The Acting Minister of Higher Education said that specialization is the basic principle in a society.
Neda Mohammad Nadim added that there is a need for experts and professionals in every sector in the country.
The acting Ministry of Information Technology and Telecommunication also emphasized the convergence of modern and religious sciences.
The Ministry of Higher Education announced the beginning of master's degree and PHD programs at Afghan International University.
The head of this educational institution says that they have started their programs in eleven departments in three faculties of medicine, engineering and agriculture.
“Afghan International University has currently started eleven programs, four of which are doctoral programs and eight of which are master's programs. On this occasion, I welcome all the winners who have entered these programs,” said Rafiullah Atta, head of Afghan International University.
The Acting Minister of Higher Education, who participated in this program, said that having expertise is an important principle in every society and believes that they need experts and professionals in every sector.
"Expertise is important and necessary in a society. Without expertise -- life, a government and a country will not succeed," said Neda Mohammad Nadim, acting Minister of Higher Education.
On the other hand, the acting Minister of Information Technology and Telecommunication emphasized the convergence of modern and religious sciences And asked people who are experts in religious and contemporary fields to respect each other's opinions.
“Those who have studied religious sciences and are skilled in the religious department, or those who have been trained in the religious sciences and are skilled, both should live like brothers,” said Najibullah Haqqani, the acting Minister of Information Technology and Telecommunication.
“Those who are on the path of education have high points and are respected by Allah, they are also respected by the people because they are respected because they have worked hard on this path,” said Hamdullah Nomani, the acting minister of MUDH.
At the same time, some students asked the Islamic Emirate to reduce the fees for these programs.
"Our proposal is that the doctoral study fee for students, which is sixty-five thousand Afghani, should be reduced,” said Nawid Ahmad, a PHD student.
“Our wish is that in the future they improve these kinds of programs and facilities for the students as well,” said Jamal Naser, a PHD student.
The Acting Minister of Higher Education added that the challenges in the education sector of the country are over and there is no need for young people to travel abroad to continue their studies.