News Archive

News
1

ለድህረ ምረቃ ትምህርት ፈላጊዎች በሙሉ፣

የደብረ ብርሃን ዩኒቨርሲቲ በ2017 ዓ.ም በተለያዩ የትምህርት መስኮች የ2ኛ እና 3ኛ ዲግሪ በመደበኛ (Regular) እና በተከታታይ (extension) ፕሮግራሞች ተማሪዎችን ተቀብሎ ለማስተማር ዝግጅቱን አጠናቋል፡፡ በ2016 ዓ.ም በሀገር አቀፍ ደረጃ በአዲስ አበባ ዩኒቨርሲቲ ተዘጋጅቶ የተሰጠውን የድህረ ምረቃ ትምህርት መግቢያ ፈተና መሠረት በማድረግ ዩኒቨርቲያችን 125 ጥያቄዎችን ከነመልሶቻቸው በማዘጋጀት ተፈታኞች እንዲዘጋጁበት ተደርጓል፡፡እነዚህን ጥያቄዎች በደ/ብርሃን ዩኒቨርሲቲ Facebook ላይ ገብቶ ማየት ይቻላል፡፡ በመሆኑም ለ2017 ዓ.ም የትምህርት ዘመን በዩኒቨርሲቲያችን ገብታችሁ ለመማር የምትፈልጉ ሁሉ ዩኒቨርሲቲው ከዚህ በታች በተዘረዘሩት የትምህርት መስኮች በ2ኛና 3ኛ ዲግሪ ትምህርት የሚሰጥ መሆኑን አውቃችሁ የድህረ ምረቃ መግቢያ ፈተናውን Graduate Admission Test (GAT) በዩኒቨርሲቲያችን ለመፈተንና ለመማር እንድትመዘገቡ እያስታወቅን፣ ፈተናው በአ/አበባ ዩኒቨርሲቲ ተዘጋጅቶ በonline ላይ የሚሰጥ ይሆናል፡፡
2

የደብረ ብረሃን ዩኒቨርስቲ የባህል፣ የታሪክና የቋንቋ ማዕከል እንደገና መደራጀትን አስመልክቶ የተሰጠ መግለጫ

የደ/ብርሃን ዩኒቨርሲቲ ከተቋቋመበት 1999 ዓ.ም ጀምሮ በተለያዩ የሙያ መስኮች ብቃት ያላቸውን ሙያተኞች በማፍራት ወደ ስራ ገበያው በማስገባት ለአገራችን ሁለንተናዊ ዕድገት በሚደረገው ጥረት የበኩሉን ድርሻ እየተወጣ ከመሆኑም ባሻገር በጥናትና ምርምርና በማሀበረሰብ አገልግሎትም ቀላል የማይባል ተግባራትን እያከናወነ ይገኛል::
3

ደብረብርሃን ዩኒቨርሲቲ ለ16ኛ ጊዜ ተማሪዎች አስመረቀ

ሰኔ 27/2016 ዓ.ም፡፡ ደብረብርሃን ዩኒቨርሲቲ በቅድመ ምርቃና ድህረ- ምርቃ ፕሮግራሞች በጤና፣ በቢዝነስና ኢኮኖሚክስ፣ በህግና በኢንጂነሪንግ የትምህርት ዘርፎች በመደበኛው፣ በማታውና በተከታታይ ፕሮግራሞች በመጀመሪያ ዲግሪ 882ና በሁለተኛ ዲግሪ 366 በአጠቃላይ 1248 ተማሪዎችን ለ16ኛ ጊዜ በዛሬው እለት አስመረቋል፡፡ ከነዚህ ተመራቂ ተማሪዎች መካከል 36% ያህሉ ሴቶች መሆናቸውም ታውቋል፡፡
4

Debre Berhan University Achieves 90.8% Passing Rate in National Exit Examination

Congratulations!! ============== Debre Berhan University Achieves 90.8% Passing Rate in National Exit Examination ============================================ Debre Berhan University (DBU) is celebrating a remarkable achievement with a 90.8% passing rate for its undergraduate students in the 2024 National Exit Examination. This success comes after 13 undergraduate programs participated in the exam, with an impressive 5 programs achieving a 100% passing rate. The remaining programs all achieved passing rates between 80% and 95%. DBU President, Dr. Nigus Tadesse, has extended his heartfelt congratulations on behalf of the university and himself to the graduating students. In a message, he acknowledged the years of hard work and dedication that led to this crucial achievement. He expressed pride in their success, emphasizing that passing the national exit exam is a significant milestone in their academic journey.
5

Debre Berhan University Acquires CT-Scan Machine at Hakim Gizaw Hospital

Debre Berhan University has acquired a state-of-the-art Computed Tomography (CT) Scan machine (128 slice CT scan) at its Hakim Gizaw Hospital. This machine provides detailed images of any part of the body, including bones, muscles, and fat, organs, and blood vessels.
6

Intel Corporation Engineers Visit Debre Berhan University

On May 8 and 9, 2024, senior engineers from Intel Corporation from USA visited Debre Berhan University (DBU). The delegation included Dr. Derssie Mebratu and Dr. Tesfaye (Senior AI Engineer and Professor, respectively). They were welcomed by Dr. Bethel Geremew, Director of International Relations and Partnership Directorate, and Dr. Getnet Ashenafi, Academic Vice President.
7

DBU Organized a Joint-Webinar with the University of Heilbronn

Debre Berhan University has hosted a joint webinar with Heilbronn University of Applied Sciences, Germany. Two professors, Prof. Thomas Benz and Prof. Margareth Gefrerer spoke on the topics “Being a Faculty Member at a University of Applied Sciences and Knowledge Triangle: Education-Research-Innovation” respectively.
8

Debre Berhan University Transforms Exam Processes: Transitioning from Manual to Digital with E-learning Platform Implementation

In a significant move towards digitization, Debre Berhan University (DBU) has initiated a shift from traditional paper-based exams to digital assessments using an E-learning platform known as the Learning Management System (LMS). This transition marks a pivotal moment in embracing technology-driven solutions that offer innovative services for the entire DBU community.
9

The president of DBU held meetings with the 37th AU summit participants in Addis Ababa

The president of Debre Berhan University, Dr. Nigus Tadesse joined by the coordinators from the internationalization and partnerships directorate had two decisive discussion sessions in Addis Ababa with the 37th AU meeting participants from different African countries.
10

Debre Berhan University Successfully Completes National Exit Exams

Debre Berhan University has concluded the national exit exams, which took place in mid-February 2024. Over the past five days, students from various departments have gathered at Debre Berhan University to undertake their examinations. The university has implemented cutting-edge ICT infrastructure to streamline the exam process, ensuring that all technical support is readily accessible.
11

Debre Berhan University Commences National Exit Exams

Debre Berhan University has initiated the national exit exams, scheduled for mid-February 2024. Examinees from various departments convene at Debre Berhan University to commence their exams in the morning session. The university has deployed state-of-the-art ICT infrastructure to facilitate the examination process, ensuring that all necessary technical support is readily available.
12

Debre Berhan University launched a joint Ph.D. program in GIS and Remote Sensing with Université Paris 8

Debre Berhan University College of Agriculture and Natural Resources Management has launched a joint Ph.D. program in GIS and Remote Sensing with the Université Paris 8.
13

Debre Berhan University College of Computing hosts Data Science Curriculum Review Workshop

Debre Berhan University's College of Computing recently organized a curriculum review workshop on the undergraduate Data Science program.
14

DBU introduced a “French language corner” in the PG library

Thanks to the generous gift of the French Embassy of French language learning books counted over 60 and worth nearly 70, 000.00 ETB, DBU has created a section in the PG library called the “French language corner.”
15

Debre Berhan University Organizes Practical Teaching Methodologies Training for Academic Staff

Debre Berhan University (DBU) has undergone a significant transformation, evolving into an Applied Science University. In response to this reclassification, the institution has re-engineered its pedagogical framework, shifting from conventional teaching methods to practical, skills-driven approaches.
16

Debre Berhan University Council Visit ICT Park in Addis Ababa

In a move to fortify the university's collaboration with industry, the members of DBU council undertook an official visit to the ICT park in Addis Ababa on January 27, 2024, in response to an invitation from the organization.
17

DBU participated in a workshop co-hosted by the U.S. Embassy and the Ministry of Education on strategic international engagements

Debre Berhan University has taken part in a two-day workshop jointly organized by the US Embassy and Ministry of Education from 16-17 January 2024.
18

Debre Berhan University Staff Prepare for the Upcoming National Exit Exam

Debre Berhan University staff engaged in discussions about the forthcoming national exit exam, scheduled for the first week of February 2024. The focus of the dialogue centered around effectively coordinating the national exit exam within the university. Various teams, ranging from university-level to operational workers, have been organized to ensure the successful administration of the national exit exam.
19

Debre Berhan University Management Signs Performance Contracts with Deans and Directors

Recognizing the impact of results-focused performance agreements on institutional outcomes, Debre Berhan University Management formally signed work performance contract agreements with Deans and Directors on January 24, 2024, at the university senate hall. During the signing ceremony, Dr. Nigus Tadesse underscored the university's commitment to employing clear and targeted Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) to effectively measure departmental and individual performance. He further directed all university sub-divisions to adhere to this hierarchical work performance agreement framework.
20

Debre Berhan University Establishes an Indigenous Knowledge Research Center; Hosts Community Consultation

Debre Berhan University conducted a community consultation with members of the Ankober town community concerning the development of the Indigenous Knowledge Research Center, situated 42 km from Debre Berhan. This site, located nearby the existing botanical garden in Ankober, serves as a hub for researching herbal medicine and indigenous knowledge. As part of the expansion plans, the university aims to establish additional sites dedicated to the study of indigenous knowledge, with a focus on integrating modern science and technology.
21

Debre Behan University-Industry Linkage Advisory Board Holds Inaugural Meeting

The inaugural meeting of the Debre Behan University-Industry Linkage advisory board took place at the Harmony Hotel in Addis Ababa on January 18, 2024. Representatives from DBU and industry members who are part of the advisory board convened to initiate collaborative efforts.
22

Debre Berhan University offers training for academic technical assistants and department heads

Debre Berhan University offered training for academic technical assistants and department heads in practical University organizational structure, laboratory and practical teaching.
23

Debre Berhan University's Transformation towards Applied Science and International Accreditation

Following its recent reclassification as an Applied Science University, Debre Berhan University has redirected its focus towards pragmatic teaching, research, and technology transfer. This strategic shift has prompted a dedicated endeavor to realign the university's activities with its new mandate, emphasizing the identification of priority fields of study.
24

Debre Berhan University Pioneers Digital Transformation, Aiming for Sustainable Paperless Initiatives

In the ever-evolving landscape of technology, Debre Berhan University (DBU) is a forerunner in driving pivotal advancements towards a digital future. The university’s unwavering commitment to digitization is evident with the establishment of a cutting-edge data center, enabling swift and reliable 3GB broadband internet access not only across the main campus but also at Asrat Woldeyes Health Science Campus and Hakim Gizaw Hospital. This shift towards digitization has facilitated a multitude of innovative services that benefit the entire DBU community.
25

Debre Berhan University Launches University-Industry Linkage Advisory Board

Debre Berhan University took a significant step forward on December 23, 2023, by establishing the University-Industry Linkage Advisory Board during a forum held at Harmony Hotel in Addis Ababa.
26

Debre Berhan University Successfully Deploys eduVPN!

Debre Berhan University, in collaboration with MoE, has effectively implemented eduVPN, granting the institution secure access to internal services from any location.
27
28

በደብረብርሃን ዩኒቨርሲተ የ12ኛ ክፍል አገር አቀፍ ፈተና የተፈጥሮ ሳይንስ ተፈታኝ ተማሪዎች የሁለተኛ ቀን ፈተናቸውን አጠናቀቁ

በደብረብርሃን ዩኒቨርሲቲ የ2015 ዓ.ም የ2ኛ ዙር የ12ኛ ክፍል አገር አቀፍ ፈተና የተፈጥሮ ሳይንስ ተፈታኝ ተማሪዎች በዩኒቨርሲቲው ዋና ግቢና በአስራት ወልደየስ ጤና ሳይንስ ካምፓስ ዛሬ ሐምሌ 26/2015 ዓ.ም የተሰጠውን የሁለተኛውን ቀን የአፕቲቱድና ፊዚክስ ፈተናዎች በሰላም አጠናቀዋል፡፡
29

በደብረብርሃን ዩኒቨርሲቲ እየተሰጠ ያለው የ12ኛ ክፍል ብሄራዊ ፈተና የተፈጥሮ ሳይንስ 2ኛ ቀን ፈተና በሰላም እየተሰጠ መሆኑ ተገለጸ

በደብረብርሃን ዩኒቨርሲቲ እየተሰጠ ያለው የ12ኛ ክፍል ብሄራዊ ፈተና የተፈጥሮ ሳይንስ 2ኛ ቀን ፈተና በሰላም እየተሰጠ መሆኑን የዩኒቨርሲቲው ፕሬዚዳንት ዶ/ር ንጉስ ታደሰ ገለጹ፡፡
30

ደብረብርሃን ዩኒቨርሲተ ለ2015 ዓ.ም የ2ኛ ዙር የ12ኛ ክፍል ብሄራዊ ፈተና ለተፈጥሮ ሳይንስ ተፈታኝ ተማሪዎች ገለጻ አደረገ

ደብረብርሃን ዩኒቨርሲተ ለ2105 ዓ.ም የ12ኛ ክፍል ብሄራዊ ፈተና የተፈጥሮ ሳይንስ ተፈታኝ ተማሪዎች ሐምሌ 24/2015 ዓ.ም ገለጻ አደረገ፡፡በገለጻው ወቅት የሰሜን ሸዋ ዞን ብልጽግና ፓርቲ ጽ/ቤት ኃላፊ አቶ ኤልያስ አበበ፣የደብረ ብርሃን ዩኒቨርሲቲ ፕሬዚዳንት ዶ/ር ንጉስ ታደሰ፣የዞኑ ትምህርት መምሪያ ኃላፊ አቶ ወሰን፣ፈታኝ መምህራንና አስተባባሪዎች ተገኝተዋል፡፡
31

በደብረ ብርሃን ዩኒቨርስቲ የ12ኛ ክፍል የማህበራዊ ሳንይስ ብሔራዊ ፈተና በሰላም መጠናቀቁ ተገለጸ

በደብረ ብርሃን ዩኒቨርስቲ ሐምሌ 19/2015 ዓ.ም የተጀመረው የ12ኛ ክፍል የማህበራዊ ሳንይስ ብሔራዊ ፈተና በሰላም ተጠናቋል፡፡
32

ደብረ ብርሃን ዩኒቨርሲቲ ለ15ኛ ዙር ተማሪዎችን አስመረቀ

ደብረ ብርሃን ዩኒቨርሲቲ በ8 ኮሌጆች በቀን፣ በማታ፣ በመደበኛና ተከታታይ የትምህርት መርሀ-ግብሮች በመጀመሪያ፣ በሁለተኛና በሶስተኛ ዲግሪ እንዲሁም በህክምና ዶክትሬት ያሰለጠናቸውን 2143 ተማሪዎች በዛሬው እለት ሐምሌ 13/2015 ዓ.ም አስመርቋል፡፡
33

በ2015 ዓ/ም የ2ኛ ደረጃ ትምህርት ማጠናቀቂያ ፈተና ለወሰዳችሁ ተማሪዎች

የደብረ ብርሃን ዩኒቨርሲቲ በ2015 ዓ/ም የአገር አቀፍ የ2ኛ ደረጃ ትምህርት ማጠናቀቂያ ፈተና ወስደው የዩኒቨርሲቲ መግቢያ ውጤት ያመጡ ተማሪዎችን ተቀብሎ ከትምህርት ሚኒስቴር ልዩ ስልጠና እንዲሰጥ በተመረጠባቸውና በገበያው ተፈላጊነት ባላቸው በህክምናና ጤና ሳይንስ፣

34

የምዝገባ ጥሪ ማስታወቂያ

የምዝገባ ጥሪ ማስታወቂያ

ቀን 18/2/2015ዓ.ም

ለደብረብርሃን ዩንቨርሲቲ ተማሪዎች በሙሉ

35

ደብረ ብርሃን ዩኒቨርሲቲ ያሰለጠናቸውንተማሪዎች አሰመረቀ

ደብረ ብርሃን ዩኒቨርሲቲ ለ14ኛ ጊዜ በተለያዩ የትምህርት መስኮች በመደበኛ፣ በተከታታይ፣ በክረምትና በማታው መርሐ-ግብሮች በአጠቃላይ ያሰለጠናቸውን 2869 ተማሪዎች በዛሬው እለት አስመርቋል። ከተመራቂዎቹ መካከል 864 የሚሆኑት ሴቶች ናቸው። በመጀመሪያ ዲግሪ በመደበኛው 928፣ በማታው 459፣ በክረምት ስነ ትምህርት (PGDT) 1306 እና በክረምት 8 ሲሆኑ በሁለተኛ ዲግሪ በመደበኛው 12፣ በማታው 131 እና በክረምት 81 ናቸው። በሶስተኛ ዲግሪ Phd 2 መሆናቸውም ታውቋል።

36

የደብረ ብርሃን ዩኒቨርሲቲ በጤና ሳይንስ ኮሌጅ በመጀመሪያና በሁለተኛ ድግሪ ያሰለጠናቸውን ተማሪዎች አስመረቀ

ደብረብርሃን ዩኒቨርሲቲ  በ2013 ዓ.ም ለ13ኛ ዙር ሲያስመርቅ ለ4ኛ ጊዜ ሲሆን በአጠቃላይ ከ6ሺህ በላይ ተማሪዎችን አስመርቋል፡፡ በዛሬው እለትም 1 መቶ 58 ተማሪዎችን በጤና ሳይንስ ኮሌጅ በመጀመሪያና በሁለተኛ ድግሪ ያስመረቀ ሲሆን 84ቱ ሴቶች መሆናቸውም ታውቋል፡፡

37

የአፕላይድ ሳይንስ ዩኒቨርሲቲዎች በ2014 በጀት ዓመት ዕቅዶቻቸው ላይ ግምገማዊ ስልጠና ማካሄድ ጀመሩ

የሣይንስና ከፍተኛ ትምህርት ሚኒስቴር ከደብረ ብርሃን ዩኒቨርሲቲ ጋር በመተባበር ያዘጋጀው የአፕላይድ ሳይንስ ዩኒቨርሲቲዎች የ2014 ዓ.ም እቅድ ስልጠናዊ ግምገማ መካሄድ ጀምሯል፡፡ በመድረኩም 15ቱም የአፕላይድ ሳይንስ ዩኒቨርሲቲዎች ፕሬዘዳንቶች፣ ም/ፕሬዘዳንቶች ዳሬክተሮች ፣ዲኖች እና የሳይንስና ከፍተኛ ትምህርት ሚኒስቴር ሚኒስትር ዴኤታ ሳሙኤል ክፍሌ (ዶ/ር)፣የሳይንስና ከፍተኛ ትምህርት ሚኒስቴር አመራሮችና ሙያተኞች እንዲሁም ጥሪ የተደረገላቸው እንግዶች የተገኙ ሲሆን መድረኩም እስከ ሀምሌ 27/2013 ዓ.ም ድረስ እንደሚቀጥል ታውቋል፡፡

38

ደብረ ብርሃን ዩኒቨርሲቲ የአረንጓዴ አሻራ ችግኝ ተከላ መርሀ ግብር አካሄደ

ደብረ ብርሃን ዩኒቨርሲቲ ሶስተኛው የአረንጓዴ አሻራ ችግኝ ተከላ መርሀ ግብር ‹‹ኑ አትዮጵያን እናልብስ›› በሚል መሪ ቃል አካሂዷል፡፡ በመርሃ ግብሩ የኮተቤ ሜትሮፖሊታንትና የሰላሌ ዩኒቨርሲቲ ማኔጅመንትና ሴኔት አባላት እንዲሁም የደብረ ብርሃን ዩኒቨርሲቲ ከፍተኛና መካከለኛ አመራሮች፣ ሰራተኞች፣ መምህራንና ተማሪዎች ተሳታፊ ሆነዋል፡፡ በእለቱ ከ15 ሺህ በላይ ሀገር በቀል ችግኞች በዩኒቨርሲቲው ቅጥር ግቢ ውስጥ የተተከሉ ሲሆን ከ1 መቶ 50 ሺህ በላይ ችግኞችም ለአካባቢው ማህበረሰብ ተሰራጭተዋል፡፡

39

Debre Berhan University Holds the 13th Graduation

Debre Berhan University held the 13th Graduation ceremony on 29th, June 2021 G.C. at graduation Hall. DBU graduated over 3,100 students, who are able to complete their courses in different fields of study. According to the information from the Registrar, 3072 students in undergraduate regular, extension and distance programs,39 second degree /Master graduates/ and 2 PhD candidates in Mathematical Modeling today.

40

የምርምርና የልማት ፕሮጀክቶች ፍኖተ-ካርታ እና የተቋማት ትስስር ሲምፖዚየም ተካሄደ

ደብረ ብርሃን ዩኒቨርሲቲ እየተሰሩ የሚገኙ የልማትና የጥናትና ምርምር ስራዎችን ባዘጋጀው የኢንዱስትሪ ትስስር ሲምፖዚየም ላይ አስተዋውቀዋል፡፡ በሲምፖዚየሙ የጠቅላይ ሚኒስትሩ የደህንነት ልዩ አማካሪ ክቡር አቶ ገዱ አንዳርጋቸው፣ የሳይንስና ከፍተኛ ት/ት ሚኒስትር ዴኤታ ፕ/ር አፈወርቅ ካሱ፣አቶ መላኩ አለበል የንግድና ኢንዱስትሪ ሚኒስቴር  ሚንስትር  ሌሎችም

41

ደብረ ብርሃን ዩንቨርሲቲ 7ኛውን ሀገር- አቀፍ የባህል ዓውደ ጥናት እያካሄደ ነው

ደብረ ብርሃን ዩንቨርሲቲ 7ኛውን ሀገር- አቀፍ የባህል ዓውደ ጥናት “ባህልና ኪነ ጥበብ ለሀገር ሰላምና አንድነት” በሚል መሪ እያካሄደ ነው፡፡አውደ ጥናቱ ለተከታታይ 2 ቀናት የሚካሄድ ሲሆን በአውደ ጥናቱ ላይ የተለያዩ ዩንቨርሲቲዎች ምሁራን የተለያዩ ጥናቶች ቀርበው ውይይት ይደረግባቸዋል ፡፡በአውደ ጥናቱ ላይ የመክፈቻ ንግግር ያደረጉት የደብረ ብርሃን ፕሬዝደንት ዶክተር ንጉስ ታደሰ እንዳሉት ባህል የአንድን ማኅበረሰብ አባላትን መልክ ባለው መንገድ አስተሳሰስሮና

42

DBU Ankober Herbal Medicine and Biodiversity Conservation Directorate hold Seminar

DBU Ankober Herbal Medicine and Biodiversity Conservation Directorate held panel discussion with a theme of “Fast Technique of Indigenous Knowledge Implementation for Improvement of the Health System of the Society" on May 10, 2013 E.C at PR hall.

43

DBU hosts the 3rd Ethiopian Public Universities Internationalization and Partnership Directors Forum

Debre Berhan University in collaboration with Ministry of Science and Higher Education /MoSHE/ hosted the 3rd Ethiopian Public Universities Internationalization and Partnership Directors Forum as of 6-7 May, 2021 G.C.at Graduation Hall.

44

የተማሪዎች ቅበላ ማስታወቂያ

የተማሪዎች ቅበላ ማስታወቂያ

ለ2013 ዓ.ም በደብረ ብርሃን ዩኒቨርሲቲ የተመደባችሁ አዲስ ተማሪዎች በሙሉ

የ2013 አንደኛ ወሰነ ትምህርት በአስቸኳይ መጀመር እንዲቻል የተማሪዎች ምዝገባ ግንቦት 5 እ 6 ቀን 2013 ዓ.ም. ጠባሴ ቀበሌ 09 በሚገኘው ዋናው ግቢ የሚካሄድ ይሆናል፡፡

45

በደብረብርሃን ዩኒቨርሲቲ በተማሪዎች መካከል የጥያቄና መልስ ውድድር ተካሄደ

ደብረብረሃን  ዩኒቨርሲቲ የሥነ- ምግባርና ፀረ- ሙስና ዳይሬክቶሬት የፌዴራል ስነ-ምግባርና ፀረ-ሙስና ኮሚሽን የተቋቋመበትን 20ኛ ዓመት ምክንያት በማድረግ በስነምግባር ዙሪያ የተማሪዎች ጥያቄና መልስ ውድድር አካሄደ፡፡

46

DBU Celebrates Science and Technology week

Debre Berhan University Innovation and Technology Directorate celebrated the science and technology week as of April 12th – 13th, 2021G.C.at Graduation Main Hall hosting science and technology exhibition.

47

ለ2012 የክረምት ተማሪዎች

የደብረ ብርሃን ዩኒቨርሲቲ የክረምት መርሃ ግብር የ2012 ዓ.ም  ትምህርት በኮቪድ 19 ምክንያት መቋረጡ ይታወቃል፤

የተቋረጠውን ትምህርት በ2013 ዓ.ም በጋ በርቀት መርሃ ግብር ለማስቀጠል የሚያስችል የማስተማሪያ ማቴሪያሎችን እና አሳይመንቶችን ቀጣይ  በተቀመጠው link በመጠቀም በየዲፓርትመንት ማውረድ እና Extract በማድረግ መጠቀም የምትችሉ መሆኑን እናሳውቃለን::

 

Click here    ሁሉንም የመማሪያ ማቴሪያሎች ለማግኘት

Click here    ወደ ዩኒቨርስቲው E-learning portal ለመሄድ

 

ለበለጠ መረጃ 0118961103 ወይም 0118905706 ይደውሉ

48
49

DBU Holds 12th Round Students’ Graduation

Debre Berhan University (DBU) graduated over 3,300 students, who are able to complete their courses in different fields of study, returned from COVID-19 pandemic break, today, 24th January, 2021.

50

ዩኒቨርሲቲው የአብክመ ጤና ቢሮ ባዘጋጀው የውይይትና የኤግዚቪሽን መድረክ ላይ ተሳተፈ

በአማራ ብሔራዊ ክልላዊ መንግስት ጤና ቢሮ አዘጋጅነት “የኮሮና ወረርሽኝን መከላከል እና የጤና መድህን ተደራሽነት ማረጋገጥ የሁላችንም ድርሻ ነው!” በሚል መሪ-ቃል በባህርዳር ከተማ ክልል ምክር ቤት አዳራሽ የኢፌደሪ ጤና ሚኒስቴር ሚኒስተር ዶ/ር ሊያ ታደሰ፣ የአብክመ ርዕሰ መስተዳደር አቶ አገኘሁ ተሻገር፣

51

Fana Addis Tiwlid Ethiopia holds workshop

Fana Addis Tiwlid Ethiopia in collaboration with Debre Berhan University held workshop on “Awareness Raising on Prevention of Covid 19 Integrating Sexual Reproductive Health” for graduating students with the support of Youth Network for Sustainable Development,

52

3 እጩ ዶክተሮች የመመረቂያ ጹሑፋቸውን በተሳካ ሁኔታ አቀረቡ

በደብረብርሃን ዩኒቨርሲቲ በተፈጥሮና ቀመር ሳይንስ ኮሌጅ በሂሳብ ትምህርት ክፍል በማቲማቲካል ሞዴሊንግ/Mathematical Modeling/የትምህርት መስክ ላለፉት 4 ዓመታት ትምህርታቸውን ሲከታተሉ ከቆዩ 5 የ3ኛ ዲግሪ ተማሪዎች መካከል 3ቱ ለዶክተሬት/PhD/ ዲግሪ የሚያበቃቸውን ጥናታዊ ጹሑፍ በተሳካ ሁኔታ ማቅረባቸው ተገለጸ፡፡

53

የደ/ብርሃን ዩኒቨርሲቲ ማህበረሰብ ለኢፌድሪ ሀገር መከላከያ ሰራዊታችን ያለውን ድጋፍ ገለጸ

የደ/ብርሃን ዩኒቨርሲቲ ማህበረሰብ “ለሀገር መከላከያ ሰራዊታችን ክብር እንስጥ” በሚል መሪ ቃል ህዳር 8/2013 ዓ.ም ድጋፉቸውንና አጋርነታቸውን አሳይተዋል፡፡

54
55
56

DBU Education and Training Advisory council holds Consultative meeting

To begin post covid-19 education, Debre Berhan University Education and Training Advisory council held Consultative meeting on 29, October, 2020 at PR hall.

57

Debre Berhan University offers training to Female leaders

Debre Berhan University Women, Children and Youth Directorate offered training to University Female leaders on Leadership skills as of Oct. 05-06, 2013 E.C at PR hall.

58

የበረሀ አንበጣ በአርሶ አደሩ ሰብል ላይ እያደረሰ ያለውን ውድመት ለመከላከል የደረሱ ሰብሎችን የማንሳት ዘመቻ ተካሄደ

የደብረብርሃን ዩኒቨርሲቲ አመራሮች፣ ሰራተኞችና መምህራን በቀወት ወረዳ ልዩ ስሙ ራሳ ተብሎ በሚጠራው አካባቢ ተገኝተው የበረሀ አንበጣ በአርሶ አደሩ ሰብል ላይ እያደረሰ ያለውን ውድመት ለመከላከል ለወገን ደራሽ ወገን ነው በማለት በበጎ ፈቃደኝነት ዘመቻ አድርገዋል፡፡

59

MoSHE supervision team visits Debre Berhan University

Ministry of Science and Higher Education supervision team led by Solomon Abreha /PhD/, MoSHE, Institutional Linkage, and Community Service Director General, visited Debre Berhan University for the re-opening of the university

60

Covid-19 Awareness Creation

61

በአስተዳደር እና ተማሪዎች አገልግሎት ስር ላሉ ባለሙያዎች እና አመራሮች ስልጠና ሰጠ

በደብረብርሃን ዩንቨርሲቲ በአስተዳደር እና ተማሪዎች  አገልግሎት አስተባባሪነት በምግብ ቤት ስር ለሚገኙ ከ250 በላይ የተለያዩ አመራሮች እና ባለሙያዎች ከኮቪድ እንዴት  እራሳችንን እና ተማሪዎቻችንን እየተከላከልን ተማሪዎችን መቀበል እና ማስተናገድ እንችላለን በሚል ርዕሰ ጉዳይ ስልጠና ሰጠ፡፡

62

ደብረብርሃን ዩኒቨርሲቲ የ2013 ዓ.ም ትምህርት ለመጀመር ዝግጅት ማድረጉን አሳወቀ

ደብረብርሃን ዩኒቨርሲቲ የ2013 ዓ.ም ትምህርት ለመጀመር ዝግጅት ማድረጉን አስታወቀ፡፡የዩኒቨርሲቲው የተማሪዎች አገልግሎት ዳይሬክቶሬት ዳይሬክተር አቶ አለምነው መልካሙ እንዳስታወቁት የ2013 ዓ.ም የትምህርት ዘመን እንደሚታወቀው ከኮሮና ቫይረስ ወረርሽኝ ጋር በተያያዘ በ2012 ዓ.ም የተቋረጠውን ትምህርት ማጠናቀቅ፣

63

ደብረብርሃን ዩኒቨርሲቲ በእንሳሮ ወረዳ ጉዳት ለደረሰባቸው አርሶ አደሮች ድጋፍ አደረገ

ደብረብርሃን ዩኒቨርሲቲ በእንሳሮ ወረዳ በሬሳ ቀበሌ በረዶ ቀላቅሎ በጣለው ዝናብ ምክንያት በመኖሪያ ቤቶች፣ በሰብል እና በእንሰሳት ላይ እጅግ ከፍተኛ ጉዳት ለደረሰባቸው አርሶ አደሮች ከ1ሚልዮን ብር በላይ ግምት ያለው ለቤት መስሪያ የሚሆን 5ሺህ ቆርቆሮ መስከረም 19 ቀን 2013 ዓ.ም ድጋፍ አደረገ፡፡

64

የቨርሚ ሻይ ፈሳሽ ማዳበሪያና ኮምፖስት ውጤቶችን ለተጠቃሚዎች በሽያጭ አስረከበ

የደብረብርሃን ዩኒቨርሲቲ መምህርና ተመራማሪ ዶ/ር ገዛኸኝ ደግፌ በሽያጩ ርክክብ ወቅት እንዳስታወቁት የቨርሚ ኮምፖስት ፕሮጀክት የተጀመረው የኢትዮ ዴች የአትክልትና ፍራፍሬ ልማት ፕሮጀክት /Ethio-Duetch Horticultural Development Project/

65

Advocacy workshop holds

Fana Addis Tiwlid Ethiopia in collaboration with Debre Berhan University held advocacy workshop on the impact of “Covid 19 pandemic on AYSRH: Role of Community, Religious Institutions and government”

66

MASTER’S PROGRAM

67

Zerihun Asegid

Bio: Zerihun Asegid received his LL.B and LL.M (in tax and investment laws) from Haramaya and Mekelle Universities respectively. He began his teaching career at Wollo University in 2012 and then moved to Debre Berhan University in 2016. He has published academic articles in law journals.  As of 2019/20, he is a Ph.D. student of law at Bahir Dar University.

Publications

  1. The Use of "Control Test" in the Classification of Taxpayers into Employee and Independent Contractor; A Comparative Study on Workers of Higher Education Institutions, Mekelle University Law Journal, Vol. 4, 2016. (Available at

https://heinonline.org/HOL/LandingPage?handle=hein.journals/mekeulj4&div=7&id=&page=

  1. Standard Assessment of Small Businesses in Addis Ababa City; Legal and Practical Problems in Focus, Business Law Series, Vol. 6, Addis Ababa University, 2013. (Copy available in the libraries listed at

https://www.worldcat.org/title/ethiopian-tax-system-some-contemporary-issues-and-problems/oclc/915291305#borrow

  1. The Power to Transfer Employees; A Case Comment, Bahir Dar University Journal of Law, Vol. 6 No. 1, 2015 ( Available at

https://heinonline.org/HOL/LandingPage?handle=hein.journals/bahirdjl6&div=4&id=&page=

  1. Income Tax Assessment of Category ‘C’ Taxpayers in Dessie Town; the Pitfalls and the Way Forward, Wollo University Proceeding, Vol. 4, No. 4, 2015

 

Areas of Research Interest

  1. Tax Laws
  2. Investment Laws
  3. Labor/employment laws.

 

Contact Address:-

                  Cell Phone: +251-909540020

                   Email: zerihun78@gmail.com

 

CURRICULUM VITAE

68

Honelign Hailu

Honelign Hailu Mekonnen [Former Dean, College of Law]

Bio: Honelign Hailu Mekonnen is lecturer of law at Debre Berhan University College of Law since October 2013. Before he joined Debre Berhan University, Honelign served as lecturer of law and founding member of Madawalabu University department of law. He had also been Academic Quality Assurance and Relevance Coordinator of College of Law (December 2014-May 2017) and dean of Debre Berhan University College of Law since May 2017 until he began his PhD study. Honelign has got his LL.B Degree from Mekelle University School of Law with distinction in 2008 and his LL.M in Human Rights Law from Addis Ababa University School of Law in 2011. Since October, Honelign is pursuing his PhD in Human Rights at Addis Ababa University Center for Human Rights.

