24 March 2017

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Kabul (BNA) Foundation stone of a new building for Panjpai primary school was laid down by in charges of education Dept. of Khost province yesterday. 
The education ministry press office said to BNA, the building will be constructed in one storey from development budget of the education ministry within 7 months. 
This building will have 6 classrooms, 2 administrative offices and other educational facilities. 
Currently in this school, 370 students are learning under the tents. 
With construction of this building the problems of students will be solved from shortage of classrooms. 
Translated by Suraya-Yarzada

Kabul (BNA) A workshop under the title of (New Teaching Methods) held for Badghis teachers in the saloon of education Dept of that province yesterday. 
According to education ministry press office to BNA, this workshop was launched by Education Dept. of Badghis province with cooperation of ACID institution for five days.
In this workshop discussion will take place regarding the new teaching methods. 
50 schools’ teachers from the center of Badghis province have been attended in this workshop. 
Translated by Suraya-Yarzada

Kabul (BNA) New building of Astama high school in Shenwari district of Parwan province was inaugurated by in charges of that province yesterday. 
According to education ministry press office to BNA, the building of this school has been constructed in two stories with the financial assistance of PRT of Parwan within 18 months. 
This building has 16 classrooms, 4 administrative offices, a library, a liberator and other educational facilities. 
Currently 500 students are learning in this school.  
According to another report, the new building of Amir Khesraw Balkhi girls’ high school was inaugurated by education in charges of Balkh province yesterday.
This building has been constructed in one storey from the assistance of PRT of Balkh province. 
The building has 6 classrooms, 2 administrative offices and other educational facilities and constructed in one year. 
Currently 1700 girls are learning in this school.   Translated by Suraya-Yarzada

Kabul (BNA) Three middle schools changed to high schools in Kunduz province. 
According to education ministry press office, the Orta Boz meddle school, Neswan Markazi (central girls’ middle school) and Etihad meddle school of Qala-e-Za district of Kunduz province improved as per proposal  of education Dept. of that province and approving of education ministry to high schools. 
A function was held on this purpose, the in charge of education Dept., some state responsible and schools’ teachers gave information regarding education role and importance of improvement of middle schools to high schools and encouragement students to get knowledge. 
Translated by Suraya-Yarzada

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