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22 Students Graduate From First Round of Gender, Women Studies Program

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Monday, November 06, 2017

Kabul (BNA) Up to 22 persons graduated from the first round of gender and women studies master degree programs, with a ceremony held to distribute certificate among them at the Kabul University, BNA reported the other day.
The ceremony was attended by a number scientific and cultural figures, including Associate Prof. Muzhgan Mostafavi, acting minister of information and culture, women affairs minister, Delbar Nazari and a number of government in-charges and Kabul University lecturers, said the agency.
The rector of Kabul University, Dr. Hamidullah Farooqi speaking at the ceremony said that the Kabul University is proud of having a number of hardworking students graduated from the first round of gender and women studies master degree program. “We didn’t have higher and academic studies in the past and by graduating such a certain number of students from gender and women studies programs, now we have presented educated personalities to the society.”
He also thanked the cooperation of the United Nations Development Program and Korea to support the program.
Part of the message of the country’s First Lady read out by Zuhra Yousuf required all countrymen should work hard and join education for development of the country, the agency quoted. Kabul based Korean Ambassador and UNDP representative also spoke at the meeting saying their cooperation would continue with the ministry of higher education and Kabul University.
 

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