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Saturday July 6, 2019
KABUL (BNA) President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani on second day of his visit to Kandahar met yesterday with Ulama of the province and heard their problems, demands and suggestions.
In the meeting, Mawlavi Faizul Haq and Mawlavi Obaidullah Faizani, representing others, spoke and thanked the country’s President for holding Imam Abo Hanifa Symposium attended by Ulama of the Islamic countries, considering holding the respective symposium as a big step towards consolidation of unity among Muslims. They shared their demands and suggestions in the field of construction of madrasas, mosques and creating general Darul-Ifta in Kandahar, providing employment to Ulama and increasing of structures of provincial directorate of hajj and Islamic affairs with the country’s President.
Praising the country’s Ulamas for their efforts, President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani said that steps have been taken for construction of mosques across the country, adding that a big Darul-Ulum would be constructed in Kandahar and instructing the provincial governor to consider land for construction of the madrasa.

Thursday, July 4, 2019
Kabul (BNA) A school building to be built by national citizenship program of rural rehabilitation and development ministry at the cost of 3 million Afghanis in Kandahar province.
According to national citizenship program of rural rehabilitation and development ministry to BNA, the school will be constructed in Takhta Pul, Kandahar province.
The school will have 6 classrooms, administrative rooms, and other educational facilities.
T. Yarzada

Saturday, June 29, 2019
Kabul (BNA) Addressing the inauguration ceremony of first IT research center here in Kabul, Mohammad Fahim Hashemi, acting minister of Telecommunications and IT, said he was happy taking a positive step towards improvement of the sector. 
He said creation of such centers and facilitating students through practical work in IT area was very important.  “In future, students would get benefit of this IT laboratory which is created MTN telecom company for research and practical learning”, he said.
The acting minister said IT development was important for economic development, ensuring security and improving human resources.  Hashemi asked other private companies to invest in the sector so it would also help IT students get practical experience and joint the job market.
Meanwhile, Ebbed Reza, MTN telecom company’s head in Afghanistan, said “We created these opportunities for students who want to do research in IT, we are trying to give them a chance of practical education in this area,” that is the reason we created it in the Information and Telecommunications Technology Institute (ICTI), we will provide all needed assistance for the improvement of education in this particular area, “he said Reza said the laboratory cost $80,000.
Shafi Sharifi, head of ICTI, said that Afghanistan was placed in the lowest position in scientific innovations, but the IT laboratory would help resolve the issue to some extent.

Wednesday June 26, 2019
PUL-E-ALAM CITY (BNA) Doors of five school have reopened in Mohammad Agha district of central Logar province.
Shah Poor Ahmadzai spokesman of police chief in Logar told BNA correspondent, the schools have been closed one month ago by local people in Zarghon Shahr region, Mohammad Agha district of the province.
It is mentionable that the schools have reopened by efforts of education officials and tribal elders.
M.A.Ansari  

 

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