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Saturday, December 22, 2012
Kabul (BNA) The new building school for Behsood district of Nangarhar province was inaugurated by the in charge of education Dept. of that province and came under utilization. 
BNA reported, the building of this school has been constructed in two stories with the financial assistance of Japan (JICA) office within one year and has 16 classrooms, 4 administrative rooms and other educational facilities. 
In this school 2000 students learn which previously they faced with shortage of classrooms. 
T. Suraya-Yarzada
 

Saturday, December 22, 2012
Kabul (BNA) The minister of higher education Dr. Obaidullah Obaid in meeting with Finland ambassador to Afghanistan the other day sought Finish assistance in promoting higher education.
In the meeting, according to the press office of higher education ministry, Dr. Obaid had also sough Finland support in Building new universities in Afghanistan.
For his part ambassador Pauli repatriated his government’s support to Afghanistan after 2014, saying he would forward the new proposal to concerned bodies in Finland.
 

Tuesday, December 18, 2012
Lashkarga (BNA) Local authorities of Garmsir district in Helmand province said that with cooperation of people 33 schools reopened in that province. 
The schools reopened again in Garmsir district while more schools at the level of Helmand province were closed. 
Haji Abdul Nasir education head of the mentioned district said to BNA, totally 33 schools reopened with the efforts of local in charges and cooperation of people in this district and the people of Garmsir confirmed that they not allow anyone to close schools in that district. 
Currently in these schools, 8000 students are learning out of which 636 are girls. 
According to education head of Garmsir, the people of that district have decided to keep the schools from attacks of armed militants in order to extend education in that district again. 
T. Suraya-Yarzada
 

Wednesday, December 12, 2012
Kabul (BNA) The first-ever seminar on teachers’ capacity building was opened in Kabul yesterday.
The two week conference will be attended by 3,000 teachers in the seven educational precincts of Kabul city.
In this opening remarks, Najibullah Kamram the head of Kabul city education directorate pointed out that the aim of seminar is to improve the ability of teachers in different subjects in order to enable each teacher to teach the students properly and with essential capability.
Presently, 80 percent of teachers are professional; he went on to say, and adding the ministry for education would do its best to improve the ability of the remaining teachers by organizing seminars and workshops.
Welcoming the program, a teacher Najla said that holding of such seminar is imperative for improving teachers’ inability and professionalism.
She also called on the ministry for education to provide scientific laboratories to the schools.
In spite of the efforts by the ministry of education still the lack of professional teachers in many schools are tangible.
 

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