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Tuesday, December 20, 2011
Kabul (BNA) The foundation stone of Zarghoona Ana girl’s middle school and Rahman Mina primary school in the center of Zabul province were laid down by governor and in charges of education Depts. of that province yesterday. 
According to education ministry press office, the Zarghoona Ana   middle school will be constructed in two stories on an area of four jirib of lands which was donated by a resident of Qalat city and will have 16 classrooms, 4 administrative offices and other facilities.
The construction work of that school will be completed within one year. 
Also, the Rahman Mina primary school will be constructed in one store from budget of World Bank within 6 months and will have 8 classrooms, 4 administrative offices and other facilities.  Translated by Suraya-Yarzada

Tuesday, December 20, 2011
Kabul (BNA) Fazel Hadi Muslimyar Chief of the Senate, met with some representatives of private schools. 
At the meeting the representatives of the private schools asked for amendment of private schools regulations and reduction of the price of electric energy. 
They said that around 100,000 students are pursuing education at those schools, but the in charges of the schools have been abused by the in charges of the education ministry and they complain of education ministry’s supervision methods. 
The speaker of the senate promised cooperation in reaching understanding with the education ministry and if needed he will assist a meeting with the president of the country. 
At the meeting Mohamoud Danishjo head of the commission for religious, cultural, education and higher education affairs and senator Eng. Mohammad Deen Hamdard were also present. 
Another report adds that Muslimyar met with the commander of local police and some elders of Nejrab district of Kapisa in his office. 
At the meeting the commander of local police of the Kapisa province set forth shortage of equipment and means and asked for attention of the government in this respect. 
Another report adds that the administrative body of the senate met with Kabul Mayor Eng.  Mohammad Yunos Nawandish. 
At the meeting they debated Municipality’s development plans and reconstruction of the Darul Aman Palace and the insignia of the senate was presented to Nawandish for his meritorious services. 
Meanwhile, the achievements of Qazi Faizullah Mujadidi head of the primary courts of courts of third precinct of Kabul were appreciated by the senate and he was presented with an appreciation letter.

Tuesday, December 20, 2011
Terinkot (BNA) For the first time, 250 students of the high schools of provincial center and related districts of Uruzgan passed the entrance examination yesterday. 
It is said that this year, 300 students graduated from high school registered their names in this province that from among them, 245 students passed the entrance examination. 
This examination took place by the delegation of the ministry of higher education. 
Previously, the students of this province were passing the examination in Kandahar zone. 
According to another report, over 1000 graduates from high schools of Ghor province passed the entrance examination to higher education institutions. 
The governor of Ghor and two MPs visited the examination process and this process supervised by the delegation of higher studies ministry.

Tuesday, December 20, 2011
Kabul (BNA) Nearly 150,000 students would take a higher education entrance examination this year and 100,000 of them would be enrolled in higher and semi-higher institutions, the Higher Education Ministry announced on Monday. 
Up to 34,460 of the students having good results would be enrolled in higher education institutions, deputy higher education minister, Bari Siddiqul told a news conference. 
The remaining nearly 60,000 students would be accommodated in semi-higher institutions in coordination with the Public Health Ministry, he said. 
He said the higher education ministry had been able to raise the capacity of education institutions with each passing year. 
In 2012, he said, the ministry planned to establish five new institutions in Farah, Urozgan, Ghor, Paktia and Sar-i-Pul provinces. 
Siddiqui said 20 new faculties and 50 departments would be added to the existed institutions. 
The ministry had taken technical measures to ensure transparency in the entry test, he said, adding previously each participant had 10 choices to select a faculty, but now the choices had been reduced to five.