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Wednesday, February 05, 2020
Kunduz (BNA) Work on four school buildings in Kunduz Began yesterday.
These schools will built in Kunduz, worth   421 million Afghanis from German Aid.
Najibulrahman Saqib education head of Kunduz told BNA correspondent, each of these buildings is standardize on three separate blocks in two floors.
Abdul Jabar Naemi governor of Kunduz, chairman and members of provincial council, number of representatives of political parties, elders, youths, women and media attended in opening of High Schools’ Buildings construction work.
T. Yarzada

Wednesday, January 29, 2020
Kunduz (BNA) Kunduz officials say thirteen Projects worth 600 million Afghanis have been implemented in Kunduz University over the past year.
According to BNA local correspondent, Khaber Saifi head of Kunduz University spoke at yearly function report in Kunduz said, thirteen projects worth over 600 million Afghanis have been implemented in boys and girls of Kunduz dormitory, buildings for computer science and veterinary and other sections.
Abdul Jabar Naemi governor of Kunduz said, attention to the development of academic institutions will ensure the future of country and make the youth more ornamented with knowledge.
T. Yarzada

 

Wednesday, January 15, 2020
Kabul (BNA) President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani met with a number of elders and influential figures of southern Kandahar province here at the presidential palace yesterday, a statement said.
Representing others, tribal elders Mahmood Karzai, Shereen Aqa Quraishi and head of provincial council Sayed Jan Khakrezwal thanked president’s attention for implementation of development projects, in particular easing people with potable water, the statement from the presidential press office said.
The speakers also enumerated a number of their challenges in different spheres, including education, lack of high school teachers and traders’ problems, asking president to solve the traders’ problems as their trucks were stooped in western Herat province.
Welcoming Kandahar elders and influential figures, President Ghani said implementation of development projects to be continued in the province, instructing Ministries of Finance and Transport to share their proposals to solve the issues before stopped containers in Herat, the statement added.
The president went on saying that utmost attention to be paid to education sector across the country, adding SpinBoldak to be turned into a dry port and development zone in the province.
Hinting to water management in the country, the president said upon completion of the Kajaki dam, one billion cubic meters of water will be stored and after technical studies, another dam will be built in Musa Qala district, the presidential statement added.

January 11, 2020
Kabul (BNA) President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani participated and delivered his remarks at the closing ceremony of the First National Education Symposium, on Wednesday evening at the presidential palace, a statement said on Friday.
President Ghani, joined by the First Lady and senior state officials, said, ‘today is a significant day in contemporary history of Afghanistan and will be remembered as a day for change’, adding that such gatherings and open discussions provide a conducive platform to establish reforms, and contribute to identifying the problems, setting goals and objectives and delineating an enriched educational roadmap, the statement from presidential press office said.
The president iterated the education sector should transform into a body that can meet the requirements of the 21st century. He termed schools as instruments for nation-building that shape the characters of students and present them to society as responsible citizens, the statement added.
Acting Minister of Education Dr. Mirwais Balkhi briefed on the 3-day symposium, where issues pertaining to education reforms including its scale and scope as well as methodologies and approaches, according to statement.
Dr. Balkhi underscored the need for revision of education-related laws and legislations and highlighted the importance of transforming educational system in terms of quality and quantity, providing fair and quality services in the sector, maximizing the use of technology and adopting a capability-based curriculum at schools.

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