አዲስ አበባና መቀሌ ዩኒቨርሲቲዎች ከአለም 2000 ምርጥ ዩኒቨርሲቲዎች ውስጥ አሉበት፡፡

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አዲስ አበባና መቀሌ ዩኒቨርሲቲዎች ከአለም 2000 ምርጥ ዩኒቨርሲቲዎች ውስጥ አሉበት፡፡

Postby ዘርዐይ ደረስ » Thu Aug 10, 2017 12:51 pm

በያመቱ የአለም ምርጥ ዩኒቨርሲቲዎች ግምገማ እንደሚደረግ ይታወቃል፡፡በዘንድሮው ምርጫ ከኢትዮጵያ አዲስ አበባና መቀሌ ዩኒቨርሲቲዎች ከ2000 ከፍተኛ ትምህርት ተቋማት ውስጥ ተካተዋል፡፡
''ፍምን እፍ ብትላት ትነዳለች ትፍም ብትልባት ትጠፋለች ሁለቱም ሁሉ ከአንድ አፍ ይወጣሉ ::''መጽሐፈ ሲራክ 28:12
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Re: አዲስ አበባና መቀሌ ዩኒቨርሲቲዎች ከአለም 2000 ምርጥ ዩኒቨርሲቲዎች ውስጥ አሉበት፡፡

Postby እሰፋ ማሩ » Thu Aug 10, 2017 4:47 pm

ዘርዐይ ደረስ
እስኪ ምንጩ ይጠቀስልን፡፡እኛ ዘንድ በመጀመሪያና በድህረምረቃ ድግሪ የተመረቁ የወያኔው ዘመን ተማሪዎች እንደገና ኮሚኒቲ ኮሌጅ ክለሳ የሚገቡ አስተርጉዋሚ ካልተመደበላቸው በእንግሊዝኛ መግባባት የማይችሉ ናቸው፡፡አማካይ ውጤት ከ50 ከመቶ በታች የሆነ ተብሎ እዚህ ባቀረብኩት ሊንክ እየተመሰከረ በምን መስፈርት ነው ምርጥ የተባሉት? ምናልባት እንደአይጋ ፎረም ያሉ በእንግሊዝኛ የከፈቱዋቸው The Horn Axum Post ያሉትን አግኝተህ እንዳይሆን?
Ethiopia: Failing Education Calls for Analytical Resurrection
East AfricaEducationEthiopia
By Mastewal T. Terefe
In Ethiopia, my country of birth, the papers people carry too often define a person's worth. It does not matter how smart someone is, or gifted or talented. Easily earned certificates of "accomplishment" dictate advancement in life. A prospective employer is more likely to be wowed by a job candidate's "Certificate in Business Administration" or a diploma from some shady correspondence course, than the fact that they possess the variety of skills required to excel in their respective employment positions.

But with tens of thousands of university graduates in Ethiopia joining the job market each year, even as the level of unemployment continues to increase, "paper smarts" will not cut it forever. Being able to think critically and ask questions in the process will soon be what sets young graduates apart.

...
Simultaneously, because of the low quality of primary
and secondary education in Ethiopia, students are unprepared
for university-level education. The country’s Fifth
Education Sector Development Program (ESDP V) reported
that “many students joined higher education institutions
with results below the 50 percent threshold in the higher
education entrance examinations.” ESDP V further notes
that the combination of low-quality instruction and unprepared
students could be the cause for low graduation rates
among undergraduate students. For the government, on
the one hand, to make such an assessment, and, on the other
hand, to hire university teachers with such poor levels of
academic performance appears to be utterly self-defeating.
The problem is even more serious in certain fields. For
example, the average score for test takers in the fields of
mathematics and physics were 48.3 and 50.5, respectively.
Such low scores in these fields are particularly worrisome,
since these subjects are considered fundamental to the
country’s priority academic areas of engineering, science,
and technology.
There are also implications for research capacity. Since
2011–2012, research has accounted for only 1 percent of the
total budget of all universities, and much of the research is
conducted predominantly by graduate students. Given the
quality of graduates, and of those admitted into graduate
programs, the research capacity of Ethiopian universities is
in serious jeopardy.
What Can Be Done?
The overall poor quality of Ethiopian university education,
its graduates, and its research infrastructure represents a
real danger to the national economy and the country’s development
agenda. Immediate responses are needed to address
these concerns.
As a quick fix, there is a need to create arrangements
for competent professionals from industry to take part in
teaching, perhaps partnering with freshly graduated assistant
recruits; establishing a mentorship program where senior
staff could train and empower their novice colleagues;
creating better pay and benefits packages that attract more
qualified professionals to the teaching profession; be

ዘርዐይ ደረስ wrote:በያመቱ የአለም ምርጥ ዩኒቨርሲቲዎች ግምገማ እንደሚደረግ ይታወቃል፡፡በዘንድሮው ምርጫ ከኢትዮጵያ አዲስ አበባና መቀሌ ዩኒቨርሲቲዎች ከ2000 ከፍተኛ ትምህርት ተቋማት ውስጥ ተካተዋል፡፡
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Re: አዲስ አበባና መቀሌ ዩኒቨርሲቲዎች ከአለም 2000 ምርጥ ዩኒቨርሲቲዎች ውስጥ አሉበት፡፡

