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Monday, July 09, 2012
Kunduz (BNA) The Khanabad girls’ high school inaugurated by education minister yesterday. 
According to BNA, in the inaugural ceremony of this school, the education minister said, preparing education in the country is in the priorities of the education ministry programs. 
Mohammad Zahir Nazem education head of Kunduz said, education minister with his accompanied delegation visited that province to evaluate the education system, shortages of materials and searching of practical ways for possible education. 
The education minister promised to distribute residential plots for teachers and will pay attention on their concession. 
Also, the education minister directed employment of 100 teachers for entering university’s examine. 
Mohammad Anwar Jegdelak governor of Kunduz talked regarding to security and education situation and assured from activities of all schools in this province.
According to him, currently 370 schools existed in Kunduz province and 107 schools are in rental buildings. 
Education head of Kunduz said to BNA. This school has been constructed in two stories on an area of 3 and half jirib of land with the assistance of Germany at the cost of $ 500,000, and has 24 classrooms, 8 administrative rooms and other facilities. 
It is said that the building of this school constructed within 15 months.  T. Suraya-Yarzada
 

Wednesday, July 4, 2012
Kabul (BNA) The Youth affairs directorate of the ministry for information and culture has facilitated 1010 students to get enrolment for higher education in the private institutes, deputy to the Youth affairs directorate, Timor Shah Ishaqzai said yesterday after inking agreements with private higher education centers of Dirikhshan in Faryab and Hadia teacher training center in Kabul. 
He also added that some students will be sent to India. Since beginning this year, 10610 students have been facilitated to get higher education and the number would reach to 30,000 by the end of the current year.
 

Monday, July 02, 2012
Kabul (BNA) The minister for higher education Dr. Abidullah Abid has emphasized for transparency in giving scholarships. 
While inspecting the math exams of 600 candidates for study in Kazakhstan yesterday, the minister stressed for respecting fairness in giving scholarship, also wished success for the participants in the exams, saying in line with the agreement inked between the two nations in 2009, Kazakhstan provides scholarship to Afghan students. 
In his speech, Dr. Azizullah Amir the head of foreign relations office of the ministry for higher education said that 93 out of 600 students attended the test would be chosen for medical, engineering, journalism, pedagogy and police and sent to Kazakhstan.
 

Sunday, July 01, 2012
Sheberghan (BNA) The construction work of a building for the primary school of Khwja Dokoh district was started today. 
Abdul Hai Yasheen, education head of Jouzjan said to BNA, this new building will be constructed at the cost of $122,000 and has 6 classrooms, 2 administrative rooms and other facilities. 
It is said that in this School, 300 students study. 
T. Suraya-Yarzada