Construction of unfinished buildings has been given priority.
The announcement was made during a field visit to the Dawro Tarcha Campus by members of the University’s Board of Management and Management today.
After the field visit, a report was presented on the construction, physical and financial performance of the university during the 2013 academic year and the problems observed.
During the presentation of the report, the new chairman of the university’s board of directors, Dr. Geremew Uluka, said that the work done at the institutional level has been successful and will continue to be strengthened.
According to Dr. Geremew, the Board of Directors will discuss the basis of the report and provide guidance on the construction of priority buildings.
Dr. Geremew added: He said they will work together to identify areas of priority in the report based on the reports and field observations.
Regarding the overall field observation and discussion activities, Professor Takele Tadesse of the university said that the overall program has yielded the desired results.
The President said that although this is the new board leadership acquaintance program, Apart from the acquaintances, the board’s management has identified the activities that need to be supported and monitored in the past two years, he said.
The Board of Directors concluded their visit to Dawro Tarcha Camp peacefully. It is expected that a final report will be presented and discussed by reviewing the Abela Abaya Animal Health and Medical Program, one of the program’s expansion activities tomorrow.