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Re: መገሻ ኢሳይያስ ናብ ኢትዮጵያ ብዓይኒ ጋዜጠኛታት ኢትዮ-360 - ኣስመራ ዩኒቨርሲቲ ኣዕንዩ ጅማ ዩኒቨርሲቲ፡ ሓጽቢ መለስ ዝበጽሐ ጉዳመኛ ኢሳይያስ

Post by Kuasmeda » 17 Oct 2020, 01:19

The Agame pay role list 360 & Awash are a bunch of idiots who couldn't even know how to spread lies. Here are the Eritrean Colleges! Until 2004, the University of Asmara ( UoA ), which was established by Italian Missionaries in 195, was the only Institution of Higher Education ( IHE ) in the country. It had a limited capacity enrolling a maximum of 1200 students per year.

Thus, it was not only unable to absorb enough students at tertiary level but was also unable to fulfil higher education needs of the country.

To this effect, there was a felt need of decentralizing and expanding tertiary education throughout the country. As a result, in 2004 and 2005 seven new IHE were established in different parts of the country.These are:

i) Eritrea Institute of Technology (EIT), Mai Nefhi, which includes:
a) College of Education
b) College of Engineering and Technology.
c) College of Science.

ii) Hamelmalo Agricultural College (HAC), Hamelmalo.
iii) Asmara College of Health Sciences (ACHS), Asmara.
iv) Orotta School of Medicine & Dental Medicine (OSMDM), Asmara.
v) College of Marine Sciences & Technology (COMSAT), Massawa.
vi) Halhale College of Business and Economics (HCBE), Halhale.
vii) College of Arts and Social Sciences (CASS), Adi Keih.These colleges have higher standards all over the world.

The academic and administrative responsibilities in all IHE are organized in a similar way. With the advent of the IHE, there was a need to oversee and coordinate their activities. Thus, a provisional committee for the coordination of Higher Education (PCCHE) was established in October 2006 under the auspices of the Office of the President with Deans of all IHE as members.

National Board for Higher Education

Eritrea Institute of Technology


Hamelmalo College

Massawa College of Marine Science and Technology

Asmara College of Health Sciences

Orota School of Medicine and Dental Medicine

Adi-Keih College of Arts and Social Sciences

Halhale college of business and economics
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Re: መገሻ ኢሳይያስ ናብ ኢትዮጵያ ብዓይኒ ጋዜጠኛታት ኢትዮ-360 - ኣስመራ ዩኒቨርሲቲ ኣዕንዩ ጅማ ዩኒቨርሲቲ፡ ሓጽቢ መለስ ዝበጽሐ ጉዳመኛ ኢሳይያስ

Post by Fed_Up » 17 Oct 2020, 01:22

So this came from certified Low IQ people? Well the world IQ index saying different that this woyanus paid ugly መሃይም::

Let’s do fact check !!

Eritrea institute of Technology




Asmera University

https://lh5.googleusercontent.com/p/AF1 ... 147-n-k-no

College of Arts and Social Sciences



Asmera school of health sciences



College of Marine Sciences and Technology



Hamelmalo Agricultural College



Orota School of Medicine




The beginning, biggest and the best them ALL

SAWA
It is where boys become men and women become sharp shooters. Foundation where Eritreans meet the world for biggest challenge. Best school. period!





Now let’s do maths

Eritrea has at least 9 college for ~4,000,000 population
While Ethiopia has 32 colleges and universities for ~110,000,000

There fore Ethiopia should have at least 247.7 colleges and universities to match Eritrea. You see ? Ethiopia need 215.5 colleges and universities to build just to give its youth equal opportunity the Eritreans enjoying currently. God knows the Ethiopians educational quality. I will leave that for another day.

Now the question is why all this lies and misinformed their own listeners which I believe most of them are not as low iq as this so called Ethio 360 YouTubers. Is it worth it to lie for few clicks?

So this Youtubers either they are damn lazy that failed to few clicks away research or they have zero respect to their own audience.

