The old station in Hawassa will be relocated from Thursday


Hawassa City Administration Transport and Road Development Department announced that the old station will be relocated from Hawassa town in Sidama state on Thursday. 

Reason ?  This is because an international construction tender has been issued and put into operation so that the station can be renovated in a standard way and provide modern and complete service.  When will the construction begin and end?  Construction will begin next week and will be completed in the next six months. 

Upon completion, it will have a number of other services, including interior asphalt, 2 state-of-the-art customer shelters, showers and toilets, as well as security cameras. 

Where is the prepared replacement space ?  Until the renovation of the old station is completed, the station has been temporarily relocated to the area where the industrial park is now located.  The replacement site is said to have been provided with basic necessities such as roads, electricity, water, security and other services.   There has been a change in the loading and unloading location of special buses in Hawassa. 

The relocation is said to be needed to alleviate traffic congestion in the Arab neighborhood on the main road. Where is the alternative? The trucks have been instructed to use the Cobblestone Road, commonly known as the 22-lane road in the East Hotel, beyond the Gebre Christos Hotel.


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The Ministry of Science and Higher Education has announced that the transfer of students from a government university to another university has been temporarily suspended.


MoSHE told Ethiopian Television that the decision was made due to the distortion of the university's academic calendar.


It was reported that the teaching process of all public universities was unequal, with universities offering discontinued classes last year due to the distribution of CVD-19.

It is also said that the academic calendar of the institution was distorted by the instability that took place in the universities two years ago.

As a result of these incidents, universities' graduation and graduation of students this year have reportedly disrupted the normal academic calendar.

To address this, students' transfer from university to university has been temporarily suspended.

The current provisional transfer policy will last indefinitely until university admissions calendar system is in place.

However, the ministry told Ethiopian Television that the transfer could be allowed if the students have serious problems, such as family, social, or health problems, and if there is a compelling reason to accommodate the student at the host and reception center.

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