Work begins on Leads University in Garadag

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Apollo

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Most universities in Somalia (this includes Somaliland) are of questionable quality. During the Barre era they were at least strictly regulated and were actually of higher education standards, but now even community college type of institutions are calling themselves universities in Somalia.
 
Most universities in Somalia (this includes Somaliland) are of questionable quality. During the Barre era they were at least strictly regulated and were actually of higher education standards, but now even community college type of institutions are calling themselves universities in Somalia.

Some of those tuulos don't even have proper functioning schools yet they rush to making "universities" .
 

merka

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Most universities in Somalia (this includes Somaliland) are of questionable quality. During the Barre era they were at least strictly regulated and were actually of higher education standards, but now even community college type of institutions are calling themselves universities in Somalia.
During the Barre era there was only one University.
 

TheMadMullah

Author: H*ejabi secrets| hate lefties
That compound looks like a nursery school lol than a university.

Somalis have degraded three terms,

1. Jamacaad (university) every little building is a university lol
2. President ( every a village leader has that title)
3. International airport ( every empty space is considered airport )
:mjlol:
 
Stop derailing guys.

Everyone gotta star from somewhere, Rome wasn't built in 1 day. Any development boast our education system is welcome.


 

Saalax Bidaar

Truthfulness so often goes with ruthlessness
Ah the famous Kulmiye stone. They laid more stones than the Egyptians when building the pyramid.

This particular one is a promise stone to get vote from Garadag.

Why does Garadag need a Uni for without proper Lowe tier schools like secondary and technical institutions?

Just silly ideas all around
 
Instead build primary and secondary schools. Then apprenticeships , University is for a small part of the population who have the intelligence to thrive within such an institution. Most people are not of that level however would be a life line to the economy if they had more technical skills coupled with basic education.
 
That compound looks like a nursery school lol than a university.

Somalis have degraded three terms,

1. Jamacaad (university) every little building is a university lol
2. President ( every a village leader has that title)
3. International airport ( every empty space is considered airport )
:mjlol:
sums up the cursed land pretty well.
 

Apollo

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Instead build primary and secondary schools. Then apprenticeships , University is for a small part of the population who have the intelligence to thrive within such an institution. Most people are not of that level however would be a life line to the economy if they had more technical skills coupled with basic education.
Yeah, they need to stop calling them universities and aim to be community colleges focused on technical vocational training.

Somalia doesn't need many academics, but people with practical skills.
 
Yeah, they need to stop calling them universities and aim to be community colleges focused on technical vocational training.

Somalia doesn't need many academics, but people with practical skills.
I disagree we need a lot of academics they are the life line of somalias growth. How do you think the west is growing exponentially? It's because they take the smartest of their people and train them to fight academically against the world.

The problems with this case however is that they are rudimentary institutions who shouldn't bother trying to be a place of academic change. rather if this place was changed to a tradee school we could boost the economy and help spur innovation ( albeit its often limited).
 
Ah the famous Kulmiye stone. They laid more stones than the Egyptians when building the pyramid.

This particular one is a promise stone to get vote from Garadag.

Why does Garadag need a Uni for without proper Lowe tier schools like secondary and technical institutions?

Just silly ideas all around
Where do you get this idea there is no primary or secondary education in Garadag? There is 11 schools with +1,500 students and staff of 70 teachers


Garadag.JPG
 
Instead build primary and secondary schools. Then apprenticeships , University is for a small part of the population who have the intelligence to thrive within such an institution. Most people are not of that level however would be a life line to the economy if they had more technical skills coupled with basic education.
If Badhan can have a university than so can Garadag.:manny:
 
They really shouldn't, I can understand big cities like bosaso, Hargeisa , Xamar etc but tuulos shouldn't have universities.

This is what you said in Maakhir university thread


True and they cant afford good equipment to serve the students.It would be okay if they could implement proper labs and better facilities while reducing the cost of the building.However this was needed in Badhan, now badhan students don't have to go to Hargeisa or Bosaso for education.

:mjlol:
 
Look what we have here

Nice im visiting badhan this year probably. i will Definitely check it out.

Good development. $4 million is a lot though and could have been used to build 400 homes (costing $10,000 each) for the poor.

Design looks nice. They should green up the area with some trees though.

https://www.somalispot.com/threads/...-constructed-maakhir-university-campus.30124/




Muuh technical schools :chrisfreshhah::chrisfreshhah::chrisfreshhah:
 
This is what you said in Maakhir university thread





:mjlol:
i stand by statement until better university's Andy opportunities are made for students of badhan.
:hillarybiz:
However most of these universities are pretty shit, how can a 30k town have a university. For now badhan should be independent for political reasons however as the country gets better it should be abolished
:bell:

To sum up , it's political for now.
 
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