Jimma University, one of state owned universities, graduated on Sunday 1833 students after completion of relevant training in the regular and continuing education program.
The ongoing expansion construction the university launched at a cost of 580 million birr is well in progress.
After handing over certificates to the graduates and awards to outstanding students University president Dr. Kaba Urgessa said the students were enrolled in diploma, first and second degree programs.
He said the graduates received relevant training in agriculture, veterinary, business and economics, law, technology and natural sciences fields.
Chairperson of University Board of Directors and Mayor of Addis Ababa City Administration Kuma Demikisa through his representative said that the graduates should contribute their share for the advancement of the nation.
University’s Academic and Research Vice President Dr. Abebaw Gashaw on his part said the university is training some 31,435 and 452 students in undergraduate and post graduate programs respectively.
He said the university finalized preparations to open new post graduate programs in seven fields.
Dr. Abebaw said the construction of buildings and referral hospital at cost of 580 million Birr is well in progress.
The university has finalized preparations to launch BPR as of the coming July.
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