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MoUs reached with regional, overseas universities to ease quality education: Minister

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KABUL: A total of 180 individual and group research projects will be funded from the Development Program and Development Fund of Higher Education Ministry in year 1398-1399, an official said on Tuesday.
Abdul Tawab Balakarzai, Minister for the Higher Education (MoHE) attending “State Accountability to Nation Program” Conference at the Government Media and Information Center (GMIC), added: Reviewing all the previous legal documents and drafting a number of new legal documents and procedures; approving the regulations of the internal duties of MoHE and the education regulations of undergraduate are the activities of the ministry in the field of research.
He stressed that about 106 MoUs have been processed with the regional and overseas universities aims to improve the quality of higher education of the country during the last three months, 52 approaches in various scientific affairs, students’ affairs and administrative affairs have been formulated and implemented, and the plan to amend and adjust some of the provisions of MoHE has recently been approved by the Cabinet.
There have been 113 textbook titles compiled in 1398 years, Moreover, 575 researches and translation works of scientific writings, 22 textbook titles and teaching materials in the fields of law and Sharia has been published.
In the day shift, a total of 26 new colleges with 56 departments and 22 departments in the existing colleges, in total 26 departments and 76 new departments have been created, which provides the opportunity to attract 2600 fresh students after Kankor entrance exam in 1399 for bachelor degree to the Public Higher Education Institutions
Also, In the night shift of bachelor’s program a total of 36 programs in year 1398 have been established, which provides the opportunity to attract 1800 students in 1399 at the public higher education institutions.

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