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Wednesday, March 14, 2012
Kabul (BNA) A national trader of Panjshir has assisted nearly $ 500,000 to provincial directorate of education for Panjshir. 
According to Abdul Muqim Halimi, provincial directorate of education, the amount will be spent for capacity building of teachers in Panjshir province. 
He added it is determined that special courses of math, physics, biology, chemistry, geometry and trigonometry are to be held for students of grades 10th, 11th, and 12th in all schools of the province, saying a special entry test preparation classes are also to be held for those students who are in grade 12th. 
He said for addressing to lack of professional teachers, new professional teachers are to be hired and provided with high salaries. 
While appreciating the national trader for his assistance, provincial director of education said, “The amount will be spent in launching seminars, workshops, all learning programs, providing equipments and computer tools for schools in the province.”

Tuesday, March 13, 2012
Kabul (BNA) In his meeting with the teachers of Mohammad Asif Mayel second vice-president Mohammad Karim Khalili said that progress in a country is possible through concentration of education. 
At the meeting the teachers shared their problems with Khalili and asked for attention of the government in addressing them. 
It is said that this school presently has 10,000 students and due to increased load of students and shortage of classes there is need for construction of another teaching blocks. 
Other problems include ensuring electricity, activation of water and digging of well for potable drinking water and greenery of the high school were other problems raised by the teachers. 
Khalili praised the efforts of the teachers towards education of the sons of this country adding that progress in a country is possible through education and experience of international community indicates that progress is possible through development of education. 
He assured the teachers that their demands will be duly addressed. 
The teachers thanked Khalili for his keen attention towards education and especially to this high school and presented a letter merits to Khalili which was prepared by the students and the teachers of Mohammad Asif Mayel high school.

Tuesday, March 06, 2012
Kabul (BNA) The members of the association in its meeting with Mohammad Karim Khalili second vice-president shared some of their problems during their education and after graduation. 
They asked for better educational facilities inside and outside the country and the double approach at the educational centers. 
They considered attraction of new scientific cadres at the academic centers of the country as a necessity and hopped that the government undertaken measures towards resolving of these problems. 
They also touched on the problems of the people living in the tenth precinct of Kabul especially Char-Qala of Wazirabad as they do not have access to potable water, road, hospital, health clinic and the needed schools. 
According to them still the students are pursuing education at rented homes and no measure has been taken for establishment of high school here. 
They recalled that despite repeated requests of the residents no source has paid attention towards these people.
Khalili called creation of the association a good step towards expansion of cultural and scientific spheres in the country and stressed that the civil foundations can assist the government in verifying the problems and challenges and overcoming them. 
He added that despite a series of problems at the government departments, it is hoped that the young generation with their will can lead the country towards progress. 
Considering cultural and economic poverty as two factors of backwardness in the country Khalili added that the new era has golden chance to direct the country towards cultural, economic and scientific prosperity. 
He assured them that their problems will be duly addressed.

Monday, March 05, 2012
Kabul (BNA) A number of textbooks of ministry of education have been taken to the country from Karachi port. 
According to Abdul Saboor Ghufrani, an official for the ministry of education, the books had been suspended in Karachi port were allowed by to be taken into the country. 
He added a number of the books have been taken to the country and their distribution is under way in various provinces of the country. 
Ghufrani added transition of the books from Karachi port is continuing and the ministry of education is trying to complete the transition process of the books before the new solar year. 
Nearly 77 containers of textbooks had recently been stopped by Pakistan government. 
The sent books included 7.5 million textbooks for Afghan students grading 10th, 11th and 12th were printed in UAE by US for ministry of education and taken to the country through Karachi port.