Thursday, July 28, 2016
Kabul (BNA) the construction work of a high school building was started in Balkh province.
According to education head of Balkh province Mawlavi Abdul Aziz Azizi to BNA, the school building will be construction in two stories at the cost of 600,000 dollars by German country within a year.
He said the school will have 24 classrooms, 6 administrative rooms, conference hall, library and other necessary facilities.
Wednesday July 27, 2016
Aibak City (BNA) About 800 books have been delivered by JIZ-Germany office to education department of northern Samangan province.
Nooran Shah an in-charge of Samangan education department said BNA correspondent, JIZ-Germany office helped the books with request of education department of the province, which the delivered books are in field of history, literature, religious sciences and cultural.
It is mentionable that in recent years international organizations have been built most schools of Samangan province with modern system and provided education facilities to students and teachers of the province.
Tuesday, July 12, 2016
Kabul (BNA) Presided over by President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani, a session was held yesterday to review structure of Ministry of Higher Education.
In the session held at presidential palace with participation of Minister of Higher Education Farida Momand and leading body of the ministry, modality of reviewing the structure and capacities of higher education ministry was discussed.
Minister of Higher Education reported to country’s President in particular related to working plans of the committee determined to start its work in this regard very soon.
Meanwhile, leading body of the ministry delivered suggestions in connection with absorption of professional and young cadres in universities, reviewing and creating new administrative and higher educational systems, codifying and capacity-finding standards for absorption of professional individuals in vacant posts of the ministry, making higher education curriculum, allocation of special budget for persuading researching instructors to deliver further academic books.
After hearing report and information delivered by leading body of the ministry, the country’s President said that current high education capacities were low in the country and it was needed to work on a strategic plan for improvement of capacity in the country’s higher education system.
The President further said high governance council under his responsibility would be soon created for reviewing government institutions condition, stressing that high qualified individual should be appointed in government institutions.
The country’s President ordered officials of higher education ministry to completely review all structures of the respective ministry and share with him results of each stage of the reviews.
President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani added that from now on their further focus would be on enhancement of capacities in education and higher education in the country.
He said higher education capacity should be enhanced in universities so that students with higher knowledge and education graduated from universities of the country.
The country’s President asserted that stability and development of a country depended on its higher education and reaching development and growth was not possible without a higher educational system in the country.
The President said that he would talk to all officials of provincial universities through video conference to discuss problems and higher education and administrative needs and would soon meet with universities’ lecturers and representatives of students to exchange view with them related to quality of the country’s higher education and education.
1 July 2016, BNA, The United Nation’s Children Emergency Fund provided school bags to students of different Logar schools here the other day. The agency donated around 21 thousands of schools bags.
Logar Education department’s spokesman, Shahpoor Arab told BNA, that the assistance was made to the students of the primary schools and the agency has pledged to have further assistance to students of the Logar province.