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Monday, April 9, 2012

Kabul (BNA) The Kabul Poly Technic University has enrolled over 900 new students this year.  Ezzatullah Hamed Rector of the university said that these students (both male and female) were attracted in the construction, geology and mines, electro-mechanic, computer engineering and chemical technology of the university.  He added that the university attracts many students through entrance exams every year and graduates up to 500 from its different departments.  He added that currently round 3,000 students, 7% of whom are girls, are pursuing education and taught by 217 lecturers.  He stresses further that during the currently year a new faculty was created in the university in the name of geodesy faculty along with new departments of geo-dynamic and open extraction through which it can train professional cadres and can attract more students in the university.  Hamed noted that from 1357 till 1374 masters program was also carried at this university and many have got masters degree but the program could not be implemented due to varying problems.  He stressed that the masters program was started anew in 1390 at the Poly Technic University of Kabul and now 19 students are pursuing lessons in hydraulic, hydraulics technical construction and construction faculty.  The Poly Technic was established in 1346 and it has graduated thousand of professional cadres from its faculties so far.

Monday, April 09, 2012

Charikar (BNA) the foundation stone of new building for Syeedkhail district high school was laid down by Abdul Basir Salangi governor of Parwan province yesterday.  Zalmai Shaheed education head of Parwan said to BNA, this high school will be constructed with the assistance of Korea PRT at the cost of $411,000 dollars within 15 month.  This school will have 26 classrooms, liberator room’s library, and conference hall and water well.  In foundation ceremony of this school, Abdul Basir Salangi governor of Parwan talked in important of education and requested people and elders of the area in keeping of this school.  T. Suraya-Yarzada

Wednesday, April 04, 2012

Kabul (BNA) the construction contract of Afghan-Turk high school was signed between Afghanistan Islamic Republic education and Turkish ministries in ECO session in Ankara city yesterday.  This contract was signed by Afghan education minister Farooq Wardak and education minister of Turkish.  According to BNA, the contract of this high school taken place in 2007 and due to construct in Aqcha district of Sheberghan city with name of Habibia Qaderi high school.   As per of this contract, beside teaching of Afghan educational issues, the Turkish, Uzbeki and proposal matters of that country will be teaching in that school.  Also, annually for 10 excellent                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         students of this school will be granted educational bourses of that country.  It is said that Turkish further assisted in construction and security fields towards education in Afghanistan.  Suraya-Yarzada

Wednesday, April 04, 2012

Kabul (BNA) Minister of Information and Culture, Dr. Sayed Makhdoom Raheen lauded those students gained the highest scores in the university entry exams that had thrown thousands of others with no results.  A function which was held by the Kabul people throughout council, Mathematics center of Qais Rabeen and Toli-e-Naween in Kabul, the minister lauded the students and called their success to get the highest entry exam’s scores as not only their efforts, but the results of their parents and teachers struggles made for them.  “The youth like you, are giving a bright future hope for the country and our nation considers a bright future and positive change to be brought in the country through your endeavors”, Raheen praised.  Meanwhile, head of Kabul city education department and some other related high officials spoke related to the issue and asked them to fulfill their responsibility in the future; the future of the country would be set by them so they should try their best to get high education.