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Sunday, May 13, 2012
Kabul (BNA) The Higher Education Minister Obaidullah Obaid was the Chief Guest at the Certificate Distribution Ceremony of Pakistan Embassy Vocational Training Institute at the Embassy compound in Karte Parwan.
He distributed certificates among the Afghan students who have completed English and computer courses from the Institute.

Muhammad Sadiq, Pakistan’s Ambassador in Kabul welcoming the chief guest and the graduating students at the ceremony said that education and capacity building of Afghans were amongst Pakistan’s top priorities in Afghanistan.
He stated that during past thirty years 30,000 Afghans had graduated from Pakistan while some 7,000 students were presently studying in Pakistani universities and colleges.
He said that at least 500,000 Afghan refugee children were also studying in schools in Pakistan.

Ambassador Sadiq told the guests that Embassy was running this Institute without any tuition fees so that Afghans improve their skills in English language and computers to help them in their education and professional lives. He emphasized that education will also enhance prospects of peace and stability.

Higher Education Minister Obaidullah Obaid in his speech thanked Pakistan Embassy for providing this opportunity to Afghan students to learn English and computers. He also appreciated Government of Pakistan for provision of 2,000 scholarships as well as allowing large number of Afghan students in Pakistani institutions.

A total of 380 students received the certificates while another 300 are presently under training in the Institute.

Friday, May 04, 2012
Panjshir (BNA) New buildings for 31 schools were opened in Panjshir province. 
These buildings have been constructed for schools in Shatal and Bazarak districts center of that province. 
These buildings have been constructed from the budget of education ministry at the cost of Afghani 89 million. 
In opening of these buildings, Farooq Wardak education minister said that 200 classrooms were constructed for students in these buildings. 
According to Panjshir education Dept. with construction of these school buildings, education facilities provided for thousands of students. 
Keramuddin, governor of Panjshir called shortage of classrooms, professional teachers and educational tools one of the main problems of education in this province. 
Meanwhile, education minister promised that in the framework of their 5 annually programs, he will solve educational problem in this province. 
T. Suraya-Yarzada

Wednesday, May 02, 2012
Nangarhar (BNA) Teachers of Nangarhar University ended their one week walkout. 
The teachers of university stop teaching of students for one week in reaction bluff of government in distribution of lands for them. 
They said that presidential office had directed for distribution of lands for instructors of that university, but the local in charges nonchalance in this fields. 
The teachers after promising of their maturity applications ended to their walkout. 
Local in charges of Nangarhar said that they will start construction of a counters hip for them soon. 
Ahmad Zeia Abdulzai spokesman of Nangarhar governor said to BNA, this counter ship will be constructed for instructors of the university inside Jalalabad city. He said the preliminary works of this counter ship was ended and implementation work continues on this counter ship.  T. Suraya-Yarzada
 

Wednesday, May 02, 2012
Aibak (BNA) Two school buildings were inaugurated by governor of Samangan in Aibak center of that province yesterday. 
The girls’ primary school of Robatak village and middle school of Shorabiak village center of Samangan province have been constructed on an area of 2 Jiribs of lands in one story each.
Each building has 8 classrooms and other necessary facilities.  Khairullah Anosh governor of Samangan said that the expenditure of these schools are $ 240,000 and funded by Swedish country and work of these school took place by UNECEF office. 
According to the governor, these schools have been constructed in the remote village which has 50 Km distance from center of that province.  T. Suraya-Yarzada