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Wednesday, January 25, 2012
Kabul (BNA) The higher education ministry will establish 5 higher education institutions in the provinces of the country. 
Prof. Abdul Azim Noorbakhsh spokesman of higher education ministry said to BNA, the higher education ministry for upgrading of capacity in the universities, higher education institutions and further access of youths to higher education in the country, will build five more higher education institutions at the beginning of the come new year.  
According to him, these institutions will be build in Urozgan, Ghoor, Farah, Paktika and Sar-i-Pul provinces by the higher education ministry. 
He said that for further enrolling of youths in the universities and higher education institutions of the country, approximately, 20 faculties and 50 new Depts. created in the frame of state universities and nigh sections have been extended into the higher education institutions in the provinces of the country. 
According to him, the higher education ministry tries to provide further facilities for higher education and creation of facilities for youths in the country.  
Translated by Suraya-Yarzada

Wednesday, January 25, 2012
Zaranj (BNA) Construction work of three school buildings was completed in Nimrooz province today. 
Khalilullah Rahmani education head of Nimrooz said to BNA, two school buildings were constructed in the outskirts of Zaranj city and one other has been constructed in the Chakhansor district. 
These school buildings have been constructed with the assistance of World Bank (WB).
Each building has 8 classrooms and 4 administrative rooms, said the source.
According to the source, with construction of these buildings educational facilities have been provided for 3100 students.  
Translated by Suraya-Yarzada

Tuesday, January 24, 2012
Nangarhar (BNA) 373 teachers male and female yesterday graduated from a teacher training institute in Chaparhar district of Nangarhar. 
They received two years teacher training in the institute. 
According to Azim Khan Nayel, district director of education for Chaparhar, the graduates are to be absorbed in schools and religious madrasas as teachers for improvement of educational institutions.

Tuesday, January 24, 2012
Charikar (BNA) With completion of 35 uplift projects of Parwan education department, the problems of 25,000 students have been solved. 
According to Parwan education officials, the development projects have been completed in one year, which shows 50% increase comparing to last year. 
The projects costing 2.5 million US dollars have been completed in center and districts of the province, according to Nizamuddin Rahimi. 
He said with completion of the projects, nearly 25,000 students who were studying under tents, open air, mosques and rented houses have now benefited the projects. 
Rahimi added the projects have been financially funded by ministry of education, a number of foreign organizations and US provincial reconstruction team based in the province. 
According to the source, 54 other projects costing $4 million are now under construction in the province.