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Saturday, November 10, 2012
Kabul (BNA) The Minister of Education Farouq Wardakk has said that five private schools had been dissolved. 
In this address to open the new complementary building of Rabia Balkhi Lycee, here the other day, he warned not to allow looting people in the name of running private schools. 
Only in Kabul, he added there are 662 private schools with many of them with poor standard. 
He also expressed satisfaction over the operation of 116 private schools, saying the operation of 25 private schools has been suspended.


Friday, November 09, 2012

Kabul (BNA) plot lands were distributed for deserved teachers of Daikundi province yesterday.  BNA reported the documents of this plot lands were distributed by responsible of that province for 255 deserved teachers in Daikudi province.  A function was held for this purpose in the hall of education dept of that province, number of responsible of deduction dept, members of provincial council, police chief, tribal influential’s and teachers were present.  The education head of that province talked about role of teacher in deduction of children of the country and appreciated from efforts of them in education field.  T. Suraya-Yarzada


Friday, November 09, 2012

Kabul (BNA)  new building for Naghlo primary school was inaugurated by education head in the Behsood district of Nangarhar province yesterday.  BNA reported, this building has been constructed in two storeys with the financial assistance of Japan within 18 months.  This school has 16 classrooms, 8 administrative rooms and other educational facilities.  It is being said that in this school approximately, 400 girls and boys were learned, with construction of this new building, the better educational facilities were provided   for students .  T. Suraya-Yarzada

Wednesday, November 07, 2012
Kabul (BNA) The Minister for education laid down the foundation stone of teacher training center here yesterday. 
The academic center which presents professional teachers is constructed at a cost of 14 million Euros, financed by the Germany’s government and will be completed within two years. 
In the ceremony of laying foundation the representatives of World Bank, Germany, New Zealand and Holland were also present. 
According to another report, the minister of education Dr. Farooq Wardak had also laid the foundation stone of veterinary and agriculture institute in Kabul yesterday. 
The project at a cost of more than 52 million Afghanis will be completed within 18 months.