Dr. Mohamed Muse Jibril, Vice President, Academic Affairs, Amoud University (centre), Mukhtar Abdi Omar, Dean, AUSPGSR (R) and Zakariye Mohamed Ahmed, Associate Dean, AUSPGSR, Borama Campus (L), attending the opening session of viva voce for Amoud University Postgraduate Masters Students Proposal Defense, on Monday, January 25th, 2021.

Research Proposal Defense Viva Voce January 2021, AUSPGSR, Borama Campus

25 January 2021
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A total of 46 students are scheduled to defend their proposals viva voce at Amoud University, School of Postgraduate Studies and Research (AUSPGSR) in January.

The 46 students are drawn from six different specialization areas namely Master of Public Health (MPH) in human nutrition, Master of Public Health (MPH) in epidemiology, Master of Business Administration (MBA) in Finance and Accounting, Master of Business Administration (MBA) in Project Planning and Management, Master of Science (MSC) in Climate Change and Environmental Sustainability and Master of Business Administration (MBA) in Monitoring and Evaluation.

A session of the viva voce proposal defense in progress for postgraduate masters students unertakign various degrees at AUSPGSR, Main Campus, Boramam City, Monday, January 25th, 2021.
A session of the viva voce proposal defense in progress for postgraduate masters students undertaking various degrees at AUSPGSR, Main Campus, Borama City, Monday, January 25th, 2021.

The viva voce started today, Monday, January 25th, 2021 and is scheduled to continue until tomorrow Tuesday, January 26th, 2021 in Main Campus, AUSGSR, Borama City while in the Capital City Campus, AUSPGSR, Hargeisa City, the viva voce is scheduled to start on Thursday, January 28th, 2021 and continue until Friday, January 29th, 2021. The viva in Borama Campus for the year 2021 was officially opened by Dr. Mohamed Muse Jibril, Vice President, Academic Affairs, Amoud University.

A section of Students undertaking various postgraduate Masters degrees, drawn from SPGSR, Amoud University, following proceeedings during the opening session of viva voce defence at AUSPGSR, Main Campus, Boramam City, Monday, January 25th, 2021.
A section of Students undertaking various postgraduate Masters degrees, drawn from SPGSR, Amoud University, following proceedings during the opening session of viva voce defence at AUSPGSR, Main Campus, Borama City, Monday, January 25th, 2021.

In attendance was Prof. Mohamed Mahamoud Jama "Derie", Vice President, Public Relations and Community Outreach, Amoud University, who made a brief guest appearance at the opening ceremony. Dr. Mohamed M. Jibril was accompanied by Mukhtar Abdi Omar, Dean, AUSPGSR and Zakariye Mohamed Ahmed, Associate Dean, AUSPGSR, Borama Campus.

A section of Faculty Teaching Staff, teaching various postgraduate Masters degree courses, at the opening session of viva voce defence at AUSPGSR, Main Campus, Boramam City, Monday, January 25th, 2021.
A section of Faculty Teaching Staff, teaching various postgraduate Masters degree courses, at the opening session of viva voce defence at AUSPGSR, Main Campus, Borama City, Monday, January 25th, 2021.

This is an open viva voce and all are welcome. Candidates present in turns. Each student makes a 10-minute oral presentation espousing the background of the problem, the research problem, justification of the problem, and the methodology to be used to answer the key research questions. This is followed by a 20-minute question-answer session where the panelists ask the candidate questions based on both oral and written presentations and the student responds. Each candidate must prepare 10 copies of a six slides summary of the main issues he/she shall focus on during the viva voce'.

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