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The clash which took place on Ashura day on Kabul University campus is the reason the government universities began their winter break early .
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Last Monday, the parliamentary commission which investigated the Kabul university incident said that the Higher Education Ministry had had some reports that something like a clash might happen, but they did not take any security measures.
This commission also blamed the security forces for not taking any appropriate steps to prevent the incident earlier.
During the clash between the Kabul University Hostel students, one person died and 13 others were injured.
Initially the four governmental universities of Kabul were closed for 10 days but later the chief of Kabul University said that for the prevention of clashes again between the students, all the governmental universities will be closed until February 19.
Before this incident, Kabul university students were already behind on their syllabus.
How will these early holiday further impact on the students' educational process, or can the early holidays help solve university management deficiencies?
Host Yama Siavash looks at different aspects of the issue and other top stories of the day with the following guests:
• Mohammad Ali Akhlaqi, member of the Parliamentary Culture and Higher Education Commission
• Ahmad Zeya Rafat, Kabul University lecturer