100 students graduate from Nimroz edu institute
ZARANJ (Pajhwok): As many as 100 students, including 14 female, of economic and law faculties on Saturday graduated from the only private institute of higher education in southwestern Nimroz province.
The graduated male and female students demanded authorities for employment opportunities in government sectors. Farid Ahmad Barak, head of the Higher Education Institute, said his mission was to provide quality education to students and enable them to meet future challenges.
According to the statistics of Higher Education Ministry, around 20,000 students completed graduation annually, but provision of employment opportunity for them was a difficult task.
Akhtar Mohammad Ubair, deputy director of publication, said last year 32,000 students graduated from government and 8,000 from private universities.
He said exploring jobs for such a huge number was always difficult but the ministry was in coordination with government institutions to find job opportunities for newly graduates.
Currently, 200,000 students were getting higher education in 32 government and 82 private universities across the country.
Abdul Qadir, a graduate of law faculty, expressed satisfaction by saying that he had completed his four years higher education in restive Nimroz province.
He said the institute had provided them with every facility and they were satisfied with quality education.
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