Tuesday, August 30, 2016
Kabul (BNA) Deputy Minister on Youth Affairs of the Ministry of Information and Culture, Dr. Kamal Sadat handed over 8000 books donated by the ministry’s Public Libraries directorate to the Ministry of Education here yesterday, BNA reported.
According to Bakhtar News Agency, during the handing over ceremony, which was also attended by director of the Public Libraries Hamidullah Shahrani and the MoI’s director of the Publication Kabir Haqmal, deputy minister on youth affairs said that the books were in two national languages of Dari and Pashto and mostly covers health guidance, religion and Islamic believes on drug usage. “The donation made by the Ministry of Information and Culture’s directorate of the Public Libraries to further enrich the schools’ libraries”, Kamal Sadat said, adding MoIC making efforts to further boost book reading culture across the country. Hinting to book’s important role in development of a society, the Ministry of Education’s deputy minister on public education thanked MoIC’s donation of the books.
Sunday, August 14, 2016
Kabul (BNA) Newly-appointed chancellor of Kabul University was introduced yesterday by minister of higher education to the university lecturers and administrative personnel.
Based on proposal of higher education ministry and approval of presidential office, Hamidullah Farooqi has been recently appointed as chancellor of Kabul University.
In a ceremony held on this occasion in auditorium of the university, minister of higher education Farida Momand said, “Today I am introducing a figure as Kabul University’s chancellor who has spent years of his life to serve as lecturer of the university.”
Minister of higher education also praised Professor Habibullah Habib, former chancellor of the University for his Works, saying that the former chancellor of the university had shown professionalism during his tenure.
Afterwards, Hamidullah Farooqi spoke and pledged that in cooperation with lecturers and leading body of higher education ministry he would make effort towards providing better academic facilities to students and ending problems of the university’s lecturers.
Sunday, August 14, 2016
Kabul (BNA) For providing higher education opportunities to Afghan youth, deputy ministry of youth affairs for information and culture has recently signed MoUs with a number of higher education institutions and institutes considering to considerable discount.
For registration and introduction to higher education institutes, the enthusiasts should contact deputy ministry of youth affairs located in Pul-e-Bagh Omomi with two photos and copy of Tazkira.
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.