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Female Teachers Called Back to Nimroz Schools

The Nimroz education department said that female teachers who lost their jobs following the fall of the previous government will be reinstated.

According to the officials of the education department of Nimroz, the teachers will be employed at schools in need.

“Soon the reappointment of 196 teachers may occur,” said Mawlawi Yar Mohammad Haqyar, the director of the Nimroz education department.

Meanwhile, teachers who lost their jobs praised the Ministry of Education's decision.

Lima is one of the female teachers who has been living at home since the fall of the previous government.

She says she has been away from teaching for eight months and she called on local officials in Nimroz to provide work opportunities for her and other teachers.

“The Islamic Emirate has provided the opportunity for us to return to our duty without an exam. I am very happy and I ask the teachers who have left to come back,” said Lima, the teacher.

Teachers and school officials in Nimroz said they are facing a shortage of female teachers.

“I ask our colleagues who were not on duty to join us and come to their duties,” said Ziba Siddiqui, the teacher.

“Our students from the first to the sixth grade are present, they come every day and the teachers are present. "There is no problem,” said Shahla Ahmadzai, head of Esteqlal girls' school.

The remarks come as official numbers from the Nimroz Education Department indicate that about 200 teachers in the province have lost their jobs following the fall of the previous government.

Female Teachers Called Back to Nimroz Schools

Meanwhile, teachers who lost their jobs praised the Ministry of Education's decision.

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The Nimroz education department said that female teachers who lost their jobs following the fall of the previous government will be reinstated.

According to the officials of the education department of Nimroz, the teachers will be employed at schools in need.

“Soon the reappointment of 196 teachers may occur,” said Mawlawi Yar Mohammad Haqyar, the director of the Nimroz education department.

Meanwhile, teachers who lost their jobs praised the Ministry of Education's decision.

Lima is one of the female teachers who has been living at home since the fall of the previous government.

She says she has been away from teaching for eight months and she called on local officials in Nimroz to provide work opportunities for her and other teachers.

“The Islamic Emirate has provided the opportunity for us to return to our duty without an exam. I am very happy and I ask the teachers who have left to come back,” said Lima, the teacher.

Teachers and school officials in Nimroz said they are facing a shortage of female teachers.

“I ask our colleagues who were not on duty to join us and come to their duties,” said Ziba Siddiqui, the teacher.

“Our students from the first to the sixth grade are present, they come every day and the teachers are present. "There is no problem,” said Shahla Ahmadzai, head of Esteqlal girls' school.

The remarks come as official numbers from the Nimroz Education Department indicate that about 200 teachers in the province have lost their jobs following the fall of the previous government.

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