at Amoud University, Senate Meeting Hall, Main Campus. The meeting was chaired by Prof. Ahmed Abdillahi Boqore, the Senior Vice President for Administrtaion and Finance, Amoud University. The two main agenda items of the meeting included Asset Registration for Amoud University and enhancement of Tuition Fee Collection and follow up process. Also attending the meeting were Mr. Suleiman Hassan Ali, - Chief Registrar, AU, Mr. Hamud Barkhadle – Director, Administration and Finance Office, AU, Mr. Abdirashid Jama – Deputy Director, Administration and Finance Office, AU, Mr. Abubokor Said Ali, - Dean, Faculty of Business & Public Administration, AU, Mr. Edwin O. Okech, - Dean, Faculty of Computing & ICT, AU – Secretary, Mr. Mohamed Abdi Osman - Dean, Faculty of Agriculture & Environment, AU, Mr. Abdirizak Mahamud Osman, - Dean, Faculty of Economics & Political Science, AU, Eng. Abdikarim Idiris Nour, - Dean, Faculty of Engineering, AU and Mr. Abdirahman Ahmed Muhumed, - Dean, Faculty of Education, AU. Dr. Mohamed Ali Nageye and Mr. Harun Ismail Warsame are other deans who were absent with apology during the meeting.
Regarding Asset registration, the chair commenced by underscoring the high level importance attached to the proposed asset registration exercise. He then requested Deputy Director, Administration and Finance to send to deans the soft copy drafts of the asset registration form. This form, he elaborated, would be used to ensure that an inventory is made of all equipment and property of Amoud University and their current conditions. The deputy director took the deans through a list of required details for assets in the university including fixed assets and movable assets.
The main purpose for this exercise of asset registration, the chair noted, is first and foremost the need for conformity with international standards and secondly for purposes of auditing from internally and externally by development partners who would always need such documents. The chair while recognizing the fact that Amoud University still lags behind in many areas including its asset inventory system, further urged all members to actively participate in making the planned process a success. All members present agreed to engage actively in the exercise and make it a high priority task for this academic semester September 2019/ January 2020 so as to ensure successful implementation of the planned exercise.