KABUL: Entry test was held yesterday with participation of 750 male and female students graduating from 12 grades of Kabul schools for various faculties as political science, management and economy.
In a ceremony held on this occasion with participation of Deputy Minister of Publications for Information and Culture Simeen Hassanzada, Deputy Minister of Women Affairs Muzhgan Mustafavi, MoHE representative, administrative panel and teachers of the institution, Deputy Minister of Publications while congratulating the higher education year and praising the institution for its academic services said improvement of science and culture, establishment of private schools and higher education institutions in capital and provinces have been the most top achievements in the past 12 years.
Deputy Minister of Publications added Afghanistan’s education has been followed by new changes in the past few years and such changes and creations were under way for variations in education and higher education systems in the country.
Pointed our related to role of media, Simeen Hassanzada asserted that the country’s media should pay consideration to training, educational, academic and learning programs for Afghan youths according to needs of time as Ministry of Education and Ministry of Higher Education were providing learning and academic improvement.
The Kabul Times