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Ghazni (PAN): The education sector moves forward with tandem in the Ghazni province but there are some tangible problems that hampering the development of the much-needed sector.
KABUL (PAN): As their protest entered the 11th consecutive day, Kabul University lectures and students on Saturday insisted on the resignation of the higher education minister and asked the government to make academic positions elective.
KABUL (PAN): Seven new schools buildings were inaugurated on Tuesday in the capital Kabul where reconstruction work on five others was launched, an official said.
SHARAN (PAN): Science laboratories were opened at five high schools in southeastern Paktika province on Tuesday after the delivery of required equipment, an official said.
JALALABAD (PAN): Peace as a subject should be incorporated in the Afghanistan curriculum, demanded civil society activists in eastern Nangarhar province on Tuesday.
MAIMANA/SAR-I-PUL (PAN): Nearly a hundred schoolgirls were hospitalised after falling sick due to suspected poisonous gas attacks in northern Faryab and Sari-i-Pul provinces, officials said on Sunday.
PUL-I-ALAM (PAN): Around 120 schoolteachers in a district in central Logar province have been boycotting classes over the past three days in protest against the non-payment of one month salary.
KABUL (PAN): Nearly 1,000 Kabul University students on Tuesday protested against the removal of the social science department head and a lecturer by the Ministry of Higher Education.
KABUL (PAN): Ethnic Hazara student protesters on Monday abruptly called off an eight-day hunger strike after lawmakers said their claims of discrimination at Kabul University were untrue.