Research Works

  • Assessment of Challenges Related with the Right and Administration of Prisoners’ Right to Property: The Case of North Shewa Zone Prison Centers (Submitted to Debre Berehan University Research Directorate, 2017).
  • Human Rights in Seventy Years after the Adoption of the UDHR (Unpublished), Presented at the 70th Years Anniversary of the UDHR in a Seminar Organized by Debre Berhan University College of Law, December 10, 2018.
  • Freedom of Expression and the Possible Limitations on Freedom of Expression to deal with the Advocacy of Hate Speech and Propaganda of War: The Current Ethiopian Context in Consideration (Unpublished).
  • The Challenges in the Protection of the Rights of Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) in Ethiopia. (Unpublished).
  • The Implications of the Kampala Convention in the Protection of the Rights of Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) in Africa. (Unpublished).
  • The Right to Freedom of Expression and Hate speech During the Internet Age: Striking the Balance between Entitlement and National Security Considerations in Ethiopia (Focus on Practical Solutions). (Unpublished).
  • Judicial Referrals of Disputes Grounded on the Need for Constitutional Interpretation: Analyses of Contents and Reading of Patterns in Courts of Law (Focus on what Principle Courts adhere to in Holding whether there is a Need for Constitutional Interpretation). (Unpublished).
  • Ethnic Identity and the Right to Self-determination: Overview of Procedures and Practices of the HoF/Regional Councils. (Unpublished).

Honelign’s interests of research are generally related to human rights and specifically related to freedom of expression and hate speech; the rights of internally displaced persons; the right to self-determination; the rights of vulnerable groups; grave violations of human rights such as genocide, crimes against humanity, torture; and transitional justice.

Community Service Engagements

  • Honelign has delivered various trainings organized by Debre Berehan University College Community Service Directorate along with Debre Berhan University College of Law and Addis Ababa University Center for Human Rights Debre Berhan Branch to selected participants from North Shewa Zone and its environs. The areas of the training include human rights; the right of vulnerable groups such as the right of women, children, persons with disability; the right of prisoners; and law of succession.

Contact Address

Email: honelignhailu@gmail.com

           honelign.hailu@aau.edu.et

Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/honelign-mekonnen-1b2711162/

Researchgate: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Honelign_Mekonnen2

Cell Phone: +251 942 530883

For more information, see Honelign’s CV here.

69

College of Law Photo gallery

[gallery columns="3" filter="no"]

[gallery_item tag="joomla" src="images/photos/photo1.png"/] 

[gallery_item tag="joomla" src="images/photos/photo2.png"/]

[gallery_item tag="joomla" src="images/photos/photo3.png"/]

[gallery_item tag="joomla" src="images/photos/photo4.png"/]

[gallery_item tag="joomla" src="images/photos/photo5.png"/]

[gallery_item tag="joomla" src="images/photos/photo6.png"/]

[gallery_item tag="joomla" src="images/photos/photo7.png"/]

 

[/gallery]

 

70

Callege of law photo gallery

Befeqadu Hailu, blogger and CARD executive director visited  DBU College of Law

 

71

Research Studies

Research studies conducted by our staff under the sponsorship of the University 

No.

Research Title

Researchers

1

Environmental Impact Assessment in North Shewa Zone, Amhara Regional State: the Law and the Practice

Zekarias Beshah and Tesfaye Ayalew

2

An Assessment of Trans-boundary Human Trafficking for Domestic Workers in Arab States: the Case of North Shewa and Oromia Zones of ANRS

Muluken Yitayh and Honelign Hailu

3

The Status of Prisoners Rights and Administration of Penitentiary Justice as an Instrumentality for the Reformation of Prisoners: A Case Study of Shewa Robbit Prison

Tesfaye Ayalew and Zekarias Beshah

4

Rethinking Perjury Crimes under FDRE Criminal Code: The Case Of The Northern Shoa Criminal Justice System

Yilkal Hassabie and Sisay Hailu

5

The Political Empowerment of Women in North Showa, Amhara Region: A myth or a reality under the Laws?

Sisay Hailu and Yilkal Hassabie

6

Assessment of Challenges Related to the Right and

Administration of Prisoners’ Property: The Case of North Shewa Zone Prison Centers

Honelign Hailu and Muluken Yitayh

7

Critical Analysis on the Normative Frameworks Governing the Physical Accessibility of Public Buildings to Persons with Disabilities and their Practical Implementation: The Case of Bahir Dar, Debre Birhan and Dessie

Atikilt Fetene and Zekarias Beshah

8

Assessment on the Duty to Assign Assistant for the Blind Teachers of the Amhara National Regional State Government Education Bureau

Yilkal Hassabie and Sisay Debalkie

9

A Critical Analysis of the Enforcement Framework of Consumer Protection in Amhara Region North Shoa Zone: Challenges and Prospects

Goytom Afera and Damtew Admasu

10

The Practice, Challenges and Prospects of Community Policing in North Shewa Zone

Muluken Yitayh and Melese Wondmagegnehu

11

The Legal Protection of Traditional Medicinal Knowledge In Ethiopia: The Quest for Optimal Modality of Protection with Special Focus on the ANRS, North Shoa Zone

Melese Wondmagegnehu and Asrat Adugna

12

Corporal Punishment in Ethiopian Schools: is it the New Threat to the Right to Education? – A Case Study in the A/N/R/S, North Shoa Zone

Asrat Adugna and Melese Wondmagegnehu

13

Development and Management of Children of Imprisoned Parents Vis-a-Vis Child Rights in Ethiopia: the Case of North Shoa Zone Prisons

Damtew Admasu and Goytom Afera

14

Assessment of Violence and Its Associated Factors of Persons With Disability in North Shoa Zone’ under the Mega Research titled ‘Challenges of Persons with Disability: Sexuality, Violence, Malnutrition and Inaccessibility to Quality Education and SRH Service in North Showa Zone’

Yilkal Hassabie is one of the six principals in this mega research

15

Assessment of the Level and Impact of Sexual Harassment on Quality Education in North Shewa Zone’ under the Mega Research titled ‘The Challenges of Quality Education in Amhara Regional State Education Institutions, North Showa Zone in Focus’

Atkilt Fetene is one of the six principals in this mega research

 

 

72

Capacity Building Training

Some selected capacity building trainings by our staff

No.

Training Title

Participants

No. of participants

1

The legal framework for consumer protection

Consumer protection professionals, team leaders in offices, representative from consumer associations

45

2

Violence Against women and the Issue of HIV/AIDS under the Family Law: Ethical Reporting

[The training was given in collaboration with the Ethiopian Orthodox Church – Development and Inter Church Aid Commission (N. Shoa Diocesan Development Program Coordination Office)

Policemen, Judges and other officers from High Court, representative from Zone and Debre Berhan Town Administrations justice offices, representative  from Women and Children Affairs Offices and Health Offices, and Journalists from Ethiopian News Agency (ENA), Fana FM

22

3

The Legal Framework related to Social Court in Amhara State

(Proc. No. 246/2009)

Social court judges from 31 Kebeles of Basona Werana Woreda [one of the woredas in North Shoa]

 

4

Reporting and Referral of Crimes Committed Against the Child

Peacebuilders and security officers drawn from Angolela-Tera woreda

47

5

The rights of prisoners

inmates, police officers and employees of Shewa Robit prison administration

340

6

The Ethiopian Legal Framework for the Protection the rights of children and women

Women from women associations and unions located in Debre Berhan City Administration 

35

7

Non-Violence Means of Child Disciplining

Angolela na Tara Wereda Administrative Council members

77

8

Ethiopian laws on policing and due process rights

Police officers engaged in community policing in the North Shewa Zone Administration

71

9

Rights of children and underage marriage

Leaders of Edir and religious fathers (Edir is a traditional social organization)

78

10

Ethics, corrupt practices, and the Ethiopian Anti-corruption laws

School directors, and civics and ethical education teachers from the North Shewa Zone and Oromia Special Zone Administration

142

11

Youth as Peace Builders

Students from the Angolela-Tara Woreda

44

12

Good governance, grievance handling and administrative compliant hearing procedure in the Amhara National Regional State

Social court judges and kebele administrators from Basona Werana Woreda

173

73

DBU holds five years Strategic plan performance evaluation

Debre Berhan University council held the Strategic Plan of growth transformation plan (GTP2) activities performance evaluation on August 05, 2020 G.C at main hall.

74

Staff Profile

 

First Name

Last Name

Sex

Phone

Email

Melaku

Geletu 

M

+251924474001

mggmelaku2010@gmail.com

Meaza

Assefa

F

+251920519128

meazassefa@gmail.com

Aklile

Semu

F

+251912464097

akisemu@gmail.com

Negesse

Worku

M

+251910294770

workunegesse@gmail.com

Yosef

Eshetie

M

+251910966364

yophy2006@gmail.com; hellophysiology@dbu.edu.et

Addisu

Assefa

M

+251912464355

sadamasefadb@gmail.com

Feredegn

Talargie

M

+251921792491

ftalarge@gmail.com

Daniel

Molla

M

+251943322895

danielmolla54@gmail.com

Abebe

Muche

M

+251938373278

abebemuche3@gmail.com

Alemu

Adela

M

+251949018410

alemuadela@gmail.com

Yonas

Teshome

M

+251921495602

teshomeyonas16@yahoo.com

Yerukneh

Solomon

M

+251944033849

yeruknesolomon@gmail.com

Dr Kumlachew

Mergiaw

M

+251911709046

kumlachew23@gmail.com

Dr Ganesh

Sumathy

F

+25199340932

sumathyharidass@gmail.com

75

Department of Biomedical Sciences

Overview

The department of Biomedical Sciences was established in the institute of medicine and health sciences, college of medicine, Debre Berhan University in 2011. The Department is engaged in the teaching of all biomedical courses/modules to the preclinical undergraduate medical students, undergraduate students of pharmacy, nursing, medical laboratory science, midwifery, anesthesia, health officers, neonatal nursing, pediatric nursing, surgical nursing, and sport science. 

Mission and Vision

  • To continue all biomedical  course/module offerings to students of the different categories of Medical and Paramedical fields of the University;
  • To launch new postgraduate programs in different fields of biomedical sciences;
  • To undertake relevant research in the biomedical sciences;
  • To render consultancy services to the public and higher medical institutions in the country;
  • To make itself the center of excellence in teaching, research as well as rendering service to the public.

 

 

 

76

ደብረብርሃን ዩኒቨርሲቲ ያሰለጠናቸውን የድህረምረቃ ተማሪዎች አስመረቀ

ደብረብርሃን ዩነቨርስቲ በቀን፣በማታና በከረምት መርሃ ግብር ያስለጠናቸውን 261 የድህረምረቃ ተማሪዎች ዛሬ አስመርቋል፡፡ከተመራቂ ተማሪዎቹ መካከል 52ቱ ሴቶች መሆናቸውም ታውቋል፡፡

77

Staff Profile Links

 

 Zekarias Beshah Abebe                               Honelign Hailu Mekonnen                 Zerihun Asegid 

 [Acting Dean, College of Law]                     Former Dean, College of Law            College of Law

78

Zekarias Beshah

Zekarias Beshah Abebe [Acting Dean, College of Law]

 

Bio:Zekarias Beshah Abebe is an assistant professor in law and acting dean at the College of Law, Debre Berhan University. He earned his first degree in Law from Jimma University (2008) with distinction, and his Master’s degree in Public International Law from Addis Ababa University (2011). While his background is in law, he also did an MSc in Security, Leadership and Society at king’s College London which further broadens his expertise into the area of peace and security in the context of developing society.

Zekarias has been an African Leadership Centre Peace, Security and development fellow at King’s College London (2016/17), African Junior Professionals Fellow of the International Peace Institute (New York based independent non-profit lobby group), and a research intern at the University of Cape Town’s Department of Public Law. His research interest broadly lies in international organizational law (particularly the intricate relations between the Peace and Security Council of the African Union and its UN counterpart), environmental law, protests and social movements in Ethiopia, and development-security nexus.

Zekarias offers courses that are related to public international law for the undergraduate and postgraduate law students of the College.  

Projects and publications

  1. Developmental State and Ethnic Federalism in Ethiopia: Is Leadership the Missing Link? (2019), Leadership and developing society, Vol.3, no.1, pp. 95-127.
  2. Ethnic-Based Conflicts in Ethiopia’s Higher Education: The Case of Debre Berhan
    University (2019), Center for Advancement of Rights and Democracy.
  3. MetEC’s Wasteful Blunders Should End Ethiopia’s Fling with Military Business, Ethiopia Insight, 22 November 2018
  4. From Rhetoric to Concrete Steps: Will reform in Ethiopia last? the global observatory, 11 July 2018
  5. The African Court with a Criminal Jurisdiction and the ICC: A Case for Overlapping Jurisdiction? (2017) African Journal of International and Comparative Law, Vol.25, No.3, pp.418- 429
  6. Protest in Ethiopia: Underpinning Process Based Leadership as a Way Forward (2017), Leadership and developing society, Vol.2, No.1
  7. Responses to Unrest in Ethiopia Require Reckoning with Long-Standing Issues, the global observatory, 13 December 2017
  8. The status of Prisoner’s Rights and administration of penitentiary justice as an instrumentality for the reformation of prisoners: A case study in Shewa Robit Prison (2017), Proceeding of the 3r Annual International Research Symposium, May 11-13, 2016, vol.7, No.1 (Co- author).
  9. ‘Peace and Security Council of the African Union: To Compete or Complement the UN Security Council?’ (2011), Lambert Academic Publishing, Germany
  10. Developmental State in a Federated Ethiopia and its discontents, a book chapter accepted for an edited volume titled ‘Undoing Peace? Decoloniality or Epistemic Freedom in East Africa and the Great Lakes Region’ (Rowman & Littlefield International)

 

Contact address

Email:  zekubeshah@gmail.com

           zekarias.abebe@dbu.edu.et

Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/zekarias-beshah-abebe-66175157/

Researchgate: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Zekarias_Beshah_Abebe

Cell Phone: +251 953 121452

 

CURRICULUM VITAE

 

 

 

79

በደብረብርሃን ዩኒቨርሲቲ የአረንጓዴ አሻራ ቀን መርሀ ግብር በይፋ ተጀመረ

በደብረብርሃን ዩኒቨርሲቲ የአረንጓዴ አሻራ ቀን መርሀ ግብር ዛሬ ሰኔ 08-2012 ዓ.ም በይፋ ተጀምሯል፡፡ የችግኝ ተከላ ፕሮግራሙ የሳይንስና ከፍተኛ ትምህርት ሚኒስቴር ዴኤታ ዶ/ር ሙሉ ነጋ በተገኙበት ተካሂዷል፡፡

80

Debre Berhan University Gives Support to 1000 Vulnerable People

Debre Berhan University gave 500 quintal flour which cost over 1.3 million Birr support to 1000 Debre Berhan vulnerable people.

81
82

ደብረብርሃን ዩኒቨርሲቲ ለጤና ባለሙያዎች ስልጠና ሰጠ

ደብረብርሃን ዩኒቨርሲቲ በተማሪዎች ክሊኒክ ለሚሰሩ የጤና ባለሙያዎች ራሳቸውን ከኮቪድ-19 ወረርሽኝ ጥቃት ጠብቀው ታካሚዎችን ማከምና መርዳት በሚያስችላቸው ዙሪያ ግንቦት 11 ቀን 2012 ዓ.ም ስልጠና ተሰጠ፡፡

83

Budget Report


 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

84

ደ/ብ/ዩ ከሰ/ሸዋ ዞንና ከደ/ብርሃን ከተማ ከተውጣጡ አመራሮች ጋር ውይይት አካሄደ

በደብረብርሃን ዩኒቨርሲቲ አስተባባሪነት ዩኒቨርሲቲው ባለፉት ዓመታት ለአካባቢው ማህበረሰብ የሰራቸው ስራዎች፣ በቀጣይ በዘለቄታዊ መንገድ ስለሚሰራቸው ጉዳዮችና በቅንጅት ይሰራሉ ባሏቸው የትኩረት መስኮች ዙሪያ ከሰ/ሸዋ ዞን አስተዳደር፣

85

DBU announces online teaching learning platforms

To prevent the spread of Corona Virus/Covid 19/, Debre Berhan University announced that the second semester courses to be changed from face to face lecture to online platforms via e-mail, webpage, Skype and other platforms.

86

ደ/ብርሃን ዩኒቨርሲቲ ኮሮና ቫይረስን ለመከላከል ሀገራዊ ጥሪውን ተቀብሎ እየሰራ ይገኛል ተባለ

በዓለማችን ብሎም በሀገራችን ከፍተኛ ሰብዓዊ፣ኢኮኖሚያዊ፣ማህበራዊና ስነ-ልቦናዊ ችግር እያስከተለና እየተስፋፋ የመጣውን ኮሮና ቫይረስ ለመከላከል ሀገራዊ ጥሪውን ተቀብሎ ደ/ብርሃን ዩኒቨርሲቲ የተለያዩ ኮሚቴዎችን በማደራጀት ሰፊ ስራዎችን በመስራት ላይ እንደሚገኝ ታውቋል፡፡

87

ከ4000 በላይ የእጅ ንፅህና መጠበቂያዎችን እያሰራጨ እንደሆነ ዩኒቨርሲቲው አስታወቀ

ደብረብርሃን ዩኒቨርሲቲ ከ4000 በላይ የእጅ ንፅህና መጠበቂያዎችን እያሰራጨ እንደሆነ አስታወቀ፡፡የዩኒቨርሲቲው ፕሬዚዳንት ዶ/ር ንጉስ ታደሰ እንደሉት በዩኒቨርሲቲው ውስጥ ያሉ የኬሚስትሪ ፣ የጤና ፣ የኬሚካል ኢንጅነሪግ እና የባይሎጂ መምህራን በአንድ ላይ በመሆን

88

Press Release

 ደብረብርሃን ዩኒቨርሲቲ የኮሮና ቫይረስ ለመከላከል ያከናወናቸውተ ግባራት ላይ የተሰጠ ጋዜጣዊ መግለጫ


በዓለማችን ብሎም በሀገራችን ከፍተኛ የስብአዊ ኢኮኖሚያዊ እና ስነ-ልቦናዊ ቀውስ እያደረሰ ያለውን የኮሮና ቫይረስ ለመከላከል እንዲቻል ደ/ብርሃን ዩኒቨርሲቲ ከዞን አስተባባሪ ኮሚቴው ጋር በመሆን ከፍተኛ ጥረት እያደረገ ይገኛለ፡፡ በዚሁ መሰረት፡-
1. የመከላከልና የህክምና ሥራዎች ፣
1.1. ቫይረሱን የመከላከል ሥራን በተመለከተ፣ ዩኒቨርሲቲው በዞንና በከተማ አስተዳደር ደረጃ ከተቋቋመው ኮሚቴ ጋር የዩኒቨርሲቲው የጤና እና የህዝብ ግንኙነት ባለሙያዎችን በማቀናጀት የግንዛቤ ማስጨበጫ ሥራ በሞንታርቦ ቅስቀሳ፣ በራሪ ወረቀቶች በማሰራጨት፣ በሲዲ የተቀረፁ መልዕክቶችን በማዘጋጀት ለቀበሌዎች፣ ለወረዳዎች እና ለዞን የኮሚኒኬሽን ጽ/ቤቶች አባዝቶ በመስጠት፣ ፖስተር፣ ባነር እና LED Screen በማዘጋጀት የግንዛቤ ፈጠራ ሥራውን አስፍቶ እየሰራ ይገኛል፡፡ በርካታ ስልጠናዎችን ለጤና ባለሙያዎች፣ ለምግብ አዘጋጆችና የተዘጋጁ የQuarantine እና Isolation ክፍሎች ለሚያጸዱ ሰዎች ተሰጥተቷል፡፡
1.2. Case management ሥራዎችን በተመለከተ ከዞኑ ጋር በመቀናጀት የዩኒቨርሲቲው የህክምናና የጤና ሳይንስ ኮሌጅ መምህራን እና ሜዲካል ዶክተሮች በቅንጅት በመስራት በዞኑ ውስጥ ያሉ ሁሉም አካባቢዎች ላይ ምልክቱን የሚያሳዩ ግለሰቦች ካሉ የመለየት እንዲሁም የreferral system በመስራት ከተጠርጣሪዎች ናሙና ተወስዶ እንዲመረመሩ የማድረግ ሂደቱን በአግባቡ በመስራት የሙያ ግዴታቸውን እየተወጡ ይገኛሉ ፡፡ እስከአሁን ድረስ 8 ተጠርጣሪዎች ናሙናቸው ወደ አዲስ አበባ ተልኮ ከቫይረሱ ነፃ መሆናቸው ተረጋግጧል ፡፡
1.3. የለይቶ ማቆያ እና የህክም መስጫ ቦታ ዝግጅትን በተመለከተ፣ የ07 ቀበሌ ጠባሴ ጤና ጣቢያ ፣ በዩኒቨርሲቲው ውስጥ ደግሞ 13 ብሎኮችን ጨምሮ ለQuarantine እና Isolation በተሟላ መልኩ በቁሳቁስ በማደራጀት ዝግጁ ያደርገ ሲሆን ማንኛውም ተጠርጣሪ ከተገኘ ለይቶ ለማቆየትና ወደ ሚመለከተው ምርመራና ህክምና ለመወሰድ የሚያችል ዝግጅት ሙሉ በሙሉ ተጠናቋል ፡፡
2. የገንዘብና ቁሳቁስ ድጋፍን በተመለከተ
2.1. ደ/ብርሃን ከተማ ላይ የሚገኘውን የሀበሻ አረጋዊያን ማእከልን በተመለከተ ከዚህ በፊት ከህብረተሰቡ ድጋፍ የሚያገኙ ከ100 በላይ አረጋዊያ ያሉ ሲሆን በአሁኑ ሰዓት ዩኒቨርሲቲው ሙሉ በሙሉ እነዚህን አረጋዊያን ተረክቦ ቁርስ ፣ ምሳ እና እራት እየመገበ ሲሆን ከምግብ በተጨማሪ የንጽህና መጠበቂያ ሳሙና እና ሳኒታይዘር በመደገፍ ላይ ይገኛል ፡፡
2.2. በዩኒቨርሲቲው ውስጥ ያሉ የኬሚስትሪ ፣ የጤና ፣ የኬሚካል ኢንጅነሪግ እና የባይሎጂ መምህራን በአንድ ላይ በመሆን በኬሚስትሪ ቤተ ሙከራ ውስጥ 3000 ሊትር በላይ የእጅ ንጽህና መጠበቂያ ሳኒታይዘር በማዘጋጀት እንዲሁም ከ1000 ሊትር በላይ የተገዛ የንጽህና መጠበቂያ በድምሩ 4000 ሊትር በላይ የእጅ ንጽህና መጠበቂያዎችን በማዘጋጀት በዞኑ ውስጥ ላሉ ሆስፒታሎች ፣ ጤና ጣቢያዎች ፣ ለዞን እና ለወረዳ መስሪያ ቤቶች፣ ለሀበሻ አረጋዊያን ማዕከል እና ለመሳሰሉት ተቋማት በማሰራጨት ላይ የሚገኝ ሲሆን ለጤና ጣቢያዎቹ ለሆስፒታሎች እና ለአረጋዊያ ማዕከሉ ከእጅ ንጽህና መጠበቂያ በተጨማሪ በአንኮበር ምርምር የተገኘውን የመጸዳጃ ቤት ንጽህና መጠበቂያ 500 ሊትር ፈሳሽ ሳሙና እንዲደርሳቸው እየተደረገ ነው ፡፡
2.3. የቀበሌ 07 ጤና ጣቢያን እንዲሁም የዩኒቨርሲቲውን 13 ብሎኮች ለQuarantine እና Isolation ለማዘጋጀት ከ600,000 ብር በላይ በገንዘብና በቁሳቁስ እንዲሁም በዞን ደረጃ ለተቋቋመው አብይ ኮሚቴ ሥራ ማስኬጃና ልዩ ልዩ ሥራዎች የሚውል 500,000 ብር በድምሩ 1,100,000 ብር በጥሬ ገንዘብና በቁሳቁስ ድጋፍ ያደረገ ሲሆን ከምንም በላይ የዩኒቨርሲቲው የጤና ባለሙያዎች ፣ የአስተዳደር ሰራተኞችና አመራሮች እየሰሩት ያለው ሥራ እጅግ በጣም አመርቂና በእንዲህ አይነት የችግር ወቅት በርግጥም በጋር በመስራት ችግሩን መመከት እንደሚቻል ጥሩ ማሳያ የሚሆን ነው፡፡
3. ምርምርና ሳይንሳዊ ድጋፍ ከማድረግ አንፃር
በሀገር ደረጃ በተቀመጠው አቅጣጫ መሰረት የዩኒቨርሲቲዎች መምህራን ፣ የአስተዳደር ሰራተኞችና ተማሪዎች በየቤታቸው እንዲቆዩ እየተደረገ ቢሆንም የደ/ብርሃን ዩኒቨርሲቲ የጤና ባለሙያዎች ፣ አንኮበር ላይ ምርምር የሚያደርጉ መምህራን እና የኮምፒውቲንግ ኮሌጅ ፣የሜካኒካልና የኤሌክትሪካል ትምህርት ክፍሎች መምህራን የሚከተሉትን ሀገራዊ ጠቀሜታ ያላቸውን ሥራዎች በቢሮና በላብራቶሪ ውስጥ በመመራመር ላይ ይገኛሉ ፡፡
3.1. ሀገራዊ የኮሮና ቫይረስ Surveillance Data Base ማዘጋጀትን በተመለከተ፡ የጤና እና የኮምፒውቲንግ ኮሌጅ መምህራን በጋራ በመሆን የቫይረሱን ስርጭት ለመግታት የሚያስችል የመረጃ ቋት በሀገር ደረጃ መኖር ስላለበት Map Based የሆነ የመረጃ ቋት እየተዘጋጀ ሲሆን ይህን የመረጃ ቋት ዝግጅት ከጤና ሚኒስቴር ፣ ከማህበረሰብ ጤና አገልግሎት ኢንስቲትዮት ፣ ከኢኖቪሽንና ቴክኖሎጂ ሚኒስቴር እንዲሁም ከመረጃ ደህንነት ተቋማት ጋር ለማቀናጅትና ወደ ስራ ለማስገባት ጥረት እየተደረገ ነው ፡፡ በአጭር ጊዜ ተጠናቆ ወደ ስራ ይገባል ተብሎ ይጠበቃል፡፡
3.2. የአፍ ፣ የአይንና የጆሮ ማፅጃ ሳኒታይዘር ዝግጅትን በተመለከተ እስከ አሁን ድረስ የእጅ ማፅጃ ሳኒታይዘር በየተቋማቱ እየተዘጋጀና አገልግሎት እየሰጠ ሲሆን ለአፍ ፣ ለጆሮ ፣ ለአፍንጫ እና ለአይን ማጽጃ የሚሆን ሳኒታይዘር ግን እየተዘጋጀ አይደለም በመሆኑም የአንኮበር የመድሃኒት ምርምር ላይ እየተሳተፉ ያሉ የኬሚስቲሪ ፣ የኬሚካል ኢንጅነሪግ እንዲሁም የጤና ሳይንስና ክክምና ኮሌጅ የሜዲሲን መምህራን በጋራ በመሆን ምርምር በማድረግ ለአፍ ፣ ለአፍንጫ ፣ ለአይንና ለጆሮ ማጽጃ የሚሆን ሳኒታይዘር ለማዘጋጀት ልዩ ጥናት እያደረጉ ይገኛሉ፡፡ በተለይ የአፍ ማጽጃዉ / የንጽህና መጠበቂያዉ/ በአጭር ጊዜ ተጠናቆ ወደ ስራ ይገባል ተብሎ ይጠበቃል፡፡
3.3. በተመሳሳይ መልኩ የመካኒካልና የኤሌክተሪካል ትምህርት ክፍሎችና የህክምና ኮሌጅ መምህራን በአንድ ቡድን ተደራጅተው በኮሮና ቫይረስ ተጠቅተው ህመም ላይ ለሚገኙ ታማሚዎች የመተንፈሻ ችግራቸውን ለማቃለል እንዲቻል ሜካኒካል ቬንትሌተር በወርክሾፕ ውስጥ እየሰሩ ሲሆን ፕሮቶታይፕ/ናሙናው በቅርብ ቀን ተጠናቆ አስፈላጊውን ሂደት ካለፈ በኋላ ወደ ሙሉ ምርት የሚገባ ይሆናል፡፡
በአጠቃላይ ደብረብርሃን ዩኒቨርሲቲ የኮሮና ቫይረስን ለመከላከልና ህብረተሰቡን ለማገልገል ከፍተኛ ዝግጅት አድርጓል፡፡

 


መጋቢት 29/2012 ዓ.ም
ዶ/ር ንጉስ ታደሰ
የደብረብርሃን ዩኒቨርሲቲ ፕሬዚዳንት

 

89

የኢንዱስትሪዎች መምጣት ፀጋ እንጂ እዳ መሆን የለበትም ተባለ

ደብረብርሃን ዩኒቨርሲቲ በደብረብርሃን ከተማና አካባቢው ከሚገኙ የኢንዱስትሪ ባለቤቶች እና ከባለድርሻ አካላት ጋር የካቲት 11 ቀን 2012 ዓ.ም ውይይት አካሄደ፡፡ የዩኒቨርሲቲው ፕሬዚዳንት ንጉስ ታደሰ (ዶ/ር) በመክፈቻ ንግግራቸው ወቅት እንደገለጹት

90

የደብረብርሃን ዩኒቨርሲቲ የ2012 ዓ.ም የስድስት ወራት እቅድ አፈጻጸምን ገመገመ

የደብረብርሃን ዩኒቨርሲቲ የስድሰት ወራት የመማር ማስተማርና ተጓዳኝ ተግባራት እንዲሁም የሁለተኛውን መንፈቅ ዓመት የመማር ማስተማር ሂደት አጀማመርን ከመምህራን፣ አስተዳደር ሰራተኞችና ቴክኒክ ሰራተኞች ጋር ገምግሟል፡፡

91

DBU Conducts Discussion

Debre Berhan University conducted discussion on the research and community services challenges and the way forward on 10th February, 2020 at PR Hall.

92

Contact Info

Email: regalmuni@dbu.edu.et

Tel: 0118900357

93

Engineering College holds Monthly Seminar

Debre Berhan University Engineering College Mechanical Engineering Department held its 3rd monthly seminar on January 16, 2020 at Mechanical Engineering Computer Laboratory, LA05.

94

DBU Councils Appraises the 6 Months Plan Performance

Debreberhan University appraised its 2012 E.C 6 months physical and financial  plan performance along with the University’s councils on 17th January, 2020 G.C at PR Hall.

95

በባህላዊ መድሀኒት እፀዋት እንክብካቤ ዙሪያ ሲምፖዚየም ተካሄደ

ደ/ብርሃን ዩኒቨርሲቲ የአንኮበር መድሃኒታዊ እፅዋት ቅመማና ብዝሀ ህይወት እንክብካቤ ፕሮጀክት ማዕከል “የባህል መድሃኒት እውቀትን በዘመናዊና በተቀናጀ መልኩ ማሳደግ እና የህብረተሰብ ጤና አጠባበቅ ስርዓት ማሻሻል” በሚል መሪ-ቃል ታህሳስ 17 ቀን 2012 ዓ.ም

96

ሰላማዊ መማር ማስተማር ሂደቱ ተጠናክሮ እንዲቀጥል እየሰራ መሆኑን ገለጸ

በደብረብርሃን ዩኒቨርሲቲ ሰላማዊ መማር ማስተማር ሂደቱ ተጠናክሮ እንዲቀጥል ከዩኒቨርሲቲው አስተዳደር ካውንስል፣ከተማሪዎች ህብረት፣ከተማሪ የክፍል ተወካዮች፣ ከመምህራን፣ ከአስተዳዳር ሰራተኞች፣ከጥበቃና ደህንነት ኃላፊዎች፣ ከአካባቢው የተለያዩ የማህበረሰብ ክፍሎች

97

CPD provider office

Introduction

Health professionals must maintain, update and enhance their knowledge, skills, and attitude to adequately deliver quality health care. This is particularly important due to a changing disease pattern in which diseases that had been eradicated are now reemerging, as well as an increase of non-communicable diseases. There is a need for CPD to maintain professional competence in an environment of numerous challenges, rapid organizational changes, information technology, increasing public expectations and demand for quality and greater accountability. CPD program is a new initiative in Ethiopia which requires the commitment and collaboration of different stakeholders (accreditors, CPD providers, ministry of health, regional health office and partners).  Debre Berhan University, institute of medicine and health science CPD center was established in December/2017 and is a corner stone to go one step forward for the institute.

 

Vision, Mission and Value of DBU, Institute of medicine and health science, CPD center  

  • To be one of the leading CPD providers  of Ethiopia by 2025

Mission

  • Meet agreed training quality requirements in  CPD course design and delivery
  • Develop and provide accredited CPD courses in accordance with relevant and approved CPD documents 
  • Assuring   quality health care delivery in various level of health institutions through maintaining up-to-date competency of health practitioners
  • Ensures trainings are need based and have right approaches in the design, development and   delivery process
  • Ensures timely planning, effective coordination, implementation and reporting.

Value

  • Team working
  • Accountability
  • Transparency
  • Quality care
  • Professionalism
  • Professional ethics
  • Equity

 

Structure and staffing of DBU, IMHS, CPD Center

  • CPD Coordinator
  • CPD  office secretary
  • Panel of experts
  • IT officer
  • Training officer

 

Roles and responsibilities of DBU, IMHS, CPD Center

  1. Have program mission statement specifying major changes in competence, performance or patient outcome that will be the result of the program for review and accreditation
  2.  Complete an application form, and submit the required documentation and fees to the accreditor when requesting accreditation
  3. Submit each CPD course to an accreditor for review and accreditation three months before presenting the CPD activity
  4. Assign qualified panel of experts composed of content expertise, program experts, and instructional design experts Develop and provide accredited CPD courses.
  5.  Check before the course development, whether there  exists approved relevant CPD document in the area seeking to prepare  
  6.  Only one-course provider shall be accredited for one CPD course material with the same and course code unless it is nationally approved as national CPD courses
  7.  Meet agreed training quality requirements in course design and delivery
  8.  Document and avail internal monitoring and evaluation results and participant evaluation report of every CPD activity
  9.  Required to publicize the annual proposed activity together with its accreditation number and CEUs.

 

 

 

98

Accreditation office

Introduction

Health professionals must maintain, update and enhance their knowledge, skills, and attitude to adequately deliver quality health care. This is particularly important due to a changing disease pattern in which diseases that had been eradicated are now reemerging, as well as an increase of non-communicable diseases. There is a need for CPD to maintain professional competence in an environment of numerous challenges, rapid organizational changes, information technology, increasing public expectations and demand for quality and greater accountability. CPD program is a new initiative in Ethiopia which requires the commitment of different stakeholders (accreditors, CPD providers, ministry of health, regional health office and partners).  DebreBerhan University, institute of medicine and health science accreditation office was established in November/2019 and is a corner stone to go one step forward for the institute.

