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1081 students graduate from the Eritrean Institute of Technology



1081 students graduate from the Eritrean Institute of Technology

By Yemane GebreMeskel,

The Eritrea Institute of Technology (EIT) held its 7th Commencement today with the graduation of 1081 students in diploma, Bachelors of Science; and 24 Masters of Science.

The first degree programmes span Education, Engineering and Technology, and the pure sciences. 292 of the 563  Bachelors of Science graduates are in engineering.

6100 diploma and first degree science students were enrolled at EIT this year, while 9,618 science students have graduated in past seven years.

EIT has undergone a paradigm shift this year with greater focus from teaching to research according to Professor T/Micael, the V/P of EIT.

The Institute has cultivated vast network of ties with relevant stakeholders to ensure better alignment of research with development agenda.



Eritrean graduation gown - Credit: Ginbar Ketema

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1081 students graduate from the Eritrean Institute of Technology Reviewed by Admin on 12:39 PM Rating: 5

37 comments:

  1. Congratulation to all graduates and wish you all the best!

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  2. Congra!!!!! It is the fruit of your hard work. Good job.

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  3. Congratulations to the Graduats and theri families.
    ***I hope the government takes care of these graduates by finding them appropriate jobs and pay them handsomely so as to reflect their hard work.

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  4. Where Is Z CruiseJune 26, 2014 at 4:13 PM

    Congratulations graduate!
    Your people are proud of you. I am hopping you chase your dreams all over the world. Best wishes for your career ahead where ever you go.

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  5. Really! What are you smoking. Sawa is not a private institution. Why do you have to lie.

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  6. That picture if from the US. Why is it advertised as if it was taken from Eritrea.

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  7. Wedinakfa,
    It is fine to make a good wish. However, there was much hard work done in providing them the opportunity than their individual works for their own sake. So, if all the hard works are to be reflected by handsome salaries, the first in line are Warsay-Yikialo. These graduates have been already paid gruesomely by the free education and opportunities they were offered. Please do not prompt youngsters to feel too proud about their achievements and tend to think as if they deserve more than the rest of the hard working people. In fact, I would rather remind them of the responsibilities they owe to the country.
    Your comment reminds me of some foreigners who used to entice me by telling that the payments I received back home did not parallel my "brilliance" (I don't know what the heck they meant by that phrase). In a nut shell, these are nice looking, intoxicated words intended to drive the youth (most importantly those who excelled in their education) out of the counry.

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  8. Segum thanks.
    I do understand your point of view, I did not mean to discriminate against warsay yikalo; Our government has promised them and I am sure they will deliver the promises.
    My point is that hence Africa is a brain drain, so Eritrea has lost a lot of educated people for several reasons which applies to them, there fore it is in mind that to avoid this kind of loss they have to be assinged on their fileds! hope my point in tune to your ponit of view!

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  9. When I see news like this, I feel happy and grateful for the Eritreans, as Segum mention it down, it's beautiful to get free and high quality education and then use it back, in Our case first to Eritrea, then of course to humans in general, cause it's about knowledge (light of life).
    My thanks are to All Eritreans (People & GoE) that invests to make Education "prior" as Health & food security. Sectors that will bring Us surely in to higher level.

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  10. they said we don't need Aid, well said!
    U.A.E. Red Crescent distributes clothing to children in six Eritrean provinces


    http://www.capitaleritrea.com/u-a-e-red-crescent-distributes-clothing-to-children-in-six-eritrean-provinces/

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  11. LOL
    That is funny. Do you know any accredited (by abroad) higher institution in Eritrea?

    What I am trying to say is if the individual that just graduated want to go abroad to get their masters or Phd's would an institution techology get them by?

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  12. Higher education shouldn't be free, Eritrea should have a student loan program and student should be made to pay back or obtain loan forgiveness for years of service rendered within Eritrea.

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  13. I agree. No one appreciates something when it's free. A small nominal fee should be assessed so these kids understand how the real world truly works.

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  14. Who said that? What was said was "aid should be limiting" so as to not create dependency. Also that Eritreans should be able to dictate its implementation because we know our situation a whole lot better than someone who comes with a checklist mentality in applying aid across the board. As for this donation, this is merely a charitable donation and not aid that causes dependency. By the way, when was it the responsibility of a government to clothe all its people? Nevertheless please try to inform yourself prior to spouting off at the mouth.

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  15. Good idea but first the government should pay compensation for those who paid heavy price by spending decades in military service.
    "Inka zeifelit men haba almedo".

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  16. I'll go to any school except to the one you went to because your English sucks.

