Suleiman Hassan Ali, Chief Registrar, Amoud University, Acting Chair during the Senate meeting held at Amoud University Main campus, on Tuesday, December 28th, 2019 at Senate meeting Hall.

14th Academic Committee Meeting December 28th, 2019

03 January 2020
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Amoud University Academic Committee held its 14th meeting for the September 2019/ January 2020 academic semester

on Tuesday December 28th, 2019 at the meeting hall in main campus, Amoud University. The meeting was chaired by Suleiman Hassan Ali, - Chief Registrar, AU, in acting capacity in the absence of Dr. Mohamed Muse Jibril – Vice President, AA, AU who was away on other official engagements.

In attendance were Dr. Willis Oso Yuko – Snr. Advisor, Academic Affairs & Sec. to Mngt., Abubokor Said Ali, - Dean, Faculty of Business & Public Administration, AU, Edwin O. Okech, - Dean, Faculty of Computing & Informatics, AU – Secretary, Mohamed Abdi Osman - Dean, Faculty of Agriculture & Environment, AU, Abdirizak Mahamud Osman, - Dean, Faculty of Economics & Political Science, AU, Tawakal A. Ali - Assistant Editor, University Academic Journal Committee, AU, Eng. Abdikarim Idiris Nour, - Dean, Faculty of Engineering, AU, Bishar Elmi Yey, - Director, QAMS, AU, Abdirahman Ahmed Muhumed, - Dean, Faculty of Education, AU, Harun Ismail Warsame, - Dean, Freshman Department, AU, Dr. Mohamed Ali Nageeye, - Dean, Faculty of Sharia & Law, AU.

Abubokor Said Ali, - Dean, Faculty of Business & Public Administration, AU,(L) and Mohamed Abdi Osman -  Dean, Faculty of Agriculture & Environment, AU, (R), keenly following proceedings during the Senate meeting held at Amoud University Main campus, on Tuesday, December 28th, 2019 at Senate meeting Hall.
Abubokor Said Ali, - Dean, Faculty of Business & Public Administration, AU,(L) and Mohamed Abdi Osman - Dean, Faculty of Agriculture & Environment, AU, (R), keenly following proceedings during the Senate meeting held at Amoud University Main campus, on Tuesday, December 28th, 2019 at Senate meeting Hall.

Agenda items for the day included analysis of monitoring and evaluation status reports from the weekly supervision teams for teaching and learning in various teaching/learning centres of Amoud university academic units and continuation of Training on Examination Setting and administration from the previous week.

The facilitator for the training covered an in-depth analysis of the following items as characteristics of a good examinations:-

  • Test analysis
    • Validity
    • Reliability
    • Difficulty
    • Discrimination
  • Test validity
    • Face validity
    • Content validity
    • Theory validity
    • Criteria / Absolute validity
  • Test validity Common methods used
    • Test and retest
    • Split into half.
    • Parallel/ alternate/ equivalent forms
  • Test Difficulty
  • Discriminative nature of Tests
  • Review of the set examination paper
(L-R)Dr. Willis Oso Yuko – Snr. Advisor, Academic Affairs & Sec. to Mngt., Abdirizak Mahamud Osman, - Dean, Faculty of Economics & Political Science, AU, Bishar Elmi Yey, - Director, QAMS, AU,  and Abdirahman Ahmed Muhumed, - Dean, Faculty of Education, AU, keenly following proceedings during the Senate meeting held at Amoud University Main campus, on Tuesday, December 28th, 2019 at Senate meeting Hall.
(L-R)Dr. Willis Oso Yuko – Snr. Advisor, Academic Affairs & Sec. to Mngt., Abdirizak Mahamud Osman, - Dean, Faculty of Economics & Political Science, AU, Bishar Elmi Yey, - Director, QAMS, AU, and Abdirahman Ahmed Muhumed, - Dean, Faculty of Education, AU, keenly following proceedings during the Senate meeting held at Amoud University Main campus, on Tuesday, December 28th, 2019 at Senate meeting Hall.
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