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Tuesday June 12, 2018

Kabul (BNA) A school building after completing its Construction work has inaugurated in northern Kunduz province.
According to BNA report, the school building inaugurated with presence of Kunduz’s governor and other education officials in relevant areas of Ali Abad district of the province.
Meanwhile, the construction work of 37 public utility projects has been started in Ali Abad district of the province.
The projects include digging of water wells, retaining walls, water dams, road construction and graveling of roads that to be implemented with a sum of 132 million Afghanis in several villages of Ali Abad district.
Abdul Jabar Naime governor of Kunduz during inauguration ceremony of the school building said, initiating of the development projects provide work opportunities for hundreds people and has significant role for local residents, improving people lives and growing economic situation.
M.A.Ansari
 

Monday, June 11, 2018

Kabul (BNA) Second Deputy to the Chief Executive, Eng. Mohammad Khan praised Sunday, the Afghan-Turk school medal winners, BNA reported.
In a ceremony held the other day, Omid Afghan-Turk school medal winners, BNA reported.
In a ceremony held the other day, Omid Afghan-Turk Principal Mohammad Rafi Musazai said the students could win first and second position respectively at the secondary and high school level during a worldwide amity-test, said the agency.
Talented students from 13 world countries, including Canada, Turkmenistan, Kazakhstan, Azerbyjan, Pakistan and other countries have attended the competition held in India, with the Afghan students could shine well and win the first and second positions, the principal said adding 12 of them winning gold and 13 silver medals among 55 Afghan students.  This is a matter of pleasure and pride for Afghanistan, said Musazai who added Mohammad Ysar Rahmani could win an honorary medal besides winning the gold one, said the agency.
The minister of education, Mohammad Mirwais Balkhi spoke at the ceremony and said this was a great achievement in the field of education for the country, the agency quoted.
Congratulating them for the achievement, Eng. Mohammad Khan called a great victory for the country’s education and said the government fully support private education, besides the government-run schools, according to the agency.
 

Sunday June 10, 2018

Kabul (BNA) As many as 11 ISIS loyalists were killed during conflicts with Afghan National Defense and Security Forces (ANDSF) in northern Jawzjan province the night before last.
Abdul Hafiz Hashi security director in Jawzjan told BNA correspondent, the ISIS members were killed, while they launched attack on ANDSF’s checkpoints in Alikhail region, Darzab district of the province.
It has been said, six other ISIS adherents were wounded, three local policemen were martyred and three others were injured during the clashes.
According to another report, three ISIS fighters were killed in Denar village, Qarqeen district of the province.
M.A.Ansari
 

Sunday, June 10, 2018

Kabul (BNA) Chaired by second vice president Sarwar Danesh, the cabinet’s national literacy committee held session on Saturday, BNA reported.
At the outset, acting minister of education Mirwais Balkhi reported about his ministry’s activities in term of literacy based on which the cooperation agreements among the deputy ministry of education for literacy and government and private organizations are getting improved, according to the statement.
According to him, this year, due to UNESCO international organization’s considerations, Bamyan has gotten the membership of UNESCO global network of learning cities.
Evaluating the education ministry’s steps on literacy as positive, second VP stressed those organizations that have signed Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with deputy ministry of education for literacy, should seriously pay heed to their next year’s budget on literacy section, the statement added.
Literacy conditional draft was also presented in the meeting by deputy ministry of education for literacy based on which, forced learning has been predicted for activities such as driving licenses, work permit for shopkeepers and cleaners being recruited in 7th and 8th grades of civil services.
The meeting’s participants stressed on flexible and gradual forcing of literacy.
For implementation and planning of literacy for the mentioned grades of civil services, the meeting decided the issue would be reviewed in a meeting with administrative reforms and civil services commission.
According to the agenda, deputy minister of education for literacy said the literacy committee meeting have not been held in 20 provinces and the committee tasked the local organs administration to investigate the issue through a formal decree.
 

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