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Saturday, October 06, 2012
Kabul (BNA) The Minister of education left Kabul for Herat at the head of a delegation for opening some projects and distribution of land plots for teachers in Herat.
Farouq Wardak at this visit will observe further improvement of education by using the USD250 million aid of the World Bank to be executed till the end of 1393.
According to the minister by usage of this aid 10 important construction projects will be completed in Herat and aid will also used for raising the working capacity of teachers, principals and undertaken of Masters’ program for the teachers of that province.
Of this aid USD 300, 000 will be used for creation of an attachment of Teachers’ College, USD800, 000 to be used for provision of potable water for 18 school children and procurement of health facilities and completion of 14 incomplete projects in Herat.
He added that membership of the ministry of education of Afghanistan at the international education participation and attaining of financial assistance from this source is a reliable outlet for implementation of national programs and during the coming year the ministry will be able to employ talented and experienced teachers in 13 provinces and enroll around 3 million of deprived school students at the country’s schools.
He added that till the end of this year residential townships will be opened in 9 districts of that province and in the meeting with the elders and influential emphasis was made on improving education with the cooperation of the people.

Saturday, October 06, 2012
Kabul (BNA) The International Teacher’s Day observed here in Kabul the other day. 
In a function held in Ariana Lycee, where Mohammad Wahid Nuri the head of international department and cultural affairs of the ministry for education in his speech highlighted the role of teacher in developing the society, noting, it is teacher who teaches human being, takes society towards progress and respectful life. 
The administrator of Ariana Lycee also spoke on the occasion, saying it is teacher who teaches humanity to man.  The day has been observed in other schools in Kabul and other cities across the country. 
The minister for higher education Dr. Abidullah Obid in his message congratulated the day, saying the teachers deserve all goodness and prosperity.


Friday, October 05, 2012

Kabul (BNA) teacher day was celebrated during functions in the several provinces of Afghanistan yesterday.  These functions was held in the Ghoor, Balkh, Paktia and Logar provinces, ulema, leadership delegation, deans of universities, teachers and cultureless of these provinces were attended.  In first the message of the education ministry readout, and said, in the year of 1391 approximately 9,5 millions of students were educated by 207,000 teachers in 15,000 and 500 schools and educations institutions across of the country.  Around 160,000 new teachers were appointed within three recent years in schools of country, and 7,000 residential plots were distributed for them which this process continued.  In the end of the ceremonies, the participants read out their articles regarding to teacher day and role of teacher in society.  In these functions, the local authorities of education pledged assistance for solving problems of teachers.  T. Suraya-Yarzada

Wednesday, October 03, 2012
Kabul (BNA) Eleven private education institutes in conjunction with the higher education ministry held workshop with the objective to improve education quality.
In his speech, the minister for higher education Dr. Obidullah Obid stated the planning for the improvement of the education system in government universities has yielded the desired outcome and the program would be implementing in the private education institutes.
In his speech Mohammad Usman Babiri the deputy to the higher education ministry stressed for reviewing the teaching quality in the private education institutes, saying with having higher education the country can achieve progress.
According to another report, Dr. Obid laid the foundation stone of Nursing Faculty here yesterday.
The project at a cost of 1.6 million US dollars funded by the ministry for higher education would be completed within year.
Professor Shirin Aqa Zarif the rector of medical faculty said in his speech at the ceremony.