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Costing $32m, Five Institutes Established In Various Sectors

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Wednesday November 14 2012
Kabul (BNA) Five institutes have been established in premises of Kabul auto mechanical department which currently facilitate up to 600 students for training.
While talking to the reporter, Abdul Saboor Ghafrani, Media in-charge of ministry of education said that inauguration of the upper institutes are remarkable move to further expand and develop professional and technical capacities of the candidates and it would facilities nearly 4500 employees to purse professional and technical skills in these facilities adding that a two story building for at least 700 teachers of these institutes would be constructed with the cost of 82 million Afghani from financial support of the German TTA Bank.
Ghafrani said that construction of veterinary and agriculture building would be accomplished from national development budget with cost of 53 million Afghanis and it will facilitate up 1500 students to pursue professional trainings in this building.
He also reported of computer science building which will be constructed with the cost of 32 million Afghani and the building will have 24 rooms for up to 1500 students adding that agriculture training institute with the cost of 1.197 billion Afghani will be completed within the next five years and financial expenditures of the project is paid by Holland.
He added that construction agricultural and veterinary institutes will be started soon from national development budget program of Afghan Govt. and the buildings are equipped in good standard with 30 rooms, hostels and other needs.
According to him, currently, more than 210 technical and professional training in various fields to the people and more than 70 thousand students are pursuing lesson in these facilities.
Meanwhile, citizens in the country appreciated Govt. of Afghanistan for constructing such useful facilities to the undergraduate students.
Law students of Kabul University Muhammad Shakir said that Afghanistan extremely requires technical and professional institutes to recruit the youth in these facilities so that a prosperous and technically rich Afghanistan is guaranteed in the future.
This came after dozens of professional and technical institutes are constructed in the country alongside activities of the higher education institutions.
 

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