የእኔ መልስ

እናታችሁን ል-ብ-ዳ-ላ-ች-ሁ -- ቀዳዶች


በተረት ተረት ውና ውሸት የነቀዘ የፈዘዘ ማህበረሰብ የትም አይደርስም::


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Post by Awash » 17 Oct 2020, 05:16

Fessmeda, Fessfass Agame:
None of these are internationally accredited workshops, meaning they don't meet the standards of a university or college. Maybe a vocational school. And you're comparing them with Asmara University? Ewnetim Dennqqorro. The Agame told you he didn't build squat
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Kuasmeda wrote:
17 Oct 2020, 01:19
The Agame pay role list 360 & Awash are a bunch of idiots who couldn't even know how to spread lies. Here are the Eritrean Colleges! Until 2004, the University of Asmara ( UoA ), which was established by Italian Missionaries in 195, was the only Institution of Higher Education ( IHE ) in the country. It had a limited capacity enrolling a maximum of 1200 students per year.

Thus, it was not only unable to absorb enough students at tertiary level but was also unable to fulfil higher education needs of the country.

To this effect, there was a fe[/image]
Awash wrote:
16 Oct 2020, 22:44


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Post by Zmeselo » 17 Oct 2020, 06:45

This ትዃን, never gets tired of spewing shite!

Norway Recognises Eritrea Higher Education

17 Mar 2016


The Norwegian Agency for Quality Assurance in Education (NOKUT) officially accredited all Eritrean Higher Education qualifications (Certificate, Diploma, Degrees)

The Norwegian Agency for Quality Assurance in Education (NOKUT), has given official recognition to all Higher Education qualifications from Eritrea and took action by including it on its database.

This official recognition comes three years after NOKUT and NUCAS, the Norwegian Universities and Colleges Admission Service, assess https://www.nokut.no/Documents/NOKUT/Ar ... 2013-1.pdf the scope, level and qualifications of the seven Higher Education Institutions in the country.
We hope that this information [database] will be useful for the higher education sector, the various approval offices and employers in their work with Eritrean qualifications,
said the statement https://www.nokut.no/no/Nyheter/Nyheter ... urcgPkrLIW posted on NOKUT website.

Eritrea has seen a change in its higher education system, in the period 2004–2010. The country’s only accredited institution before higher education, the University of Asmara, was laid down and a number of its underlying faculties have been restored to independent educational institutions in various parts of the country, and each of the institutions cover a single subject, which appears in the institution name.

The reform generally was not meant to introduce change in the system itself, but to change the number of institutions offering higher education in the country. As the result, higher education becomes more easily accessible to students living outside the capital for the first time.

NOKUT’s recognition of higher education from Eritrea, therefore, includes all qualifications from these seven state accredited Higher Education institutions and not to private institutions, although the legislation allows for this.

The seven Higher Educations institutions that are beneficiary from Norway’s accreditation, and by default by all Nordic countries, are: the Eritrea Institute of Technology, Hamelmallo Agricultural College, College of Health Sciences, Orotta School of Medicine and Dental Medicine, College of Marine Sciences & Technology, College of Business and Economics, and the College of Arts and Social Sciences.


ERITREA

Strengthening higher education in a time of peace

Munyaradzi Makoni

https://www.universityworldnews.com/pos ... 2095823223

12 December 2015

Eritrea has in recent months recruited foreign academics and signed international higher education agreements. It is an indication that the country may be turning a corner, putting war and destruction in the past and strengthening universities for the future.

University World News interviewed Professor Tadesse Mehari, executive director of Eritrea’s National Commission for Higher Education since 2008, who described the higher education landscape and numerous developments in recent years.

A time of war

Eritrea, a small country with a population of six million people, is located in the Horn of Africa on the Red Sea. It is bordered by Sudan in the west, Ethiopia in the south and Djibouti in the southeast, and across the sea is Saudi Arabia and Yemen.

Created by the incorporation of kingdoms and sultanates that resulted in Italian Eritrea, in 1947 Eritrea became part of a federation with much bigger Ethiopia.

Annexation sparked the Eritrean War of Independence, which lasted for three decades from 1961-91 and led to independence in 1993. A short period of peace was shattered by the Eritrean-Ethiopian War of 1998-2000 and there have since been clashes with both Ethiopia and Djibouti.

University of Asmara

The University of Asmara was founded in 1958 by the missionary Comboni Sisters and was long the country’s sole accredited university. But it stopped enrolling students in 2003, and the last batch of students graduated in 2007.

In the university’s place, seven colleges dotted around the country were opened.
It couldn't cater for the needs of higher education in the country and the government decided to open new institutes of higher education,
said Mehari.

The Norwegian Agency for Quality Assurance in Education and the Norwegian Universities and Colleges Admission Service wrote in a 2013 Eritrea higher education assessment report that the University of Asmara had been relocated to make higher education more accessible to students outside of the capital.

