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Monday, April 02, 2012
Kandahar (BNA) The new primary school named Shahid Ataullah Mukhils which was built in Daman district of Kandahar province inaugurated the other day. 
Speaking on the occasion, Shir Aqa Safi the director of education department said the school constructed with the financial support of Kandahar-based PRT and the World Bank, has the capacity to accommodate 400 students at one time. 
More than 4000 students including boys and girls are studying in 19 schools of Daman district.
According to another report Heavy rain falls and floods had damaged 50 houses and some 100 hectares farmlands in Panjshir province on Friday.  The flood hit Khinj, and Parian districts that caused no loss of life.

Monday, April 02, 2012
Kabul (BNA) Chaired by Fazle Hadi Muslimyar speaker of the Senate, the senators discussed the results of the university entrance exams and the education conditions in the country as well as the process for employment of youth. 
The senate called non-enrollment of a great number of students with high marks in higher educational institutions and their attraction to the semi-higher education foundations, existence of imbalanced education with low quality, non-existence of positive policy of higher education institutions as a grave social crisis. 
The senators asked questions in this respect from the ministers of higher education, labor and social affairs and deputy minister for professional affairs of education ministry.

Sunday, April 01, 2012
Kabul (BNA) The Minister of Labor, Social Affairs, Martyrs and Disabled distributed certificates to the graduates of Azadi training center yesterday. 
In this round 114 youth (boys and girls) affiliated with the government orphanage in center and provinces have been trained in this center learning and got skills in computer, Algebra,  arithmetic, trigonometry spheres.
In the ceremony held to this end Amena Afzal called the training to the youth as a step towards knowledge in the country. 
She added that her ministry is striving hard to prepare grounds for the children orphanages of the country so that they better learn knowledge and become sound members of the Afghan society. 
She stressed that during the past year, 900 youth of orphanages were graduated from this center. 
She asked those having remained without results in the entrance exams to refer to the crafts training center and select their craft of choice and continued their training in this center.

Sunday, April 01, 2012
Kabul (BNA) First vice-president Marshal Mohammad Qaseem Fahim in his farewell meeting yesterday with the British ambassador to Afghanistan William Patti praised his services during his mission to Afghanistan. 
During the meeting Marshal Fahim called British assistance to the people of Afghanistan as outstanding and considered to role of Britain as a strategic friendly country of Afghanistan as important in reconstruction and in shaping the national army and national police and expressed the hope that this role to be continued. 
The British outgoing ambassador to Afghanistan whose term of office has completed here emphasized on his country’s commitment towards Afghanistan and added that his country will remain in Afghanistan till the threat of terrorism in Afghanistan is eliminated. 
He added that we shall remain on the side of the people of Afghanistan after 2014 as well and we shall continue training and equipping of the national army and the national police of Afghanistan.