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Tuesday July 16, 2019
MAZAR-E-SHARIF CITY (BNA) With a cost of more than 58 million Afghans, 12 school buildings will be constructed in northern Balkh province.
Based on information of public relation of national covenant program, ministry of rural rehabilitation and development reported BNA, the school buildings to be built by national covenant program in center and districts of Balkh province.
Each of the buildings will have 12 classrooms, administrative room and other necessary educational equipment.
By implementation of the school buildings safe educational environment will provided to numerous students (girls and boys) in Balkh province.

Tuesday, July 16, 2019
Kabul (BNA) The construction work of two school buildings kick off by national citizenship program of rural rehabilitation and development ministry in Kandahar province.
According to national citizenship program of rural rehabilitation and development ministry to BNA, the school will be constructed in outskirt of Takhta Pul district, Kandahar province at the cost of more than 3 mijllion Afghanis.
The schools will have classrooms, administrative rooms and other educational facilities.
With completion work of the schools, better education facilities will be provided for 260 students in the mentioned district.
T. Yarzada

Monday July 15, 2019
Kabul (BNA) The construction work of two school buildings has been started in eastern Nangarhar province today.
By construction work of the school buildings, educational environment will be provided to more than 2000 students (girls & boys).
The school buildings will be built with a cost of 13.2 million Afghanis funded by ministry of rural rehabilitation and development.
In-charge of education in Nangarhar told BNA reporter, each of the buildings to be constructed in two floors that include classrooms, administrative rooms, laboratory lab and library.
Now, students of the schools are studying under tents, the source added.

Saturday, July 13, 2019
Kabul (BNA)  Releasing a message on the occasion of announcement of Kankur (university entrance) exams, President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani has said that equal provision of educational services throughout the country was government top priority and pledged that students who failed to make it to the state-run  universities in Kankor exams would be provided with work and educational opportunities.
The president expressed the view as his message after the results of the Kankor exams were unveiled.  The president asked the students to get maximum advantage of the opportunities for their higher education, a statement from Presidential Palace said.
The president in his message also thanked ministry of higher education and exams administration for their efforts in transparent holding of the entrance exams and promised that government would work with private sector to explore employment opportunities for those failed in the exam.
The results of Kankoir exam was announced two days back.  According to the Ministry of Higher Education 180,000 students registered for the exam and 170,000, including 70,000 girls managed to appear in the exam.

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