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Tuesday, May 28, 2013
Kabul (BNA) New high school building was inaugurated by education authorities in Mahmoodraqi city of Kapisa province.
BNA reported, the building of the school has been constructed in one story from development budget of education ministry within two years and has 8 classrooms, 4 administrative rooms and other necessary facilities.
With construction of the school, the problems of students had been tackled from shortage of classrooms and provided better reduction facilities for them. 
T. Suraya-Yarzada

Tuesday, May 28, 2013
Kabul (BNA) New building school was inaugurated by education head of Sheberghan city of Jouzjan province.
BNA reported, the building of the school has been constructed in one story with the financial assistance of Canada within one year and has 8 classrooms, 2 administrative rooms and other educational facilities.
The school has accommodated 100 students in a time.
With construction of the school, better education facilities have been provided for students.  T. Suraya-Yarzada

Saturday, May 25, 2013
Mazar-e-Sharif (BNA) Two newly constructed buildings for schools were inaugurated yesterday in northern Balkh province, officials said.
One of the buildings for Sheikh Mohammad Siddique High School costs $150,000 which had been provided by the UN-Habitat.  Also the local people contributed 25,000 Afghanis for the construction of the school building, Education Director Qais Mehrain said.  He said the building has administrative rooms and 16 classrooms for 4,000 students.  The second building for the Ghulam Mohammad Maimangi High School costs $245,000 funded by UNICEF and UN-Habibat.  Also the parantes of the students have been provided 20 per cent of the total cost. Balkh has 504 schools where 10, 199 teachers teach 54, 0178 pupils, including 22, 8812 females.

Saturday May 18, 2013
Kabul (BNA) President Hamid Karzai in his 15-day radio address asked the people especially the youths to spend most of their time in reading of books.
He added that without doubt the base for human progress and scientific progress is through studying books.
He stressed that our country marks the last week of Saur as the week for reading books.
In fact all information can be obtained through reading books, newspapers, magazines and other printed publications.
He urged the youths who are undergoing education to be used with reading and studying for improving their information and knowledge.
Touching on the activities in printing and extension of scientific and cultural spheres in the country, he added that books are containing all entertainment and scientific subjects each of which can raise knowledge of them.
WE should therefore in addition to school text books encourage our children to study books as well in order to inculcate the culture of reading in their routine activities.
He expressed satisfaction that the number of the  people of country who are able to read and write have increased in the country, and the number of illiterate people are decreasing by passing   each day.
He urged the literate individuals in the families to help the illiterates of that family to read and write as well.
He stressed that the Ministry of Information and Culture, cultural foundations and publishers of the country are obliged to prepare informative books and print them for the children of the country to raise the scientific, cultural and general information of the people and this way the culture of book reading is promoted in the country.
He asked the youth to reduce watching the TVs and instead focus on reading books and other publications.
It should be noted that with the initiative of Information and Culture Ministry, the last week of Saur has been named as the week of reading books and it has been added to the annual calendar.