Over 390 students graduate in degree and diploma from CHS
Asmara, 30 June 2012 – A total of 396 students graduated in degree and diploma from the College of Health Science (CHS) in Radiology, Dentistry, Nursing, Anesthesia, Pharmacy, Laboratory Technology, Public Health and others. The number of degree and diploma holders is 115 and 281 respectively.
Speaking at the graduation ceremony, Ms. Amna Nurhusein, Minister of Health, pointed out that the Government has made considerable investment to strengthen human capital in the health sector, and that the number of medical personnel has been growing in all domains.
Indicating that the goal of the College is to nurture competent and ethically reliable medical professionals, Mr. Zerabruk Tesfamariam, the Acting Dean of CHS, stated that remarkable endeavors have been made with a view to meeting the demand for medical personnel. He further indicated that the College has a total of 1,612 students pursuing studies in 15 disciplines.
A representative of the graduating batch commended the academic opportunity accorded them at government expense, and said that they would serve the people with dedication and supplement the knowledge they have acquired with experience.
569 students graduate in certificate from Asmara Teachers Education Institute
Asmara, 30 June 2012 – Asmara Teachers Education Institute graduated 569 students in certificate, 131 of whom are females.
Speaking at the graduation ceremony, Mr. Alem Gebrekal, director of the Institute, indicated that the Institute is exerting endeavors to meet growing demand for teachers in line with the country’s expanding educational facilities. Stating that the capacity of the Institute’s library has become a considerable resource for students, he called on the graduating batch to play an exemplary role in their career.
Mr. Petros Hailemariam, director general of human resources development in the Ministry of Education, called on them to work hard for the realization of the cherished goal as regards education.
The representative of the graduating batch on his part asserted that they would serve the country with dedication.
Reports indicated that 58 out of the graduates pursued studies in the Arabic language. (Shabait)