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Saturday, December 24, 2016
Kabul (BNA) Speaking in an exhibition opened to praise the country’s university students’ creativities, the country’s First Lady said.
Holding it was a positive step toward development and tranquility of Afghanistan, said a statement from the ministry of higher education said. While conferring cash prizes to the elite students of the computer-sciences faculties of the country’s universities, Rula Ghani said youth were the country’s talented and dynamic force of the country and should be used enough in development and advancement of the country, said the statement. She thanked minister of higher education and head of the creativity and information technology renovations for their efforts in this field and encouraged the youths for more efforts and activities for the country through sciences and knowledge. The minister of higher education said much had been done in this field to provide the university students with practical projects to help them not only enjoy motivation and dynamism, but access work markets and encouraged to their favorite fields of education, said the statement.

Tuesday December 13, 2016

Firoz Koh City (BNA) With presence of local officials and education authorities the administrative building of education department for western Ghor province inaugurated today.
Subghatullah Akbari head of education department of Ghor told BNA reporter, the building has built in three floors at the cost of AFG 23,000,000 with financial assistance of World Bank.
Ghulam Nasir Khazeh governor of Ghor while expressed his pleasure regarding the construction of the building said, education quality throughout the province is not satisfactory.
 

Sunday December 4, 2016

Aibak City (BNA) With a cost of Afg 32,000,000 funded by Swedish Committee the construction works of seven school buildings have been completed and put into exploitation in northern Samangan province.
Eng. Mohammad Fahim Wahidi in-charge of rural development for Swedish Committee in Afghanistan during inauguration ceremony of these projects said, the school buildings have been implemented and put into exploitation in Dara Souf Payeen district and Aibak city the provincial capital of the province.
The school buildings had been constructed with all necessity equipment such as laboratories and libraries.
With construction of these schools the problems of more than 3600 students (boys and girls) have been settled in lack of classrooms and other education facilities.
According to information, 119,000 students are studying in 294 schools around Samangan province and only 163 schools has building, which fortunately the students of the remained schools are studying under tents.
Construction works on 11 schools are underway in the province.
Mohammad Hashim Zareh governor of Samangan appreciated from assist of Swedish Committee and asked from the Committee to continue its assistances regarding construction in Samangan.
 

Saturday, December 03, 2016
Kabul (BNA) Nine joint memorandums of understanding (MoUs) in literacy learning sector have been signed between ministry of education and all other ministries with participation of second vice president and head of national committee for literacy.
In a ceremony held on this occasion, second vice president Sarwar Danesh asserted that ministry of education and relevant organs had heavy responsibility in connection with expansion of literacy and rooting out illiteracy in the country. Danesh insisted that by only acceleration and expansion of literacy programs in the country, the government of Afghanistan could act upon its obligations in accordance to the country’s constitution and commitments pledged by Afghanistan to the international community and UN for expansion of literacy and education in the country. The second vice president further said that the UN sustainable expansion goals have obliged governments to broad and fair education with today’s standards, adding that literacy and rooting out illiteracy were the expanding goals whose execution and implementation were necessary for Afghanistan. In the ceremony, minister of education Hanif Balkhi considered implementation of national literacy programs as one of legal obligations of his ministry and relevant organs, adding that based on verdict of the country’s constitution and education law, all ministries and independent government institutions had common responsibility in expansion of literacy and rooting out illiteracy in the country.

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