Other reasons were to build larger teaching facilities for a growing student body, and to find sufficient housing for students – a general problem encountered in Asmara.

The new institutes of higher education functioned concurrently with the University of Asmara, but a shortage of faculty and teaching facilities obliged the government to reallocate facilities of the university to the other institutes, Mehari told University World News.

The university’s premises are now being used by the Orotta School of Medicine and Dental Medicine and the law school, and some classes of Asmara College of Health Sciences are also conducted there.

A restructured landscape
They [the institutes] are satisfying the needs of higher education in the country,
said Mehari, a former director of academic affairs at the University of Asmara from 2001 to 2004 and its acting president until 2007.

Student enrolment had grown from the maximum of 1,200 that the University of Asmara could accommodate, with the institutes now enrolling between 4,000 and 5,000 students a year. So while the student population at Asmara University was 5,000 there are now close to 14,000 students in all higher education institutes.

More fields of study exist, with many recently introduced such as medicine and dentistry, optometry, mining and engineering. And higher education is available across the country’s regions, while it was limited to Asmara before.

Every year the institutions graduate 2,700 to 3,000 students and the majority obtain diplomas and bachelor degrees, with very few masters graduates. From 2008 to 2015 about 23,000 students have graduated from all the higher education institutes.

While graduate unemployment is a problem in other African countries, in Eritrea it is not.
Almost all graduates are assigned to the various ministries and government offices, so finding a job is not a problem,
said Mehari.

For Eritreans, national service is compulsory for all and university graduates are only awarded their qualifications after completing 18 months of national service, which includes six months of military training and a year of community service.

Growth

The National Commission for Higher Education was established in 2006 and is guided by the deans of higher education institutes in the country. It drives education developments, and since its formation teaching and learning activities have been harmonised across all institutes.

Mehari said academic and administrative guidelines had been produced, to aid in consolidating undergraduate programmes and in governing institutes. The existing curricula were revamped and new programmes were introduced
We had to make them relevant to the needs of the country and maintain international standards. We have initiated postgraduate programmes at masters level in some institutes,
he said.

The promotion of academics, which was stalled for several years, has resumed.
We have cultivated a culture of research and we keep soliciting funds for research and other activities,
according to Mehari.

Additional teaching and research facilities have been constructed in many of the institutes, and funds from development partners have equipped higher education with basic teaching and research facilities.

Partnerships have been established with more than 30 universities outside the country and this is continuing. They include universities in South Africa, Kenya, Sudan and Uganda.
These partnerships are contributing to the development of higher education in Eritrea through exchange of staff, students, collaborative research and [partner academics] serving as external examiners to our students,
Mehari said.

Challenges and initiatives

The main challenge to improving higher education is lack of highly skilled staff.
We only have a few qualified national staff in almost all our institutes,
Mehari admitted.
Thus, we are recruiting many expatriate staff to help us teach.
For instance, in August this year the Eritrean government hired 35 Kenyans to work as expatriate lecturers.

Mehari said about 30% of all faculty were expatriates and the country was spending a substantial amount of hard currency on this.
We are trying to solve the problem by sending junior faculty to be trained abroad for masters and PhDs.
Eritrea’s institutes of higher education have only 15 local professors and 23 expat professors, and 25 Eritrean and 26 expatriate associate professors.

Postgraduate programmes have started in higher education institutes and Eritreans working in government are being trained through distance education while working.
We are engaging Eritrean professionals in the diaspora to come and help us in teaching and research in their spare time. There is enormous potential in the United States, Canada and Europe,
he continued.

Digital libraries were also being established with Eritreans in the diaspora. An Eritrea-Finland collaboration to develop ICTs for education in higher education institutes was on the cards.

Mehari said postgraduate programmes were being developed and distance education promoted. Meanwhile, foreign institutions such as the University of South Africa and Swiss Management Center University had been saving the day with hard copies of materials they have online.
Online education is very limited at the moment because of the slow internet connectivity we have. But we have installed V-SATs in all institutions to improve the situation.
Plans are also underway to introduce a cost-sharing mechanism in higher education, as currently education from kindergarten through to higher education is free. Students fee protests have not featured in Eritrea as the government pays for everything – tuition fees, books, accommodation and food.

But student disquiet could follow cost-sharing on the higher education menu for the future.


