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Wednesday, August 01, 2012
Kabul (BNA) The ministries for communication and higher education inked agreement yesterday under which all the universities of the country through internet network of optic fiber will be connected to research centers and famous universities of the world. 
In line with the agreement, all necessary equipments will be provided by the ministry for communication within six months for the five universities of the country in the first phase and later these universities will be linked to the popular universities of the world through optic fiber. 
Minister for communication and information technology, Amirzai Sangin after inking the agreement said that the system would enable students to get access to the latest information on any topic. 
The project would cost 3 million US dollars and provided by the communication development service. 
Minister for higher education Dr. Obidullah Obid said the system would an able the students to add their knowledge.
 

Wednesday, August 1, 2012
Kabul (BNA) The ministry for higher education system has been equipped with video conference system which has connected the ministry to 13 universities, minister for higher education Dr. Abidullah Abid said. 
Addressing a news conference yesterday, the minister besides congratulating the staffs for installing the advance equipments added that the ministry via the video system would have meetings with the in-charges of the universities of the country in each 15 days to hear their problems and find the way for solutions. 
He also added that lectures will also be given to universities through the video conference system. 
Through the video conference, the minister for higher education has also talked with some officials of the universities and also responded to the questions of the journalists. 
With the financial support of NATO all the universities of the country would be connected to video conference system.
 

Sunday July 29, 2012
Kabul (BNA) Malaysia has agreed to provide five scholarships annually to Afghan students and this was announced during the visit of Dr. Obaidullah Obaid the minister for higher education to Malaysia.
Dr. Obaid during the visit held meetings with deputy to prime minister, education minister, minister for higher education and other officials and exchanged view on matters pertaining mutual interests between the two countries.
During the meeting the Afghan delegation emphasized for enhancing relations between the universities of the two countries, exchange of delegation and boosting cooperation in the field of education.
The Malaysia side including its minister for higher education assured their support and promised to provide five scholarships annually to the ministry of higher education of Afghanistan and the number would increase in future.
 

Monday, July 23, 2012
Kabul (BNA) Fifty staffs of the justice and judiciary of Parwan province received certificates after completion of a two-month seminar on capacity building, Mohammad Omar Omarzada the head of justice said yesterday.
Aimed at building capacity of judges, prosecutors and lawyers, the seminar was financed by the foreign ministry of the United State of America.
Speaking at the certificate ceremony, provincial governor Abdul Basir Salangi while expressed his gratitude for the support of US, called on the staffs of judiciary and justice to spare no efforts in implementing the law and ensuring the rule of law in society.
In his speech at the ceremony, the representative of the US foreign ministry on the rule of law in Afghanistan assured the continued support for brining harmony among the judiciary organs to ensure implementation of the law in society.