Vision, Mission and Value of DBU, Institute of medicine and health science CPD-accreditation office

Vision

  • To be one of the leading CPD accreditors of Ethiopia by 2025

Mission

  • To establish a highly effective system that assures quality delivery of CPD in CPD Provider organizations.
  • Assuring   quality health care delivery in various level of health institutions through maintaining up-to-date competency of health practitioners
  • Creating a balance and checking system between CPD a creditor and providers
  • Ensures trainings are need based and have right approaches in the design, development and   delivery process.
  • Ensures timely planning and effective coordination and implementation and creates proper training monitoring and evaluation system.
  • Maintain the uniformity of the competency outcomes and quality of the trainings that leads to health services delivery quality.

Value

  • Team working
  • Accountability
  • Transparency
  • Quality care
  • Professionalism
  • Professional ethics
  • Equity

 

Structure and staffing of the accreditation office

  • Accreditation office director
  • Accreditation office secretary
  • Panel of experts
  • Human resource director
  • Training center coordinator
  • Delegates from different departments

 

Roles and responsibilities of the accreditation office

  • reviewapplications foraccreditationofCPDservice providers andCPDcourses
  • monitorcompliancewiththe guidelines
  • Revisecontinuingeducationunits(CEUs)allocatedwhere the provider failedto complywith theguideline
  • Monitor andevaluate CPD providers and submit an annualreporttotheministry
  • InvestigatecomplaintsagainstCPDProvidersandtake necessaryadministrative measures
  • Submit accreditedCPDactivitiestotheMinistryfor codingand uploadingonthe website.

 

Download Files

CPD guideline English with Signature

CPD guideline English with Signature

CPD Directive Amharic signature

CPD Directive English with Signature

CPD guideline Amharic with Signature

 

 

 

 

 

 

99

DBU Undergoes discussion with Slovak Embassy Delegates

Debre Berhan University Underwent discussion with Slovak Embassy delegates so as to create cooperation and partnership at senate hall on 22nd, November, 2019 G.C.

100

DBU conducts discussion with University of Maryland University

Debre Berhan University conducted discussion with University of Maryland College of Agriculture and Natural Resources delegates to start partnership on 19, November, 2019 G.C at senate hall.

101

Debere Berhan University organizes field day

Debre Berhan University organized field day on malt barley production at DBU farm demonstration site in collaboration with Habesha Breweries S.C on 1st November, 2019 G.C.

102

Message

 

 

 

 

“ይህንን ያውቃሉ!”

ትምህርት በተፈጥሮ የተገኘውን አዕምሮን የሚቀርጽ መሳሪያ በመሆኑ ለሥነ-ምግባርም ሆነ ለሌሎች የሰው ልጅ እድገቶች መሰረት ነው፡፡

ትምህርት ባይኖር ኖሮ የሰው ልጆች ውስን የሆነ እውቀት፣ ክህሎትና አመለካከት ብቻ ይዘው ከቀበሌያቸው፣ ከመንደራቸው ላያልፉ ግድ ይላቸው ነበር፡፡ ይህ ደግሞ ለሥነ ምግባር መጐልበትም ሆነ ለአጠቃላይ ሕይወት ስምሪትና እድገት አይረዳቸውም ነበር፡፡

ትምህርት ግን ሁሉንም ነገር ከማወቅ አልፈን እንድንሻሻልበትና ራሳችንን እንድንፈትሽ ያደርገናል፡፡ ስለዚህ ትምህርት ትልቁ የአዕምሮአችን የልማት መሠረት ተደርጐ ሊወሰድ ይችላል፡፡

 የአዕምሮ ልማት ሲባል እውቀት ወይም ክህሎት ብቻ ሳይሆን አመለካከትንም ይጨምራል፡፡ ሥነ-ምግባርን ስንመለከት ደግሞ ስነ-ምግባር በመሰረቱ ፍልስፍና ነው፡፡ ይህ ፍልስፍና በሰው ልጆች አዕምሮ ውስጥ ሰርጾ የሚገባው ሁሉም የማህበረሰብ አባላት ሲማሩ ነው፡፡ የተማረና በትምህርት የበለፀገ ማህበረሰብ የሥነ-ልቦና ጤንነቱ የተጠበቀ፣ ሌሎችን የማይረብሽና መልካም ሥነ-ምግባር ያለው ትውልድ እንዲፈጠር ኃላፊነቱን በአግባቡ ይወጣል፡፡

 ከዚህ ጋር ተያይዞ በሰው ልጆች ዘንድ ሦስት ዓይነት ስብዕናዎች  አሉ፡፡እነርሱም፡-

 1. በመጀመሪያው የስብዕና ዓይነት ውስጥ የሚመደቡ የሰው ልጆች ዓይነት፡-

     ሀ.      ምንም ንቃተ-ሕሊና የሌላቸው፣

     ለ.      ጠቃሚውንና ጐጂውን የማይለዩ፣

     ሐ.      በስሜት ብቻ የሚመሩ ናቸው፡፡

 ከዚህም በተጨማሪ ዕውቀት የላቸውም፣ የሚደርስባቸውን አደጋ አያውቁትም፣ በሌሎች ላይ የሚያደርሱትንም አደጋ አያውቁትም፣ የሌሎችን ስሜትም አይረዱም፡፡

 በጥቅሉ እንዲህ ዓይነት ሰዎች ሥነ ምግባር የላቸውም፡፡ ምክንያቱም ሥነ ምግባር ሰርጾ ውስጣቸው አልገባም ወይም ገብቶ በተለያዩ ምክንያቶች ጠፍቷል፡፡ ሥነ ምግባር ወደ ውስጣቸው ያልገባው ገና የተወለዱና በማደግ ላይ ያሉ ልጆች ናቸው፡፡ ከዚሁ ጋር ተያይዞ ሥነ ምግባርም ሰርጾባቸው በተለያዩ ምክንያቶች ለምሳሌ በአዕምሮ ህመም ምክንያት የሥነ ምግባር ደረጃቸው የጠፋባቸው ሰዎችም  ሊጠቀሱ ይችላሉ፡፡

 2. ሁለተኛው የሰው ልጆች ስብዕና ሥር ሊጠቀሱ የሚችሉ ሰዎች ደግሞ ሕጐችን ያውቃሉ፣ የማህበረሰቡን እሴቶችና ያልተጻፉ ሕግጋትን ጠንቅቀው ያውቃሉ፡፡ እንደዚህ ዓይነት ስብዕና ያላቸው ሰዎች በሰው ፊት የሚፈጽሙት አንዳች መጥፎ ነገር የለም፡፡ ጠንቃቃ ናቸው፣ ሕግንና ማህበረሰቡን ይፈራሉ፡፡ አብዛኛዎቹ የሰው ልጆች ስብዕና በዚህ ምድብ ሥር ሊጠቃለል ይችላል፡፡

እንደነዚህ ያሉ ሰዎች ሥነ-ምግባርን የማይጥሱት ሕጉንና ማህበረሰቡን ስለሚፈሩ ብቻ ነው እንጂ ሥነ-ምግባር ሰርፆባቸው ውስጣቸው ተለውጦ አይደለም፡፡ እንዲህ ዓይነቱ ስብዕና ያላቸው ሰዎች ማህበረሰቡ ወይም የሕግ አስከባሪዎች በሌሉበት ሁኔታ ሥነ-ምግባርን ከመጣስ በፍጽም ወደ ኋላ አይሉም፡፡ በአሁኑ ወቅት በአገራችን ከሙስናና ኢ-ሥነ ምግባር ድርጊቶች ጋር ተያይዞ የሚስተዋሉ ችግሮች ከዚህ የሰው ልጆች ስብዕና ጋር ተያይዞ የሚታዩ ናቸው፡፡ በተለያዩ መንገዶች የሚያጭበረብሩ ሰዎች የሥነ-ምግባር እውቀት አንሷቸው ሳይሆን ሞራል ወይም የሥነ ምግባር እምነቱ ስላልሰረፀባቸው ነው፡፡

3. ሦስተኛው የሰው ልጆች ስብዕና ሥር የሚጠቀሱ ሰዎች ደግሞ “በሥነምግባር መርህና በሞራል ብቻየሚመሩ ሰዎች ናቸው፡፡ የሰው ልጆች እንዳይጠፋፉ፣ አብረው ተቻችለው እንዲኖሩ ሥነ-ምግባርን ከማወቅና በውስጣቸው ከማስረጽ አልፎ ሌሎችን የሚያስተምሩ ናቸው፡፡ እንዲህ ዓይነት ሰዎች ከሥነ ምግባር መርህ ውጭ ወጥተው ሞራሉ የማይፈቅድላቸውን ነገር አያደርጉም፡፡ ከኋይማኖት ጋር ጥብቅ ቁርኝት ያላቸው ሰዎች ሊሆኑ ይችላሉ፡፡ በአብዛኛው በኃይማኖታዊ መጽሐፍቶች ውስጥ ከሥነ ምግባር ጋር ተያይዞ በተምሳሌት ሊጠቀሱ የሚችሉ ሰዎችን እናያለን፡፡

እንግዲህ በአሁኑ ወቅት ለአገራችን ኢትዮጵያ የሚያስፈልጉ ሰዎች ውስጣቸው በሥነ ምግባርና በሞራል የተቀየሩ ሰዎች ናቸው፡፡ እንደዚህ ዓይነት ሰዎችን ለማፍራት ደግሞ ማህበረሰባችን ውስጥ የቆዩ በርካታ የግብረ ገብ እሴቶች አሉ፡፡ በእርግጥ በአሁኑ ወቅት እነዚህን እሴቶቻችንን አጐልብተን የመሄድ ሁኔታ በተለይም በከተማው አካባቢ የላላ ይመስላል፡፡ በዚህ ዙሪያ ጠንካራ ሥራ መስራት ይኖርብናል፡፡

ሕጐች በየጊዜው ይወጣሉ፣ ሕግ አስከባሪዎችም አሉን፡፡ ነገር ግን ሕጐቻችን ሞራልን የሚያስከብሩ አይመስሉም፡፡ ምክንያቱም ሕግን የሚያከብሩ ሰዎች ሕግን ስለሚፈሩት ነው እንጂ ሞራል ኖሯቸው ሥነ-ምግባርን መርህ አድርገው ወስደውት ውስጣቸው ተለውጦ አይደለም፡፡ የሥነ ልቦና ትምህርት ሆነ አጠቃላይ ትምህርቱ ይህንን ይቀይራል ተብሎ ይታመናል፡፡ ለመሆኑ ራሳችንን የትኛው ላይ እንደሆንን እንመዝነው፡፡

 

ምንጭ፡- የፌ/ስ/ም/ፀ/ሙ/ኮሚሽን

ታህሳስ 2009 ዓ/ም መፅሄት

 

“ መልዕክታችንን ሥላነበባችሁልን ምስጋናችን የላቀ ነው”

 

ማሳሰቢያ፡- አስተያየት ካላችሁ በ0116812024 ደውሉልን፡፡

 

 

 

103

ዩኒቨርሲቲው ስነ ህይወታዊ የቡና ገለፈት ማስወገጃ ፕሮጀክት አሰመረቀ

ደብረብርሃን ዩኒቨርሲቲ ከኢትዮጵያ ባዮ ቴክኖሎጂ ኢንስቲትዩት ጋር በመተባበር በደቡብ ብሄር ብሄረሰቦችና ህዝቦች ክልል በሲዳማ ዞን በይርጋለም አካባቢ ለቡና አምራች ገበሬዎች በስነ ህይወታዊ ዘዴ የቡና ገለፈትን ወደ ተፈጥሮ ማዳበሪያነት የሚቀይር ፕሮጀክትን አስመረቀ፡፡

104

የደብረብርሃን ዩኒቨርሲቲ ለአዲስ ተማሪዎች ግንዛቤ ፈጠረ

የደብረብርሃን ዩኒቨርሲቲ በ2012 ዓ.ም ለተቀበላቸው ከ3600 በላይ አዲስ ተማሪዎች በዩኒቨርሲቲው ስለሚኖራቸው አጠቃላይ ቆይታና በቤተ መጽሃፍት፣በዶርሚተሪ፣ በምግብ ቤት፣ በክሊኒክና በሌሎችም ስለሚያገኗቸው

105

Deber Berhan University hosts the 2019 world Teachers’ Day

Debre Berhan University hosted the 2019 world teachers’ day under the theme “Young Teachers: The Future of Profession” as of October 7-8/2019 G.C. at PR Hall.

106
107
108

DBU Strategic plan

Debre Berhan University Strategic plan list:

 

 

 

109

የደሞዝ ስኬል አፈፃፀም መመሪያ

የነጥብ  የሥራ ምዘናና ደረጃ አወሳሰን ጥናት የደሞዝ ስኬል አፈፃፀም መመሪያ ለማዉረድ ቀጣይ ያለዉን ሊንክ ይጠቀሙ፡

         የደሞዝ ስኬል አፈፃፀም መመሪያ 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

110

የጋዜጠኝነት ተሰጥኦ ፍለጋ ፕሮጀክት ስልጠና ተጠናቀቀ

የደብረብርሃን ዩኒቨርሲቲ የማህበራዊና ስነ-ሰብ ኮሌጅ የጋዜጠኝነትና ኮሙኒኬሽን ትምህርት ክፍል ከደብረብርሃን  ፋና ኤፍ ኤም 94.0 ጋር በመተበባር ከሀምሌ 1/2011 ዓ.ም እስከ ጳጉሜ 6/2011 ዓ.ም

111

ዩኒቨርሲቲው ለ3ኛ ወገን ባስተላለፋቸው የስራ ዘርፎች ዙሪያ ምክክር አካሄደ

ደብረብርሃን ዩኒቨርሲቲ በ3ኛ ወገን በሚያሰራቸው ስራዎች ያሉ ስኬቶችና በሚያጋጥሙ ተግዳሮቶች ዙሪያ ከሚመለከታቸው አካላት ጋር ነሐሴ 28 ቀን 2011 ዓ.ም ምክክር አካሄደ፡፡

112

Debre Berhan University hosts the 20th Public Universities forum

Debre Berhan University hosted the 20th Public Universities forum found in Amhara Region as of 31st August -1st September 2019 G.C at Public Relation Hall.

113

Announcement

 

 

 

 

ማስታወቂያ

በደ/ብርሃንዩኒቨርሲቲ2እና3ዲግሪትምህርት  ይመለከታል

በ2013 ዓ.ም የትምህርት ዘመን የደ/ብርሃን ዩኒቨርሲቲ በ2ኛ እና በ3ኛ ዲግሪ በመደበኛ (Regular) እና 2ኛዲግሪ በእረፍት ቀናት (Extention) ፕሮግራሞች ለማስተማር ዝግጅቱን አጠናቋል፡፡ በዚሁ መሰረት ከታች በተዘረዘሩት 43 2ኛ ዲግሪ የትምህርት መስኮች እና በ3ኛ ዲግሪ 1 የት/ት መስክ ተመዝግባችሁ መማር ለምትፈልጉ ተማሪዎች ከመስከረም 13/2013 እስከ መስከረም 30/2013 ድረስ በዩኒቨርሲቲው በየኮሌጆች ረጀስትራርና ርቀት ት/ት/ ማስተባበሪያ ቢሮ ዘወትር በስራ ሰዓት መረጃችሁን በማቅረብ  ወይም ሰካን የተደረጉ የት/ት ማስረጃዎችንና የክፈያ ሰነዶችን በኢሜል በመላክ መመዝገብ የምትችሉ መሆኑን እንገልፃለን፡፡የኮሌጆችን የኢሜል አደራሻ ከዩኒቨርሰቲያችን መረጃ መረብ  www.dbu.edu.et  ማገኘት ትችላላችሁ፡፡

በምዝገባ ወቅት የሚያስፈልጉ መስፈርቶች

ለማስተርስ

  1. የመጀመሪያ ዲግሪ Official Transcript-  ከተማሩበት ዩኒቨርሲቲ ማሰላክ
  2. የመጀመሪያ ዲግሪ ሰርተፍኬት ከነትራንስክሪፕቱ ኦርጅናልና የማይመለስ አንዳንድ ኮፒ (ወይም ሰካን የደርገ ኮፒ አስከ መግቢያ ፈተና ድረስ ብቻ የሚገለግል)
  3. Letter of Sponsorship - ከአሠሪ ተቋም/በመስሪያ ቤት ስፖንሰር ለሚማሩ ተማሪዎች /ፎረሙን ከዩኒቨርስቲችን መረጃ መረብ www.dbu.edu.et ማውረድ እና መሙላት የቻላል/፡፡

ለፒኤችዲ

  1. የሁለተኛ ዲግሪ Official Transcript-  ከተማሩበት ዩኒቨርሲቲማሰላክ
  2. የሁለተኛ ዲግሪ ሰርተፍኬት ከነትራንስክሪፕቱ ኦርጅናልና የማይመለስ አንዳንድ ኮፒ (ወይም ሰካን የደርገ ኮፒ አስከ መግቢያ ፈተና ድረስ ብቻ የሚገለግል)
  3. Letter of Sponsorship - ከአሠሪ ተቋም/በመስሪያ ቤት ስፖንሰር ለሚማሩ ተማሪዎች / ፎረሙን ከዩኒቨርስቲችን መረጃ መረብ www.dbu.edu.et ማውረድ እና መሙላት የቻላል/፡፡

ለሁለቱም ፐሮግራሞች

  1. ለቅድመ ምዝገባ ማመልከቻ የሚከፈል ብር 80/ሰማኒያ ብር/
  2. ለመግቢያ ፈተና መቅረቢያ የሚከፈል ብር 80/ሰማኒያ ብር/

የመመዝገቢያ እና የመግቢያ ፈተና ክፍያ በደ/ብ/ዩኒቨርሲቲ በውስጥ ገቢ አካውንት

1000025277515 ገቢ ማድረግ የምትችሉ መሆኑ እንገልጻለን፡፡

  1. የፈተናው ጊዜ  በየኮሌጆቹ  በውስጥ ማሰታወቂያ የሚገለጽ መሆኑን እናሳውቃለን ፡፡

ለተጨማሪ መረጃ፡-

           ደብረ ብርሃን ዩኒቨርሲቲ ድህረ ምረቃ ኮሌጅ

           ስልክ ቁጥር  011 681 17 71/011 617 08 38

 

ኮሌጆችን የኢሜል አደራሻ ከዩኒቨርሰቲያችን መረጃ መረብ www.dbu.edu.et ማገኘት ትችላላችሁ፡፡

 

 

Download LETTER OF SPONSORSHIP file:-

 LETTER OF SPONSORSHIP OF EMPLOYING ORGANIZATION    

 

 

 

 

 

 

114

Cultural Center

 

 

 

 


 

115

የደብረብርሃን ዩኒቨርሲቲ 3064 ተማሪዎችን አስመረቀ

ደብረብርሃን ዩኒቨርሲቲ ሀምሌ 6 ቀን 2011 ዓ.ም በመደበኛ፣ በማታና በተከታታይ መርሃ-ግብሮች በመጀመሪያ እና በ2ኛ ድግሪ 3064 ተማሪዎችን በዩኒቨርሲቲው መመረቂያ አዳራሽ አስመርቋል፡፡

116

በወቅታዊ ሁኔታ ላይ የተሰጠ የዩኒቨርሲቲው ሴኔት መግለጫ

በዩኒቨርሲቲያችን ላለፉት ጥቂት ቀናት በተከሰተው ሁከትና ብጥብጥ ትምህርት  ከመቋረጡም ባሻገር በተማሪዎች መኖሪያ ሁለት ህንፃዎች መጨረሻ ወለል ላይ በደረሰው

117

በዩኒቨርሲቲው ተከስቶ የነበረው የጸጥታ መደፍረስ ወደ ነበረበት ለመመለስ የተካሄደው ውይይት በስኬት ተጠናቀቀ

በደብረብርሃን ዩኒቨርሲቲ ተከስቶ የነበረው የጸጥታ መደፍረስ ወደ ነበረበት ለመመለስ የፌደራል ከፍተኛ የመንግሰት አካላት፣ የሀይማኖት አባቶች፣ የሀገር ሽማግሌዎች፣

118

ደብረ ብርሃን ዩኒቨርስቲ ከተማሪዎች ጋር የውይይት መድረክ አካሄደ

በደብረ ብርሃን ዩኒቨርስቲ በ02/10/2011 ዓ.ም ከተማሪዎች ጋር የውይይት መድረክ ተካሂዷል በውይይት መድረኩም የተለያዩ ሀሳቦች ተነስተዋል። በጥቅሉ በመድረኩ የተነሱት ሃሣቦች:-

119

Event News

በደብረ ብርሃን ዩኒቨርስቲ በ02/10/2011 ዓ.ም ከተማሪዎች ጋር የውይይት መድረክ ተካሂዷል በውይይት መድረኩም የተለያዩ ሀሳቦች ተነስተዋል። በጥቅሉ በመድረኩ የተነሱት ሃሣቦች:-

1. ዶርም በመቃጠሉ ቁጣቸውን ገልፀዋል ያቃጠሉ አካላትንም አውግዘዋል።
2. በአማራና ኦሮሞ መካከል ጠብ የለም ከዚህም በኋላ ግጭት ለመፍጠር የሚሰሩትንም እናጋልጣለን።
3. የተለያዩ ጥያቄዋችን እና የመፍትሄ ሀሳቦችንም ሰንዝረዋል። ለተነሱት ጥያቄዋችም የህግ የበላይነትን ባከበረ እና ባለው አሰራር መሰረት መታየት እንዳለበት ተግልጿል።
4. በጥቅሉ ውይይቱ ዩኒቨርስቲው ወደ መደበኛ ሁኔታው ለመመለስ መደላድል የፈጠረ ሆኖ ተገኝቷል።

ዩኒቨርሲቲው


 

በደብረብርሃን ዩኒቨርሲቲ በተለያዩ ጊዚያት አንዳንድ አለመረጋገቶችን ለመፍጠር በተለያዩ አካላት ሲሞከር ቆይቷል፡፡ በዚህ መሰረት በተነሱ የተማሪዎች አለመግባባት የመማር ማስተማሩ ሂደት ከ27/9/2011 ዓ.ም ጀምሮ ተስተጓጉሏል፡፡ ይህን ችግር ለመፍታትም የዩኒቨርሲቲው ማኔጅመንት የተለያዩ ጥረቶችን ዕያደረገ ይገኛል፡፡ ከሚመለከታቸው አካላት ጋርም ሰፊ ውይይት በማድረግና በማረጋገት የሰው ህይዎት እንዳይጠፋና አስከፊ ጉዳት እንዳይደርስ ከፀጥታ አካላት ጋር በመቀናጀት እየሠራ ይገኛል፡፡ በተለያየ ጊዜ በዩኒቨርሲቲው ጥፋት ለማድረስና መማር ማስተማሩን ለማወክ ሲንቀሳቀሱ በነበሩ 58 ተማሪዎች ላይም የዩኒቨርሲቲው ሴኔት ርምጃ ወስዷል፡፡ አለመረጋጋቱን ለመፍጠር የሚንቀሳቀሱትም ውስን ተማሪዎች ሲሆኑ ከዩኒቨርሲቲው የተባረሩና ዝቅታኛ ውጤት ያላቸው ተማሪዎች በማስተባበርና በመምራት በስፋት ይገኙበታል፡፡
ተማሪዎችን ለማረጋገት፣ ደህንነታቸውን ለመጠበቅና መማር ማስተማሩን ወደነበረበት ለመመለስም ዩኒቨርሲቲው በየደረጃው ካሉ የዞን፣ የክልልና የፌደራል መስሪያ-ቤቶችና ሀላፊዎች እንዲሁም ከክልሉና ከፌደራል የፀጥታ አካላት ጋር በመቀናጀት ለማስተካከል እየሰራና እያወያየ ባለበት ወቅትም በቀን 1/09/2011 ከምሽቱ 2፡30 አካባቢ በ 2(ሁለት) የተማሪዎች መኖሪያ ህንፃዎች ላይ የእሳት ቃጠሎ ተነስቷል፡፡ቃጠሎውም የህንፃዎቹን ኮርኒስ በማያያዝ የተጀመረ ሲሆን ከከተማ አስተዳደሩና ከሀበሻ ቢራ ጋር በመሆን የጊቢውና የአካባቢው ማህበረሰብ ባደረገው ከፍተኛ ርብርብ ሙሉ በሙሉ መቆጣጠር ተችሏል፡፡ በአደጋው በሰው ሂዎት ላይ የደረሰ ምንም አይነት ጉዳት የሌለ ሲሆን አደጋውን በማድረስ የተሳተፉ አካላትን በቁጥጥር ስር ለማዋል ፖሊስ እየሰራ ይገኛል፡፡ 
በመሆኑም የተማሪ ወላጆች ከዩኒቨርሲቲው ማህበረሰብና የፀጥታ አካላት ጎን በመቆም ልጆቻችሁን በመምከርና ከጥፋት እንዲታቀቡ በማድረግ እንድታረጋጉና እንዲሁም በተለያዩ ማህበራዊ ሚዲያዎች ዕየተራገቡ ያሉ አሉባልታዎች በንፁሀን ተማሪዎች ህይዎት ቁማር መጫወት ሲሆን ተራ የግለሰብና የቡድን አጀንዳን የምታራምዱና ድርጊቱን ለማባባስ የምትሞክሩም ከድርጊታቸሁ እንድትቆጠቡ እናሳስባለን፡፡

ዩኒቨርሲቲው

120

ደብረብረሃን ዩኒቨርሲቲ 6ኛውን የባህል ጉባዔ አካሄደ

ደብረብረሃን ዩኒቨርሲቲ 6ኛውን የባህል ጉባዔ ባህልና ኪነጥበብ ለማህበረሰብ ሰላም፣ፍቅርና አንድነት በሚል መሪ ቃል ከግንቦት 19-20/2011 ዓ.ም አካሄደ፡፡

121

DBU hosts the 6th Annual International Research Symposium

Debre Berhan University hosted the 6th annual International research symposium entitled Participatory and Innovative Research for Technology Transfer and Sustainable Development”

122

Debere Berhan University offers training

Debre Berhan University Research and Community Service Vice President Office offered training to Zone and Woreda leaders on leadership and crisis management as of May 9-14, 2019 G.C at PR hall.

123

Ambassador Drahomir STos visits Debre Berhan University

Ambassador Drahomir STos, Ambassador of the Slovak Republic of Ethiopia Permanent, Representative to the African Union visited Debre Berhan University on April 18, 2019 G.C.

124

Debre Berhan University Graduates Medical Doctors

Debre Berhan University graduated 40 male and 2 females in total 42 medical doctors on April 6, 2019 G.C at graduation hall.

125

Debre Berhan University Conducts Seminar

Debre Berhan University College of Agriculture and Natural Resources conducted seminars on “Women in Agriculture, Efforts of DBU in Integrated Seed Sector

126

University of Maryland –USA delegates arrives at DBU

University of Maryland –USA delegates, led by Professor Ray Weil, arrived at Debre Bberhan University for a week long official visit and duty on March 18, 2019 G.C.

127

DBU Student Council Hosts its 6 Month General Assembly

Debreberhan University student union council hosted its 6th round 15th regular general assembly under the theme “Supporting Strong Organizations help

128

የሴቶችን ተሳትፎና ተጠቃሚነት ማረጋገጥ ቸርነት ሳይሆን ህልውና ነው ተባለ

የደብረብርሃን ዩኒቨርሲቲ የሴቶች ህጻናትና ወጣቶች ዳይሬክቶሬት  አለም አቀፉን የሴቶች ቀን “የላቀ ትኩረትና ቁርጠኝነት ለሴቶች ሁለንተናዊ ተሳትፎና ተጠቃሚነት”

129
130

Berhan International Journal of Science and Humanities

 

Berhan International Research Journal of Science and Humanities    

List of Volumes In BIRJSH

  •         BIRJSH AUTHOR's GUIDE 
  •         BIRJSH Voluem 1, Issue 1,2017 
  •         E-BIRJSH volume 2- Issue 1- 2018 
  •         Copy right Agreement 
131

Debre Berhan University Research

 

        Research    

 

 list of completed researches: 

COMPLETED RESEARCHES

No

                                                          Research Title

College

Year

1

EVALUATION OF SMALL RUMINANT PRODUCTION AND MARKETING SYSTEMS ALONG WITH THE VALUE CHAIN IN MID AND LOWLAND AREAS OF NORTH-SHOA ZONE, AMHARA REGIONAL STATE, ETHIOPIA

Agri

2010

2

PARTICIPATORY ADAPTATION OF TOMATO (Lycopersicon esculentum

Mill.) VARIETIES UNDER IRRIGATION AT NORTH SHEWA, AMHARA

REGIONAL STATE, ETHIOPIA

Agri

2010

3

PROCUREMENT AND BUDGET UTILIZATION CHALLENGES: THE CASE OF PUBLIC UNIVERSITIES IN THE AMHARA REGIONAL STATES, ETHIOPIA

Business & Economics

2010

4

Determinants of Rural Household Savings,The Case of North Shewa Zone, Amhara Regional State,Ethiopia

Business & Economics

2010

5

ASSESSMENT OF THE ROLE OF MICROFINANCE ON POVERTYREDUCTION IN NORTH SHEWA ZONE:(THE CASES OF ACSI IN SELECTED WOREDS OF NORTH SHEWA ZONE)

Business & Economics

2010

6

Assessment of Opportunities and Challenges of Farmer Cooperatives and Unions Regard to Marketing Branded Agricultural Products in North Shoa Zone

Business & Economics

2010

7

“AN INVESTIGATION OF THE IMAGE OF INSURANCE INDUSTRY IN SOCIETY.”

(THE CASE OF DEBRE BIRHAN & ADDIS ABABA CITY)

Business & Economics

2010

8

Contribution of Agricultural Insurance to Resist Natural Disaster and Sustain Food Security in North Shewa Zone, Amhara Regional State

Business

2010

9

Tax Payers’ Perception towards the Existing Tax System in Ethiopia

(A Case of North Shoa Zone)

 

Business & Economics

2010

10

ANALYSIS OF FRUIT AND VEGETABLE SUPPLY CHAIN IN NORTH SHEWA ZONE OF

AMHARA REGIONAL STATE

Business

2010

11

ASSESMENT OF MARKETING CHALLENGES AND   OPPORTUNITIES OF BRANDED AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS: THE CASE OF NORTH SHOA ZONE.

Business & Economics

2010

12

Bacterial isolates of upper respiratory tract infections and their current sensitivity pattern among outpatients of Debre Berhan referral hospital, Ethiopia

Medicine

2010

13

Antistreptolyasin O (ASO) titer “upper limit” of normal range at DebreBerhan referral hospital, Ethiopia.

Medicine

2010

14

ASSESSMENT OF FACTORS AFFECTING  THE IMPLIMENTATION OF WOREDANET IN AMHARA REGION:-CASE OF NORTH SHEWA ZONE

Computing

2010

15

DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT OF AMHARIC PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE AND COMPILER

Computing

2010

16

ተረቶች፣ የበዓላት እና የሥራ ግጥሞች ስነዳና ትንተና በሚዳ ወረሞ፣ መርሐ-ቤቴ፣ ሞረትና ጅሩ እና ሲያደብርና ዋዩ ወረዳዎች

Calcher

2010

17

Reasons for Students’ Underachievement in Mathematics and English Language subjects in three Secondary Schools of Menz: Structural and Functional Approaches

Education

2010

18

 The role of English language proficiency as determinant of PGDT candidate  academic performance across selected public universities of Ethiopia

Education

2010

19

An assessment of PGDT Trainees Perception towards Teacher Training and related challenges in Some Selected Woredas of North Shoa Zone

Education

2010

20

Software Based Electronic Education Kit for Secondary and Preparatory Schools

Engineering

2010

21

production of bio lubricant from caster bean and test its efficiency 

Engineering

2010

22

Fabrication and Performance Analysis of a Retrofitting Type Air Inducing Mechanically Agitated Contactor Aeration

Engineering

2010

23

INVESTIGATING THE CAUSES OF STUDENTS’ LESS ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE IN ENGINEERING COLLEGE

Engineering

2010

24

DESIGN and PROTOTYPE DEVELOPMENT CHAFF CUTTER MACHINE

Engineering

2010

25

Productivity and efficiency optimization of concrete hollow block making machine

Engineering

2010

26

Design and prototyping of

Teff (ጤፍ) row planter and fertilizer applier

Engineering

2010

27

Route Finding System for  Debre Berhan University 

Engineering

 

28

’ASSESSMENT OF HIV SERO PREVALENCE AND ASSOCIATED FACTORS AMONG STUDENTS OF DEBRE BERHAN UNIVERSITY, DEBRE BERHAN, NORTH SHOA, ETHIOPIA.’’

Gender

2010

29

Immunization Coverage and Associated Factors of Children aged 12–23 months in Minjar ShenkoraWoreda, North Shewa, Ethiopia, 2017

Health

2010

30

Survival Analysis of children with severe acute malnutrition admitted in therapeutic feeding centers of selected hospitals in North Shoa, Amhara Region, Ethiopia: Retrospective Cohort Study

Health

2010

31

Extent of Nursing process implementation and its associated factors among North Shewa Zone Governmental Hospital, Amhara, Ethiopia.

 

Health

2010

32

FIRST ANTENATAL BOOKING TIME AND ASSOCIATED FACTORS IN DEBRE BERHAN TOWN

Health

2010

33

MARKET POTENTIAL AND INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITES ON AGRO PROCESSING INDUSTRIES (FRUITS AND VEGETABLE PROSSESING AND PACKAGING)

 IN AMHARA REGION NORTH SHOA ZONE

Industry Likage

2010

34

MARKET POTENTIAL AND INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITES ON AGRO PROCESSING INDUSTRIES

(PASTA AND MACARONI PROSSESING AND PACKAGING)

 IN AMHARA REGION NORTH SHOA ZONE

Industry Likage

2010

35

A CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF THE ENFORCEMENT FRAMEWORK OF CONSUMER PROTECTION IN AMHARA NATIONAL REGIONAL STATE NORTH SHEWA ZONE: CHALLENGES AND PROSPECTS

Law

2010

36

The Practice Challenges and Prospects of Community Policing in North Shewa Zone Amhara National Regional State

Law

2010

37

Assessing Factors that Hinder the Performance of Short Distance Runners in the Case of Selected Athletics Training Center and Academy, Ethiopia

Nachural Science

2010

38

RISK FACTORS OF ROAD TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS AND ITS SEVERITY IN NORTH SHEWA ZONE, AMHARA REGION, ETHIOPIA

Nachural Science

2010

39

Microbiological safety of squeezed fruit juices sold in cafes and restaurants of Shewarobit town, North showa zone, Amhara, Ethiopia

Nachural Science

2010

40

Determining Factors of Malnutrition among under – Five Children in Semen Shoa Zone, Amhara Region, Ethiopia

Nachural Science

2010

41

Development of Prototype Automatic Water Level Controller Device

Nachural Science

2010

42

PLANT COMPOSITION, STRUCTURE AND REGENERATION STATUS OF CHIGURE REMNANT NATURAL FOREST, NORTH SHEWA, ETHIOPIA

Nachural Science

2010

43

Employee’s Job Satisfaction and Supervisors Performance at Debre Berhan University

Nachural Science

2010

44

Promotion and Characterization of Yam, Taro and Cassava Flours for the Development of Value added Food Products

Shoarobit

2010

45

Effects of Feeding Processed Cassava Root on Feed Intake, Weight Gain, Egg

Production and Egg Quality Parameters of Lohman Tradition Chicken in Debre Berhan University Fish-Poultry Integration Project Farm

Shoarobit

2010

46

Effects of Additional Supplementary Fish Feed on Growth Performance and Survival of Nile Tilapia (Oreochromis niloticus L. 1758) in Poultry manure fertilized fish Pond at Shewa Robit, Ethiopia.