Awash wrote:
17 Oct 2020, 05:16
Fessmeda, Fessfass Agame:
None of these are internationally accredited workshops, meaning they don't meet the standards of a university or college. Maybe a vocational school. And you're comparing them with Asmara University? Ewnetim Dennqqorro. The Agame told you he didn't build squat
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Kuasmeda wrote:
17 Oct 2020, 01:19
The Agame pay role list 360 & Awash are a bunch of idiots who couldn't even know how to spread lies. Here are the Eritrean Colleges! Until 2004, the University of Asmara ( UoA ), which was established by Italian Missionaries in 195, was the only Institution of Higher Education ( IHE ) in the country. It had a limited capacity enrolling a maximum of 1200 students per year.

Thus, it was not only unable to absorb enough students at tertiary level but was also unable to fulfil higher education needs of the country.

To this effect, there was a fe[/image]
Awash wrote:
16 Oct 2020, 22:44

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Post by Zmeselo » 17 Oct 2020, 06:56





The Adi-Keih College of Business & Social Science conferred today, in a virtual setting, 1st Degrees to 244, & Diplomas to 376 graduates in economics, business admin., law, archeology & other disciplines in the Humanities. Normative vibrant ceremony shelved, due to COVID-19 Guidelines.
(Yemane G. Meskel: @hawelti)

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Post by Awash » 17 Oct 2020, 11:19

The Agame told you he didn't build squat. He's telling you in plain, wedi komarit wedi shuQ tigrigna. Not even 15% go to his vocational schools after Sawa slave camp. Listin to the idiot Agame. ahbai :lol: :mrgreen: :lol:
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Re: መገሻ ኢሳይያስ ናብ ኢትዮጵያ ብዓይኒ ጋዜጠኛታት ኢትዮ-360 - ኣስመራ ዩኒቨርሲቲ ኣዕንዩ ጅማ ዩኒቨርሲቲ፡ ሓጽቢ መለስ ዝበጽሐ ጉዳመኛ ኢሳይያስ

Post by Zmeselo » 17 Oct 2020, 15:15

You're such an airhead & funnier even, you've convinced urself for being smart. Now, that's a tragedy!!!

Setting aside for a minute the fact that it's none of ur business what goes on within Eritrea as a self- confessed foreigner & the fact of your IDR (Isaias Derangement Syndrom), what do you think the Norwegian institute I posted about accredited? Ur mom's cheap punani?

Secondly, & since you post the same video of PIA as some kind of trophy & as a weapon for ur amateurish cyber bullying tactics, what he said there is simple to decipher for someone of average intelligence. As you usually mock Eritrea for aspiring to follow the Singapore path of development, the President here is saying & which every patriot agrees with is: YES- COMPARED TO WHAT WE WANT TO ACHIEVE & WHERE WE WANNA REACH- ALMOST NOTHING HAS BEEN DONE YET!

Capishi, testa di cazzo?



Awash wrote:
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The Agame told you he didn't build squat. He's telling you in plain, wedi komarit wedi shuQ tigrigna. Not even 15% go to his vocational schools after Sawa slave camp. Listin to the idiot Agame. ahbai :lol: :mrgreen: :lol:
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Post by Awash » 17 Oct 2020, 15:34

Wedi komarit is back to his pond. :lol: :lol: :mrgreen:
"ኣባይን ያላየ ምንጭ ያመሰግናል" is no more.
The tyrant has even seen Jima University
:lol: :mrgreen:
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Post by Awash » 17 Oct 2020, 15:51

Oh, boy. Wait till deqi komarit see what Djibouti is accomplishing. :lol: :mrgreen:
...Despite these challenges, Djibouti’s strategic position at the connection of the Red Sea and the Gulf of Aden has given it an immense advantage in international maritime trade. Djibouti Port remains the most important asset that this small nation of about one million people has, and it powers Djibouti’s $4 billion city-state economy. Thus, Djibouti pegs its economic transformation on improving the competitiveness of its ports. This is evident in its ongoing $14 billion infrastructure expansion, whose large component is going into establishment of new ports and terminals across the country’s coastline.
https://www.maritime-executive.com/edit ... time-trade
...The high headline growth rate of Djibouti’s major trading partner, Ethiopia, will see the country reap a relatively higher return on investment on port expansion as demand for export and import soars. According to estimates by World Bank, 85 percent of Djibouti port throughput is either going to or coming from Ethiopia. From 2010 to 2019, Ethiopia’s real GDP growth has averaged 9.5 percent - one of the highest rates in the world - and it’s expected to have a knock-on effect to Djibouti’s economy.

