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Wednesday, October 02, 2019
Aibak (BNA) The construction work of boys high school kick off in Larghan village, Aibak city yesterday.
Abdul Mateen Sarwari education head of Samangan told BNA, the school will be constructed in the area of 800 square meters of government land from unconditional provincial budget of the province at the cost of 9300,000 Afghanis.
The school will have 12 classrooms, 4 administrative rooms, liberator, conference room, computer room and other necessary facilities, said Sarwari.
It is said that there are currently about 1300 pupils in that high school who are engaged in outdoor training.
T. Yarzada

Tuesday, October 1, 2019
Kabul (BNA) At the cost of 82579,000 Afghanis, new buildings for 12 schools to be built in Khost province.
According to BNA report, the buildings will be built in Shamtal, Tani, Jaji Maidan, Spera and Mosakhail districts of Khost province in the context of the ‘Great Education Improvement Program’ in Khost province.
With the construction of these buildings, appropriate education opportunities will provide for 15,000 students.
Currently, the process of building for 100 more schools is underway in Khost province.
It is worth mentioning that 300,000 students, including 100,000 girls in 350 schools are currently training in Khost province.
T. Yarzada

Monday, September 23, 2019
Aibak (BNA) A school building was inaugurated in Aibak city, Samangan province today.
BNA correspondent reported, the school was built in the area of two acres of land at the cost of 230,000 US dollars from German Aid Fund over two years.
Education head of Samangan said, the school has 8 classrooms, three administrative rooms, a conference room and a laboratory.
It is said that the school accommodating 400 students at a time.
T. Yarzada

Saturday September 14, 2019
ZARANG CITY (BNA) The construction work of a school building has been completed and put into exploitation in southern Nimroz province.
According to BNA report, the school building has been constructed with a cost of 13.85 million Afghani funded by India within the last one year.
The building of the school has 8 classrooms, administrative rooms and other education necessities.
Governor of Nimroz during inauguration ceremony of the school building asked from parents to encourage their children for education.
Also, Massoud Noori head of education department in Nimroz assured to the people of the province to provide better educational environment for their children.
Noori pleased that day-by-day education system improving in Nimroz province and also local people cooperating with them.
M.A.Ansari

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