Shoarobit

2010

47

Effect of feeding graded level of Acacia nilotica on the performance and carcass parameters of 25% Dorper cross sheep in North Showa Zone of Ethiopia

Shoarobit

2010

48

Semi-Intelligent Aqua phonics for Shewa Robit Project

Shoarobit

2010

49

EFFECTS OF BROODSTOCK DENSITY AND HAPA NET MATERIAL ON THE PRODUCTION OF NILE TILAPIA (OREOCHROMIS NILOTICUS L. 1758) FRY AT SHOA ROBIT INTEGRATED DEVELOPMENT PROJECT SITE

SOLOMON MELAKU

Shoarobit

2010

50

FLOOD HAZARD AND RISK ASSESSMENT IN ROBE WATERSHED USING GIS AND REMOTE SENSING

 

Social Science

2010

51

Interethnic Relations among students at Selected Universities in Ethiopia

Social Science

2010

52

Academic Writing Problems of University Students: English Major Students in Focus

Social Science

2010

53

ዘመን ተሻጋሪ የግእዝ ድርሳናትና ቅኔያት ፍልስፍናዊ ፋይዳ

Social Science

2010

54

The Psychological Dimensions of Climate Change: Vulnerability, Perceptions, Collective Efficacy and Responses in Berehet, North Shoa, Ethiopia

Social Science

2010

55

Exploring Traditional Kinship Care Modalities as Child Welfare System: The case of North Shewa Zone of Amhara National Regional State- in Selected Districts (‘Minjarena Shenkora”, ‘Basona Werana’, ‘Midana Oromo’, and ‘Merehabete’)

Social Science

2010

56

Assessment of Previous Synchronization Practices and Evaluation of Different

   Estrus Synchronization Protocols in Dairy Cattle at North Shoa Zone, Amahara Region, Ethiopia

 

Agri

2009

57

Assessment of Women’s Participation on Adoption of Improved Agricultural Technologies: the Case of North Shoa Zone, Ethiopia

Agri

2009

58

Assessing Willingness to Pay for Forest Ecosystem Conservation, The Case of North Shewa Zone

Agri

2009

59

Evaluation of in-vitro antimicrobial activity of some selected medicinal plants against human pathogens

Ankober

2009

60

Evaluation of acute, sub-acute, and skin irritation toxicity on essential oils of Rosmarinus officinalis, Thymus schimperi and Equalyptus globulus  at Ankober, North shewa

Ankober

2009

61

ENTREPRENEURIAL ORIENTATION AND VENTURE GROWTH IN ETHIOPIA: SMALL FIRMS GROWTH STRATEGY TOWARDS LARGE BUSINESS

Business & Economics

2009

62

THE PATTERN, INTENT, AND CAUSES OF EMPLOYEES TURNOVER IN DEBRE BERHAN UNIVERSITY

Business & Economics

2009

63

ASSESSMENT OF ECONOMIC LINKAGE BETWEEN URBAN DEVELOPMENT AND LIVELIHOOD OF PERI-URBAN FARMING COMMUNITIES IN AMHARA REGIONAL STATE

 (POLICIES AND PRACTICES)

Business & Economics

2009

64

Assessing Impact of Business Development services on performance of Micro and Small Enterprises in three Woredas of the North Shewa Zone of the Amhara Region

Business & Economics

2009

65

FACTORS AFFECTING THE PERFORMANCE OF MICRO

AND SMALL ENTERPRISES IN NORTH SHEWA ZONE,

ETHIOPIA.

Business & Economics

2009

66

DEVELOPING KNOWLEDGE-BASED SYSTEM USING DATA MINING TECHNIQUES FOR ADVISING SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS IN FIELD OF STREAM SELECTION

Computing

2009

67

ማህበረሰባዊ የስርዓተ-ፆታ ተረድቶትና በስርዓተ-ፆታ እኩልነት ላይ ያለው  አንድምታ፡- በሰሜን ሸዋ ዞን  አንኮበር፣ መንዝ ማማ ምድርና ቀወት ወረዳዎች ማሳያነት

Calcher

2009

68

በሰሜን ሸዋ ዞን የሚከወኑ የሹሎ፣  የገና እና የፎሌ ባህላዊ ጨዋታዎች ከሀገረሰባዊ ትውን ጥበባት አንፃር

Calcher

2009

69

The impact of higher diploma program on public higher education institutions academics’ teaching, learning and research competencies in Ethiopia: Cases of three institutions.

Education

2009

70

Chemical Treatment of Debre Berhan Tannery waste water 

Engineering

2009

71

ASSESSMENT AND EFFECTIVENESS ANALYSIS OF THE WOMEN WORKERS IN CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS IN DEBRE BERHAN AND ADDIS ABABA CITY, ETHIOPIA

Engineering

2009

72

Assessment of Technical and Socio-Economical aspects of Micro Hydro Power Sites in North Shewa Zone, Amhara Region, Ethiopia

Engineering

2009

73

Effect of Natural Aloe Vera Gel Coating Combined with

Citric Acid Treatments on Mango quality during Storage

Engineering

2009

74

ASSESSMENT OF TRAFFIC SAFETY ISSUES IN DEBRE BERHAN CITY

Engineering

2009

75

DESIGN, PROTOTYPING AND PERFORMANCE EVALUATION OF LOW COST WATER PUMP

Engineering

2009

76

DESIGN AND PROTOTYPE DEVELOPMENET OF MILK CREAM SEPARATOR

WITH ITS OWN CHURNER AND CHEESIER

Engineering

2009

77

Expansion of Alcohol, Drug and Night Club Houses’ Contribution to Debre Berhan University Students’ Vulnerability to Risk Factors and Misbehavior

Gender

2009

78

SEXUAL HARASSMENT ON FEMALE STUDENTS: THE CASE OF DEBRE BERHAN UNIVERSITY

Gender

2009

79

Household Solid Waste Management in Debre Berhan Town

Health

2009

80

Magnitude and risk factors of abortion among regular student Debre Berhan University, Ethiopia

Health

2009

81

RETROSPECTIVE ASSESSMENT OF THE STATUS AND DETERMINANTS OF TUBERCULOSIS TREATMENT OUTCOME AMONG PATIENTS TREATED IN GOVERNMENT HOSPITALS IN NORTH SHOA ETHIOPIA

Health

2009

82

Substance Use and Risky Sexual Behavior among Debre Berhan University Students

Health

 

2009

83

PREVALENCE AND FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH PREMENSTRUAL DYSPHORIC DISORDER AND TREATMENT SEEKING BEHAVIOR AMONG FEMALE STUDENTS IN DEBRE BERHAN UNIVERSITY, NORTH SHOWA ZONE, ETHIOPIA, 2014

Health

 

2009

84

GENRATION OF ENERGY FROM MIXED POLYMER (PLASTIC) WASTES USING DECOMPOSER CHAMBER

Health

2009

85

Factors Associated With Utilization of Long Acting Family Planning Methods Among Married Women Using Family Planning Methods in Bsonawerna District North Shoa Zone, Amhara Region, Ethiopia.

Health

 

2009

86

Critical Analysis on the Normative Frameworks Governing the Physical Accessibility of Public Buildings to PwDs and their Practical Implementation: The Case of Bahir Dar, Debre Birhan and Dessie

Law

2009

87

Assessment of Challenges Related to the Right and Administration of Prisoners’ Property: The Case of North Shewa Zone Prison Centers

Law

2009

88

Skewing Calve Sex Ratio towards a Higher Proportion of Females to Optimize the Use of Hormonal Estrus Synchronization and AI in Dairy Cattle Reproduction

Law

2009

89

ASSESSMENT ON THE DUTY TO ASSIGN ASSISTANT FOR THE BLIND TEACHERS OF THE AMHARA NATIONAL REGIONAL STATE GOVERNMENT EDUCATION BUREAU

Law

2009

90

Changes in Hematological profile of HIV Infected pregnant women After

Receiving Highly Active Antiretroviral Therapy (HAART) at Debre Berhan

referral Hospital and Debre Berhan health center (kebele-04), Debre Berhan,

Ethiopia

Medicine

2009

91

ENTEROPATHOGENS IN UNDER-FIVE CHILDREN WITH ACUTE DIARRHEA IN DEBRE BERHAN, ETHIOPIA

Medicine

2009

92

CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES IN INCLUSION OF STUDENTS WITH PHYSICAL DISABILITIES IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION PRACTICAL CLASSES IN SECONDARY SCHOOLS OF NORTH SHEWA ZONE.

Natural Science

2009

93

ASSESSING FACTORS THAT AFFECT DISTANCE RUNNER PERFORMANCE IN THE CASE OF DEBRE BERHAN, ADDIS ABEBA AND ARSI ZONE ASEL ABEKOJI, ETHIOPIA

Natural Science

2009

94

Trend Analysis on Maternal Health Care Services utilization in Amhara Region Referral Hospitals, Ethiopia

Natural Science

2009

95

GENRATION OF ENERGY FROM MIXED POLYMER (PLASTIC) WASTES USING DECOMPOSER CHAMBER

Natural Science

2009

96

Assessing the existence and their influences of work related musculoskeletal disorders on office workers in some selected woredas of North Showa Zone

 

Natural Science

2009

97

ASSESSING THE PERFORMANCE AND THE POSSIBLE CHALLENGES OF NORTH SHEWA DEBRE BERHAN TOWN FOOTBALL TEAM PLAYERS AS A FUNCTION OF QUALITY TRAINING

Natural Science

2009

98

BLEACHING OF NIGER OIL, REMOVAL OF METHYL RED AND

CHROMIUM (VI) USING ZEMARO, SELADENGAY AND MEHAL MEDA

CHING CLAYS.

Natural Science

2009

99

BLEACHING OF NIGER OIL, REMOVAL OF METHYL RED AND

CHROMIUM (VI) USING ZEMARO, SELADENGAY AND MEHAL MEDA

CHING CLAYS.

Natural Science

2009

100

Bacteriological Quality of Some Selected Street Vended Foods and Antibiotics Resistance Patterns of the Isolated Bacteria in Debre Birhan and Debresina Towns, North Shewa Zone, Amhara Regional State, Ethiopia

Natural Science

2009

101

THE PERFORMANCE AND IMPACT OF SHEWA ROBIT INTEGRATED DEVELOPMENT PROJECT

Shoarobit

2009

102

በደብረ ብርሃን ከተማና አካባቢዋ በሚካሄድ የልመና ተግባር ላይ የተደረገ ጥናት

Social Science

2009

103

GIS and Remote Sensing Based Land Suitability Analysis for Major Agricultural crops in Kewet Woreda, North Shoa, Ethiopia

 

Social Science

2009

104

Exploring the Role of Social Entrepreneurship in Poverty Reduction: A Case of North Shewa Zone, Amhara Regional State

Social Science

2009

105

Historical and Archeological Exploration of Kara Məšəg (Məčəg) Heritage

for Tourist Attraction Development

Social Science

2009

106

Demographic Response to Socioeconomic and Environmental change

Social Science

2009

107

Challenges of Accessing Quality Education for Students with Disabilities through Inclusive Education Approach in Primary Schools: The Case of Six Primary Inclusive Setting Schools in North Shewa Zone,

Social Science

2009

108

Assessing the implementation of amathematical modeling focus on 9th and 10th students in North Shoa Zone

Natural Science

2008

109

Bacteriological quality of street vended foods in Debre Berhan and Debresina town, North Showa zone, Amharic, Ethiopia’’

Natural Science

2008

110

Modeling the contribution of eco-lodges to socio-economic development and biodiversity conservation in north shoa administrative zone of amhara regional state, Ethiopia‘

Natural Science

2008

111

Evaluating the antipyretic activities of aqueous and ethanol extracts of leaves of artemisia annua in mice, (ankober, debreberhan)

Natural Science

2008

112

Physico-chemical analysis and microbial identification of compost produces from the solid organic waste generated from the household and restaurant of shiwarobittwon

Natural Science

2008

113

Assessing The Existence And Their Influences Of Work Related Musculoskeletal Disorders On Office Workers In Some Selected Woredas Of North Showa Zone

Natural Science

2008

114

Challenges And Opportunities In Inclusion Of Students With Physical Disabilities In Physical Education Practical Classes In

Natural Science

2008

115

Assessing The Performance And The Possible Challenges Of North Shewa Debre Berhan Town Football Team Players As A Function Of Quality Training

Natural Science

2008

116

The Problems And Possibilities Of Multilingual Classrooms In Ethiopia The Case of North And East Shoa Zone

Education

2008

117

Assessment and Development of ICT Based Knowledge Management System for Ethiopian Farmers

Computing

2008

118

Ehelath readiness assessment: the case of North Showa zone of Amhara region

Computing

2008

119

Practices and challenges of women’s engagemet in the ineormal sector with special reference to north showa (amhara) zonal administration

Business & Economics

2008

120

An Investigation in to the Determinat of Effective Factors on Tax Evasion (Empirocal Study of North Shoa Zone Tax Evasion Affairs Organaization)a

Business & Economics

2008

121

Challenges facing prospective TVET graduates inpractical skills ackuisitionin some selected Tvet colleges: the Case of North Shewa Zone Amhara Region

Business & Economics

2008

122

Assessment of Farmers Market access and competitiveness for agricultural product in case3 of North Shoa zone

Business & Economics

2008

123

Measuring The Economic Value And Assessing The Revenue Generating Potential Of Providing Improved Water Services, Case Study In Deneba Town, North Showa Zone, Using Cvm.

Business & Economics

2008

124

Assessment of Internal Revenue generation opportunities and strategies of 2nd generation strategies in Amhara regional state

Business & Economics

2008

125

Factors affecting the performance of micro and small enterprises in NorthShewaZone, Ethiopia.

Business & Economics

2008

126

Assessment of taxpayers’ expectation and perception of service quality in some selected woredas’ of north shewa zone

Business & Economics

2008

127

Opportunities and challenges of investment in Ethiopia (A case study in North shoa Zone of Amhra Regional state)

Business & Economics

2008

128

Money Supply and Exhange rate pass-Through in

Business & Economics

2008

129

The Pattern, Intent, And Causes Of Employees Turnover In Debre Berhan University

Business & Economics

2008

130

Menz Butter: Production system, Physiochemical property and

Agriculture

2008

131

Microbial Quality along the market value chain

Agriculture

2008

132

Physiochemical Analysis and microbial Quality of Cow Milk in Angolelanatera Woreda

Agriculture

2008

133

On –Farm Phenotyipic Characterization Of Cattle Genetic Resources And Their Breeding Practices In North Shoa Zone, Amhara Region, Ethiopia

Agriculture

2008

134

Identifying and prioritizing  Soil erosion susceptible area using gis and remote sening technology in north shoa zone: the case of antsokiawereda

Agriculture

2008

135

beekeeping practices and honey production in north-shoa zone, Amhara national regional state, Ethiopia.

Agriculture

2008

136

Chemical insecticides and Intercroping for the management of bean Stem Maggot (ophiomiya species;  Agromyzidaae) On Mung Bean ( vigna Radiata (L) WIlCZEK at Sheearobit,  N/ S

Agriculture

2008

137

influence of nitrogen fertilizerate& irrigation level on yield & quality of onion in shewarobit, Ethiopia

Agriculture

2008

138

The effect of extract of garlic[Allium sativum], salvadorapersica and Cinnamon[Cinnamomumverum] essential oil on the growth of mastitis causing bacterial isolates

Agriculture

2008

139

The contribution of king Zarayaeqob for the development of Ethiopian literature

Social Science

2008

140

Identifying and Developing Tourism Resources in Angollala and Tara Disrict

Social Science

2008

141

Remote Sensing and GIS Based Analysis of Land Use and Land Cover Changes in Kewot Woreda, North Shoa, Ethiopia

Social Science

2008

142

 

Social Science

2008

143

The Destiny Of Women In Yebetezemed-Gubaye In Resolving Marital Conflicts: The Case Of North Showa Zone, Amhara National Regional State

Social Science

2008

144

the challenges and Opportunities for Good governance in selected municipal Administrations of north shoa zone

Social Science

2008

145

Exploring the Role of Social Entrepreneurship in Poverty Reduction: A Case of North Shewa Zone, Amhara Regional State

Social Science

2008

146

Rethinking Perjury Crimes Under FDRE Criminal Cod,The Case Of The North Shoa Criminal Justice System

Social Science

2008

147

The status of prisoner’s rights and Administration of penitentiary justice as an instrumentality for the Reformation of prisoners: A case study in Showarobit prison’’

Social Science

2008

148

Design, Prototyping And Performance Evaluation Of Low Cost Water Pump

Engineering

2008

149

Assessment and effectiveness analysis  of the women workers in construction projects at D/Berhan and A/Ababa city

Engineering

2008

150

Fractinated top with reflux design for local areke producition

Engineering

2008

151

A research proposal  on existing hydro power plant on beresa river

Engineering

2008

152

Assessment of Technical and Socio-Economical aspects of Micro Hydro Power Sites in North Shewa Zone, Amhara Region, Ethiopia

Engineering

2008

153

Glucose syrup production from corn using wet milling techcnology

Engineering

2008

154

Assessment Of Traffic Safety Issues In Debre Berhan City

Engineering

2008

155

Factors Associated With Utilization of Long Acting Family Planning Methods Among Married Women Using Family Planning Methods in Bsonawerna District North Shoa Zone, Amhara Region, Ethiopia

Health Science

2008

156

Retrospective Assessment Of The Status And Determinants Of Tuberculosis Treatment Outcome Among Patients Treated In Government Hospitals In North Shoa Ethiopia

Health Science

2008

157

Prevalence Of Insomnia And Associated Factors Among Debre Berhan University Re Regular Under graduated Students, North Showa, Ethiopia, 2015

Health Science

2008

158

Household Solid Waste Management In Debre Berhan Town

Health Science

2008

159

Prevalence And Factors Associated With Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder And Treatment Seeking Behavior Among Female Students In Debre Berhan University, North Showa Zone, Ethiopia, 2014

Health Science

2008

160

Magnitude and risk factors of abortion among regular student Debre Berhan University, Ethiopia

Health Science

2008

161

Assessment Of Infant And Young Child Feeding Practice Among Mothers Of Children Aged 0-24 Months In North Shoa, Amhara Region, Ethiopia, October, 2014

Health Science

2008

162

Thymus schimperi, Matricaria chamomile, Eucalyptus globules and Rosmarins officinalis

Health Science

2008

163

Determinants of neonatal mortality in north shoa zone, amhara regional state, ethiopia

Health Science

2008

164

Knowledge and perception towards cervical cancer among female D/BU Students

Health Science

2008

165

Reproductive Health Services Utilization and Associated Factors: The casse of North Shewa Zone Youths, Amhara Region, Ethiopia

Health Science

2008

166

Comparative analysis of intension and actual performance of institutional delivery in North Shoa Administrative Zone, Amhara national Regional State, Ethiopa

        Gender

2008

167

Environmental Impact Assessment in North Shoa Zone, Amhara Regional State

The law and the Practice

Law

2007

168

An Assessment of Trans-boundary Human Trafficking for Domestic Workers in the Arab States; The case of North Shewa and Oromia Zone of Amhara National Regional State

Law

2007

169

A critical assessment on the Political Empowerment of Women: The Case of North Showa, Amhara region.

In collaboration with Debrebrehan university Research Directorate and College of Law.

Law

2007

170

RETHINKING PERJURY CRIMES UNDER FDRE CRIMINAL CODE

THE CASE OF THE NORTHERN SHOA CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM

Law

2007

171

BRAND-LED EVALUATION OF TEFF (Eragrostis teff Zucc. Trotter) THROUGH AGRONOMIC, PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL CHARACTERISTICS AT MINJAR SHENKORA WOREDA, NORTH SHOA, ETHIOPIA

Project

2007

172

 

 

2007

173

PHYSICOCHEMICAL CHARACTERIZATION AND MICROBIAL IDENTIFICATION OF COMPOST PRODUCED FROM MUNICIPAL SOLID WASTE IN SHEWA ROBIT TOWN, ETHIOPIA

Shoarobit

2007

174

Response of Potato Cultivars for Different Rate of Nitrogen in Debre Berhan, Central highland of Ethiopia

Shoarobit

2007

175

CHALLENGES FACING PROSPECTIVE TVET GRADUATES IN PRACTICAL SKILLS ACQUISITION IN NORTH SHEWA ZONE AMHARA REGION.

Business & Economics

2007

176

PRACTICES AND CHALLENGES OF WOMEN’S ENGAGEMENT IN THE INFORMAL SECTOR WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO NORTH SHOWA ZONAL ADMINISTRATION

Business & Economics

2007

177

Money Supply and Exchange Rate Pass-Through (In the Case of Ethiopian Economy)

Business & Economics

2007

178

Opportunities and Challenges of Investment in North Shoa Zone of Amhara Regional State

Business & Economics

2007

179

Practices And Challenges of Women’s Engagement in the Informal Sector with Special Reference to North Shewa-Amhara

Business & Economics

2007

180

INTERNAL REVENUE GENERATION OPPORTUNITIES AND STRATEGIES OF 2ND GENERATION PUBLIC UNIVERSITIES IN AMHARA REGIONAL STATE (DEBRE BIRHAN AND WOLLO UNIVERSITIES IN FOCUS)

Business & Economics

2007

181

An Investigation into the Determinant of Effective Factors on Tax Evasion (Empirical Study of North Shoa Zone Tax Affairs Organization)

Business & Economics

2007

182

THE CONTRIBUTION OF MICROFINANCE INISTITUTION ON WOMEN’S ECONMIC EMPOWERNMENT.

A case study on Amhara Credit and Saving Institution (ACSI), Debre Birhan town and surrounding, Amhara National Regional State, Ethiopia.

 

Business & Economics

2007

183

Role of Training in promoting rural and urban female enterprise: An impact assessment on groups participated in income generating activities at Ankober woreda

Business & Economics

2014

184

FACTORS AFFECTING ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS IN ETHIOPIA

 

2012

185

Determinants of service quality and its relationship to customer satisfaction in the hotel industry North shoa zone of Amhara Region

 

2014

186

A Base Line Survey on Solid Waste Management (SWM) in Debre Berhan Town

 

2013

187

Households Preference and Thier Willingness To Pay for the Improvent of Health Care Services at Debre Berhan Town

 

2013

188

Intonation Modeling for Amharic Text to Speech System

Computing

2005

189

ASSESSMENT OF THE ICT APPLICATION GAP AND AVAILABLE INFRASTRUCTURES IN THE GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATION OF NORTHERN SHEWA ZONE (Followed by project preparation for mitigation)

 

2014

190

E-Health Readiness Assessment of public healthcare institutions: The Case of North Shewa Zone of Amhara Region, Ethiopia

 

2005

191

Qualitative and Quantitative Feasibility of biogas production from kitchen waste.

Natural Science

2007

192

In-vitro antimicrobial activity of essential oil of Thymus schimperi, Matricaria chamomilla, Eucalyptus globulus and Rosmarinus officinalis

Natural Science

2007

193

IDENTIFING FACTORS THAT AFFECT URBAN QUALITY OF LIFE IN SELECTED ZONAL TOWNS OF AMHARA REGIONAL STATE, ETHIOPIA

Natural Science

2007

194

KNOWLEDGE AND PERCEPTION TOWARDS CERVICAL CANCER AMONG FEMALE DEBRE BERHAN UNIVERSITY STUDENTS

Natural Science

2007

195

Factors Reducing Reneral Primary School Students` Natural Science Performance In North Shoa Zone

Natural Science

2007

196

Assessing the Challenges to Implement Natural Science Laboratory Teaching to Enhance Quality Education.The Case of Some Selected District Preparatory Schools of North Shewa Zone, Ethiopia

Natural Science

2007

197

FACTORS AFFECTING THE ATTITUDE AND PERFORMANCE OF PREPARATORY SCHOOL STUDENTS TOWARDS NATURAL SCIENCE: IN CASE OF NORTH SHOA ZONE.

Natural Science

2007

198

Assessment of pesticide use, practice and environmental effects on the small holder farmers in the north shoa zone of Amhare National  Regional  State of Ethiopia

Natural Science

2013

199

Improving the preparation technology of ‘Araki’ “Katikala” in Debre Birhan

Natural Science

2011

200

Assessment of Students Learning style preferences

Natural Science

2012

201

Technology transfer of solar Disinfection of potable water at shoa Robit and Neighboring Rural kebeles

 

2012

202

Developing Electronic Plant Irrigator In Debre Berhan University

Engineering

2007

203

Chemical Insecticides and Intercropping for the management of Bean Stem Maggot (Ophiomiya Species: Agromyzidae) on Mung Bean [Vigna radiata (L.) WILCZEK] at ShewaRobbit, North Shoa.

Agriculture

2007

204

Physiochemical Analysis and Microbial Quality of Cow milk in Angolelanatara   Woreda

Agriculture

2007

205

Identifying and prioritizing Soil Erosion problem by Prioritizing Erosion Susceptible Area Using GIS and remote sensing technology in North Shoa Zone; the case of Antsokia wereda

Agriculture

2007

206

EFFECTS OF NITROGEN RATE AND DEFICIT IRRIGATION ON YIELD, QUALITY AND RESOURCE UTILIZATION EFFICIENCY OF ONION (Allium cepa L) ON VERTISOLS OF SHEWAROBIT, ETHIOPIA

Agriculture

2007

207

Status of Beekeeping Practices and Honey Production in North-shoa Zone, Amhara National Regional State, Ethiopia

Agriculture

2007

208

Floristic Composition, Structure and Regeneration Status of Wof Washa Forest in North Shoa Zone            

Agriculture

2004

209

Characterization and Analysis of Market Chain of onion in Northern Shewa, Case of Shewarobit            

 

2013

210

Investigation on pollutants and its mitigation measure to conserve the potential of “beressia” river                               

 

2011

211

Current Situation of Urban and Pre-Urban Diary Production and Marketing System in Debra Berhan Town, North Shoa Zone, Amhara Region, Ethiopia

 

2013

212

Assessment of successful watershed management elements in Wejed, and Geb community Water sheds and designing a scaling-up project in North Shewa Zone, Amhara Region

 

 

213

Diagnostic Analysis Of Water Harvesting Techniques And Small-Scale Irrigation Systems On Some Selected Woredas In North Shewa Zone

 

2013

214

Assessment of Hide and Skin Production, Preservation and Marketing Techniques in North-Shoa Zone

 

2013

215

Assessment of Women’s Participation on Adoption of Improved Agricultural Technologies: the Case of North Shoa Zone, Ethiopia

 

2013

216

Assessing the existence and their influences of work related musculoskeletal disorders on office workers in some selected woredas of North Showa Zone

 

Health Science

2007

217

ASSESSMENT OF INFANT AND YOUNG CHILD FEEDING PRACTICE AMONG MOTHERS OF CHILDREN AGED 0-24 MONTHS IN NORTH SHOA, AMHARA REGION, ETHIOPIA, OCTOBER, 2014

Health Science

2007

218

Assessing the Contribution of Eco-lodges to Socio-economic Development and Biodiversity Conservation in Menz-Gera and Ankober Districts, North Shewa Administrative Zone of Amhara National Regional State, Ethiopia

Health Science

2007

219

DETERMINANTS OF NEONATAL MORTALITY IN NORTH SHOA ZONE, AMHARA REGIONAL STATE, ETHIOPIA

Health Science

2007

220

Reproductive Health Services Utilization and Associated Factors: The casse of North Shewa Zone Youths, Amhara Region, Ethiopia

Health Science

2007

221

Providing Feedback on Students’ Writing in Large Classes: The Case of Some Selected Preparatory Schools in North Shoa

Education

2014

222

Modification and Manufacturing of Cereal Crop Harvesting Machine

Engineering

2013

223

Potential Assessment of Wind Power In The Land of Debre Berhan University

Engineering

2013

224

A survey of Determinants of Diarrheal Diseases occurrence among under five children in Debre berhan town

Health Science

2012

225

Evaluation of Self Reported Adherence to Antiretroviral therapy of HIV/AIDS Patients, In North Shoa Zone Hospitals and Health Centers, Amhara Regional State

Health Science

2012

226

Hepatitis B Virus infection among HIV infected Patients in North Shoa Zone, Amhara region, Ethiopia

Health Science

2012

227

Prevalence And Associated Factors Of Anaemia Amon g Pregnant Mothers Following Antenatal care In Debre Berhan Town Health Institutions, North Shoa, Ethiopia  

Health Science

2013

228

Reproductive Health Services Utilization and Associated Factors: The casse of North Shewa Zone Youths, Amhara Region, Ethiopia

Health Science

2014

229

Improving attitude and culture of rural community in adapting religious’ and NGOs’ forest management system at North Shewa

Natural Science

2013

230

Assessment of mammalian species diversity and abundance in wof washa natural forest, North shoa Amhara Regional state followed by project proposal

Natural Science

2013

231

Woody plants composition structure and natural regeneration status of the mugere zala natural forest, central Ethiopia

The Effect of Bottle Scratches and Lime Juice on Natural Solar Radiation Disinfection (SODIS) Techniques on Different Bacterial Colonies at shoa  Robit and Surrounding

Natural Science

2014

232

Treating and developing practical attachement mathematical knowledge and today life of second cycle, Grades  5-8  Students in north shoa zone

Natural Science

2006

233

Population status, diet and human impact of the eastern black and white colobus monkey (COLOGUS GUEREZA RUPPELL, 1935) in wof washa natural forest north shoa amhara  regional state

Natural Science

2005

234

microbiological quality of raw milk, homemade ergo andhomemade ayib in north shoa district amhara regional state ethiopia

Natural Science

2014

235

Transferring oyster mushroom Technology

Natural Science

2003

236

key correlates of quality education: from primary to tertiary schools in north showa administrative Zone of Amhara Region

Social

2011

237

key correlates of quality education: from primary to tertiary schools in north showa administrative Zone of Amhara Region

 

Social

2014

238

Ecotourism development practices, opportunities and challenges in some selected tourist sites of North Shoa Zone

Social

2013

239

The practices, Challenges and prospects of Implementing the New CPD framework in North Showa Secondary Schools

Social

2011

240

ሥነ-ቃላዊ በቀል ዕውቀትን ለአማራረኛ ቋንቋ መማሪያነት የመጠቀም ሚና /በተመረጡ የሰሜን

          ሸዋ ዞን ወረዳዎች/

Social

2006

241

በአንኮበር ወረዳ ያሉ የቀደምት ጽሑፎች ለሥነ ልሳን፣ ለዳነ ታሪክ ምህዳር እና ለአካባቢ ቱሪዝም የሚሰጡት ጠቀሜታ

Social Science

2006

242

Farmers Indigenous Land management practices; Challenges and Opportunities. The Case Of Moretna-Jiru Woreda, North Shewa Zone , Amhara National Regional State, Ethiopia

Social Science

2014

243

major causes of conflicts and the practice of psychosocial ways of Conflict prevention among peasants with communal Resources

The case of some selected wredas in north shoa

Social Science

2014

244

Enhancing The Practice of Guidance And Counseling Service And its Influence on Academic Performance of Students in North Shewa amhara reign Preparatory Schools Followed By Project

Social Science

2013

245

Impacts of the Current Food Security Programs on Rural Livelihoods’: case studies from angoela-tera woreda Ethiopia.

Social Science

2010

246

The CHALLENGES OF MAINSTREAMING ENVIROMENT INTO DEVELOPMENT PLANNING IN NORTH SHOA (AMHARIC REGION): THE CASE OF GOVERNMENT SECTORES

Social Science

2012

247

Environmental Planning and Management in North Shoa:An   Integrated Assessment of  Gedemsa Watereshed of the blue Nile Basin, Ethiopia

Social Science

2011

248

Teachers’ Conception of and Perception towards the New Higher Education Curriculum of Ethiopia: A Case of Debre Berhan University

Social Science

2006

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

132

The 123rd Victory of Adwa Celebration Begins

The 123rd Victory of Adwa Celebration Began under the theme “A race to Freedom from Shewa to Adwa” with the presence of government officials, patriots,

133

Shewarobit Integrated Development Project Directorate

IDP aquaculture project

 

 

IDP poultry project  

 

 

 

 

134

የደብረብርሃን ዩኒቨርሲቲ የተቀናጀ የግብርና ምርምር ፕሮጀክት ተመረቀ

የደብረብርሃን ዩኒቨርሲቲ የጥናትና ምርምር ማህበረሰብ አገልግሎት ም/ፕሬዚዳንት ጽ/ቤት ከኢኖቬሽንና ቴክኖሎጅ ሚኒስትር ባገኘው የገንዘብ ድጋፍ በኤፍራታና ግድም ወረዳ ይምሎ ቀበሌ በተቀናጀ

135

Call for Papers

 

136

የሴት መምህራን ተሳትፎ በሁሉም ዘርፍ ሊጎለብት እንደሚገባ ተገለጸ

የደብረ ብርሃን ዩኒቨርሲቲ ሴት መምህራን በአመራርነት፣በጥናትና ምርምር እንዲሁም በማህበረሰብ አገልግሎት እያበረከቱ ያለው አስተዋጽኦ ሊጎለብት እንደሚገባ ጥር 28/2011 ዓ/ም በተካሄደው የሴት መምህራን የምክክር ጉባኤ ወቅት ተገለጸ፡፡

137

Councils Appraises the 6 Months Plan Performance

Debreberhan University appraised its 2011 E.C 6 months physical and financial  plan performance along with the University’s councils on 5th February 2019 G.C at PR Hall.

138

Career service Directorate offers training

Debre Berhan University Academic Vice President Office Career Service Directorate offered training on career counseling in collaboration with Ethiojobs for

139

Department of Nursing Celebrates Capping and Bagging Investiture

Debre Berhan University, College of Health Science, nursing department first and second year student celebrated the capping and bagging investiture, and candle lightening program on January 29, 2019 G.C at PR Hall.

140

Debre Berhan University Delivers training to students

Debre Berhan University Research and Community Service Vice President Office delivered training for elementary school students on “Food Security and Nutrition Security”

141

DBU Delivers Training Secondary School Teachers and Students

Debre Berhan University Research and Community Service Vice President Office offered training to Keyt General Secondary School Teachers on “Theoretical and Practical Aspects

142

A speech on ‘Ethiopianism vs Ethnicism ’ Deliveres

Professor Fikre Tolossa, Playwright, Poet and historical researcher, delivered a public lecture on “ Ethiopianism  vs Ethnicism” at Debreberhan  University on January 17,2019 G.C at Main Hall.