Postby ጌታህ » Thu Aug 10, 2017 8:47 pm

ቅቅቅቅቅቅቅ....አሰፋ ማሩ የዶንኪው ጏደኛ አንተ ጋ በኮሚኒቲ ኮሌጅ የምትመዘግባቸው ከአዲሰ አበባና ከመቀሌ ዩኒቨርሲቲዎች የተመረቁ ናቸው ወይሰ እንዳንተ እያወናበዱ የማይችሉትን ተንጠራርተው ለመድረሰ የሚሞክሩ ናቸው...በቃ አንተ ኮፒ አረገህ መለጠፍ የጀመርከው ሙያ የእንግሊዝኛ ችሎታ ያለህ መስሎህ እንዳይሆን...የኔ ፍራቻ ከየሰፈሩ እየለቅምክ ኮሚኒቲ ኮሌጅ አሰተርጉሜ አሰገባችህዋለሁ እያልክ እንዳይሆን !!!!

እሰፋ ማሩ wrote:ዘርዐይ ደረስ
እስኪ ምንጩ ይጠቀስልን፡፡እኛ ዘንድ በመጀመሪያና በድህረምረቃ ድግሪ የተመረቁ የወያኔው ዘመን ተማሪዎች እንደገና ኮሚኒቲ ኮሌጅ ክለሳ የሚገቡ አስተርጉዋሚ ካልተመደበላቸው በእንግሊዝኛ መግባባት የማይችሉ ናቸው፡፡አማካይ ውጤት ከ50 ከመቶ በታች የሆነ ተብሎ እዚህ ባቀረብኩት ሊንክ እየተመሰከረ በምን መስፈርት ነው ምርጥ የተባሉት? ምናልባት እንደአይጋ ፎረም ያሉ በእንግሊዝኛ የከፈቱዋቸው The Horn Axum Post ያሉትን አግኝተህ እንዳይሆን?
Ethiopia: Failing Education Calls for Analytical Resurrection
East AfricaEducationEthiopia
By Mastewal T. Terefe
In Ethiopia, my country of birth, the papers people carry too often define a person's worth. It does not matter how smart someone is, or gifted or talented. Easily earned certificates of "accomplishment" dictate advancement in life. A prospective employer is more likely to be wowed by a job candidate's "Certificate in Business Administration" or a diploma from some shady correspondence course, than the fact that they possess the variety of skills required to excel in their respective employment positions.

But with tens of thousands of university graduates in Ethiopia joining the job market each year, even as the level of unemployment continues to increase, "paper smarts" will not cut it forever. Being able to think critically and ask questions in the process will soon be what sets young graduates apart.

...
Simultaneously, because of the low quality of primary
and secondary education in Ethiopia, students are unprepared
for university-level education. The country’s Fifth
Education Sector Development Program (ESDP V) reported
that “many students joined higher education institutions
with results below the 50 percent threshold in the higher
education entrance examinations.” ESDP V further notes
that the combination of low-quality instruction and unprepared
students could be the cause for low graduation rates
among undergraduate students. For the government, on
the one hand, to make such an assessment, and, on the other
hand, to hire university teachers with such poor levels of
academic performance appears to be utterly self-defeating.
The problem is even more serious in certain fields. For
example, the average score for test takers in the fields of
mathematics and physics were 48.3 and 50.5, respectively.
Such low scores in these fields are particularly worrisome,
since these subjects are considered fundamental to the
country’s priority academic areas of engineering, science,
and technology.
There are also implications for research capacity. Since
2011–2012, research has accounted for only 1 percent of the
total budget of all universities, and much of the research is
conducted predominantly by graduate students. Given the
quality of graduates, and of those admitted into graduate
programs, the research capacity of Ethiopian universities is
in serious jeopardy.
What Can Be Done?
The overall poor quality of Ethiopian university education,
its graduates, and its research infrastructure represents a
real danger to the national economy and the country’s development
agenda. Immediate responses are needed to address
these concerns.
As a quick fix, there is a need to create arrangements
for competent professionals from industry to take part in
teaching, perhaps partnering with freshly graduated assistant
recruits; establishing a mentorship program where senior
staff could train and empower their novice colleagues;
creating better pay and benefits packages that attract more
qualified professionals to the teaching profession; be

ዘርዐይ ደረስ wrote:በያመቱ የአለም ምርጥ ዩኒቨርሲቲዎች ግምገማ እንደሚደረግ ይታወቃል፡፡በዘንድሮው ምርጫ ከኢትዮጵያ አዲስ አበባና መቀሌ ዩኒቨርሲቲዎች ከ2000 ከፍተኛ ትምህርት ተቋማት ውስጥ ተካተዋል፡፡
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