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For first time, Nangarhar University to admit masters students

For first time, Nangarhar University to admit masters students

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Jun 19, 2019 - 17:11

JALALABAD (Pajhwok): For the first time, the university in eastern Nangarhar province is taking enrollment exam from 17,732 applicants to admit 3,000 students in bachelor’s and master’s degrees program, officials said on Wednesday.

Taking the first ever entry test for master’s program this year, the university officials assured transparency in the exam process.

Around 2,300 girls were taking part in the entry test this year, showing a large increase in their number compared to previous years.

The test was conducted today (Wednesday), which would continue for three days.

University Chairman Dr. Yahya Fahim said this year the entry test would be taken from 16,501 students, including 2,396 of them girls for bachelors and 1,231 including 63 girls for master’s program.

This year, the Nangarhar University has the capability to enroll 3,096 students for bachelor and 180 students for master program.

Prof. Sayed Rozatullah Majid, the national entry test committee head, said that there would be no decimation in entry tests in all provinces and that they had full preparation in this regard.

Governor Shah Mohmood Miakhel told a ceremony in this regard that all the test participants had been biometrically verified and there would be no chance of cheating.

He assured security of the test participants by security forces and said they would not allow anyone to disrupt the process.

Ajmal Omar, a provincial council member, urged the entry test national committee to pay special attention to the eastern zone and assured cooperation with the University in this regard.

Subhanullah, a 12th grade graduate from Jihadi high school in Khogyani district, expressed hope the exam process would be transparent.

A number of other students held similar views and urged the government to pay special attention to transparency at the exam final results.

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