143

አትሌቲክስ ክለቦች ሻምፒዮና ውድድር ተጠናቀቀ

የደብረብርሃን ዩኒቨርሲቲ አትሌቲክስ ክለብ በአማራ ክልል የ7ኛው አትሌቲክስ ክለቦች ሻምፒዮና ላይ ወንዶችና ሴቶች እትሌቶችን በማሳተፍ ከጥር 03-07/2011 ዓ.ም በባህርዳር አለምአቀፍ ስታዲየም

144

Science and Higher Education Ministry Appoints New Board Members

Science and Higher Education Ministry appointed new board members to DebereBerhan University as of December 27, 2018 G.C.

145

DBU Offers Training to Secondary School Teachers

Debre Berhan University Research and Community Service Vice President Office offered training to Keyt,Goshebado and Baso Secondary and Preparatory School Teachers

146

Professor Sosina M.Haile Presentes Public Lecture

Professor Sosina M.Haile, Department of Material Science and Engineering, Applied Physics Program and Department of Chemistry Northwest University,

147

DBU Conducts Seminar

DebreBerhan University conducted seminars on “Advanced Materials for Divers Applications and Women in Science Challenges and Opportunities” which is organized by College of Natural and Computation

148

ለዩኒቨርሲቲው የመፅሐፍት ስጦታ ተበረከተ

የዩኒቨርሲቲው የጥናትና ምርምር ማህበረሰብ አገልግሎት ም/ፕሬዝዳንት ዶ/ር አልማዝ አፈራ በስራ ክፍላቸው በኩል ለዩኒቨርሲቲው የተበረከቱትን 15 መፅሐፍትን

149

ACADEMIC CALENDAR

 

150

በተማሪዎች መካከል የተፈጠረው አለመግባባት በእርቅ ሰላም ተቋጨ

በደብረብርሃን ዩኒቨርሲቲ በመብራት መጥፋት ምክንያት እንዲሁም  የአማራ ብሔር ተማሪዎች በሀገራችን በአንዳንድ ዩኒቨርሲቲዎች የሚማሩ የአማራ ተማሪዎች ማንነትን መሰረት ያደረገ ጥቃት 

151

Research and Community Service Vice President message

DebreBerhan University Research and community service vice president office Vision

Our university Vision is to be attractive in

  • Research,
  • Community Service and
  • University Industry Linkage and Technology Transfer.

These three missions are possibly delivered with active participation of our staffs, students, funding agencies, research partners, industries and other partners in public authorities. These fascinations strengthen Debere Berhan University as a preferred destination or researching place for outstanding staff researchers, student researchers, and visitor researchers who come from all over the world.

This in turn advances the status and performance of the university as a major international research university, and strengthens its role as a centre of world class research. It promotes international engagement as a profoundly formative agenda throughout the university and positions Debre Berhan University as one of competitive universities in the world.

Moreover, the University conducts high international standard researches that contribute sustainable development of food security, environmental protection, quality education, ecotourism and the like to our country.

Furthermore, the University creates good research links nationally and internationally with universities and organizations to enhance mutual respect between different nations and professionals.

To conclude, the university works hard to reach to a well appreciated researching, community outreaching and technology and knowledge transferring environment to develop strong research profile to contribute for the development of Ethiopia.

We believe achieving visions requires a long term journey and strong effort with patience.

             

    

 

 

 

 

152

የፀረ-ጾታዊ ጥቃት ዘመቻ ቀን ተከበረ

የደብረብርሃን ዩኒቨርሲቲና የኢትዮጵያ ሰብዓዊ ኮምሽን  “ጀግኒት ወንድ ልጇን ስለ ሰብአዊ መብቶች በማስተማር ጾታዊ ጥቃትን ትከላከላለች” በሚል መሪ ቃል የጸረ-ጾታዊ ጥቃት ዘመቻ ቀንን አክብረዋል፡፡

153

የህግ ኮሌጅ በሸማቾች ጥበቃ አዋጅ ስልጠና ሰጠ

በደብረብርሃን ዪኒቨርሲቲ ህግ ኮሌጅና በሰ/ሸዋ ዞን ንግድ ኢንዱስትሪና ገበያ ልማት መምሪያ በጋራ ትብብር ከህዳር 27-28/2011 ዓ.ም ድረስ የሚቆይ... 

154

The Ankober Herbal Medicine and Biodiversity Conservation Conducts Symposium

The Ankober Herbal Medicine and Biodiversity Conservation Directorate of DebreBerhan University Conducted Symposium with a theme of “Herbal Traditional Practice 

155

በሰላማዊ መማር ማስተማር ዙሪያ ምክክር አደረገ

የደብረብርሃን ዩኒቨርሲቲ ትኩረት ለሰላማዊ መማር ማስተማር ስኬት በሚል መሪ ቃል ከደብረብርሃን ከተማ ልዩ ልዩ የማህበረስብ ክፍሎች ጋር ውይይት እያከሄደ ነው፡፡ 

156

History & Heritage Management Department Conducts Seminar

DebreBerhan University College of Social Science and Humanities History and Heritage Management Department conducted seminar on Megalithic Culture in the 

157

The way forward is “True”. Mr.Obang

Mr. Obang  Metho, Executive Director, Solidarity Movement for a New Ethiopia (SMNE) made public  Lecture at DebreBerhan University on 28,November,2018 G.C.

158

Consultative Workshop Holds

DebreBerhan University in collaboration with Amhara National Regional State Industrial Park Development DebreBerhan Branch held consultative workshop 

159

ለደብረ ብርሃን ዩኒቨርሲቲ ነባር እና አዲስ ተማሪዎች በሙሉ

የ2011 ትምህርት ዘመን የደብረ ብርሃን ዩኒቨርሲቲ ነባር ተማሪዎች በሙሉ መግቢያ ጥቅምት 12 እና 13 ቀን 2011 ዓ.ም መሆኑን እናሳዉቃለን፡፡ እንዲሁም ለደብረ ብርሃን ዩኒቨርሲቲ አዲስ የተመደባችሁ ተማሪዎች የምዝገባ ቀን ጥቅምት 14 እና 15 ቀን 2011 ዓ.ም መሆኑን እየገለፅን ከዕለቱ ቀድሞ የመጣ ተማሪ የማናስተናግድ መሆኑን እናሳዉቃለን፡፡

ደብረ ብርሃን ዩኒቨርሲቲ

160

ለ2ኛ ጊዜ ተስተካክሎ የወጣ ክፍት የስራ ቦታ ማስታወቂያ

ደብረብርሃን ዩኒቨርስቲ ከዚህ በታች በተመለከቱት የትምህርት መስኮች መምህራንን አወዳድሮ በቋሚ ኮንትራት ለመቅጠር ይፈልጋል፡፡ ስለዚህ መስፈርቱን የምታሟሉ ተወዳዳሪዎች እንድትወዳደሩ ተጋብዛችኋል፡፡

 

161

ለደብረብርሃን ዩንቨርሲቲ ነባር የመደበኛ ተማሪዎች በሙሉ

የደብረብርሃን ዩንቨርሲቲ የ2011ዓ.ም የነባር ተማሪዎች ምዝገባ ከጥቅምት 1-2/2011 ዓ.ም መሆኑን እንገልጻለን፡፡

                                                                                                    የደብረብርሃን ዩንቨርሲቲ

162

የደብረብረሃን ዩንቭርሲቲ በአዲሱ የትምህርትና ስልጠና ፍኖተ ካርታ ዙሪያ ስልጠና መስጠት ጀመረ

የደብረብርሃን ዩንቨርሲቲ አዲስ በተቀረጸው የትምህርትና ስልጠና ፍኖተ ካርታ ዙሪያ ለመምህራን፣ለአስተዳደርና ቴክኒክ ሰራተኞች ስልጠና መስጠት ጀምሯል፡፡

163

Department Staff Profile

No

Area of Specialization

Name

Email adress

Degree

Academic status

Total

1.

Horticulture

 

Dr. Bizuayehu ,

 

 

PhD  holder

Assistance  prof.

1

Getachew Amare

Kidist G/Yesus

Birehannesh Tamrat

Mesay Adugna

 

MSc holder

Lecturer

4

Meskerem Milkesa

 

PhD student

Lecturer

1

 Betelhem  Assefa

 

B.Sc

Graduate assit I

1

Kelem  Muluneh

 

B.Sc

Graduate assit I

1

2

Water resources and  irrigation managment

Desalegn Tegegn

 

 MSc holder

Lecturer

1

3

Postharvest Technology

 Alemayehu  Abeara

 

MSc holder

Lecturer

1

Grand total        

 

10

164

Department of Horticulture

BACKGROUND

Agriculture in general and crop production in particular is the backbone of our economy. Therefore, educated professional in the field of Horticulture is crucial to develop our country in  the few decades of the third millennium. The Department of Horticulture was established in 2008 E.C and strived to create qualified and excellent horticulturalists

This programme is developed in response to the strong need and interest for horticulturalists and horticulture sector development in the country in general and in north shewa zone in particular. So , we believed that qualified and influential horticulturalists can develop the horticulture sector, thereby can break the might yolk of poverty burdened in our country.

 Objectives

The Department of Horticulture has the following objective

  • To produceefficient graduates by offering research assisted education in Horticulture that can promote agricultural productivity towards food self-sufficiency
  • To undertake a problem solving research based on national need and benefiting the community with the outcome & advance knowledge in Horticulture
  • To render service to the society in general and particularly in areas related to Horticulture

MISSION

  • The mission of the department of Horticulture is to produce qualified and self employed professionals in the field of Horticulture through quality education both in theory and practical.

VISION

  • The vision of the department of Horticulture is to be center of excellence in producing human resource and knowledge in Horticulture.

 

165

Department of Natural Resources Management human resource Profile

 

 

 

Name

Specialization/ area of interest

Academic level

Academic rank

Contact address

 

Phone No.

Email address

  1.  

Temima Ibrahim

Agroforestry

MSc

Lecturer

0918765236

temibra@gmail.com

  1.  

Tadla Terfe

Water Resource Engineering and Management

MSc

Lecturer

0924448342

talala310@gmail.com

  1.  

Mesfin Tadesse

Hydrology

MSc

Lecturer

0911585847

mesfintadesse120@gmail.com

  1.  

Alebachew Shumye

Irrigation and Drainage Engineering

MSc

Lecturer

0918330345

alexshum21@gmail.com

  1.  

Ayelu Getachew

Natural Resources Management

BSc

Graduate assistance II

0935345549

ayelug19@gmail.com

  1.  

Habetam Getie

Irrigation and Water Resources Management

BSc

Graduate assistance II

0936347518

habtam121212@gmail.com

  1.  

Mekonnen Aklilu

Natural Resource Economics and Policy

BSc

Graduate assistance II

0941623710

mekonnenaklilu123@gmail.com

  1.  

Dr.Tesfa Worku

Watershed and hydrology land use modeling

PhD

Assistant professor

0912284522

hopee2011@gmail.com

  1.  

Bethel Geremew

Climate Change and Dev’t

MSc

Lecturer

0919396017

mybethel.y@gmail.com

  1.  

Sisay Assefa

Watershed management

MSc

Lecturer

0917052134

Sisasefa174@gmail.com

  1.  

Ademe Tezazu

Natural Resources Management

BSc

Lab assistant

0938443284

ademetizazu@gmail.com

  1.  

Dr. Solomon Ayele

Ecology of Drylands (special emphasis to Wildlife Ecology and Management)

PhD

Associate professor

0989639052

Solomon.ayele1972@gmail.com

  1.  

Estifanos Lemma

PhD Candidate in GIS and Remote Sensing

MSc

Lecturer

0912143023

estfnlm@gmail.com

  1.  

Fikere Tesfaye

PhD Candidate  in Soil Science

MSc

Lecturer

0943000631

fikreytesfay@gmail.com

  1.  

Ensermu Kibebew

PhD Candidate  in Ecological and Systematic Zoology

MSc

Lecturer

0912015369

0911620012

enseman@gmail.com

  1.  

Hamere Yohannes

PhD Candidate  in Environmental Science

MSc

Lecturer

0913043223

hamerey@ gmail.com

  1.  

Tadesse Getachew

PhD Candidate  in Agricultural Economics

MSc

Lecturer

0910439272

tgetachew800@ gmail.com

  1.  

Tesfaye Meberate

PhD Candidate in Soil and Water Conservation Engineering

MSc

Lecturer

0911312067

tesfachen2012@gmail.com

  1.  

Yitea Seneshaw

PhD Candidate in Earth System Science and hydrology

MSc

Lecturer

-

yiseneshaw@gmail.com

  1.  

Wonedmagegn Mengist

PhD    Candidate                                                                                

 

MSc

Lecturer

0911801286

 Woneie21emu@yahoogmail.com

  1.  

Asaye Asfaw

PhD  Candidate Environmental Science

MSc

Lecturer

0912040699

leulasaye@yahoo.com

  1.  

MeskeremTerefe

Natural Resource Economics and Policy

MSc

Lecturer

0921137493

meskiterfe21@gmail.com

  1.  

Belayenesh Sisay

Agroforestry and soil management

MSc

Lecturer

0925925466

belayneshsisay0@gmail.com

  1.  

YirguBerhanie

MSc candidate in Watershed management

BSc

Graduate assistance II

0923107157

yirgubirhane10@ gmail.com

  1.  

Melekamu Degu

MSc candidate in Soil Science

MSc

Lecturer

0923502574

malkishdege075@ gmail.com

  1.  

Awoke Worku

 Environmental Science

MSc

Lecturer

0915570214

contactaweke@gmail.com

  1.  

Gebeyhu Abebe

PhD candidate in GIS and Remote Sensing

MSc

Lecturer

0921282760

gebeyehuabebe2010@gmail.com

  1.  

Mekdise Shefaraw

Natural Resources Management

BSc

Graduate assistance I

0936681438

mekdesshiferaw 61@gmail.com

  1.  

Mesker Aragaw

Natural Resources Management

BSc

Graduate assistance  I

0910248518

misikeraragaw@gmail.com

  1.  

Dagemawie teshome

Computer science

Diploma

GIS lab assistant

0921142474

dagmteshome@gmail.com

166

Natural Resources Management department

 Agriculture in general and Natural Resources Management (NaRM) in particular is the backbone of our economy. Therefore, educated professional in the field of NaRM is crucial to develop our country in the few decades of the third millennium. The Department of Natural Resources Management was established in 2005 E.C and strived to create qualified and excellent Natural Resources Manager.

Vision

To become among the department of choice in teaching-learning, research, publications and community services in Ethiopia and contribute to the development of Ethiopia.

Mission

  • Producing highly qualified competent professionals in the field of NaRM by offering standard and research based higher education/training.
  • Providing demand-driven community services and produce problem solving research outputs through innovative and creative education, research and consultancy service for the benefit of the society/country.

Objective of the Department

  • To produce efficient graduates by offering research assisted education in Natural Resources Management that can promote agricultural productivity  towards food self-sufficiency
  • To undertake a problem solving research based on national need and benefiting the community with the outcome & advance knowledge in Natural Resources Management.
  • To render service to the society in general and particularly in areas related to Natural Resources Management.

 

 

 

167

Department Staff Profile

No.

Name

Level of education

Field of  Specialization

Email

1

Asmare Melese

PhD

Soil chemistry

asmaremelese@gmail.com

2

Wondwosen Tena

PhD

Soil Microbiology

wondtena@gmail.com

3

Girma Tadesse

PhD

Soil science & plant nutrition

girmataddesse@gmail.com

4

Haymanot Awgichew

PhD candidate

Soil Science

 

5

Taddesse Moges

MSc.

Soil Science

tadeseseble2@gmail.com

6

Tsegaye Kabtamu

MSc

Soil Science

tsegayehab06@gmail.com

7

Fresew Belete G/tsaddik

PhD candidate

Agronomy

 

8

Mitiku Ashenafi Ejigu

PhD candidate

Agronomy

 

9

Gebre Kiros Meko

PhD candidate

Agronomy

 

10

Abebe Assefa

MSc

Agronomy

abeasgc@gmail.com

11

Temesgen Kebede

MSc

Agronomy

temesgenausc@gmail.com

12

Yonas   Kasahun Mamuye

PhD candidate

Agricultural Economics

 

13

Mahlet Yewendwosen Bikila

PhD candidate

Rural Development and Agricultural Extension

 

14

Kidane  Tafa

PhD

Rural dev’t & Agri.Ext

 

15

Azmeraw Ayehu

PhD

Developmental management

azmeraw2008@gmail.com

16

Biruk Kemaw

MSc.

Agri-Business and Value chain management

contactbiruk2000@gmail.com

17

Negash Tamiru

PhD candidate

Environmental science

 

18

Hailu Terefe  Diressie

PhD candidate

Environmental Science

 

19

Bizuayehu Desta

PhD

Horticulture

haromaya2001@gmail.com

20

Abreha Yibeyin

MSc

Irrigation and drainage engineering

abrhamybeyn@gmail.com

21

Meaza Hafiz

MSc

Plant Breeding

meaza.at2013@gmail.com

22

Tafesse Altaye

MSc.

Plant Breeding

tafesalt10@gmail.com

23

Bethelihem Belete

MSc.

Plant Breeding

 

24

Wegayehu Felek

MSc.

Plant Breeding

dear.nayadi@gmail.com

25

Kidist Negash

MSC candidate

Plant Breeding

 

26

Negash Hailu

PhD

Plant Pathology

negash.hailu17@gmail.com

27

Estifanos Tsegaye

PhD

Plant Pathology

tsegayeestifanos97@gmail.com

28

Derib Alemu

MSc.

 Plant  Pathology

derib.alemu@yahoo.com  or

29

Etsegenet H/Michael

MSc.

Agricultural Entomology

etsegenethailemichael@gmail.com

30

Habtamu Kefelegne

MSc (assistance professor)

Plant Protection

habtamukefelegn@gmail.com

31

Amhaeyesus Belete Kelelie

PhD candidate

Agricultural Entomology

 

32

Netsanet Tena

BSc

Plant Science

 

33

Melkam Mesay

BSc

Plant Science

 

34

Sintayehu Tena

BSc

Plant Science

 

 

 

     

 

 

168

About

Plant Science department

Agriculture in general and Plant Science (PlSc) in particular is the backbone of our economy. Therefore, educated professional in the field of PlSc is crucial to develop our country in the few decades of the third millennium. The Department of Plant Science was established in 2000E.C and strived to create qualified and excellent Plant Scientists.

Vision

To become among the department of choice in teaching-learning, research, publications and community services in Ethiopia and contribute to the development of Ethiopia.

Mission

  • Producing highly qualified competent professionals in the field of PlSc by offering standard and research based higher education/ training.
  • Providing demand-driven community services and produce problem solving research outputs through innovative and creative education, research and consultancy service for the benefit of the society/country.

Objective of the Department

  • To produce efficient graduates by offering research assisted education in plant science that can promote agricultural productivity  towards food self-sufficiency
  • To undertake a problem solving research based on national need and benefiting the community with the outcome & advance knowledge in plant science.
  • To render service to the society in general and particularly in areas related to Plant science.
169

Department staff profile

No

Area of Specialization

Name

Email adress

Degree

Academic status

Total

 1

Animal Production

Dr. Dereje Tadesse,

Dr. Mekete Bekele

dertadesse @gmail.com

meketebekele@gmail.com

PhD  holder

Assistance  prof.

2

Hiwot Bekele

Tena Asres

Fana Shiferaw

hiwotbkl@gmail.com

tenaasres@gmail.com

fanawoldtsadik@gmail.com

MSc holder

Lecturer

3

Admasu Lakew

Tewodros Eshete

lakewadmasu@yahoo.com

tedyshet@gmail.com

PhD student

Lecturer

2

Selamawit Guash

Aynadis Ababu

selamawitguaush@gmail.com

aydiabu21@gmail.com

MSc student

BSc

Graduate assit II

Graduate assit I

1

2

Veterinary Medicine

Dr. Yohannes Muluneh

Dr. Kasahun Bekele

joemam21@gmail.com

kassvet@yahoo.com

MSc holder

Assistance  prof.

2

Dr. Kasa Demisse

Dr. Lina Gazu

Dr. Abebe Agonafir

Kassa.demissie@yahoo.com

Linag4812@gmail.com

Dr.abuka@gmail.com

PhD student

PhD student

MSc holder

Assistance  prof.

Assistance  prof.

Assistance  prof.

2

 

1

3

Animal nutrition

Dr. Ahmed Hassen

Etagegnehu Bizuneh

hassenahmed@211@gmail.com

etagubzu05@gmail.com

 PhD holder

BSc

Assistance  prof. Graduate assit I

1

1

 

Range Ecology

Sisay Kebede

 

  PhD student

Lecturer

1

4

Animal nutrition

Yosef Getye

Wondimagegn Bekele

Joswum11@gmail.com

Wondime2007@gmail.com

MSc holder

Lecturer

2

5

Animal Genetics & Breeding

Hulunim Gatew

Amare Migibe

hulunim@gmail.com

mibamare@gmail.com

MSc holder

Lecturer

2

Rekik Bekele

Agide Yisma

rekikbekele@gmail.com

selamawit1224@gmail.com

PhD student

Lecturer

2

6

Dairy Technology

Dr. Abebe Bereda

ababfereja@gmail.com

PhD holder

Assistance  prof.

1

7

Fisheries and Aquaculture

Solomon Melaku

Noothername21@gmail.com

MSc holder

Lecturer

1

8

Animal Health technician

Amezene

Amezene92@gmail.com

Diploma holder

Tech. assist

1

9

Animal Science technician

Ayele Negash

Ayelenega29@gmail.com

Diploma holder

Tech. assist

1

Grand total                                     

 

27

170

Department of Animal Science

BACKGROUND

Agriculture is a back bone of Ethiopian economy, in which about livestock sector accounts for about 40% of the country's agricultural GDP, 15% of the national GDP and 31% of the total agricultural employment. However, the sector constrained by unimproved genetic resource, inadequate animal nutrition, high prevalence of diseases, poor breeding, poor management of stock and feed resources, inadequate livestock services and infrastructure, uncoordinated development program, absence of appropriate policies and inadequate number of qualified manpower. The Government, well aware of the prevailing situation, is committed to significantly change the status of the livestock industry through the New Economic Policy. Increasing investment for livestock development, reduction of the role of the state in production and trade as well as the encouragement of the private sector are some of the measures to be undertaken.

The government promises that a greater share of budgetary and human resource will be devoted to the rehabilitation and expansion of the agriculture sector of which livestock is an integral component.

In line with the government policy the development of human resource in the area of animal science to alleviate the pervasive manpower shortage in the country is crucial for all our society to produce professionals, scientists and experts those do research for solving the problem of feed shortage, poor animal genetic resource, and animal health  in universities, colleges, research institutions, Ministry of Livestock & Fishery Development, governmental (GOs) and non-governmental (NGOs) sectors, private sectors and industries. Hence, Department of Animal Science of Debre Berhan University opened in 2000 E.C with the following objectives, missions and visions:

Objectives

  • To produce competent animal sciences professionals who could serve as experts and entrepreneurs
  • To produce professionals who carry out extension activities in animal sciences
  • To participate in animal sciences research activities
  • To develop professionals with positive attitude to rural development including responsibility, dedication, hard work, accuracy and team work
  • To produce professionals who can give consultative services to solve problem of animal sciences for various community groups
  • To produce professionals who have technical innovation in animal sciences development
  • To produce innovative graduates with good professional ethics and responsibility to work towards national development goals

MISSION

  • The mission of the department of animal science is to produce qualified and self employed professionals in the field of animal sciences through quality education both in theory and practical.

VISION

  • The vision of the department of Animal sciences is to be center of excellence in producing human resource and knowledge in Animal sciences.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES UPON COMPLETION OF THE BSC DEGREE PROGRAM:

  • The animal science and related fields are a major component of the Ethiopia economy and career opportunities are excellent for both men and women trained in animal science.

ANIMAL PRODUCTION/MANAGEMENT

  • Production and management of cattle, sheep, goats, horses, swine and poultry.

 

FOOD PROCESSING

The food processing industry is a major employer of animal science graduates.

  • Livestock buyers
  • Quality control specialists
  •  Plant managers and sales personnel.

ANIMAL FEED/HEALTH INDUSTRY

  • Animal feed processing plant specialists, managers
  • Primary health care expertise
  • Animal feed and nutrition laboratory expertise

 

 

 

171

የደብረብርሃን ዩኒቨርሲቲ በትምህርትና ስልጠና ፍኖተ ካርታ ጥናት ዙሪያ ስልጠና ሊሰጥ ነው

የደብረብርሃን ዩኒቨርሲቲ በትምህርትና ስልጠና ፍኖተ ካርታ ላይ ግብዓት ለማሰባሰብ ከመስከረም 14-16/2011 ዓ.ም ስልጠና እንደሚሰጥ አስታወቀ፡፡የዩንቨርስቲው የአካዳሚክ ምክትል ፕሬዚዳንት ዶ/ር ኃይለማርያም ብርቄ  ዛሬ መስከረም 10/2011 ዓ.ም በሰጡት ጋዜጣዊ መግለጫ እንደጠቆሙት በሀገር አቀፍ ደረጃ ጥናቱ የተጠናቀቀው የትምህርትና ስልጠና ፍኖተ ካርታ ግብዓት ከከፍተኛ ትምህርት ተቋማት ለማሰባሰብ ትምህርት ሚንስቴር አቅጣጫ አስቀምቷል ብለዋል፡፡

172

LIST OF APPLICANTS FOR THE POSITION OF PRESIDENT OF DEBRE BERHAN UNIVERSITY

LIST OF APPLICANTS FOR THE POSITION OF PRESIDENT OF DEBRE BERHAN UNIVERSITY

No.

Name of applicants

Educational

Academic Rank

Institution

 

 

background

 

 

1

Dr. Ababu Minda

PhD

Assistance professor

NA

2

Dr. Adane Tesfaye

PhD

Assistance professor

Eth. Environment and Forest

 

 

 

 

Research Institute

3

Dr. Adugna Tafesse

PhD

Assistance professor

Dire Dawa Administration

4

Dr. Almaz Afera

PhD

Assistance professor

Debre Berhan University

5

Dr. Amare Ayalew

PhD

Assistance professor

Debre Berhan University

6

 

PhD

Assistance professor

Ethiopian Agricultural Research

 

Dr. Birru Yitaferu

 

 

Council Secretariat

7

Dr. Gezahegn Degefe

PhD

Assistance professor

Debre Berhan University

8

Dr. Hailemariam Birke

PhD

Assistance professor

Debre Berhan University

9

Mohammed Yimer

NA

-

Plan International Ethiopia

10

Dr.Endale Haile

PhD

Assistance professor

Ethiopian Institution of

 

 

 

 

Ombudsman

11

Dr. Ziyin Engidasew

PhD

Associate Professor

Adama Science and Technology

 

 

 

 

University

12

Amanuel Kebede

NA

-

NA

NA-Not available

 

 

 


 

173

DebreBerhan University Inaugurates Daycare Center

DebreBerhan University inaugurated daycare center on September 18, 2018 G.C in its compound. On the occasion,Dr Seife Getaneh, representative for 

174

አዳዲስ በተፈቀዱ ፕሮግራሞች የወጣ ማስታወቂያ

የደ/ብርሃን ዩኒቨርሲቲ በ2011 ዓ.ም የትምህርት ዘመን በ2ኛ ዲግሪ አዳዲስ በተከፈቱ በተለያዩ የትምህርት ፕሮግራሞች በመደበኛና በኤክስቴንሽን ለማስተማር ዝግጅቱን አጠናቋል፡፡ 

175

በተማሪዎች ዙሪያ የሚሰሩ አካላት ተገቢውን ድጋፍና እገዛ ሊያደርጉ ይገባል ተባለ

የደብረብርሃን ዩኒቨርሲቲ የኤች አይ ቪ ኤድስ መከላከያና መቆጣጠሪያ ሴክሬቴሪያል ጽ/ቤት ከዲኬቲ ኢቲዮጵያ ጋር በመተባበር ለዩኒቨርሲቲው የጸጥታ አካላትና ፕሮክተሮች ከጳጉሜ 1-2/2010 ዓ/ም የሁለት ቀን ስልጠና ሰጥቷል፡፡

176

Announcement

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

177

102 Tran’s boarder volunteers arrive at Debere Berhan University

102 Tran’s boarder volunteers arrived at Debre Berhan University on August 10, 2018 G.C. The volunteers will serve the community in different activities like planting trees, cleaning the compound, helping the disabled, elders, and vulnerable people.

178

Academic Program Directorate

The Academic Program Directorate (APD), formerly known as Academic Program Development and Review, has been recently restructured to include Academic Affairs and Staff Development, Curriculum and Program Development, English Language Improvement Program (ELIP), and Higher Diploma Program (HDP) since September 2017. With these offices, the APD is highly involved in monitoring the overall academic activities of the university to produce qualified professionals in diversified field of studies who can significantly contribute to the development of the country. Since its establishment, Debre Berhan University has launched need-based programs in the undergraduate and postgraduate programs – 46 undergraduate, 34 Master’s, and 2 PhD programs – to realize its mission of benefiting the community by working tirelessly on producing efficient graduates by offering research assisted quality education. 

 

 

 

 

179

VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT

 

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

180

ANKOBER HERBAL MEDICINE RESEARCH CENTER

ANKOBER HERBAL MEDICINE RESEARCH CENTER

The Ankober Herbal Medicine Preparation and Biodiversity Conservation Project was established in 2010 by a trilateral agreement signed among Debre Berhan University (DBU), Ankober Woreda Development Association (AWDA) and an Italian based NGO named Increasing People’s Opportunity (IPO). The project has three major research teams, namely,

  •       Plant Biodiversity Conservation team
  •       Plant extraction and characterization team
  •       Health team

Debre Berhan University has been working hard to change the project into research center of herbal medicine.The Research Center for Ankober Herbal Medicine at Debre Berhan University will be established with the goal to engage in scientific and innovative herbal medicine research. The center also focuses on herbal pharmaceutical drug development. Debre Berhan University aim is to become the leader in the herbal medical research in the near future in Ethiopia by integrating the indigenous knowledge with modern science to enhance the health condition of the society.

 The prior activities of the Ankober Herbal Medicine Research Center are to conserve the indigenous knowledge and medicinal plants because Alterations to the environment whether natural or manmade can directly impact the biodiversity. It is well documented that biodiversity is necessary for human wellbeing. Plants provide medicinal and nutritional properties for indigenous societies, and furnish over of the compounds required to produce commercially available drugs in the modern world. Losses in this biodiversity limit the availability of these vital raw materials, potentially threatening the manufacture and development of medications to prevent the spread of human diseases around the world so herbal medicine considered as a major healthcare provider around the globe particularly in rural and remote areas. A large section of people depends on such medicine for their primary healthcare mainly in developing countries.

 

Mission:

To conserve the indigenous knowledge in herbal medicine preparation, use and the endangered medicinal plants and to excel its standard using modern technology and scientific background to prepare herbal drugs which is essential to improve the health of the society

“From the Community to the Community through Farm to Pharma”

Vision:

To be centre of excellence in Herbal Medicine Preparation and Biodiversity conservation among similar institutes in Ethiopia

 

Objectives of the Research Center

  • To conserve the indigenous knowledge and medicinal plants
  • To conduct  research on the  medicinal plants
  • To integrate herbal medicine with modern medicine
  • To use herbal medicine as alternative or complementary medicine to improve the health condition
  • To create  link  and conducive situation for the national and international researchers to promote the center as icon of herbal medicine research center in Ethiopia

 

The question which we ask is: what is the socio-economic impact of the current regulation system of access to and use of biodiversity on local communities?

 The current system of access to and use of biodiversity and traditional knowledge:

  • Do they  favour a fair access to and use of natural resources and biodiversity to local communities and their development?
  • Do they favour the preservation and the respect of indigenous knowledge, innovations

           and practices?

  • What are the main risks of the misuse and misappropriation of traditional knowledge?

“Indigenous knowledge is an integral part of the culture and history of a local community. We need to learn from local communities to enrich the development process”. James D. Wolfensohn, President of the World Bank

Contact Address:

Director: Amare Ayalew (Ph.D)

Directorate: Ankober Herbal Medicine Preparation and Biodiversity Conservation Project

P.O.Box:445, Phone:+251118900345, Mob.:+251911931941

Email.dbuankoberp@dbu.edu.et/aayalew2@gmail.com

181

The 6th round STEM Program launches

The 6th round STEM program was launched on 21st July, 2018 at PR hall. Higher officials of DBU, high school teachers who will participate in STEM training and other concerned bodies attended the launching ceremony.

182

የደብረብርሃን ዩንቨርሲቲ ከ 3200 በላይ ተማሪዎችን አስመረቀ

የደብረብርሃን ዩኒቨርሲቲ ሰኔ 24/2010 ዓ.ም በመደበኛ፣በማታና በተከታታይ መርሃ-ግብሮች በመጀመሪያናበ2ኛ ድግሪ እንዲሁም በከፍተኛ ዲፕሎማ ከ3200 በላይ ተማሪዎችን አስመርቋል፡፡

183

College of Agriculture and Natural Resources holds the First National Symposium

Debre Berhan University College of Agriculture and Natural Resources in collaboration with Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change held the first national research symposium 

184

Workshop organizes

The Ministry of Science and Technology in collaboration with DebreBerhan University organized high level training for four days in the area of Incubation Center and Technology transfer to enhance Technology Commercialization at PR hall since June 5-8, 2018 G.C.

185

የደብረብርሃን ዩኒቨርሲቲ የተማሪዎች ህብረት አባላት ምርጫ ተካሄደ

የደብረብርሃን ዩኒቨርሲቲ የተማሪዎች ህብረት የስራ አስፈጻሚ የኮሚቴ አባላት ምርጫ ሰኔ 2 ቀን 2010 ዓ.ም ተከናውኗል፡፡በምርጫ ስነስርዓቱ መክፈቻ  ላይ የተገኙት የዩኒቨርሲቲው ተማሪዎች አገልግሎት ዲን አቶ መለሰ ወንድማገኘሁ  ምርጫውን አስመልክቶ 

186

የደብረብርሃን ዩኒቨርሲቲ በነጥብ የስራ ምዘና በተጠኑ የስራ መደቦች ላይ ያካሄደውን የሰራተኞች ድልድል አጠናቀቀ

የደብረብርሃን ዩኒቨርሲቲ በነጥብ የስራ ምዘና በተጠኑ የስራ መደቦች ላይ ያካሄደውን የሰራተኞች ድልድል መጠናቀቅ አስመልክቶ ከሰራተኞች ጋር የግማሽ ቀን ውይይት ሰኔ 5 ቀን 2010 ዓ.ም አካሂዷል፡፡

187

Debre Berhan University Center for Disabilities conducts essay competition

Debre Berhan University center for disabilities conducted essay competition which is sponsored by Professor True Kora Frost Hunter on June 6, 2018 G.C at HIV resource center.

188

DBU hosts the 5th Annual Research Symposium

Debre Berhan University hosted the 5th International annual research symposium entitled “Research for Sustainable Development Improving the Livelihood of the Society” from May 25, -26, 2018 G.C at Debre Berhan University main hall.

