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    Pakistan promises scholarships for Afghans

    KABUL (PAN): Pakistan on Saturday said it accorded importance to the development and strengthening of Afghanistan’s health and education sectors. 



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    Annual school exams in cold areas this month

    KABUL (PAN): Annual school exams for primary students is set to begin on November 16 and for grade 7th to 12th on November 22 in cold areas, the Ministry of Education said on Sunday.



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    Schoolgirls lash out at awareness programme

    GHAZNI CITY (PAN): Students of a girls’ high school in the capital of southern Ghazni province complain they are taught “inappropriate lessons” in the garb of a public awareness programme by judicial officials.



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    300 sacks of stolen pulses seized in Lashkargah

    LASHKARGAH (PAN): Police in southern Helmand province confiscated a truck loaded with 300 sacks of pulses, which had been stolen from the education department of southern Ghazni province, an official said on Thursday.



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    Progress claimed in girls’ education in Paktika

    SHARAN (PAN): Residents and education authorities say progress has been achieved with regard to girls’ education in southeastern Paktika province, where two schools for the gender are being constructed this academic year.



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    Students worried by teachers' strike

    GARDEZ (PAN): A number of school students in Gardez, the capital of southeastern Paktia province, on Tuesday voiced concerns they might fail an upcoming entry test if teachers continued with their strike.



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    Students' handicrafts go on display in Jalalabad

    JALALABAD (PAN): Students of a private higher education institute on Thursday put on display handicrafts made by them during a day-long exhibition in the capital of eastern Nangarhar province.



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    India to launch work on Kandahar university

    KABUL (PAN): The Ministry of Higher Education (MoHE) on Wednesday announced India would launch work on a major science and agro-tech university in a month in southern Kandahar province.



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    70pc of police personnel illiterate: Salangi

    KABUL (PAN): The Ministry of Interior, launching the second round of an education programme for Afghan National Police (ALP), on Tuesday said more than 70,000 policemen, or 70 percent, were illiterate.



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    Sangin students to Taliban: Spare our teachers

    LASHKARGAH (PAN): The ongoing insurgency is taking a heavy toll on education in the Sangin district of southern Helmand province, local officials said on Friday.