Eritrean News – Tigrinya: Adi-Keih, 06 July 2014- Adi-Keih College of Arts and Social Sciences graduated 262 students with degree, diploma and certificate in Anthropology and Archeology, Sociology, English, History, Geography, Literature, Law, Political Science and Journalism.
The graduates include 201 with degree, 21 diploma and 40 with certificate.
In a speech he delivered during the occasion, Mr. Semere Russom, Education Minister, explained the significance of education in this world of completion, and that the Government of Eritrea is making huge investment in the development of education in the country.
Dr. Okbagebriel Beraki, Dean of the College, on his part stated that the college has been established in an area which is rich in Anthropology and Archeology, and that students would have good opportunity to theoretically and practically pursue their education.
He further indicated that the college began its activities with 5 fields of study, and that currently there are 10 fields of study, 8 with degree programs and 2 with Diploma, and that there are 21 lecturers with Masters Degree and 4 with Doctorate.
The representative of the graduates expressed appreciation to the Government and people which provided them the opportunity of education.