189

Debre Berhan University hosts the 5th Annual Research Symposium

Debre Berhan University hosted the 5th International annual research symposium entitled “Research for Sustainable Development Improving the Livelihood of the Society” from May 25, -26, 2018 G.C at Debre Berhan University main hall.

190

Debre Berhan University Student in Picture

[gallery columns="5" filter="no"]

[gallery_item tag="joomla" src="images/helix/photo1.png"/]

[gallery_item tag="joomla" src="images/helix/photo2.png"/]

[gallery_item tag="joomla" src="images/helix/photo3.png"/]

[gallery_item tag="joomla" src="images/helix/photo4.png"/]

[gallery_item tag="joomla" src="images/helix/photo5.png"/]

[gallery_item tag="joomla" src="images/helix/photo6.png"/]

[gallery_item tag="joomla" src="images/helix/photo7.png"/]

[gallery_item tag="joomla" src="images/helix/photo8.png"/]

[gallery_item tag="joomla" src="images/helix/photo9.png"/]

[gallery_item tag="joomla" src="images/helix/photo10.png"/]

[gallery_item tag="joomla" src="images/helix/photo11.png"/]

[gallery_item tag="joomla" src="images/helix/photo12.png"/]

[gallery_item tag="joomla" src="images/helix/photo13.png"/]

[gallery_item tag="joomla" src="images/helix/photo14.png"/]

[gallery_item tag="joomla" src="images/helix/photo15.png"/]

[gallery_item tag="joomla" src="images/helix/photo16.png"/]

[gallery_item tag="joomla" src="images/helix/photo17.png"/]

 

[/gallery]

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Debre Berhan University Aspires to be a Better University in Ethiopia by 2012 E.C. 

191

5th Round STEM Program Begins

The 5th round STEM program started on July 20, 2017 at PR hall. Higher officials of DBU, high school teachers who will participate in STEM training and other concerned bodies attended the opening ceremony.

192

Curriculum Evaluation Held

Debreberhan University Institute of Technology Department of Mechanical Engineering held workshop on MSc. Program in motor vehicle engineering curriculum evaluation on June 22, 2017 at main hall.  

193

DBU graduates over 3230 students

Debre Berhan University graduated over 3230  students  on July 2, 2017 at main hall. 

194

Construction Technology and Management Program

About the program

Construction Technology and Management is one of the four disciplines within the school of Engineering under Debre Berhan University. The department is striving to provide Stimulating Environment for the free development and Exchange of ideas. 

Undergraduate 

B.Sc Program in Construction Technology and Managment

Duration 9 Semester study and six month practice

Requirement 295-7 credit points 

1. DESCRIPTION OF THE PROGRAM

1.1 Background

Debre Berhan University, under the Ministry of Education, was established in 2006. The university has expanded different schools and faculties to fulfill the objective of the university. School of engineering established in 2009 as a five years course of engineering education and started by Civil and Electrical engineering programs.

In September 2010, the school will be expanded to include instructions in Mechanical Engineering and construction technology management programs that the undergraduate program is intended to cover five years.

From the previous established universities’ experience, stakeholders and employers have expressed concerns that the graduates of the engineering Programs lack practical and innovative skills. This lack has been coupled by deficiency in communication and managerial skills of the graduates. It is believed that this curriculum has incorporated the necessary consideration that will address the issues raised by stakeholders and employers. 

1.2 Vision and Mission 

Vision

Construction Technology and Managment Program, School of Engineering at Debre Berhan University is to be the prime center of Construction Technology and ManagmentEducation and research in Ethiopia

Devising innovative and customized curricula that prepare for engineering practice, advanced education, and leadership inconstruction work sector and technical services

Supporting theoretical instruction by workshop, laboratory practices and construction work visits and practical instruction;

Arranging obligatory construction work internship opportunities for all students through summer employment at least for four months

Involving undergraduates and graduate students in applied research

Diversifying graduate programs as per the need of the construction work sectors and the country

Encouraging extra curricula student professional activities

Students and stake holders’ evaluation of teaching and learning program.

Participation of staff in applied research, consultancy service and training that solves technical problems of construction work sectors and other technical services in the country. 

1.3 Strategic Goals

i) Increase relevance of undergraduate program to the construction nwork

ii) Diversify the undergraduate programs in the areas related to construction management Engineering

Introduce a full-fledged undergraduate program in management

engineering through a transitional minor program

Assesses the need for Material Engineering program in five years time

construction

iii) Increase diversity, quantity and quality of academic staff and technical assistants

iv) Increase construction work supported researches and consultancy activities

v) Increase attractiveness of the Program to students

Achieve high standards for instructional quality

Improve effectiveness of student advising

Provide effective mechanism for student informal feed-back.

Facilitate student access to industrial practice and job placement by working with professionals and entrepreneurs associations.

Support student professional clubs and extracurricular activities

Professional Profile of Construction technology and management

Construction management is an important and learned profession, which is achieved through academic education at recognized institution. Competence can be developed and enriched by extended experience. It is a profession practiced in construction works development projects with direct and vital impact on the livelihood of the community.

More generally, it is useful to provide a framework that gives guideline by which students of Construction management develop their skills and acquire standardized and relevant knowledge in planning and construction and entrepreneurship concepts during their study time at the university.

 CORE SERVICES AND ACTIVITIES IN CONSTRUCTION TECHNOLOGY AND MANAGMENT

Everywhere in the world, Construction Management:

are involved in projects ranging from small scale to sophisticated projects. In particular, they carry out different assignments such as planning, Managing big construction projects like. Construction Technology and Management is broad term. It is an umbrella field comprised of many related specialties. The core services of Construction Technology and Management are shown in the following sub-sections.

2. GENERAL OBJECTIVES

Teach the fundamentals of Construction Technology and Management and undertake basic and applied research activities.

Provide innovative and economical solutions to problems encountered in the field.

Working in a multidisciplinary environment and acquire knowledge and skill that allow Construction Technology and Management to practice in associated areas of sciences and engineering.

Keep abreast of new technologies in Construction Technology and Management and provide orientation and/or training to subordinates as required.

 Contract Administration

Review and approve contractor’s program, method and schedule.

Supervise projects to ensure that drawings, specifications, materials and workmanship are as specified in the contract.

Check and approve measurement of work executed.

Administer claims and disputes.

Issue engineering instruction and variation order, check and approve variation order.

Conduct provisional and final acceptance.

Conduct studies on cost of construction, materials, labor, equipment and productivity.

Manage construction activities and available resources including planning, scheduling, controlling and reporting.

Supervise technicians and technologists.

Plan and organize the maintenance and repair of existing civil engineering construction works

Analysis and Design

Review and approve design.

Develop design standards, design aids, guidelines and hand books.

Consult with architects and specialized design engineers to integrate design in terms of aesthetic and technical requirements.

Structural Design Activities:

Pre design study

Project program development

Topographic survey

Scheme design

Preliminary design

Final design

Preparation of bill of quantities and specifications

Cost estimates, Tendering

Material Testing:

Project site exploration

Identification and classification of material in the field

Conducting field tests

Laboratory tests on soils, rocks and construction materials

Construction Management:

Deciding method of construction

Devising temporary works

Selecting appropriate equipment

Manage construction activities and available resources including planning, scheduling, cost estimating, controlling and reporting.

 

The general objective of the construction technology and management Undergraduate Program is to provide broad-based education and training in construction management and its applications leading to a Bachelor of Science Degree, to enable graduates to meet the challenges of the engineering profession in a rapidly changing environment that exists in a developing country. These challenges require the ability to apply existing knowledge in new ways thereby creating new systems and opportunities as well as adapting existing Engineering to local production conditions. These require the ability to manage service, maintain and improve upon existing systems.

Some of constructin work photographs is listed below

Develop applied research programs on country the development policy and strategy

Disseminate the program research and consultancy activities to the construction work

Accelerate construction work linkages through construction work training and consultancy services

Strive to create incentive mechanism for researchers at university level

Strive to make university salary and benefits competitive

Develop and implement a staff development plan that will consider the high rate of staff turnover and practice oriented education

Assure the graduate curricula strengthen the undergraduate program and utilize the School's expertise.

Arrange short term training and visits to the staff

 The program gives more emphasis to practical education to increase the relevance of the program to the construction work, keeping the current capacity of 50 students

The curricula based on needs of the construction work sector and development to give emphasis to practical education and introduce specialization through electives such as

Earthquake Engineering

Construction Management

Geotechnical Engineering

Road and Transport Engineering

Structural Engineering

Hydropower Engineering

Hydraulic Engineering

Irrigation (and Drainage) Engineering

Water Resource Engineering

Geodetic Engineering

Material Engineering

Environmental Engineering

Safety Engineering

etc.

Strengthen practical instruction in construction management works, Introduce a course in entrepreneurship .

Develop students skill for modern engineering practice through intensified design projects, CAD, computer based analysis

Increase student visualization ability through audiovisual teaching aid systems.

Introduce a six month compulsory practical work

Send the students in a different projects to the country development strategy

195

Mechanical Engineering Program

Mechanical Engineering is one of the four disciplines within the school of Engineering under Debre Berhan University. The department is striving to provide Stimulating Environment for the free development and Exchange of ideas.

Undergraduate

B.Sc Program in Mechanical Engineering

Duration 9 Semester study and six month practice

Requirement 295-7 credit points

1. DESCRIPTION OF THE PROGRAM

1.1 Background 

Debre Berhan University, under the Ministry of Education, was established in 2006. The university has expanded different schools and faculties to fulfill the objective of the university. School of engineering established in 2009 as a five years course of engineering education and started by Civil and Electrical engineering programs.

In September 2010, the school will be expanded to include instructions in Mechanical Engineering and construction technology management programs that the undergraduate program is intended to cover five years.

From the previous established universities’ experience, stakeholders and employers have expressed concerns that the graduates of the engineering Programs lack practical and innovative skills. This lack has been coupled by deficiency in communication and managerial skills of the graduates. It is believed that this curriculum has incorporated the necessary consideration that will address the issues raised by stakeholders and employers. 

1.2 Vision and Mission 

Vision 

The vision of the Mechanical Engineering Program, School of Engineering at Debre Berhan University is to be the prime center of Mechanical Engineering Education and research in Ethiopia

 Mission 

The mission of the mechanical engineering program is to offer an outstanding, professionally oriented undergraduate engineering education and conduct applied research and consultancy service that will bring qualitative change in manufacturing industry and technical services in Ethiopia.

 We will achieve our mission by:

Devising innovative and customized curricula that prepare for engineering practice, advanced education, and leadership in manufacturing sector and technical services

Supporting theoretical instruction by workshop, laboratory practices and industrial visits and practical instruction;

Arranging obligatory industrial internship opportunities for all students through summer employment at least for four months

Involving undergraduates and graduate students in applied research

Diversifying graduate programs as per the need of the industry and the country

Encouraging extra curricula student professional activities

Students and stake holders’ evaluation of teaching and learning program.

Participation of staff in applied research, consultancy service and training that solves technical problems of manufacturing sectors and other technical services in the country

 1.3 Strategic Goals

i) Increase relevance of undergraduate program to the industry

ii) Diversify the undergraduate programs in the areas related to Mechanical Engineering

iii) Increase diversity, quantity and quality of academic staff and technical assistants

iv) Increase industry supported researches and consultancy activities

v) Increase attractiveness of the Program to students

Achieve high standards for instructional quality

Improve effectiveness of student advising

Provide effective mechanism for student informal feed-back.

Facilitate student access to industrial practice and job placement by working with professionals and entrepreneurs associations.

Support student professional clubs and extracurricular activitie

Professional Profile of Mechanical Engineering

Mechanical Engineering is a profession that deals with the design, manufacturing, selection, installation, commissioning, operation, and maintenance of all forms of machinery, equipment, and industrial systems. The profession plays a vital role in the establishment and sustainable operation of a nation's manufacturing industries, transport systems, power generation, construction, and mining industries. 

The tasks which professional mechanical engineers undertake are too many to list them all. Some of the typical engineering tasks these professionals are expected to deal with are:

product design, development and manufacturing;

industrial plant design, equipment selection, plant erection, commissioning, operation and maintenance;

industrial gas- and water-supply system/component design;

automotive and construction equipment design and maintenance;

energy conversion system/component design, installation, commissioning, operation and maintenance;

heating, refrigeration, air-conditioning system/components design, installation, commissioning, operation and maintenance;

industrial project design and evaluation;

project management;

Factory and technical service management in the capacity of general manager, technical manager, operation manager, maintenance manager, and sales manager.

Due to the very broad nature of the profession of mechanical engineering, the profession has numerous areas specialization at global level. In the current Ethiopian context, one could specialize in any one of the following areas:

Product Design and/or Applied Mechanics

This area of specialization focuses on the design of a product, starting from the need analysis through three dimensional modeling, strength and dynamic analysis up to prototype manufacturing and testing.

Engineering Materials

It deals with the study and application of materials used in mechanical engineering.

Manufacturing Engineering/ Engineering

It deals with the design of manufacturing processes (like casting, forming, machining, joining, assembling, etc.) of an engineering product, starting from its design to planning and management of the manufacturing operations.

Thermal and Power Plant Engineering

It deals with the design, selection, installation, commissioning, maintenance and operation of energy conversion, heating, cooling systems and equipment that utilize thermal primary energy resources.

Fluid Machinery

It deals with the design, performance analysis, selection, installation, commissioning, operation and maintenance of rotating machines such as pumps, blowers, compressors and various types of turbines.

Maintenance Engineering

It deals with systematic application of reliability theory, condition monitoring and reconditioning techniques, and preventive maintenance programs to increase plant or equipment availability.

Automotive Engineering

It deals with the design and maintenance of a motor vehicle and its accessories.

Aeronautic Engineering

It deals with design and maintenance of an aircraft and its accessories.

 Mechatronics and/or Robotics

It deals with control of mechanical systems and interfacing of mechanical system with electronic controllers and computer.

Industrial Engineering

It deals with optimal design of manufacturing plant and optimal management of material, human and machine resources in manufacturing operations to minimize production costs and maximize product quality.

Depending on the engineering tasks one is undertaking or the position one is holding, a professional mechanical engineer working in an industrial facility can have professional titles and/or job specifications like Design Engineer, Manufacturing Engineer, Maintenance Engineer, Installation Engineer, Utilities Engineer, or management title/job like General Manager, Technical Manager, Operation Manager, Maintenance Manager, Sales Engineer, and rendering consultancy services in the field.

2. GENERAL OBJECTIVES

The general objective of the Mechanical Engineering Undergraduate Program is to provide broad-based education and training in mechanical engineering and its applications leading to a Bachelor of Science Degree, to enable graduates to meet the challenges of the engineering profession in a rapidly changing environment that exists in a developing country. These challenges require the ability to apply existing knowledge in new ways thereby creating new systems and opportunities as well as adapting existing Engineering to local production conditions. These require the ability to manage service, maintain and improve upon existing systems.

develop applied research programs on country the development policy and strategy

Disseminate the program research and consultancy activities to the industry

Accelerate industrial linkages through industrial training and consultancy services

Strive to create incentive mechanism for researchers at university level

Strive to make university salary and benefits competitive

Develop and implement a staff development plan that will consider the high rate of staff turnover and practice oriented education

Assure the graduate curricula strengthen the undergraduate program and utilize the School's expertise.

Arrange short term training and visits to the staff

 Introduce a full-fledged undergraduate program in industrial engineering through a transitional minor program

Assesses the need for Material Engineering program in five years time

 The program gives more emphasis to practical education to increase the relevance of the program to the industry, keeping the current capacity of 50 students

The curricula based on needs of the industry and development to give emphasis to practical education and introduce specialization through electives such as

Manufacturing Engineering

Plant Engineering

Motor Vehicles & Construction Equipment

Product Design etc.

Strengthen practical instruction in workshop Engineering, maintenance of machinery and laboratory exercise by employing more technical assistants and improving the quality and quantity of facilities

Introduce a course in entrepreneurship

Develop students skill for modern engineering practice through intensified design projects, CAD, computer based analysis

Increase student visualization ability through audiovisual teaching aid systems.

Introduce a six month compulsory industrial internship

Dear students projects to the country development strategy

196

Civil Engineering Program

About the program

Civil Engineering is one of the four disciplines within the school of Engineering under Debre Berhan University. The department is striving to provide Stimulating Environment for the free development and Exchange of ideas.

Undergraduate

B.Sc Program in Civil Engineering

Duration 9 Semester study and six month practice

Requirement 295-7 credit points

 

1. DESCRIPTION OF THE PROGRAM

1.1 Background

Debre Berhan University, under the Ministry of Education, was established in 2006. The university has expanded different schools and faculties to fulfill the objective of the university. School of engineering established in 2009 as a five years course of engineering education and started by Civil and Electrical engineering programs.

In September 2010, the school will be expanded to include instructions in Mechanical Engineering and construction technology management programs that the undergraduate program is intended to cover five years.

From the previous established universities’ experience, stakeholders and employers have expressed concerns that the graduates of the engineering Programs lack practical and innovative skills. This lack has been coupled by deficiency in communication and managerial skills of the graduates. It is believed that this curriculum has incorporated the necessary consideration that will address the issues raised by stakeholders and employers.

1.2 Vision and Mission

Vision

We will achieve our mission by:

Devising innovative and customized curricula that prepare for engineering practice, advanced education, and leadership in Civil work sector and technical services

Supporting theoretical instruction by workshop, laboratory practices and Civil work visits and practical instruction;

Arranging obligatory Civil work internship opportunities for all students through summer employment at least for four months

Involving undergraduates and graduate students in applied research

Diversifying graduate programs as per the need of the Civil work sectors and the country

Encouraging extra curricula student professional activities

Students and stake holders’ evaluation of teaching and learning program.

Participation of staff in applied research, consultancy service and training that solves technical problems of Civil work sectors and other technical services in the country

 1.3 Strategic Goals

i) Increase relevance of undergraduate program to the Civil work

ii) Diversify the undergraduate programs in the areas related to Civil Engineering

iii) Increase diversity, quantity and quality of academic staff and technical assistants

iv) Increase Civil work supported researches and consultancy activities

v) Increase attractiveness of the Program to students

Achieve high standards for instructional quality

Improve effectiveness of student advising

Provide effective mechanism for student informal feed-back.

Facilitate student access to industrial practice and job placement by working with professionals and entrepreneurs associations.

Support student professional clubs and extracurricular activities

 Professional Profile of Civil Engineering

Civil Engineering is an important and learned profession, which is achieved through academic education at recognized institution. Competence can be developed and enriched by extended experience. It is a profession practiced in civil works development projects with direct and vital impact on the livelihood of the community.

More generally, it is useful to provide a framework that gives guideline by which students of civil engineering develop their skills and acquire standardized and relevant knowledge in planning, design, and construction and entrepreneurship concepts during their study time at the university.

 CORE SERVICES AND ACTIVITIES IN CIVIL ENGINEERING

Everywhere in the world, Civil Engineers are involved in projects ranging from small scale to sophisticated projects. In particular, they carry out different assignments such as planning, design, construction and maintenance of building structures, roads, bridges, railways, dams, water supply and sewerage schemes and the like. Civil engineering is broad term. It is an umbrella field comprised of many related specialties. The core services of civil engineering are shown in the following sub-sections.

General

-Contract Administration

-Analysis and Design

-Structural Design Activities:

-Water Works Design Activity:

-Transportation Facilities Design:

-Material Testing:

-Construction Management:

-Deciding method of construction

-Devising temporary works

-Selecting appropriate equipment

-Manage construction activities and available resources including planning, scheduling, cost estimating, controlling and reporting.

-Project site exploration

-Identification and classification of material in the field

-Conducting field tests

-Laboratory tests on soils, rocks and construction materials

-Feasibility studies

-Photogram metric and desktop study

-Soil and material investigation

-Environmental impact assessment

-Traffic count and axle load study

-Detailed geometric design

-Pavement design

-Preparation of bill of quantities and engineering cost estimate

-Provisional and final acceptance

-Railway route design

-Design of airfields

-Bridge design

-Pre feasibility and feasibility study

-Water supply scheme for urban and rural areas

-Sewerage and sanitation facilities

-Storm water drainage and flood mitigation schemes

-Dams and other hydraulic structures

-Hydropower development

-Irrigation and related Infrastructure

-Solid waste management

-Environmental protection works

-Water resource development and management

-Pre design study

-Project program development

-Topographic survey

-Scheme design

-Preliminary design

-Final design

-Preparation of bill of quantities and specifications

-Cost estimates, Tendering

-Provisional and final acceptance

-Review and approve design.

-Develop design standards, design aids, guidelines and hand books.

-Consult with architects and specialized design engineers to integrate design in terms of aesthetic and technical requirements.

-Review and approve contractor’s program, method and schedule.

-Supervise projects to ensure that drawings, specifications, materials and workmanship are as specified in the contract.

-Check and approve measurement of work executed.

-Administer claims and disputes.

-Issue engineering instruction and variation order, check and approve variation order.

-Conduct provisional and final acceptance.

-Conduct studies on cost of construction, materials, labor, equipment and productivity.

-Manage construction activities and available resources including planning, scheduling, controlling and reporting.

-Supervise technicians and technologists.

-Plan and organize the maintenance and repair of existing civil engineering construction works

-Teach the fundamentals of civil engineering and undertake basic and applied research activities.

-Provide innovative and economical solutions to problems encountered in the field.

-Working in a multidisciplinary environment and acquire knowledge and skill that allow civil engineers to practice in associated areas of sciences and engineering.

-Keep abreast of new technologies in civil engineering and provide orientation and/or training to subordinates as required.

-Depending on the engineering tasks one is undertaking or the position one is holding, a professional Civil engineer working in Civil work facility can have professional titles and/or job specifications like Structural Engineer, Pavement Engineer, Highway(Road) Engineer, Material Engineer, Utilities Engineer, or management title/job like General Manager, Technical Manager and rendering consultancy services in the field.

2 .GENERAL OBJECTIVES

The general objective of the Civil Engineering Undergraduate Program is to provide broad-based education and training in Civil engineering and its applications leading to a Bachelor of Science Degree, to enable graduates to meet the challenges of the engineering profession in a rapidly changing environment that exists in a developing country. These challenges require the ability to apply existing knowledge in new ways thereby creating new systems and opportunities as well as adapting existing Engineering to local production conditions. These require the ability to manage service, maintain and improve upon existing systems.

Develop applied research programs on country the development policy and strategy

Disseminate the program research and consultancy activities to the Civil work

Accelerate Civil work linkages through Civil work training and consultancy services

Strive to create incentive mechanism for researchers at university level

Strive to make university salary and benefits competitive

Develop and implement a staff development plan that will consider the high rate of staff turnover and practice oriented education

Assure the graduate curricula strengthen the undergraduate program and utilize the School's expertise.

Arrange short term training and visits to the staff

Introduce a full-fledged undergraduate program in Civil engineering through a transitional minor program

Assesses the need for Material Engineering program in five years time

The program gives more emphasis to practical education to increase the relevance of the program to the Civil work, keeping the current capacity of 50 students

The curricula based on needs of the Civil work sector and development to give emphasis to practical education and introduce specialization through electives such as

Earthquake Engineering 

Construction Management

Geotechnical Engineering

Road and Transport Engineering

Structural Engineering

Hydropower Engineering

Hydraulic Engineering

Irrigation (and Drainage) Engineering

Water Resource Engineering

Geodetic Engineering

Material Engineering

Environmental Engineering

Safety Engineering

etc. 

Strengthen practical instruction in Civil Engineering works, maintenance of machinery and laboratory exercise by employing more technical assistants and improving the quality and quantity of facilities

Introduce a course in entrepreneurship

Develop students skill for modern engineering practice through intensified design projects, CAD, computer based analysis

Increase student visualization ability through audiovisual teaching aid systems.

Introduce a six month compulsory practical work

Send the students in a different projects to the country development strategy

The vision of the Civil Engineering Program, School of Engineering at Debre Berhan University is to be the prime center of Civil Engineering Education and research in Ethiopia

Mission

The mission of the Civil engineering program is to offer an outstanding, professionally oriented undergraduate engineering education and conduct applied research and consultancy service that will bring qualitative change in Civil works and technical services in Ethiopia.

197

Electrical and Computer Engineering Program

Electrical and Computer Engineering Department

The Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Debre Behan University is at the forefront of education and cutting-edge research in electrical and computer engineering disciplines. The department emphasizes learning by doing and mentors its students to engage them in solving real-world challenges, gain leadership experiences and explore ways to solve problems at a national level, as engineering is a global field.

1. Undergraduate Program

Duration of the Program:

The program has 5-year duration, including industry internship semester, which prepares graduates for careers as professional engineers.

Rationale of the Program:

  • The basic rationale for all of the Department’s programs are the prevailing conditions in the country with respect to the needs for professionals in this area and the future trends that are developing in the demands for the profession.
  • Ethiopia is a user of products of Electrical and Computer Engineering technology. So far, the undergraduate program is designed so as to meet the needs of the main employers of the graduates in the operation and maintenance of electrical and electronic equipment and machines. To meet these needs the program is made broad enough to cover most major areas of electrical engineering such as power, electronics, communications, control, and computers without any particular specialization.
  • With the advent of microelectronics, computers and computer-based equipment have found wider application in industry and other sectors. The declining prices for these equipment’s have also made them affordable and therefore accessible to large segments in industry. Computer applications have now been diversified and the traditional use of the computer in data processing and other computational application are only a small part of these diverse applications.
  • The convergence of computers and communication technologies has made it imperative to provide education that imports knowledge and skill in these two fields concurrently.
  • The aim is to produce electrical engineers who are flexible across various disciplines and are able to apply their knowledge and skills to lead multi-disciplinary teams to solve the increasingly complex problems of the industry and technology.

 The department currently conducts teaching learning process in the following four major socialization areas in undergraduate program.

@ Electrical and Computer Engineering with Electronic Communication Engineering Focus

  • Design and test electronic communication circuits.
  • Design and maximize the utilization of communication network efficiently and with the least possible delay and adequate quality.
  • Able to carry out research in the area of system design/networking and bring solution in operational settings.
  • Able to solve problems in intensive signal processing and routing of information packets.

Degree Nomenclature:

  • “Bachelor of Science Degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering (Electronic Communications Focus)”

የሳይንስ ባችለር ዲግሪ በኤሌክትሪካልና ኮምፒዩተር ምህንድስና (ኮምዩኒኬሽን ዘርፍ)

@ Electrical and Computer Engineering with Electrical Power Engineering Focus

  • Plan, design, analyze, develop, operate, control and maintain of electrical power plants (thermal, hydro, renewable), power apparatus and protection system.
  • Plan, design, analyze and develop power transmission and distribution system.
  • Design, analyze, construct, install, control, operate and maintain electrical machines, power electronic devices and drives.

Degree Nomenclature:

  • “Bachelor of Science Degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering (Electrical Power Focus )”

የሳይንስባችለር ዲግሪ በኤሌክትሪካልና ኮምፒዩተር ምህንድስና (ኤሌክትሪካል ፓወር ዘርፍ)

@ Electrical and Computer Engineering with Computer Engineering Focus

  • Design, develop, analyze and test the hardware and software for systems applicable to any industries, business, hospitals, institutions and offices.
  • Install, operate and maintain computer systems.
  • Work as a computer hardware engineer, software engineer, system analyst, data communication analyst, computer network engineer, database analyst, data administrator, network administrator, information systems quality assurance analyst, information system consultant, system tester, system security analyst, customer support analyst, system auditor, computer service engineer, web designer, webmaster, interactive media developer. 

Degree Nomenclature:

  • “Bachelor of Science Degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering (Computer Engineering Focus)”

የሳይንስ ባችለር ዲግሪ በኤሌክትሪካልና ኮምፒዩተር ምህንድስና (ኮምፒውተር ዘርፍ)

@ Electrical and Computer Engineering with Industrial Control Focus

  • Design, develop and analyze control and instrumentation system applied for monitoring, data acquisition and data analysis of electrical and non-electrical systems including digital, analogue, robust and higher order controllers.
  • Plan, produce, install, implement, operate and maintain the control and instrumentation systems.

Degree Nomenclature:

  • “Bachelor of Science Degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering (Industrial Control Focus )”

የሳይንስባችለር ዲግሪ በኤሌክትሪካልና ኮምፒዩተር ምህንድስና (ኤንዱስትሪያል ኮንትሮል ዘርፍ)

2. Postgraduate Program

Currently the department gives postgraduate study in Electrical Power Engineering specialization with a regular period of study of 2 years with 4 semesters.  

Objectives of the program:

  • To produce graduates with full professional competence in the field of power engineering to serve the nation.
  • To provide strong foundation in power system engineering necessary to solve and analyze power system problems.
  • To provide necessary foundation on computational platforms and software applications related to the respective power engineering.
  • To carry out research in the field of power engineering issues in the country.

Degree Nomenclature:

On successful completion of the program, the degree awarded will be:

In English: Master of Science Degree in Electrical Power Engineering

In Amharic:  የሳይንስ ማስተር ድግሪ በኤሌክትሪካል ፓወር ምህንድስና

198

About College of Engineering

Under Construction

199

Information Technology Program

Educational Objectives and Competency Profile

IT programs aim to provide IT graduates with the skills and knowledge to take on appropriate professional positions in Information Technology upon graduation and grow into leadership positions or pursue research or graduate studies in the field. Specifically, a student must be able to:

  • Explain and apply appropriate information technologies and employ appropriate methodologies to help an individual or organization achieve its goals and objectives;

  • Manage the information technology resources of an individual or organization;

  • Anticipate the changing direction of information technology and evaluate and communicate the likely utility of new technologies to an individual or organization;

  • Understand and for some to contribute to the scientific, mathematical and theoretical foundations on which information technologies are built;

  • Live and work as a contributing, well-rounded member of society.

GRADUATE PROFILE

In general, the graduates of the program will have the ability to:

  1. Implement, maintain and manage information technology resources and services

  2. use and apply current technical concepts and practice in the core information technologies;

  3. Analyze, identify and define the IT requirements that must be satisfied to address problems or opportunities faced by organizations or individuals.

  4. Design effective and usable IT-based solutions and integrate them into the user environment;

  5. Design and implement computer networks

  6. Identify and evaluate current and emerging technologies and assess their applicability to address the user’s needs;

  7. Analyze the impact of technology on individual, organization and society.

  8. Assist in the creation of an effective IT project plan.

  9. Analyze, adopt and demonstrate IT best practices, standards and their application.

  10. Manage and administer computer networks

  11. Demonstrate independent critical thinking and problem solving skill

  12. Collaborate in teams to accomplish a common goal by integrating personal initiatives and group cooperation.

  13. Communicate effectively and efficiently with clients, users and peers both verbally and in writing, using appropriate terminology.

  14. Implement, maintain and manage Web based and multimedia systems and services.

  15. Implement maintain and manage data and database systems.

  16. Understand and practice professional ethics and values

  17. Recognize the need for continued learning throughout their career

ENTRY AND ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

Admission requirements would be similar to the general institutional requirements. That is, the student should complete preparatory level education and the entry point is determined accordingly by the Ministry of Education for the regular students whereas the admission criteria for distance and continuing education program are as per the University’s requirement.

COURSE OF STUDY

As revised at national level the course of study of the program is four years and in these years there are eight semesters i.e. two semesters per academic year (each semester has 16 weeks of which 15 weeks of effective teaching-learning and one week for administering examinations)

200

Computer Science Program

Educational Objectives and Competency Profile 

The primary objective of the program is to produce a high quality graduate with an entrepreneurial and problem-solving mindset. The specific objectives of the program are:

Educating and training students for the very dynamic and rapidly changing science and technology market.

Educating and training students to become life-long learners by providing them with a sound base in computer science, basic sciences as well as general education.

Motivating students to become innovators who can respond very positively to the challenges and opportunities presented by new ideas and technologies.

Laying a strong foundation for, and instilling confidence in students who may want to pursue post-graduate studies later in life.

Program Outcomes 

  • The program will produces a graduate who will be able to:
  • Have thorough understanding of theories, principles and methods in computer science;
  • Articulate & demonstrate effectively computer & transferable knowledge& skills on computer science practices, theories & principles;
  • Elicit user requirements for information system development;
  • Analyze, design, develop & maintain software’s (Application & System software)
  • Analyze, design, implement& administer computer networks
  • Analyze, design, develop& administer database systems.
  • Maintain & administer computer based information systems
  • Analyze, design, develop, maintain, and administer web based applications,
  • Apply the concept of professional practices and ethics
  • Assist, participate and contribute in research activities in the area of computer science
  • Design, analyze and implement computer algorithms 

Entry and Admission Requirements

Admission requirements would be similar to the general institutional requirements. That is, the student should complete preparatory level education and the entry point is determined accordingly by the Ministry of Education for the regular students whereas the admission criteria for distance and continuing education program are as per the University’s requirement.

Course of Study

As revised at national level the course of study of the Computer Science program is a four year program. And in this four years there are eight semesters i.e. two semesters per academic year.

Structure of the program

The program has for years with two semesters in each year. And each semester has 15 weeks of effective teaching learning, and one week for administering examinations.

Evaluation system

The overall student’s workload in ECTS credit point is 234, with an average of 29 ECTS/semester. The modules are categorized in to the following categories:

Field Specific Basic Sciences

Field Specific Specialization

Non Field Specific Subjects

Practice and Project

201

About College of Computing

Computers are magnificent tools for the realization of our dreams, but no machine can replace the human spark of spirit, compassion, love, and understanding.

Louis V. Gerstner, Jr

Vision 

College of Computing aspires to be the chosen college of academic and professional excellence in the field of Computing.

Mission 

  • Excellence in education, providing the nation with computer scientists having a core of knowledge allowing them to adapt to a rapidly changing technology and providing industry, universities and government with the next generation of leaders in the field;
  • Excellence in academic and research-achieved by tackling problems of real-world complexity – with the potential for significant long-term impact on the fields of multidisciplinary computing; 
  • Excellence in working with industry, government, educators and the community to advance computing and to serve the needs of these organizations and groups.

This mission is achieved through the following specific actions: 

  • Delivering quality professional education in both the undergraduate program and graduate programs
  • Strengthening existing graduate and undergraduate programs and opening up new ones Engaging in research activities that advance knowledge
  • Building partnership with industry and government to transfer knowledge
  • Extending our services and expertise to the community at large and thereby contributing to social, intellectual, and economic development of the nation. 

Values

In Computing College, we believe that our success rests on these four pillars. 

Leadership in education: From the beginning, we designed our programs to prepare our students to be leaders in academia and industry. Our postgraduate programs believe strongly in research from day one, and we consistently monitor our graduate curriculum to ensure that it’s a perfect balance of rigor and flexibility. Our enthusiasm for undergraduate education is unparalleled, and we are consistently working to make our graduates be competent in the nation. 

The quality and impact of our research: We strive for both high-quality, high impact research, collaboratively and across disciplines. We build things for real users with real-world impact. And we think big, taking risks in our research agendas to support uncommon research areas, to start uncharted research areas, and to dream of projects beyond what a single faculty member could accomplish alone. 

