President Ghani praises Kankor toppers

KABUL: President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani in a meeting with this year’s entry-test premier students at the Gul Khana Palace, appreciated them and asked them to think nationwide, BNA reported Monday.
The agency quoted Najibullah Khawja Omari, the minister of higher education who thanked the president for his support to the country’s higher educations and said the Kankor team had made its best efforts for transparency of this year’s entry-test and that the process has faced minimum challenge.
Meanwhile, Tahmina, 1397’s entry-test topper thanked the president for his support and said the young generation should have been the best in all fields and beside education they should prioritize training as well, according to the agency.
Meanwhile, the country’s president praised them and noted that intervention in the entry-test has been prevented and transparency, which was promised has been brought. “We all have the responsibility to bring and keep transparency in all process.”
The president said the young generation should think at Afghanistan level, well identify their country and understand how to change the people live.
“The young generation should have the possession of the country’s present and the future and use the capacities and possibilities available inside and outside the country to rise their knowledge level,” said the president. The Kabul Times

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