Adi-Keih College of Art and Social Science graduated 180 students on 12 July with Degree and Diploma.
Mendefera, 13 July 2016- Adi-Keih College of Art and Social Science graduated 180 students on 12 July with Degree and Diploma. Among the graduates 130 graduated with Degre and 33 with Diploma. 17 Police officers from the Dekemhare Police College also graduated with law.
Speaking at the graduation ceremony, Dr. Woldetnsae Tewolde, Dean of the College, indicated that the college which commenced providing training in five fields of study from 2006 onwards is currently providing training in eleven fields of study.
Dr. Woldetnsae also said that the instructors who have been abroad for Masters and PHD programs have come back completing their studies and that the shortage of instructors has already been alleviated. He further pointed out that the training of journalism has been upgraded from Diploma to Degree level, post graduate program has been introduced, educational materials for the visually impaired students put in place and digital library has been introduced.
The Minister of Justice, Ms. Fauzia Hashim noted that the availability of developed human resources is the main denominator in the economic development process and that the Government is giving priority for the development of the education sector. She also commended the Adi-Keih College of Art and Social Science for the effort it is striving to develop the human resources capacity in the country.
Since its establishment in 2006, the Adi-Keih College of Art and Social Science has graduated 1195 students.