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Sunday, August 05, 2012
Kabul (BNA) The minister for higher education Dr. Obaidullah Obaid inaugurated the decorated park in the compound of the ministry yesterday. 
In the opening remarks, the minister said since the beginning of this year three parks in the ministry and two universities in Kabul city have been constructed and two more parks will be inaugurated in near future. 
He also said that having parks, greenery and green environment is essential for healthy society and useful for both the teachers and students. 
According to Munir Ahmad Mehrwar the director for planning and policy of the ministry for higher education, this park was build at a cost of one million Afghanis funded by the ministry for higher education.
 

Saturday, August 04, 2012
Kabul (BNA) The ministry for higher education held extra-ordinary meeting on how to materialize the presidential decree, yesterday.
In the meeting with higher education minister Dr. Obidullah Obaid on the chair, the participants including rectors of universities presented their suggestions for the acceleration of the presidential decree.
The minister for higher education while described the decree as effective for the promotion of higher education called on concerned authorities in the ministry to spare co efforts in materializing the decree.
The President in a 164 article decree issued couple of days ago listed war on corruption, good governance and economic sufficiency as the priority of the government.
 

Wednesday, August 1, 2012
MAIMANA (BNA) The work for the supplementary building of Sitara Lycee in Maimana city began yesterday, head of education department of Faryab province said.
The project, according to the official will be constructed in 300 square meters at a cost of 7 million Afghanis with the support of traders and businessmen.
The new one-story building, he added would have eight class rooms.
Built in 1322 Sitara Lycee was promoted to Primary in 1338 and to Lycee in 1348 accommodates some 3300 students at the moment.
 

Wednesday, August 01, 2012
Kabul (BNA) The ministries for communication and higher education inked agreement yesterday under which all the universities of the country through internet network of optic fiber will be connected to research centers and famous universities of the world. 
In line with the agreement, all necessary equipments will be provided by the ministry for communication within six months for the five universities of the country in the first phase and later these universities will be linked to the popular universities of the world through optic fiber. 
Minister for communication and information technology, Amirzai Sangin after inking the agreement said that the system would enable students to get access to the latest information on any topic. 
The project would cost 3 million US dollars and provided by the communication development service. 
Minister for higher education Dr. Obidullah Obid said the system would an able the students to add their knowledge.