To this effect, Djibouti has crafted an ambitious national strategy towards its socio-economic transformation, dubbed Vision Djibouti 2035, which aims to position the country as a global trade, logistics and industrial hub. This centers on ports and intermodal infrastructure development to increase the size of the hinterland served in East Africa and the Horn of Africa. The key component of this strategy includes development of a network of specialized ports: one for containers, one for dry-bulk cargo and another for liquid bulk...

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Post by Zmeselo » 17 Oct 2020, 16:42

You can post from Djibooty to people living in another galaxy, but what's that to me?

I've my own priorities & I'll reach them all, with peace of mind. There're some mosquitoes still around in need of swatting first, though.






Awash wrote:
17 Oct 2020, 15:51
Oh, boy. Wait till deqi komarit see what Djibouti is accomplishing. :lol: :mrgreen:
...Despite these challenges, Djibouti’s strategic position at the connection of the Red Sea and the Gulf of Aden has given it an immense advantage in international maritime trade. Djibouti Port remains the most important asset that this small nation of about one million people has, and it powers Djibouti’s $4 billion city-state economy. Thus, Djibouti pegs its economic transformation on improving the competitiveness of its ports. This is evident in its ongoing $14 billion infrastructure expansion, whose large component is going into establishment of new ports and terminals across the country’s coastline.
https://www.maritime-executive.com/edit ... time-trade
...The high headline growth rate of Djibouti’s major trading partner, Ethiopia, will see the country reap a relatively higher return on investment on port expansion as demand for export and import soars. According to estimates by World Bank, 85 percent of Djibouti port throughput is either going to or coming from Ethiopia. From 2010 to 2019, Ethiopia’s real GDP growth has averaged 9.5 percent - one of the highest rates in the world - and it’s expected to have a knock-on effect to Djibouti’s economy.

To this effect, Djibouti has crafted an ambitious national strategy towards its socio-economic transformation, dubbed Vision Djibouti 2035, which aims to position the country as a global trade, logistics and industrial hub. This centers on ports and intermodal infrastructure development to increase the size of the hinterland served in East Africa and the Horn of Africa. The key component of this strategy includes development of a network of specialized ports: one for containers, one for dry-bulk cargo and another for liquid bulk...

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Post by Awash » 17 Oct 2020, 17:52

The mosquito is your Agame junta which has dragged Eritrea and the industrious Eritrean people back to the Stone Ages. Djibouti is right next door of the Afar and Issa, not another galaxy. Mushmush, I'm sure you can find similar propaganda in Pravda. :lol: :mrgreen: :lol:
Zmeselo wrote:
17 Oct 2020, 16:42
You can post from Djibooty to people living in another galaxy, but what's that to me?

I've my own priorities & I'll reach them all, with peace of mind. There're some mosquitoes still around in need of swatting first, though.



https://twitter.com/DahlaKib/317534465225347072?s=20


Awash wrote:
17 Oct 2020, 15:51
Oh, boy. Wait till deqi komarit see what Djibouti is accomplishing. :lol: :mrgreen:
...Despite these challenges, Djibouti’s strategic position at the connection of the Red Sea and the Gulf of Aden has given it an immense advantage in international maritime trade. Djibouti Port remains the most important asset that this small nation of about one million people has, and it powers Djibouti’s $4 billion city-state economy. Thus, Djibouti pegs its economic transformation on improving the competitiveness of its ports. This is evident in its ongoing $14 billion infrastructure expansion, whose large component is going into establishment of new ports and terminals across the country’s coastline.
https://www.maritime-executive.com/edit ... time-trade
...The high headline growth rate of Djibouti’s major trading partner, Ethiopia, will see the country reap a relatively higher return on investment on port expansion as demand for export and import soars. According to estimates by World Bank, 85 percent of Djibouti port throughput is either going to or coming from Ethiopia. From 2010 to 2019, Ethiopia’s real GDP growth has averaged 9.5 percent - one of the highest rates in the world - and it’s expected to have a knock-on effect to Djibouti’s economy.

To this effect, Djibouti has crafted an ambitious national strategy towards its socio-economic transformation, dubbed Vision Djibouti 2035, which aims to position the country as a global trade, logistics and industrial hub. This centers on ports and intermodal infrastructure development to increase the size of the hinterland served in East Africa and the Horn of Africa. The key component of this strategy includes development of a network of specialized ports: one for containers, one for dry-bulk cargo and another for liquid bulk...

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