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Tuesday, February 28, 2012
Herat (BNA) Four private schools were closed due to not having legal document in Herat province today.
After evaluating the teaching method of the mentioned schools by a joined delegation of provincial council and education department of that province the schools were closed.
Basir Ahmad Taheri education head of Herat said to BNA, in charges of the closed schools advised that beside taking legal certificates of activity, pay attention on their teaching methods.  
Meanwhile, Mooen Saboor education spokesman of Herat said that evaluating and control of private education centers will continue in that province. 
Currently, 64 private schools and hundreds of educational centers are active in Herat province. 
T. Suraya-Yarzada

Tuesday, February 21, 2012
Kabul (BNA) A learning workshop was held through Swedish Committee in Samangan province for capacity building of teachers.
According to Shamsul Haq, a provincial official for education, the workshop has been launched for 150 female teachers and would last for three weeks.
He said the workshop aimed to introduce new teaching methods and build capacity of teaching in various subjects, as math, geometry, biology, physics and chemistry. 
Meanwhile, official for education have welcomed the program and considered it as effective for improvement of education in the province.

Monday, February 20, 2012
Kabul (BNA) The first round of university entering examination of higher education institutions was held in Kabul. 
According to BNA, in this exam 12500 high schools’ graduated girls and boys from Kabul have attended. 
The exam was held in Kabul medical university, Polytechnic and education universities of Kabul. 
Prof. Sediqi deputy minister of higher education ministry said that this year, with establishing of 5 new higher education institutions in Ghoor, Farah, Paktika, Sar Pul and Urozgan provinces more candidates will accept in universities. 
According to him, accepting candidates of higher education institutions have increased than last year as well. 
He asked the attention of higher education ministry for well and clear holding of the exam. 
T. Suraya-Yarzada

Monday, February 20, 2012
Kabul (BNA) Second vice-president Mohammad Karim Khalili met with the members of the understanding and liaison committee and some lecturers of Nangarhar University. 
The members shared their problems with the vice-president and asked the government leadership for addressing their difficulties. 
They said that the buildings of the university require reconstruction and so far no measure was taken as regards the lecturers residential plots. 
Approval of Night College with specific budget, expropriation of land for building of lecturer’s residences and dormitory for the students were other demands of the members and lecturers of the university. 
Khalili expressed pleasure to meet the members and the lecturers and assured them of timely addressing of their demands. 
He said that the Nangarhar University is a long-standing scientific center in Afghanistan and possesses the required capacity for training of professional cadres and that the government focuses its attention towards upgrading the capacity of the higher education institutions and universities and this program indeed bring about progress in the country.