A supportive culture that brings out the best in people: We live by the Reasonable Person Principle, which relies on mutual trust and support among all faculty, staff and students. We take collective responsibility for our students and faculty, through shared oversight of graduate students and faculty processes, like assigning teaching duties. We presume success, and admit or hire only those candidates we expect to excel. 

Diversity: Students and staffs in our college are in full respect of diversification. We believe in unity with diversity.

Research, Project and Community Service 

Computing college is working on different research areas and serving the community in addition to the learning-teaching activities. 

Research

Computing College is working on the following computing research areas through research loving staffs to solve problems in the field across the nation.

Data mining: Automated prediction of trends and behaviours, automated discovery of previously unknown patterns, artificial neural networks, etc

Compiler Design and Machine learning: working on local languages to make the machine understand them for future national projects.

Wireless Sensor Network: Detecting, monitoring and managing disasters (especially draught), precision agriculture, irrigation management

ICT on Agriculture: the contribution of ICT to implement modern and automated systems for Ethiopian farmers.

ICT on Health: the application of ICT to support current health care activities and diagnostics. 

Projects

Computing college is working on the following automation projects to support the academics, research and administrative tasks.

Integrated Library System: computing college instructor developed integrated library system for DBU and now the library is fully automated.

Biometric Attendance Management System: computing college instructors are working to automate DBU students and administrative workers’ attendance and to make the system to be automated.

Compliance Management System: Instructors in computing college are working to handle different complains through automated systems to support DBU administration for faster decision making.

Class Scheduling System (Advanced): computing college instructors are developing Advanced Class Scheduling system to handle courses, class rooms and instructors according to DBU academic calendar through online automated systems.

Human Resource Management System: computing college is gathering requirements to automate DBU human resource management system and make the task of HRM be easier. 

Community service

Our college is serving DBU and the outsider communities through training and consultancy in the field of computing. We are working by providing medium and high level trainings for high school Information Technology teachers. Fr different staffs of DBU, our college is providing trainings on special software. Computing college instructors are supporting any interested students to provide consultancy and training according to their interest and specialization. 

Departments and programs 

Undergraduate Regular 

  • Department of Computer Science
  • Department of Information Technology
  • Department of Information Systems 

Postgraduate Regular (MSc) 

  • Information Systems 

Undergraduate Extension 

  • Department of Computer Science 
  • Department of Information Technology 

Postgraduate Extension (MSc) 

  • Information Systems 

Undergraduate summer 

  • Information Technology 

Programs to be launched in 2009 E.C 

Undergraduate (BSc) 

  • Software Engineering 

Postgraduate (MSc) 

  • Computer Networking 

Facilities 

Currently there are 12 well-furnished computer laboratories with internet connection through wired and wi-fi network. There is also well organized library including most of the books according to the curriculum of the departments. 

Quick Facts about Computing College

Instructors on duty 

Academic Rank

Male

Female

Total

PhD Scholars ( waiting for Dissertation

3

0

3

Defence)

 

 

 

Lecturer

25

3

28

Asst. Lecturer

11

0

11

Graduate Assistance

8

5

13

 

Total Number of Instructors

 

55

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Instructors on Education 

Study Level

Male

 

Female

Total

PhD

4

 

1

5

MSc

14

 

2

16

 

 

Total Number of Instructors

21

 

 

Students’ Data 

Undergraduate Regular 

Male

Female

Total

458

292

750

Postgraduate Regular

 

 

 

 

 

Male

Female

Total

13

1

14

Undergraduate Extension

 

 

 

 

 

Male

Female

Total

86

93

179

Postgraduate Extension

 

 

 

 

 

Male

Female

Total

10

1

11

Undergraduate summer

 

 

 

 

 

Male

Female

Total

829

282

1111

  

Contact Address: 0118961044 

202

About Academics

Teaching-Learning Core Business Process

The Ethiopian Higher Education system sees in its vision that higher education institutions are responsible for building a democratic system and good governance on the basis of public interest and participation well as producing competent and responsible citizens through research based higher education.

Vision

DBU has a vision to be one of the known universities in the middle income countries in the world in terms of higher education, research and social services which it offers.

Mission

In its mission DBU is committed to:

  • Producing competent citizens through offering quality and research-based higher education;
  • Providing community services and conducting research based on the interests of stakeholders (the society, the government, employers, NGOS);
  • Contributing its role in ensuring a democratic nation, good governance and the millennium development goals of the county;
  • Combating HIV/AIDS, supporting people with special needs and mainstreaming the issue of gender equality on and off the university’s campus.

The Learning-Teaching Core Business Process has established Colleges, Schools, an Institute and a Department offering programmers in different fields of study. The Colleges, Schools, the Institute and the Department are the following:

  • School of Computing Science
  • School of Engineering
  • School of Health Science
  • School of Postgraduate Studies
  • Institute of Education
  • College of Natural and Computational Science
  • College of Business and Economics
  • College of Agriculture and Natural Resource Science
  • College of Social Science and Humanities
  • Department of Distance and Continuing Education 

The Learning-Teaching Core Business Process persistently adheres to the implementation of quarterly-based course delivery system, active learning methods and continuous assessment in order to provide students with the opportunity to actively and effectively participate in learning-teaching activities, and thereby satisfy their ultimate educational needs and goals. In this regard, the academic staff of the university, through updating their knowledge and performance with broadband internet services of the university and with training offered by the university on active learning methods, continuous assessment and action research, make decisive professional endeavors to provide the students with required knowledge, skills and attitudinal change. 

The Learning-Teaching Core Business Process is now striving hard to introduce contemporary academic practices so as to bring about costumers and stakeholders satisfaction in line with vision and mission of the university.

Contact Info: 

Tel: 0116816806

Fax- 0116812065

P.O.Box445. 
Debre-Berhan, Ethiopia

203

Academic Calendar

204

About Library

General information about DBU Libraries

DebreBerhan University was established by proclamation No 351/1995 which was passed by the parliaments and its building was started in 1997 E.C.  As far as DBU Library service was concerned, initially, the students got service in one of the rooms which was given to the University by DebreBerhan Teacher Education and Vocational Training College. There were about 10,000 donated books by the Ministry of Education and the Amhara Development Association. Besides, the University created an opportunity for the students and teachers to use the college library, DebreBerhan Public Library and Mary Stops Library, and later on DebreBerhan University Library was started delivered services in its own building in1999 E.C.

The ultimate goals of DBU libraries are to support learning and teaching and research process conducted in the University. i.e.  is to provide access of information to support the objectives of its parent organization or the communities they serve. The library should be seen as an instrument of teaching alongside lecture and discussion methods and the librarian serves as a teacher, helping and guiding the students when they conduct research. This is achieved by acquiring materials, organizing them in a manner that permits easy access to their users and ensuring that such access is facilitated by helping and providing the necessary skills to the users on how to retrieve the required information.

Currently DBU Library’s has a stock of over 109,644 books and other documents. DBU Library was organized under the main Library and other branch libraries such as, Social Science Library, Law library, Postgraduate   and Females Library etc... Each Library avails full services including circulation, reference, Periodicals and documentation sections, thereby providing effective and efficient services. In addition, the libraries are expected to avail services for the users with special needs by providing resources, such as brail and other facilities. DBU Library is expected to have about 33,508 users (31,000 Students and 2,508 Academic i.e. Teachers 1317, Technical assistant 168 and foreign teachers 34/ and Administrative staff, 989).

1. Mission of the Library

Debre Berhan University Library serves and promotes the teaching, learning and research environment where information resources are made accessible for those who are engaged in the pursuit of knowledge and excellence in teaching, learning and research.

i.e. we are established to support learning, teaching and research process

This will be achieved through:

  • Selecting and acquiring relevant library materials, organize and provide access to information resources in print and electronic formats.
  • Providing facilities and services to all Library users.
  • Meeting instructional and research needs of the University’s community of Library users.
  • Providing information literacy training to all Library users and encourage self-reliance in selection and use of information resources.

2. Number of Libraries,Collections and seating capacity

DBU libraries have made a very good progress in increasing both the quality and quantity of its collection. The seating capacity of one main library and four branch libraries is 3478 at a time. According to the latest inventory, its present collection excluding periodicals is about 109,644 volumes of books and documents of different subjects. The Library is using open system and Library of congress classification system/LCC/.

In order to meet its objectives and easy access, DBU Library has organized its collection in one main library and four branch libraries attached to different Colleges of the library.

These are:

 

S.N.

Name of the library

Collection Number

Seating capacity

at a time

1.

Tesfa Gebreselassie Library  

70,805

1985

2.

Kebede Michael Library

16,054

459

3.

Females library 

13,138

640

4.

Law library

6,137

147

5.

Post graduate library

2000

222

6.

Brail Library

1510

25

 

TOTAL

109,644

3,478

 

For more Information Contact 

Simon W/Agegnehu W/Giorgis 

(Director of Debre Berhan University libraries)

Debre Berhan,Ethiopia 

Phone: 0911839612

E-mail: simonwondemagegnehu@gmail.com

 

 

 

 

 

205

Admission

Debre Berhan University, Office of Students’ Academic Record Center is responsible for

  • admission,

  • registration,

  • record keeping,

and academic status determination,

  • add/drop cases,

  • certification of graduates,

  • awarding of degrees, and so on.

The entire activities are performed with the help of Student Information Management System (SIMS) software.

 

Programs

Undergraduate programs

  • Admissions and/or placements to all regular undergraduate programs are processed through the Ministry of Education.
  • Criteria of admissions and enrollments into all undergraduate (and graduate) continuing and distance education programs shall be developed by the academic units concerned in consultation with the offices of Continuing and Distance Education (CDE) and  approved by the Admissions and Placement Committee (APC).
  • Admission to undergraduate programs shall be based on the completion of the preparatory secondary education and obtaining of the necessary pass mark in University Entrance Examination, and the equivalence established by the Ministry/Higher Education Relevance and Quality Assurance Agency for foreign students.
  • Admissions and enrollments to all programs are processed by the University Students’ Academic Record Center in consultation with the academic units concerned. 

Graduate programs

  • Admission to graduate programs shall be based on merits demanded by the academic units for the program. However, to fulfill the goal set for the expansion of higher education, the University shall give priority to candidates from public higher education institutions. Accordingly, the University shall plan, negotiate and decide upon the admission of students to its graduate programs jointly with the Ministry.
  • The minimum intake of a graduate program shall be five students. However, the optimum (minimum and maximum) number of students in the different graduate programs shall be determined by the respective DGC/SGC/ taking into consideration the number of staff, availability of space and demand for training and Approved by the Concerned body

 

206

College of Computing

Vision, Mission, Values and Strategic Themes of the College

Vision

Being the most preferable college by 2020.

Mission

Producing efficient graduates by offering quality based and research assisted higher education
Undertaking a problem solving research work, which focuses on national need and benefiting the community with outcome
Giving government and community focus training, consultancy service transferring technology and undertaking innovation


Strategic Themes

  • Excellence in Academic and research works
  • Operational excellence
  • Excellence in partnership and community participation
  • Expanding and modernizing facilities

Values

  • Common vision
  • Quality service
  • Attention to cross-cutting issues
  • Diversity
  • Professionalism
  • Effectiveness
  • Equality/equity

Overview of the College

College of computing was established in 2007 to achieve the growth and transformation plan by producing competent graduates in the field of Computer Science, Information technology and Information System. The college is working to provide quality education for the students who got admission according to 70:30 ratios to fulfill the current need of human resource in the field of computing science. College of computing is exerting more effort to make graduates to be competent in knowledge, skill and attitude in their field of study.

In addition to the learning and teaching process, the college is making appreciated progress in research and community service. The college believes in industry linkage and working to make more college-industry partnership to synchronize the performance of graduates and the need of ICT industries in the country.

Programs under college of computing

  • Under Graduate
  • Postgraduate

Departments under College of computing

Currently, the following are departments under each program in college of computing:

Undergraduate programs

  • Department of Computer Science
  • Department of Information Technology
  • Department of Information Systems

Postgraduate programs

Information Systems


Programs to be opened for the future

Postgraduate programs

  • Computer science
  • Information technology

Undergraduate Programs

Software Engineering 

 

 

 

207

Asrat Woldeyes Health Science Campus

Overview of Asrat Woldeyes Health Science Campus

The Institute of Medicine & Health Science formerly called college of Medicine & Health   Science was established in 2008 G.c. Currently the institute has tow colleges college of Medicine & College of Health Science. The institute works to achieve the growth & transformation plan by producing competent graduates in the field of Medicine, Nursing, and Midwifery & Public Health officer. The institute is dedicated to provide quality medical & Health Science Education for students who got admission in the university. In order to monitor & meet the standard of quality education  the institute has established quality center called medical & Health science education development center .The institute has total  of  71 teachers  11  skill lab assistant and 10 administration staffs. In addition to the teaching learning process the institute is actively participated in problem solving research & community services.  Under these   four programs currently the institute has a total of 753   students.

Vision, Mission, Values & strategic themes of the Institute.

Vision:

    Being the most preferable Institute by the year 2020 with excellence in the new medical education.

MISSION:

  • Producing efficient  medical  & health science graduates by  offering quality  & evidence based  medical & health since education
  • Undertaking problem solving research with a focus on national demand and increasing community benefit from the research outcome.
  • Providing community & government centered training, consultancy service and transferring new technology & undertaking innovation   on the area of health.            .

Strategic Themes

  • Excellence in maintaining the quality of medical & health  science education  
  • Excellence in under taking problem solving health science research.
  • Excellence in partnership & community participation.
  • Expanding & modernizing   medical & health science facilities
  • Excellence in provision of training & community health service

Values

  • Common vision
  • Quality service
  • Attention to cross cutting issue
  • Diversity
  • Professionalism
  • Effectiveness
  • Equity(equality)

Colleges under Institute of Medicine & Health Science  

  • College of medicine
  • College of health science

Programs under college of medicine

      Medicine (NIMEI)

Programs under college of health science

  •       Nursing
  •       Midwifery
  •       Public health officer

Program to be opened in the future

Post graduate program

      Mph (Master of Public Health)

Under graduate program

  •       Anesthesia
  •       Advance standing Midwifery  Program  
208

POST GRADUATE

Post graduate Courses :-

  

209

UNDER GRADUATE

Undergraduate Courses:-

1. School of Computing Science

  • Information technology
  • Information system
  • Computer science
  • Software Engineering

2. College of Engineering

  • Electrical  and Computer Engineering
  • Mechanical engineering
  • Civil engineering
  • Chemical engineering
  • Construction technology and management
  • Industrial Engineering
  • Survey Engineering
  • Food Processing  Engineering

3. College of Health Science

  • Nursing
  • Midwifery
  • Health officer
  • Pediatrics Nursing  
  • Neonatal Nursing  
  • Surgical Nursing
  • Medical Laboratory Science  

4. College of Medicine

  • Anesthesia
  • Medicine
  • Pharmacy

5. College of Natural and Computational Science

  • Biology
  • Chemistry
  • Physics
  • Mathematics
  • Sport science
  • Statistics
  • Biotechnology
  • Geology

6. College of Business and Economics

  • Management
  • Economics
  • Accounting and Finance
  • Tourism Management
  • Logistics and Supply Chain Management 
  • Marketing Management

7. College of Agriculture and Natural Resource Science

  • Plant science
  • Animal science
  • Natural resource management
  • Water resource and irrigation management  
  • Horticulture
  • Agricultural Economics

8. College of Social Science and Humanities

  • Geography and Environmental Studies
  • History and heritage management
  • Sociology
  • Psychology
  • English language and literature  
  • Amharic
  • Civics and ethical education
  • Journalism and Communication  

 9. College of Law

  • Law

 10. College of Education

  • Technical Drawing  /Summer/
  • Business Education /Summer/
  • Special Need Education / Summer/

     

     

 

 

 

 

 

210

College Of Business & Economics

Establishment

Our esteemed College was opened to deliver courses in three programs in 2007 one year after the inception of Debre Birhan University. The programs in which students are streamed to attend training include Management, Accounting and Economics. Previously the title given to the college was Faculty of Business and Economics. In the year 2009/10 as a result of BPR study, the entitlement of college was given. At the present the college is rendering services for regular and extension students.

Curriculum

The college has begun course delivery in Economics, Management and Accounting program under the national harmonized curriculum in 2008. Modular course offering came in to being in 2010 after Module books and course guide books were prepared by the modular teams of the college and endorsed by the senate meeting to implement it starting from first year. As a result, courses are offered to 1st year and 2nd year students under the new modularized curriculum. Third year students are being taught under the old harmonized curriculum. According to the new Modular curriculum, degree award will be possible if the students in accounting obtain grades in 37 courses that account 114 credit hours, for management students 39 courses that will account to 117 credit hours for economics students 39 courses that account 120 credit hours.

Future Plan

     Masters Program

The college is making all endeavors to extend its program in the future. The imminent training program is postgraduate program in Masters of Business Administration or Economics which will be materialized in two years time. The college is also expected to admit 2500 students from 2012 onwards. Hence, the college will make all efforts to commence new undergraduate training program.

 

211

About

Background

In June 2011, DBU College of Law was first established and commenced its operation on a department level under the College of Social Science and Humanities. The law program was launched with fifty regular and forty-one extension students enrolled in the LL.B program. During the time of its establishment, there were only four academics and one administrative staff. In 2012, the DBU law department was upgraded to a College level following a major restructuring of academic units in the university and had come a long way since then.

In 2018 academic year, the College launched its first LL.M program in Business and Investment Law. Currently, twenty-six students are enrolled in the LL.M program.

The number of academic staff has significantly reached above thirty and the number of students has quadrupled reaching two hundred and eighty-seven. In 2016, the first thirty-three batch of the regular LL.B program students have graduated after successfully passing the National Exit Examination.

Currently, eight of the academic staffs are on a PhD study leave working in the areas of Human Rights, Federalism, Tax and Investment, and International Trade Law; whereas two academic staffs of the College are pursuing their LL.M studies.

Engagements

Despite being one of the youngest academic units in the history of the university, the college is making major advancements. The College is striving to create a platform where academic and policy debates and discussions would take place. The college is working to build an epistemic community that would generate fresh insights and informs discourses and decision-making. It is for this strong desire that the college launched an initiative called ‘Eve of Friday Seminar’ with the intention to stimulate debates among our staff on contemporary topics.

Cognizant of the need to inspire our students and increase their exposure, the College also prepares public lectures where top-notch scholars are engaged in a conversation with the academic community. The College in collaboration with other stakeholders such as Amicus Media Promotion and Communication organized forums where students of the College debate on current issues. With a view to strengthening our student’s practical skills, the College organized and participated in various internal and external moot court competitions in which the College’s delegates were managed to show their outstanding performance. 

In addition, the College also believes that improving the capacity of the staff is crucial for the quality of legal education. To this end, the College supported the staff’s effort of capacity building as a result of which various academic staff took short and medium-term local as well as international training which enhanced their capacity. 

Beyond the teaching-learning process, the College is also deeply engaged with researching a wide range of topics that are relevant to the community of the North Shewa and beyond. Among others, our staff conducted empirical studies on various issues such as on the implementation of environmental impact assessment, inclusive education, accessibility of infrastructures for persons with disabilities, human trafficking, community policing, and on prisoner’s and consumer’s rights (for the list of research studies conducted by our staff, click here).

Over the past few years, with all its limitations, the College worked extensively to expand access to justice to vulnerable groups such as women and children through its free legal aid service center. The College renders service ranging from legal advice to court representation free of charge and these services play a significant role in ensuring access to justice in North Shewa Zone. 

So far the College provides the free legal aid service in four centers two of which are located at Debre Berhan while the remaining two are located in the neighboring towns of ShewaRobit and Chacha. In July 2013, since its establishment, the College’s free legal aid service served more than 10,000 clients and the service has an estimated value of more than 2.3 million Birr. In addition to the College’s academic staff, fourth and fifth-year law students also participate in the provision of the service with close supervision of the academic staff.

The College’s community service engagement also includes the provision of various training deemed to fill the gaps in the legal knowledge and skill. In this regard, the College provided numerous trainings to employees of various institutions of North Shewa Zone and Woreda under the Zone such as the Police; Women, Children and Youth Affairs; Labor and Social Affairs (click here for the list of some selected training programs conducted by the College’s staff).

We are also extending the tentacles of our community engagement in the area of environmental protection by establishing an Environmental Law Center within the College. This is in consideration of the rapid flow of investments in DebreBerhan town where the university is located. The town has been making a headline for ‘drooling investors’, both local and foreign, since recent times. Owing to its proximity to the center; sustainable peace; and quick investment service delivery, the town is attracting a large number of investors and emerging as an industrial hub in the country. While it is evident that these investments are opportunities that contribute to the economic development of the town and beyond, they are also environmental risks to the surrounding community.

In 2018, around one thousand seven hundred local residents approached DebreBerhan University College of Law Free Legal Aid Center seeking legal assistance against the pollution allegedly caused by a tannery. That triggered the College to establish a task force not only to respond to the complaints but also to extend its investigation on other factories which are claimed to be a pollutant. The task force composed of three senior members of the College academic staff selected four factories and conducted a thorough investigation in cahoots with environmental offices and enforcing agents. The findings were finally compiled as a report and submitted to the regional environmental office, which led a further investigation by a team of experts from the office and Abay Basin Authority. 

Inspired by the College’s contribution in bringing the matter to the attention of the relevant authorities and taking apposite legal measures, the College has decided to establish an ‘Environmental Law Center’ with the aim to:

  1. Conduct research and survey on environmental and sociological impacts of investment projects;
  2. Prepare well-arranged archive of research findings, laws and other related literature;
  3. Initiate and organize capacity building activities such as training, workshop, and experience sharing programs for stakeholders;
  4. Prepare and disseminate environmental law compliance guidebook;  
  5. Serve as a resource hub for any interested party;
  6. Sensitize and create public awareness of environmental standards;
  7. Systematically follow-up the performance of investment projects and release reports on their compliance or non-compliance with environmental laws and standards as well as the requirements regarding the use of natural resources;  
  8. Represent victims of environmental offenses before the court of law;
  9. Initiate and handle public interest litigation, before all levels of courts and administrative bodies/tribunals, against any one whose investment project is found to be violating environmental and natural resource laws, standards or requirements; and
  10. Engage the youth in environmental activism by creating and supporting environmental clubs, and organizing national debates on environmental issues. 

In this respect, we are collaborating with both the federal and the regional environmental offices to mitigate the environmental risks looming with the large inflows of investment.

Collaborations

The college is also collaborating with institutions both local and international to strengthen our engagement in academia, research, and community service. 

Currently, we are collaborating with institutions on the following projects:

The Belt and Road Initiative Leadership Education Network

The Belt and Road Initiative Leadership Education Network is a three-year project funded by the British Council UK-China-BRI Countries Partnership Fund and led by the African Leadership Centre (ALC), King’s College London, as a joint collaboration between: -

College of Law, Debre Berhan University; Centre for African Studies, Peking University; Institute for Development Studies, University of Nairobi; Department of Political Science, University of Pretoria; Department of Political Science and Public Administration, University of Buea; Department of History and International Studies, University of Jos; Department of International Relations, Obafemi Awolowo University; College of Law, Institute of African Studies, and the University of Legon. 

The project aims to utilise and adapt the ALC’s unique Leadership training programmes, to develop transferrable and scale-able Masters-level Global Leadership Modules through online and blended learning. In September 2019, as part of the project, DBU College was able to participate in the meeting of the “Universities Network on Global Leadership, Peace and Development: Creating Educational and Societal Transformation”, held in London

Addis Ababa University Centre for Human Right

In 2018, DBU College of Law and Addis Ababa University Centre for Human Rights started collaboration after the Centre donated 250,000 Birr to the College of Law legal aid service.  The College utilized the donation by undertaking its legal aid service which in return benefited thousands of clients. Since 2019, Addis Ababa University Centre for Human Rights opened the Centre intended to promote human rights of vulnerable groups; and provision of legal aid service. In this respect, the staff of the DBU College participated in the delivery of the service and the promotion of human rights through local radio programs.

 

Contact us

Dean Office

Tell: +2518961088

Email: dbucl@dbu.edu.et                             

Facebook: DBUCL-Debre Berhan University, College of Law/ ደብረ ብርሃን ዩኒቨርሲቲ- ሕግ ኮሌጅ (https://www.facebook.com/DBUCL-Debre-Berhan-University-College-of-Law-%E1%8B%B0%E1%89%A5%E1%88%A8 %E1%89%A5%E1%88%AD%E1%88%83%E1%8A%95-%E1%8B%A9%E1%8A%92%E1%89%A8%E1%88%AD%E1%88%B2%E1%89%B2-%E1%88%95%E1%8C%8D-%E1%8A%AE%E1%88%8C%E1%8C%85-581636598866260/)

 

 

 

 

 

212

COLLEGE OF EDUCATION

College of Education overview

Vision

The College of Education (COE) at the University of Debre Berhan, envisions a state and nation where every individual has equal access to life-long learning and opportunities for healthy development and where each person’s distinct abilities are cultivated from potential to achievement. We bring to this vision a dedicated and highly-regarded faculty, staff, and student, committed to equity and social justice, who encirclement diversity and community as central to the process and outcomes of education, and who seek and bring research-based innovation to our most intractable educational problems.

College Priorities 

Equity and Diversity

We will become a renowned institution which improves the educational opportunities and outcomes in classrooms filled with diverse learners by preparing and supporting educational and human development researchers, practitioners and leaders committed to goals of equity and achievement for all.

Innovation and Creativity

The COE will become an influential institution for using the learning sciences to understand how people learn in the 21st century.

Research

We will create research-based knowledge that will guide and enable all stakeholders to work, prosper, and make informed decisions as the boundaries of knowledge continue to expand. 

Partnerships

Through partnerships, the College of Education will be a catalyst for learning, research, and action. 

Resource Allocation and Administrative Efficiency

To fulfill the university’s vision, the College will commit to the highest standards for efficient and effective use of its resources. Maximize operational efficiency at all activities. 

Academic Expansion

The COE is committed to providing the highest quality graduate and professional education at Doctoral and Master’s levels. College of Education will offer Master and doctoral degrees, programs which provide in advance both programs place COE will be the finest in Ethiopia.

Goal 

To support the University’s vision to transform while enhancing the college’s build nationwide, the COE will intensify its efforts to offer its own majors and students across campus an outstanding and rigorous educational experience. There will be:-

  • Continuous improvement of teacher education programs, so that graduates can develop and implement equitable, relevant learning opportunities for students, including those with special needs, in diverse classrooms;
  • Access to high quality learning experiences for majors outside the formal classroom;
  • Opportunities for students in other majors to engage in issues related to teaching, learning, and human development, especially with regard to equity and diversity as part of their general education; and
  • Research opportunities in which students can explore current challenges and issues in teaching, learning, and human development.
  • Service to the community through regular reports detailing how high achieving high school graduates succeed at public higher education institutions.

መማር ማስተማር

ደብረ ብርሃን ዩኒቨርሲቲ በ1999 ዓ.ም የመማር ማስተማሩን ስራ የጀመረው በEducation Faculty በ7 Department እንደመሆኑ መጠን በመደበኛው መርሀ-ግብር 955 ምሩቃንን በዘርፉ አፍርቷል፡፡

በአሁኑ ሰዓት በክረምቱ መርሀ-ግብር ከመላ ሀገሪቱ የተውጣጡ ዳይሬክተሮችና ሱፐርቫይዘሮችን በመቀበል በትምህርት አመራርና አስተዳደር (Educational Planning and Management/EdPM) የመጀመሪያ ዲግሪ ለመስጠት በ2ዐዐ3 ዓ.ም የጀመረ ሲሆን፡-

  • EdPM………..…498 ተማሪዎች
  • PGDT……..……335 ተማሪዎች በአግባቡ እያስተናገደ የሚገኝ ኮሌጅ ነው፡፡ 

በ2ዐዐ8 ዓ.ም 5ዐዐ የሚሆኑ የPGDT ተማሪዎችን ተቀብሎ ለማሰልጠን በዝግጅት ላይ ይገኛል፡፡

HDP ስልጠና 

የስነ-ትምህርት ኮሌጅ በዩኒቨርሲቲው ዕቅድ በመመራት የትምህርት ጥራት ለማምጣትና ለማስጠበቅ የሚያደርገውን ጥረት ከመቼውም ጊዜ በበለጠ ትጋት በማገዝ ላይ ይገኛል፡፡ ይኸውም በኮሌጁ ስር ያሉትን የስነ-ትምህርት ባለሙያዎች በማስተባበር በቀጥታ በመማር ማስተማሩ ተግባር ከመሰማራት በተጨማሪ በልዩ ልዩ የአቅም ግንባታ ተግባራትን በማከናወን ላይ ይገኛል፡፡ ደብረ ብርሃን ዩኒቨርሲቲን ጨምሮ በሌሎችም የከፍተኛ ትምህርት ተቋማት የሚሰጠውን የትምህርት ጥራት ለማምጣትና ለማስጠበቅ የሚቻለው የመምህራኑን የማስተማር ብቃት ወደ ላቀ ደረጃ ማድረስ ነው፡፡ ይህም በመሆኑ የስነ-ትምህርት ኮሌጅ ዩኒቨርሲቲው ከተመሰረተ ጀምሮ በየዓመቱ በርካታ መምህራንን HDP በማሰልጠን አስመርቆ ወደ ስራ አሰማርቷል፡፡ HDP በአጠቃላይ መልኩ የመምህራንን የማስተማር ጥበብ ዘመናችን በሚፈቅደው ዓይነት በተግባራዊ ልምምድ ጭምር የሚሰለጥኑበት በመሆኑ ለከፍተኛ ትምህርት ተቋም መምህራን እንደሙያ ፈቃድ የሚወሰድ ሆኗል፡፡

ከ2ዐዐዐ ዓ.ም ጀምሮ እስከ 2ዐዐ5 ዓ.ም ከዩኒቨርሲቲው መምህራን በተጨማሪ ከደ/ብርሃን መምህራን ኮሌጅ እና ከደ/ብርሃን ጤና ሳይንስ ኮሌጅ 438 መምህራን ለምረቃ ያበቃ ሲሆን በያዝነው 2ዐዐ7 የትምህርት ዘመንም 40 መምህራን ለመመረቅ የሚያመቃቸውን ስልጠናና ተግባር እያከናወኑ ናቸው፡፡

በዩኒቨርሲቲው ከምንሰጠው የHDP ስልጠና በተጨማሪ ትምህርት ሚኒስቴር በሰጠን ኃላፊነት መሰረት በደብረ ብርሃን መምህራን ኮሌጅ የሚሰጠውን የHDP ስልጠና ካሁን ቀደም እንዳደረግነው ሁሉ የModeration /ክትትል/ ስራ በወር 1 ጊዜ በማድረግ ስልጠናው ደረጃውን የጠበቀ መሆኑን እያረጋገጥን እንገኛለን፡፡

ስነ-ትምህርት ኮሌጅ በዩኒቨርሲቲው የሚሰጠውን ትምህርት ጥራት ለማስጠበቅ የመምህራን አቅም በትምህርት ዘመኑ መጀመሪያ ከሚገነባባቸው አይቀሬ የስልጠና መስኮች አንዱ ልዩ ልዩ ስነ-ትምህራታዊ /Education/ ስልጠና ሲሆን በዚህ ስልጠና Student Centered Teaching and

Learning Approach, Active Learning, Continuous Assessment, Measurement and Evaluation እና Modular Approach of Teaching and Learning System ተካተውበት በዩኒቨርሲቲው አዲስ ለተቀጠሩ፣ ከትምህርት ለተመለሱና በዝውውር ለተመደቡ መምህራን ሲሰጥ ቆይቷል እየሰጠም ይገኛል፡፡  

ማህበረሰብ አገልግሎት 

የስነ-ትምህርት ኮሌጅ በዩኒቨርሲቲው በሚሰጠው የማህበረሰብ አገልግሎት መስክ ትምህርት ጥራት ለማስጠበቅ ልዩ ልዩ ስልጠናዎች በመስጠት ጉልህ አስተዋጽኦ እያደረገ እንደሚገኝ እሙን ነው በዚህም መሰረት፡- 

  • ከማህበረሰብ አገልግሎት እና ከማህበራዊ ሳይንስ እና ሂዩማኒቲስ ኮሌጅ ጋር በመተባበር በ9 ዓይነት የስልጠና ዘርፎች ማለትም /በተግባራዊ ጥናትና ምርምር፣ በመሰረታዊ የትምህርት መርጃ መሳሪያዎች አዘገጃጀት፣ የልዩ ፍላጐት ተማሪዎች ክትትልና ድጋፍ፣ የእንግሊዘኛ ቋንቋ ክህሎቶች፣ በፈተና አዘገጃጀት፣ በተከታታይ ምዘና፣ እለታዊና ዓመታዊ የትምህርት ዕቅድ አዘገጃጀት፣ በኘሮጀክት አዘገጃጀት እና የምክር አገልግሎት አሰጣጥ እና ስነ-ዘዴ ለተለያዩ ጉድኝት ማዕከላት፣ ለመደበኛ ት/ቤቶችና ሳተላይት ት/ቤቶች ስልጠናዎቹን በተጠናከረ መልኩ እየሰጠ ይገኛል፡፡  

ጥናትና ምርምር 

ስነ-ትምህርት ኮሌጅ በዩኒቨርሲቲው የሚሰጠውን ትምህርት ጥራት ለማስጠበቅ ችግር ፈቺ የሆነ ጥናትና ምርምር አካሂዷል፡፡ 

ሀገራዊ ፋይዳ ያለው ችግር ፈቺ ጥናትና ምርምር ማካሄድ በ2ዐዐ7 ዓ.ም ከተቀመጡ ቁልፍ የውጤት መስኮች አንዱና ዋነኛው ሲሆን የስነ-ትምህርት ኮሌጅም ይህንን የዓመቱን ቁልፍ የውጤት መስክ ለማሳካት ባስቀመጠው ዕቅድ መሰረት 3 የተጀመሩ ጥናቶች እያካሄደ ይገኛል፡፡

የእንግሊዘኛ ቋንቋ ማሻሻያ ማዕከል /ELIC/ 

በከፍተኛ የትምህርት ተቋም ውስጥ የማስተማሪያ ቋንቋው እንግሊዘኛ እንደመሆኑ መጠን የእንግሊዘኛ ቋንቋ ማሻሻያ ማዕከል /ELIC/ የተለያዩ የእንግሊዘኛ ማሻሻያ ኘሮግራሞችን በማዘጋጀት የመምህራንን ብሎም የተማሪዎችን የእንግሊዘኛ ቋንቋ ክህሎት ለማዳበር በእጅጉ እየተነቀሳቀሰ ያለ ማዕከል ሲሆን በእዚህኛውም ዓመት የተለያዩ የክርክር መድረኮችን በተለያዩ ርዕሰ ጉዳዮች በማዘጋጀት፣ የፊልም ምሽቶችን በማዘጋጀት እና እንዲሁም ለት/ቤቶች የተለያዩ የእንግሊዘኛ ቋንቋ ማሻሻያ ስልጠናዎችን በመስጠት ላይ  የሚገኙ ማዕከል ነው፡፡ 

 

213

College of Agriculture & Natural Resource Science

Overview of the College                                      

The College of Agriculture and Natural Resource Sciences, was established in 2007/2008 academic year, with two under graduate programs; Department of Animal Science and Plant Science. This year, 2018, is 10th anniversary of the founding of our College. At this time we have; Agricultural Economics, Animal Science, Horticulture, Natural resource management and Plant science departments in under graduate programs and six post graduate programs (Agronomy, Animal Nutrition, Animal Production, Plant Protection, Soil Science and Soil and Water Conservation). In addition, we are doing need assessment, curriculum development and validation activities for different undergraduate (e.g. Agricultural Extension and Rural Development, Forestry, Veterinary Laboratory Technician, etc.) and graduate programs (e.g. Animal Breeding, Agro-forestry, Plant breeding, Horticulture, Wild life and Ecotourism, etc.).

