21 January 2019

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Tuesday, January 08, 2019

Kabul (BNA) A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was signed yesterday between deputy minister of youth affairs for information and culture Dr. Kamal Sadat and head of Roshan Teacher Training Institute Abdul Rahman Rahmani in Kabul.
Based on the MoU, the institute will voluntarily provide training and learning opportunities to 1,000 vulnerable youth in various fields as computer, English language, journalism and mathematics.  The institute will also provide education opportunity to another 1,000 students in coming new education year.
After signing the agreement, deputy minister of youth affairs for information and culture said providing education opportunities to Afghan youth was in waking priorities of the deputy ministry of youth affairs, asking all other higher education institutes to provide such education and higher education opportunities to Afghan vulnerable youths.

Monday January 7, 2019

Pul-e-Alam City (BNA) Buildings will be built to 83 schools in central Logar province next year.
Shah Poor Arab spokesman of education directorate in Logar told BNA correspondent, the school building to be built with a cost of 380 million Afghanis in center and districts of the province.
Officially the construction work of the building would be started at March, 2019 and will be completed within six months, Arab added.
Currently, Logar province has 313 learning centers that most of them is without buildings, Arab concluded.

Wednesday January 2, 2019

Kandahar City (BNA) The foundation stone of a school building has been put by citizen covenant national program in Panjwaee district, southern Kandahar province the other day.
According to information of citizen covenant national program in ministry of rural rehabilitation and development to BNA, construction work of the projects has been started based on President Ghani’s order in the framework of “Iqra” that to be built 6000 school buildings across the country.
Among 6000 school buildings, 66 school buildings to be constructed in Kandahar province.
Local and education officials in Kandahar expressed that construction of school buildings is an effective step toward elimination of illiteracy and thanked from government leadership.

Saturday December 22, 2018

Kabul (BNA) Khoshhal Khatak had been the founder of Pashtu literature, President Ghani said during an international research-scientific seminar held in cooperation with Sciences’ Academy and Kabul University to remember Khoshhal Khatak, BNA reported.
The Seminar held in Salam Khana Palace where the President while welcoming some guests from Quetta and Khaybar Pakhtunkhwa said, “I thank you for attending in this seminar,”. The President said he has learned a lot from studying Khoshhal Khatak’s poems and works, adding in 1980, he had been studying his works and history for three months. Khoshhal Khatak had studied the text books of his era and besides medicine, mathematics and literature, he had studied religious sciences as well. Khoshhal Khan’s thoughts and works were continuation of Islamic civilization thoughts, the President continued. The President added Khoshhal Khan belongs to all Islamic culture and historically, Khoshhal Khan was the Islamic great civilization’s inheritor. Khoshhal Khan was a poet and artist as like as Shakespeare who besides poetry, was leading his tribe, the President said, adding Mirwais Nika practiced his dreams and Ahmad Shah Baba had done his best to complete that. The President clarified that the government of Afghanistan would start the construction work of Hamid Momand mausoleum who was a classic poet. The President instructed the finance ministry to establish a cultural center in Peshawar’s Afghan Building and make a good place for literature and poetry activities there. During the ceremony, head of Kabul University Hamidullah Farouqi, head of Afghanistan’s Sciences Academy Dr. Zahir Shekib, head of Kabul University literature faculty’s department and presidential cultural advisor Asadullah Ghazanfar donated a pack of Khoshhal Khan’s books to the President.

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