Public Administration, Banking, Secretarial Science as well as Tourism and Hotel Management.

Halhale, 6 July 2013 – Halhale College of Business and Economics today graduated a total of 362 students who have been pursuing their studies in degree and diploma programs in the fields of Finance, Accounting, Business Management, Economics, Marketing, Public Administration, Banking, Secretarial Science as well as Tourism and Hotel Management.

Speaking at the graduation ceremony, the Minister of Tourism, Ms. Askalu Menkorios, stated that the government has been exerting endeavors towards raising the production capacity of citizens on the basis of raising equitability of educational opportunities at all levels. She further indicated that the role of professional youths nurtured by the higher national educational institutions is significant in laying reliable economic foundation for the nation, and called on the graduates to demonstrate hard work in their respective careers.

Dr. Estifanos Hailemariam, College Dean, congratulated the graduating batch, and said that the college is dedicated to equipping youths with the necessary knowledge, thus raising their input in the nation-building process and promoting societal socio-economic wellbeing. He also disclosed that the college has sent 15 staff members abroad for further studies in Masters and Doctoral degrees.

A representative of the graduates expressed satisfaction with the free educational opportunity accorded them at government expenditure, and voiced his colleagues’ readiness to back national economic ventures.

197 of the current batch graduated with degree, while the 165 are diploma-holders. The college is graduating for the sixth time, according to reports.

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