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  17. They deserve a whole lot more and it is imperative the Diaspora plays a part in assisting. We can't wait on the government, with its limited resources, to solve all Eritrea's problems.

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  18. Congratulations to the Students and to the Nation of Eritrea for well done schooling and success.

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  19. Where Is Z CruiseJune 27, 2014 at 2:45 PM

    Higher education is free in most of the country in the world. You loan students when you know that majority of the gets a job and be able to pay back. But in Eritrea there is no job that pays you to make a living. Most of the people are under modern slavary working for pocket money. The country has not created jobs in over 10 years.

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  20. Where Is Z CrusieJune 27, 2014 at 2:46 PM

    How should the diaspora plays its part?

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  21. Where Is Z CruiseJune 27, 2014 at 2:51 PM

    Is yours better ???

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  22. For starters less talk, more action.

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  23. Congrats Grads! Now go make Eritrea proud!

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  24. Anyone going to Bologna?

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  25. Subtle hypocracy? If i am not mistaken you and the likes of you cry foul when youth try to chase their "dream all over the world,then the question is who do you think will build the Eritrea you think is disintegrating because of GOE? if you are realy crying foul for"change" either political or economical,who do you think will do that?..... am sure you will answer the people especially the edycated youth, yet people like you advocate for the youth to leave the country and conspire with the real enemy in the name of Eritrean people. if this type of behaviour is not hypocrac, what is?

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  26. Check Europe to learn how people are working for FREE. They give you the chance to learn their language and serve them for free for decades. Those who go to college and attend should loan a lot of money and owed thousands of euros, which people have difficult to pay back. So who told that all get paid job? It is worse than slavery whrever you go in Europe too ! Look our young in Italy, do they have a daily bread? Nope ! So what is good about leaving the country illegally and face the worst situation ever? It is not first time that people leave the country. But all who left before where at least thinking for their own safety.

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  27. He never care if these youngsters end-up on seas and shores. He is one of the smugglers.

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  28. First congratulation with the best wishes to the students. You are a sick person, your nick names tells it all 'where is the cruise'. A cruise missile shot by whom and against whom? Your glossolalia is like an echo with no meaningful sense.

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  29. And you should pay for those they fallen for hallal meriet. Big mouse n no action. Simply, we don't need theoretical smarts.

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  30. Now you are ill advicing then you will knock the so called HRW doors to blame the government. I think you or close family member are smugglers. You care about your dirty stock market.

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  31. Where Is Z CruiseJune 28, 2014 at 5:48 AM

    Why are you barking??? They have right to go where ever they want. Why you trying to restrict their freedom of movment?? The government of Eritrea has not done what it supposed to do. The government has chased the investors and small bussness owners. Those are the one who could create jobs and employee those graduated students. Since there is no job for these people, they have a right to go to companies around the world that hires them.

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  32. Eritrea never claimed to be a land of milk and honey nor does it claim to have the best of everything such as education , health, economy etc....but what Eritrea said was we need all the help we can get but let us do it our way, yet people like you twist everything that is Eritrea just because you hate the GOE come on man!... let me ask you a question man wherever you live......when you get a personal loan from a bank does the bank give you a list of things you must spend the money on? i don't thinks so. That is whats going on in the entire world. I suggest you compare Philippines economy with Malaysia, you may learn something.

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  33. Where Is Z CrusieJune 28, 2014 at 3:37 PM

    Europe is a big continent with many countries. Which country are you referring when you talk about Europe??

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  34. Sad Scenario and Future Agony



    Isaias and his Popular Front for Destruction and Jealousy (PFDJ) practically
    destroyed higher education in Eritrea and changed it ito military training
    centers with no protest from us Eritreans. That is shame and degrading
    scenario. Today it is not surprising to see the extent of its impact on those
    Eritreans who are going to exile. Most of them have no or very rudimentary
    (very mediocre) qualifications (if they have at all)l.... and they hardly speak
    English. They are destined to work as manual laborers such as cleaners, guards…
    etc. . I am very much concerned that if PFDJ destructive work (task) continues
    unabated, Eritreans (natives) can end up being servants, cleaners, guards...etc
    of settlers (or foregners with money and knowledge in their own country). Of course, the settlers will be future policy
    makers, professionals…, and entrepreneurs in our own country (Eritrea). This
    has been already started. God has merci and thanks to PFDJ and its supporters.

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  35. You understood it. Didn't you?

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  36. Thanks John Kerry.

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  37. but the local media never published about the aid Eritrea got....

    look at bologna festival the amount of money spent for useless thing instead of helping sdra swuat, tsgumat....

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