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Thursday, November 29, 2012
Kabul (BNA) the new buildings of Poshqan girls school and Mamora Porimary School was inaugurated by education head in the Pashtoon Zarghoon district of Herat province.  BNA reported the new building of Poshqan girl’s high school has been constructed in one storey from development budget of education ministry within one year and has 10 classrooms, 2 administrative rooms, and other necessary facilities.  The Mamora primary school building was constructed by education ministry within one year and has 4 classrooms, administrative office, and other educational facilities.  With construction of these schools, better education fields were provided for students of  these schools.  T. Suraya-Yarzada

Tuesday, November 20, 2012
Kabul (BNA) 2008 graduated students from high school in Ghoor province have passed university entering exam. 
BNA reported, this examination was held in presence of Anwar Rahmati governor of Ghoor, dispatching delegation of Examination Dept of higher education ministry, members of provincial council and in charges of state offices in that province.
The exam took in the Alauddin Ghoori high school of that province.
T. Suraya-Yarzada

Monday November 19, 2012
Kabul (BNA) The world student day observed in the ministry for higher education yesterday.
In the meeting attended by parliamentarians, government functionaries and students from government and private universities, in his speech Mohammad Usman Baburi the acting higher education minister highlighted the background of the world students’ day, saying the day for the first time was observed in Britain in 1941.
Lawmaker Abdul Hafiz Mansoor also spoke on the occasion, noting the main reason for poverty and insecurity in Afghanistan is poor attention to knowledge and literacy.
Rector of Kabul University Prof. Habib also in his speech pointed out that learning knowledge is the only means to get the country out of problems and achieve social prosperity.

Saturday, November 17, 2012
Faizabad (BNA) 14 school buildings were came under utilization in 8 districts of Badakhshan province today. 
According to reports, the construction work of these schools has been completed from budget of Central Asian Institutes at the cost of more than one billion dollars. 
Jan Aqa Mojahid head of charity organization of Marco-polo said that from 702 schools in Badakhshan province, 200 of it have no building and students learn under the tents.
According to Moijahid, these schools were constructed in the Shahda and Wardoij Baharak, Daraim, Koran Menjan, Nasi, Jorm and Zebak districts within one year. 
More than 6000 students (girls and boys) learn in these schools.  
T. Suraya-Yarzada