Education

62 Graduate From ITT Institute

Wednesday, January 18, 2012
Kabul (BNA) Nearly 62 students completing four years education at the information technology and telecommunication institute received their graduation certificates in a ceremony held on Tuesday here in Kabul. 
Eng. Amirzai Sangin, acting minister of telecommunication and information technology while congratulating the student’s graduation considered their graduation as vital in self-efficiency and telecommunication sector. 
He said currently 90% of cadres have been provided from inside of the country in telecommunication sector, hoping that by training other new cadres in the country, the need for professional foreign individuals won’t be felt in telecommunication sector. 
Eng. Mohammad Shafi Sharifi, head of ICTI said 34 students have graduated in the first period, adding the graduates have been absorbed in various sections of telecommunication. 
He further said currently 225 students male and female are following their studies in the institute and it is determined that 80 more will be absorbed through the entry test in coming year. 
According to Afghan minister of telecommunication and information technology, currently 18 million people have access to telecommunication services in the country, while 100,000 Afghans are working in this sector.

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