Currently our college has over 800 students, 97 academic staffs, 18 administrative staffs and 9 technical assistants. In addition to teaching learning, we engaged in different research activities and community services which are reserved by the university in different agro ecological sites (Such as Ankober Herbal medicine preparation and biodiversity conservation project, Shewarobit Project and research center,  Debre meaza, Chacha and Metehbilla) to improve the livelihoods of nearby community. We also try to collaborate with local, regional, national and international organizations who are working in agricultural sector.  

Vision and Mission of the College

Vision

To be center of excellence for the University and College of choice among other Agricultural Colleges in the country by 2020.

Mission

  •  Producing competent graduates by providing research assisted quality education,
  •  Doing need based and problem solving researches and
  •  Providing community service based on the research outputs

Under graduate programs in the college

  •   Department of Agricultural Economics
  •   Department of Animal Science
  •   Department of Horticulture
  •   Department of Natural Resource Management
  •   Department of Plant Science

Graduate programs in the college

  •   MSc. in Animal Nutrition
  •   MSc. in Animal Production
  •   MSc. in Agronomy
  •   MSc. in Plant Protection
  •   MSc. in Soil Science
  •   MSc. in Soil Science and Water Conservation
214

COLLEGE OF NATURAL AND COMPUTATIONAL SCIENCE

College of natural and computational science has been established in 2009 by admitting 209 students in four departments. Currently it has five departments. i.e.,Biology, chemistry, physics, mathematics, sport science and under mathematics department there is post graduate program which is called mathematical modeling.

Vision

To be the college of choice and center of excellence for Debre Berhan University.

Mission

CNCS producing highly qualified professionals in the field of science by offering standard and research based higher education/training. Undergoing thematical and problem solving research’s in science and related issues for the benefit of the society/country. Providing need-based community services to the surrounding community.

 

215

About

የፕላንና መረጃ ዳይሬክቶሬት

 1.1.  የክፍሉ ሚና

የተቋሙን የዕድገት አቅጣጫ የሚያመላክት አሳታፊ የረጅም እና አጭር ጊዜ ዕቅድ ማዘጋጀት፣ ሥራ ላይ መዋሉን መከታተልና መገምገም፤

የአፈፃፀም ሪፖርቶችን ከሚመለከታቸው ዘርፎች በማሰባሰብ አጠናቅሮ በካውንስል፤ በማኔጅመንት ኮሚቴ እና በቦርድ በማስገምገም ለት/ሚ/ር እና በተወካዮች ምክር ቤት ለሠው ሀብት ቋሚ ኮሚቴ ማስተላለፍ፤

የዩኒቨርሲቲውን የተለያዩ መረጃዎችን አሰባስቦ በማጠናቀር እና በማደራጀት ለሚመለከተው አካል በወቅቱ ማቅረብና መረጃውን ተደራሽ ማድረግ እንዲሁም የዩኒቨርሲቲውን ፕሮግራም በጀት ጥያቄ ማዘጋጀት እና የተመደበው የመደበኛ፤ የካፒታል እና የውስጥ ገቢ በአግባቡ ለታሰበው ሥራ መዋሉን መከታተል ነው፡፡

1.2. የክፍሉ ራዕይ

በ2012 በዕቅድ የሚመራና በዘመናዊ መረጃ የተደራጀ ዳይሬክቶሬት መሆን::

1.3. የክፍሉ እሴቶች

  • ዕቅድ ለውጤት
  • የተደራጀ መረጃ
  • ጥራት ያለው አገልግሎት
  • ተነሳሽነት
  • በተናጠል /በቡድን መስራት
  • ውጤታማነት
  • ምቹ ከባቢ ለሠራተኞች

 1.3. በዳይሬክቶሬቱ የሚሰጡ አገልግሎቶች

 1.3.1. ዕቅድንበተመለከተ፡-

  • የተቋሙን መሪ ዕቅድ በበጀት ዓመቱ መጀመሪያ ወር ላይ አዘጋጅቶ ለክፍሎች መላክ፣
  • ሁሉምየሥራሂደቶች /ክፍሎች ዕቅዱን አዘጋጅተው በላኩልን 1 ወር ውስጥ የተቋሙን ዋና ዕቅድ በማዘጋጀት ለሚመለከታቸው አካላት መላክ፣
  • ሁሉም የሥራሂደቶች/ ክፍሎች የተከለሰ ዕቅድ አዘጋጅተው ባመጡልን በ15 የሥራ ቀናት ውስጥ የማጠቃለል ሥራውን በማጠናቀር ለሚመለከታቸው ተደራሽ ማድረግ፣

1.3.2.  ሪፖርትን በተመለከተ፡-

  • የሩብ ዓመቱ እንደተጠናቀቀና የቀጣዩ ሩብ አመት በጀመረ የመጀመሪያ ቀን ከሥራ ሂደቶች የተላከውን የሩብ አመት፣ እስከ ሩብ አመቱ ማጠቃለያ ያለውንና አመታዊ የተጠቃለለ የዕቅድ አፈፃፀም ሪፖረት ከዩኒቨርስቲው ዕቅድ አንፃር በማየት ማጠናቀር፣
  • የ6 ወራትና የአመቱን ሪፖርት እንደተጠናቀቀ በ2ኛው ቀን የተጠናቀረውን የዩኒቨርስቲውን የዕቅድ አፈፃፀም ሪፖርት በዩኒቨርሲቲው አስተዳደር ካውንስል ከተገመገመና፣ማሻሻያ ከተደረገ በኋላ በቦርድ እንዲገመገም ተደርጎ ማስተካከያ ማድረግ፣
  • በየደረጃው ተገምግሞ የደረሰንን ማስተካከያ ሀሳብ በመውሰድ እንደገና በማስተካከል ለትምህርት ሚኒስቴርና ለተወካዬች ምክር ቤት ሩብ አመቱ ተጠናቆ የቀጣዩ ሩብ አመት መጀመሪያ ወር በ9ኛው ቀን ማስተላለፍ፣
  • የሩብ አመቱ እና የተጠቃለለ የዩኒቨርስቲው የዕቅድ አፈፃፀም ሪፖርት ተገምግሞ ለሚመለከታቸው አካላት በተላከ  በ15 ቀን ውስጥ ግብረ መልስ ለሥራ ክፍሎች መላክ ፡፡
  • የበጀት ባለሙያ ከፋይናንስ ዳይሬክቶሬት ባለሙያዎች ጋር በመሆን መረጃዎችን በተከታታይ በማሰባሰብ የቀጣይ አመቱን እና የ 3 ዓመቱን ፕሮግራም በጀት ጥያቄን መጋቢት ወር ላይ ለገንዘብና ኢኮኖሚ ልማት ሚኒስቴር ማስተላለፍ፣ 

1.3.3.  መረጃን በተመለከተ፡-

  • በዳይሬክቶሬቱ ተጠናቅረው የሚገኙትን መረጀዎች በተጠየቁ  በ15 ደቂቃ ውስጥ እንሰጣለን፣
  • በእጃችን የሌሉ መረጃዎችን ከሌሎች በማሰባሰብ ለጠያቂ አካል መስጠት
  • ማንኛውንም የዕቅድ ፣ሪፖርትና መረጃ ሙያዊ ድጋፍ ለክፍሎቹ መስጠት፡፡
  • የተሰበሰቡ መረጃዎችን ማጠናከርና ትንተና ማድረግ / በግራፍ በሠንጠረዥ በየፋይላቸው ማጠናቀርና ለተጠቃሚ ማሠራጨት፡፡
216

ACADEMIC & QUALITY RELEVANCE DIRECTORATE

Mandate: The Directorate derives its mandate from the University’s vision to offer customer-based quality services and academic excellence, stated in its Learning-teaching Core Business Process (BPR) study report. Hence, the mandate of the Directorate is quality assurance and quality enhancement with a view to realize Debre Berhan University’s vision through a customer-based quality services and academic excellence.

Vision:  By developing Quality Assurance cultures, and Standards and Assessment Services in all programs of Debre Berhan University (DBU), the Directorate aspires DBU to excel in quality educational, and research and community services.

Mission: To establish, maintain and improve educational quality standards.

Background:  In accordance with higher education institution jurisdiction stated on proclamation No 650/2009 article 22, and the BPR document of DBU, the University established Academic Quality and Relevance Directorate in 2010 aiming at providing quality education and produce competent graduates. The directorate is headed by a Director and accountable to the office of the President. Though there have existed efforts to maintain quality in DBU since 2006, to further these efforts the Academic Quality Assurance and Relevance Directorate of DBU was initiated through the recommendations of the BPR document by 2010.

The Academic Quality Assurance and Relevance Directorate is close to 4 years of experience, and as young Directorate, it has made a remarkable progress in carrying out its mandates. To mention some major achievements of the Directorate, it has conducted an Institutional Quality Self Audit (in 2012) and facilitated an external Institutional Quality Audit by HERQA (in 2013). The Directorate also has formulated Quality Assurance policy based on the harmonized Quality Assurance policy developed by 12 heads of Quality Assurance of 12 Universities on a workshop hosted in Jimma University.

Now the Directorate is actively engaged in the following main activities: 1) Practicing a Self Audit exercise at a Program level and preparing a Self Evaluation Document of four programs (i.e. Medicine, Health officer, Civil Engineering and Electrical Engineering programs) to be submitted for HERQA in order to initiate external quality audit, 2) Developing quality assurance standards and guidelines, and 3) conducting a tracer study and others.

Objectives: To:-

  1. ensure the educational quality of all programs of DBU in accordance with all-round standards on the following dimensions of quality:
  2. the input qualities  (presage variables of quality) such as staff -student ratio, the quality of teaching staff, curriculum, the quality of students, learning resources, etc
  3. the process qualities (environment) how the input variables are organized and interact, such as the quality of teaching, independent study hours and total hours, formative assessment and feedback, quality enhancement process, the level of intellectual challenge and student engagement, the effects of research environment, class size, how the presage variables impact on the quantity and quality of students’ study effort and overall level of engagement, etc
  • product educational quality such as student performance and degree of quality, student retention and persistence, employability and graduate  destinations
  • To establish the culture of quality assurance among all programs of DBU.
  • To enhance quality assurance in DBU through the practice of internal and external quality audit both at program and institutional level
  • To assure educational quality services through the use of quality assurance policy, manuals and standards of assessment of academics, research and community service.

Core Values: 

Core values of the directorates are stated in the Quality Assurance Policy. The Quality Assurance Policy is an enhancement of the quality and standards of the student learning experience and the maintenance of academic standards in the context of an increasingly diverse student population. The following values which all members are expected to exercise in their daily performance of duties are delineated:

Community:The staff is committed to the establishment and maintenance of good and productive relationships among faculty members and between them and university management, students, and the community around the university.

Diversity: The staff accommodates and appreciates the contribution of all people including persons with different physical abilities, gender, race, religion, ethnic background, socio economic status and political ideology.

Love: The staff is committed to the cultivation of the spirit of love to all people within and outside the university.

Communication: We believe that most of the social and academic problems in various academic institutions are caused by poor communication. So we are committed to the creation of the environment which will facilitate communication between/among staff members and between them and university management.

Discipline: We value of personal and inter-personal discipline includes smartness, punctuality, unsupervised working, respect of authority and decent language and actions.

Justice: The staff highly values justice to all members irrespective of one’s physical, social, economic and ideological status. It is committed to the respect of human right, fair and timely treatment of all university members.

Integrity: The staff is committed to the cultivation of personal character by which one behaves with integrity both in words and actions. We expect all members to act with honesty, high academic and ethical standards, accountability and transparency.

Creativity: The staff is committed to the cultivation of spirit of creativity in the faculty members so that they are innovative in their daily performance of duties at university.

Commitment:The staff values the spirit of working with a high degree of commitment. Accordingly, it is determined to educate its members on the importance of commitment in the service to university.

Excellence: We highly value excellence in all academic and non- academic activities. We are committed to setting and maintenance of high standards of performance in academic and non-academic activities in the staff.

Productivity: The staff judges the degree of performance of its members not only by the number of hours one spends in doing a certain activity but also by the degree of productivity or achievement at the end of that activity.

Stewardship: The values committed to proper use, maintenance and development of the resources availed to the staff by the university.

217

Gender Directorate

1. የሥርዓተ ፆታ ዳይሬክቶሬት ተግባርና ኃላፊነት፣ ተልዕኮ፣ ራዕይ፣ እሴቶች

1.1.   ተግባርና ኃላፊነት

  • በዩኒቨርሲቲው በስርአተ ፆታ ጉዳይ ዙሪያ የሚታየውን የግንዛቤ ችግር መቅረፍ
  •  ወደ ተቋሙ የሚገቡትን ሴት ተማሪዎች በማብቃት ውጤታማ እዲሆኑ ማገዝ/ማበረታታት
  • በተቋሙ ውስጥ የፆታ እኩልነት እንዲሰፍን/እንዲኖር ክፍሉ የበኩሉን ሚና መወጣት
  • ሁሉም የተቋሙ የስራ ክፍሎች በእቅዳቸው/በስራቸው/ ውስጥ የስርዓተ ፆታ ጉዳይን አካተው እንዲሰሩ ማስገንዘብ/መከታተል
  • በተቋሙ በሚወጡ ልዩ ልዩ መመሪያዎች የፆታን እኩልነት/ የስርዓተ ፆታ ጉዳይ እንዲካተት ማድረግ
  • ሴት መምህራንና ሠራተኞች ወደ አመራርነት እንዲመጡ አቅማቸውን ማጎልበት/ማበረታታት/
  • ሴቶች የራሳቸውን መብትና ጥቅሞች እንዲያስከብሩ በተለያየ ማህበራትና አደረጃጀቶች እንዲሳተፉ ማድረግ/እንዲደራጁ ማመቻቸት/ማስተባበር/

1.2.   ራዕይ

በ2012 ዩኒቨርሲቲው በኢትዮጵያ ከሚገኙ ዩኒቨርሲቲዎች መካከል ለሴቶች ትኩረት በመስጠት ግንባር ቀደም እና ፆታዊ እኩልነት የሰፈነበት ተቋም ሆኖ ማየት፡፡

1.3.   ተልዕኮ

  • በትምህርታቸው ብቁና ተወዳዳሪ ሴቶችን ማፍራት፣
  • በተለያየ ምክንያቶች ትምህርት የሚያቋርጡ ሴት ተማሪዎች ቁጥር እንዲቀንስ የምክር አገልግሎት እንዲያገኙ ማድረግ፣
  • የስርዓተ ጾታ ጉዳይ ስርፀት እንዲኖር ለሁሉም አካላት የስራቸው አካል አድርገው እንዲሰሩ ማድረግ፣
  • በዩኒቨርሲቲ ቆይታቸው ሴት ተማሪዎች እና ሴት ሠራተኞች ውሣኔ ሰጭነትና ኃላፊነት መወጣት ማስቻል፣
  • በተለያዩ ጉዳዮች ዙሪያ ሴቶች መረጃ እንዲያገኙ ማድረግና ራሳቸውን ጾታዊ ጥቃትና ትንኮሳ መከላከል እንዲችሉ ማስቻል ፣

1.4.   እሴቶች

  • ጥራት ያለው አገልግሎት
  • ሚስጢር ጠባቂነት
  • እኩልነት
  • የቡድን ስራ
  • ለተገልጋዮች ተገቢውን ክብር መስጠት

  መሪ ቃል
“የፆታ እኩልነት ለትምህርት ልማት”

218

HIV/AIDS Prevention & Control Directorate

Background

The HIV and AIDS pandemic is the worst health crisis in recorded history. Further, it has clearly moved beyond being primarily a health and psycho-social issue, to an economic and developmental crisis. HIV /AID, not only threatening the lives of individuals, but also has a significant impact on the functioning of the labor market and the national economy as a whole.

Communities of Higher education institutions are among populations groups the most vulnerable groups to HIV infections and SRH problems by virtue of a range of factors such as their age, socio economic, living arrangement, and new environment and so on. It is clearly evident that Higher Education Institutions(HEIs) ,being the critical interface between the labor market and the development of skilled and competent graduates, will not be left untouched by the HIV & AIDS pandemic and SRH problems. In light of this, HIV / AIDS have been identified by Debre-Berhan University (DBU) as one of its priority development goals since its establishment. As a theme it is integrated into many programs such as learning-teaching, research and community services, and may be part of the wider role that DBU as a higher education institution get involved in. To reduce the vulnerability of the university student and stop the spread of HIV/AIDS and SRH problems the office is established in 2006 as DBU anti- AIDS and Reproductive health club by the motivation of Health science instructors and good will and belief of DBU president and vice president. In 2008 “THE MILLINIUM HIV/AIDS AND ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH COMMITTIE” is organized to strengthen the multi-sectoral HIV/AIDS response in the new millennium. In 2009 the AIDS Resource Center is established with 5 computers and a dial up internet with close support from the national AIDS Resource Center (ARC). Since 2010 DBU HAPCO is opened to coordinate HIV/AIDS and Reproductive health activities of the university and the surrounding community. Now the resource center has a total of 31 computers and different printing materials with full internet access. In 2013 a new youth friendly service center is opened in collaborating with different partners. The office also has been providing free call counseling “minlrdawot” on reproductive health and psychotherapy.

VISSION

To see HIV free graduates and university


MISSION

To promote HIV/AIDS prevention, control as well care and support through developing knowledge through high quality and relevant teaching, research and consultancy service to the community


OBJECTIVES

  • To build the capacity of multi sectoral HIV response in DBU
  • To enhance the HIV/AIDS response in the university
  • To reduce risk factors for HIV spread in the university
  • To contribute for the reduction of the national HIV incidence by 50% by 2014/2015
  • To Strengthen community based prevention intervention to address university & surrounding community
  • To Ensure timely generation and utilization of strategic information to enhance evidenced -based decision making of HIV/AIDS response

Activities

Capacity building  

  • Mainstreaming
  • Life skill
  • Grassroots soccer
  • University life/campus life and risky behaviors
  • STI syndrome approach
  • SISTA
  • Palliative care
  • Condom use

Behavioral Intervention

  • Develop targeted HIV prevention message
  • Conduct peer education programs in the university
  • Community conversation
  • Dorm to dorm program on SRH and HIV/AIDS issues
  • Strengthening and management of   services provided by multipurpose kiosk and push cart (condom, leaflets)
  • Weekly SRH and HIV/AIDS talk show in female student’s TV room

Bio Medical Intervention

  • Promote and conduct campaigns on proper and consistent use of condom
  • Expand peripheral outlets of Condom distribution at HEIs
  • Promote & Provide VCT service for university & surrounding community
  • Provide youth friendly service at DBU student clinic
  • Phone counseling on Reproductive health and psychotherapy
  • Increase the accessibility of "Minlirdawot" special and psychotherapy counseling center program by free phone call
  • Availing condoms for university communities
  • Support for vulnerable poor female students (Financial, material)

Ensuring evidence based information to stop the spread of HIV/AIDS and SRH problems

  • Conduct Research on HIV/AIDS & SRH
  • Conduct regular (quarterly) review meetings of HIV/AIDS programs at the university

 

           “Please take a moment to share with us your ideas, feedbacks and your inquiries”

219

INSTITUTIONAL TRANSFORMATION DIRECTORATE

በደብረብርሃን ዩኒቨርሲቲ

የተቋማዊ ለውጥጽ/ቤት ተግባርና ሃላፊነት

መግቢያ

የለውጥ ጽቤት መስከረም 2004 ዓ.ም ጀምሮ ተቋቁሞ አንድ የጽ/ቤቱ ሃላፊ ተመድቦ የዩኒቨሪስቲውን አጠቃላይ የለውጥ ስራ በመምራትና በማስተባበር እንዲሁም ለለውጥ ስራ አመቺ የሆኑ አሰራርና አደረጃጀቶችን በማጥናትና የውሳኔ ሀሳብ የበላይ አመራሩን ይሁንታ ሲያገኝ ወደ ተግባር እንዲለወጥ የማድረግ ስራ ሲሰራ የቆየ ሲሆን የጽ/ቤቱንም አደረጃጀት በሰው ሀይል ለማሟላት ሁለት የለውጥ ባለሙያ አንድ  ጸሃፊና አንድ ተላላኪ እንዲኖረው በማድረግ የተደራጀ ሲሆን በቀጣይ የሰው ሀይሉን ለማሟላት በእንቅስቃሴ ላይ ይገኛል፡፡በመሆኑም ጽ/ቤቱ የተጣለበትን ሃላፊነት በአግባቡ መወጣት ይችል ዘንድ የሚከተሉት ራዕይ ተልዕኮና እሴቶችን ለማሳካትከሌሎች የስራ ክፍሎች ጋር በመተባበርና በመቀናጀት በመስራት ላይ ይገኛል

የጽ/ቤቱተልዕኮ፤ራዕይ፤እሴቶችናኃላፊነቶች

ራዕይ 

በ2012 በአደረጃጀት፡በአሰራርና በአመለካከትና አሰራር የተለወጠ ተመራጭ ዪኒቨርሲቲ ሆኖ ማየት

ተልዕኮ

የለውጥ ኘሮግራሙን በመተግበር የትምህርት ልማት ሰራዊትን መገንባት ፣በተገነባው ሠራዊት በሁሉም ደረጃዎች ጥራት ያለው ትምህርት፣ ጥናትና ምርምርና የህብረተሰብ አገልግሎት በመስጠት ብቁ ዜጋ ማፍራት ነው፡፡

እሴቶች

  • የሙያ ፍቅር
  • ቅንነት
  • እኩልነት
  • ህግን ማክበር
  • ጥራት ያለው አገልግሎት
  • ትኩረት ለባለዘርፈብዙ ጉዳዮች

ተግባርናኃላፊነት

  1. በዩኒቨርሲቲው የሚሰጡ አገልግሎቶች በተሻለና በተፋጠነ መልኩ እንዲካሄድ ጥናት በማድረግ አዳዲስሀሳቦችን ያመነጫል፡፡
  2. የተጠናቀቁ የሲቪል ሰርቪስ ማሻሻያ ኘሮግራሞች የጥናቱ ውጤቶች በዩኒቨርሲቲው ውስጥ በአግባቡ በተቀናጀ መልኩ መተግበራቸውን ይከታተላል፡፡
  3. የዩኒቨርሲቲው ሠራተኞችም ሆነ የሥራ ኃላፊዎች በሲቪል ሰርቪስ ማሻሻያ ኘሮግራም የጥናት ውጤትም ሆነ ሂደቶች ላይ በቂና ተገቢውን ግንዛቤ እንዲያገኙ ተከታታይ የሆነ የጋራ አመለካከት ለመፍጠር የሚያስች ልስልጠና እንዲሰጥ  ያደርጋል፡፡
  4. የዩኒቨርሲቲውን ድርጅታዊ ብቃት ግምገማ የተገልጋዮችን ፍላጐት ትንተናና በዩኒቨርሲቲውና በተገልጋዮች መካከል ያለውን የክፍተት ዳሰሶች የዩኒቨርሲቲውን ጥንካሬና ድክመት መልካም ዕድል ስጋት በማጥናት በአጭር፣ በመካከለኛና በረጅም ጊዜ ጥራትያለው አገልግሎት የሚሰጥበትን ስልት ይዘረጋል፡፡
  5. ተገልጋዮች በዩኒቨርሲቲው የሚሰጡ አገልግሎቶችን በሲቪል ሰርቪስ መርህና መመሪያዎች መሠረት ፍትሀዊ በሆነ መንገድ ማግኘታቸውንና መስተናገዳቸውን ያረጋግጣል፡፡
  6. የህዝብ አገልጋይነት አመለካከት በሠራተኞችና በኃላፊዎች ዘንድ እንዲዳብር ተከታታይ ስልጠናዎችን ይሰጣል፡፡
  7. የዩኒቨርሲቲውን ውጫዊና ውስጣዊ ችግሮች በተለየም ለሲቪል ሰርቪስ ማሻሻያ ኘሮግራም አፈፃፀም እንቅፋት ሊፈጥሩ የሚችሉ ቅልጥፍና የጐደላቸውን አሰራሮች በማጥናት ድክመቶች የሚወገዱበትን ስልት ይቀይሳል፡፡
  8. ልዩ ልዩ የለውጥ ኘሮግራሞችን የሚመለከት የአጭር፣ የመካከለኛና የረጅም ጊዜ እቅዶችን ይነድፋል ተግባራቸውን ይከታተላል እንደአስፈላጊነቱም የማስተካከያና የእርምት እርምጃዎች እንዲወሰዱ ያደርጋል፡፡
  9. በአጠቃላይ የለውጥ ሥራዎችን ይመራል፣ የመከታተልና የመደገፍ ሥራዎችን ይሰራል የለውጥሥራዎችን በተመለከተ የመረጃ ቋት ሆኖ ያገለግላል፡፡

የማይለወጥራሱ ለውጥ ብቻ ነው

የተቋማዊ ለውጥ ጽ/ቤት

ደ/ብርሃን ዩኒቨርሲቲ

220

ETHICS & ANTI CORRUPTION DIRECTORATE

The DBU Ethics and Anti-Corruption Directorate was establish in march 2002 E.C. Under the proclamation number 144/2000 which was established to play paramount rule in the overall Development of the DBU through effective movement  of fighting corruption and improprieties, which defined as any abuse of apposition of trust in order to gain an undue advantage. 

Vision Mission, principles & core values

Vision

The Vision of DBU Ethics and anticorruption Directorate is to ensure that corruption is no longer an impediment to enhancing development and good governance in DBU by creating a lightly Ethical society that is resolute in combating corruption un waveringly. 

Mission

The mission is to ensure that the University’s resources go to the desired development projects by expending ethics and anti-corruption education, examining the practices and working procedures in public offices and enterprises and there by plugging loopholes that are believed to be conducive for corruption, exposing, investigating and prosecuting alleged corruption offences where they are committed in public offices and public enter praises. 

Principles

The DBU Ethics & Anti-corruption Directorate promotes the following principles:- Integrity, loyalty, transparency, confidentiality, honesty, Accountability, serving public interest, exercising legitimate authority, impartiality, respecting the low, responsiveness, & exercising leadership.

Core values.

DBU Ethics & Anti-corruption Directorate also promotes the following values.

 

  •   Sheraing as an ethical model,
  •   Showing the maximum determination and perseverance in fighting corruption.
  •   Upholding professionalism and team work,
  •   Being an equal opportunity employer,
  •   Recognizing the public as a major partner in the fightagainst corruption and
  •   Building an ethical society.

 

Objectives of DBU Ethics & Anticorruption Directorate.

 Endeavor to create public employees who do not condone corruption education, work discipline, professional ethics, Consciousness of serving the public and sense of duty among employees.

 Prevent corruption and impropriety in public offices and public enterprises.

 Endeavor to cause acts of corruption and impropriety to exposed and investigated and appropriate actions are taken against the perpetrators. 

 Activities/Duties

  • Raise the awareness of officers and staff of a university on anti-corruption policies, anti-corruption laws, regulations and directives, good conduct and harmful effects of corruption.
  • Follow up the observance of anti-corruption policies, anti-corruption laws and rules and procedures of the university; and advise the university president on their implementation.
  • In cooperation with the appropriate departments prepare and cause the adoption of the code of conduct of officers and employees of the university and follow-up its implementation.
  • Initiate and submit research proposals to the commission (directorate) and make the university president know the same immediately, conduct research on ways of correcting working methods vulnerable to corruption and impropriety in its own or with the cooperation of others and submit recommendations to the university and, upon approval, follow-up its implementation.
  • In cooperation with the appropriate departments advise the university president on ways of improving the governance and service delivery of the university with a view to madding them responsive to the demands of the public, see to the demands of the public, see to it that there is no partiality in service deliveries, and report to the head of the office or enterprise on any findings of such partiality;
  • Record and report to the commission and make the head of the president of the university know the same immediately, any incident of corruption it has observed or brought to its attention through whistle blowing, and follow up the status of the case.
  • Advise the president on ways of promoting ethics, strengthening sense of duty and the protection of employees from reprisal measures so as to encourage disclosure of corruption, and follow-up the implementation of same.
  • Receive and verify reports on ethical violations in accordance with the rules and directives of the office or the enterprise and submit to the head of the office or enterprise recommendations on further investigation and measures to be taken, and follow-up the implementation of same.
  • Where it believes that the ethical violation referred to in sub-article (8) of this Article is serious or it is found to be serious after investigation, report same to the commission immediately and make the university president know the same.
  • Where it believes the rules and procedures are violated with respect to recruitment, promotion, transfer or training of employees, procurement of goods or services or the execution of other contracts, it shall report to the head of the office or enterprise with its recommendation on the rectification of the irregularities, and follow-up the implementation of same.
  • Oversee that no influence is made on an employee who exposed corruption and ethical infractions: report to the head of the office or enterprise with concrete evidence the act of any person who influence or punish of attempted to influence of punish such employee, and follows up measures taken against him, where the influence is from the head of the university president, it shall report to the commission or the relevant organ of investigation;
  •  Remind the president that employees deliberate on the current ethical issues and problems of the university.
  •  Follow-up measures taken bases on its findings or that of external of internal auditors as well as the reports of disciplinary and grievance committees and decisions based thereon, and report the same to the head of the office or enterprise with copies to the commission and the supervising authority of the university.
  • Maintain list and detail information of officers and employees of the university who may be regarded as vanguard and exemplary in combating corruption and impropriety; make the head know about the circumstance and submit the same to the commission when requested.
  • Coordinate activities regarding the promotion of ethics and combating corruption and impropriety in the university.
  • Prepare, and submit to the president and the commission, annual plan, program and budget for its activities, and implement the same upon approval;
  • Prepare and submit to the president with copy to the commission, quarterly and annual performance reports including problems encountered and measures taken to overcome them.
  • Carry out other duties related to ethical issued specifically given to it in accordance with the respect of the law.

 

221

ICT DIRECTORATE

1. Introduction

Many people agree that ICT is a backbone for almost all activities in academics, research, industry and governance. As a matter of fact, many institutions, industries and governments put their ICT office right under the chief executive office within their institutional structure and at ministerial level when it comes to government structure. This supportsthe fact that an exhaustive use of ICT is a key for organizational success.

The history of ICT at Debir Birhan University, hereafter referred to as DBU, started about three years back.The broad duty and responsibility of the ICT Center is to ensure proper deployment of ICT in teaching, learning, research and overall administration at DBU.          

2. Vision

The Vision of the ICT center is to become a center of excellence in utilizing the potential of ICT in learning, innovation and education environment for the benefit of DBU and the nation’s development as well.  

3. Mission

The ICT Center has overall mission of proving state-of-the-art ICT services to students, faculty, researchers,and staff so that it facilitates the work of the university in its different areas like instruction, general research,administration, and service to the wider community in line with the mission of DBU. 

4. Objective

The objective of establishing the ICT Center is to empower its capability to assist academics, research, consultancy, and overall administrative tasks at DBU with a broader range of ICT Services. Moreover,the ICT Center enforces policies and standards, conducts research, consultancy, and provides short term training in the area of ICT for students, instructors, administrative officials and the outsider communities.

5. Duties and Responsibilities

All the duties and responsibilities of the ICT Center focus at assisting academics, research, and consultancy by exploiting the potential of ICT. Some of its expected activities are described below.

  • Develop ICT strategic plan aiming at providing broad rang services and advising the university management on matters related to ICT.
  • Administer and upgrade the existing network and Internet infrastructure and provide relevant network-based services.
  • Provide hardware/software maintenance, and User support services.
  • Enhance local content that provide up-to-date information about public relations, academic research, consultancy, and other social activities in the university.
  • Plan, design, implement and/or consult the automation of different processes in the university. It is also responsible to follow up existing applications.
  • Establish and enforce ICT use standards and policies in the university.
  • Ensures that the university community has sufficient access to ICT Services.
  • Provide research, consultancy, short term training and, outreach services to the larger community.

6. Expected outcome

Outcome of the establishment of ICT center will:

  • Be sufficient in man power in different case teams.
  • Have sustainable budget
  • Enhance quality of service of ICT in DBU

Main Data Center

 

222

Communications Affairs Directorate 

Communications Affairs Directorate of Debre Berhan University is one of the Directorates established under the president’s office in order to enhance the implementation of the universities and policies of the government. The Directorate takes a lion’s share and plays a major role to fulfill the vision and mission Debre Berhan University in advertising the overall activities and building the good image of DBU through print and electronic media.

The Directorate also plays a vital role in making the overall activities of DBU succeeded, institutionalizing both domestic and foreign relationships, uplifting the acceptability and fame of DBU, building and publicizing the good images of DBU, insuring peaceful learning teaching process,, activating research works and insuring the benefit of the public. To hit the above targets, the mission, vision, values and structure of the Directorate is presented as follows.

Vision

Communications Affairs Directorate of DBU is to build quick, modern and expeditions Public Relation and Service of Information flow in order to prove DBU the best university by 2020.

Mission

Enhancing the endeavor of Debre Berhan University towards the production of skilled manpower, benefiting the public with problem solving research by strengthening its relationship with domestic and foreign higher education institutions and government and non -governmental organizations, and building its image in advance to make it a reliable university by its customers and stakeholders.

Values

  • Shared vision
  • Quality Service
  • Attention to Cross- cutting issues  
  • Diversity
  • Professionalism
  • Effectiveness
  • Equality
  • Democracy
  • Advocacy
  • Honesty
  • Fairness
  • Independence
  • Locality
  • Expertise 

MAIN ACTIVITIES OF THE FPR DIRECTORATE

  • Promote main events and activities through electronic and print media to achieve the vision of  the university
  • Enhance image –building of the university 
  • Facilitate sound system and stage(hall)  to  the events (training, workshop, celebration …etc) for each colleges                                       
  • Facilitate  media and  arena (stage) for events
  • Make the public relation  modern and  give speedy  communication and information service  
  • Create partnership with stakeholders from inside and outside the country and make it institutionalized. 
  • Prepare communication strategy to give fast and effective communication service.
  • Implement the audio-visual documentation in advance
  • Carry out effective communication activities
  • Implement  the reform programs effectively
  • Make the documentation center contemporary
  • Create common consensus on the country’s policies and strategies including DBU plan and activities.
  • Disseminate current information to the stakeholders via DBU website.
  • Give prior attention for cross cutting issues, and promote their events.
  • Participate in organizing and conducting research in DBU.
  • Collect, organize and analyze opinions of stakeholders /customers in order to evaluate their satisfaction, and enable decision makers take appropriate measures..

Contact person: