Natural and Computational Science College Organizes Award
DBU Natural and Computational College organized an Award ceremony for 2nd year best scorer students’ in mathematics on November 5, 2007 E.C.
Instructor Guish introduced the program and the profile of Professor Mohammed, a mathematician and an engineer, he is one of the expatriates from India. He promised last year to give a reward for those who achieved the best score in his subject from 2nd year mathematics students. So, he kept his promise and gave the prize to the students. In addition, Professor Mohammed donated some books to our university last year.
Dr. Gezahegn Degife, Dean of Natural and Computational College, welcomed the participants of the ceremony in his opening speech. He appreciated and thanked Professor Mohammed for his best contribution and rewarded his students who achieved the best score in his subject and thanked him for keeping his promise.
Dr. Seid Mohammed on his part appreciated Professor Mohammed for his good deeds. In his speech, he said that some of the students were rewarded materials, but the important thing was the message behind the reward. The implication of the message was to encourage the students to work hard. He also remarked that everybody should follow his footsteps to encourage our students at the department level.
Finally, Dr. Derese Ayenachew, Dean of post Graduate school, gave the reward for the best scorers in mathematics and thanked Professor Mohammed for preparing such kinds of reward to encourage students. He mentioned in his closing speech that what the professor, did was of the best practice that he observed for the first time in our university.
DBU HAPCO Organizes Life Skills Training
DBU Hapco in collaboration with DKT Ethiopia organized Life skills Training for first year Female students from November 6-7/03/2007 E.C.
On the occasion, Ato Birhanu Yitayew, the Coordinator of DBU Hapco, explained the importance and the objectives of the training. He added that the trainees are expected to implement what they get from the training and they should share for the other students.
Ato Gedion Tafere, instructor of psychology, revealed the contents of the life skills training, such as individual skill, relationship skill, study skill, management skill and HIV and Reproductive Health etc….The training was intended to help the target groups to avoid the challenges by using various systems. He also suggested that the training is used as a bench mark for first year female students to bring behavioral changes. It was known that the trainees were around 250 first year female students that came mostly from rural areas. One of the trainees Bethelhem, 1styear psychology student, expressed the significance and the training methods and added that she was very excited to take the life skill training. She appreciated the ways of training which was very interactive and participatory. Furthermore, she promised to share the knowledge she got from the training for the others students who did not get the chance to attend the training.