Hawassa, Ethiopia — Hawassa University said it has finalized preparation to enroll students in 29 fields of studies in post and under graduates programs.
The university graduates on Saturday 3,647 students in PhD, second and first degrees.
At the graduation ceremony, University’s president Admasu Tsegaye said the university would offer trainings in agriculture, forestry, natural resource and natural science fields.
He said the university is undertaking expansion construction at a cost of 300 million birr. The construction includes classrooms, dormitory, dining hall, library, laboratory and administrative blocks, among others.
The university is currently enrolling over 21,000 students in various fields.
The president said the university has already started implementing business process re-engineering.
He said the university is being offering trainings to 168 teachers here and abroad. Some 329 teachers would also be trained for second and PhD degrees.
After handing over degrees to the graduates and awards to outstanding students, South Ethiopia People State Chief, Shiferaw Shigute said the prime attention given by the government to higher education would help to increase the number of universities in the country.
Shiferaw said the incumbent government aims at producing skilled human resource in various sectors.
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