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Afghanistan Committed to Strengthening Religious, Modern Sciences: Kabir

The Deputy PM for Political Affairs, Mawlawi Abdul Kabir, at the opening of “National Conference on the Improvement of Educational and Higher Educational Institutions of Afghanistan” said that along with religious sciences, the Islamic Emirate is also committed to strengthening modern sciences in the country.

The Deputy PM for Political Affairs added that the educational system of the country has faced stagnation in the past and there is a need for an educational system with international standards in the country.

Mawlawi Abdul Kabir, said: "Besides learning Islamic sciences, in schools and universities, we must also teach medicine, engineering, economics, or literature to students."

The acting Minister of Education, Habibullah Agha, also at the opening of the conference said that contemporary and religious education in the country is currently weak in terms of quality and the Islamic Emirate is working on strengthening religious and modern educational centers to standardize these institutions.

Habibullah Agha, said: “Based on our information, if it is religious or worldly sciences, it is faced with very low quality."

The acting minister of higher education, Neda Mohammad Nadim, was also one of the speakers at the opening ceremony of this conference. He said that the Ministry of Education forms the infrastructure of all departments, and the Ministries of Education and Higher Education should be strengthened.

According to Neda Mohammad Nadim, coordination between educational institutions and having a strong will can solve the problems in educational and higher educational institutions of the country.

Neda Mohammad Nadim, said: "We have academic cadres, we have good scholars and shaikhs, we have professors with Afghan and Islamic mindsets, we just need to have the will so that God can easily remove these shortcomings that we have in the educational and higher educational sector, along with our strong will and yours."

Officials at the Kabul Education University of Rabbani stated that the purpose of this conference is to identify and find solutions for the challenges in the educational and higher educational centers of the country.

Afghanistan Committed to Strengthening Religious, Modern Sciences: Kabir

Besides learning Islamic sciences, in schools and universities, we must also teach medicine, engineering, economics, or literature to students.

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The Deputy PM for Political Affairs, Mawlawi Abdul Kabir, at the opening of “National Conference on the Improvement of Educational and Higher Educational Institutions of Afghanistan” said that along with religious sciences, the Islamic Emirate is also committed to strengthening modern sciences in the country.

The Deputy PM for Political Affairs added that the educational system of the country has faced stagnation in the past and there is a need for an educational system with international standards in the country.

Mawlawi Abdul Kabir, said: "Besides learning Islamic sciences, in schools and universities, we must also teach medicine, engineering, economics, or literature to students."

The acting Minister of Education, Habibullah Agha, also at the opening of the conference said that contemporary and religious education in the country is currently weak in terms of quality and the Islamic Emirate is working on strengthening religious and modern educational centers to standardize these institutions.

Habibullah Agha, said: “Based on our information, if it is religious or worldly sciences, it is faced with very low quality."

The acting minister of higher education, Neda Mohammad Nadim, was also one of the speakers at the opening ceremony of this conference. He said that the Ministry of Education forms the infrastructure of all departments, and the Ministries of Education and Higher Education should be strengthened.

According to Neda Mohammad Nadim, coordination between educational institutions and having a strong will can solve the problems in educational and higher educational institutions of the country.

Neda Mohammad Nadim, said: "We have academic cadres, we have good scholars and shaikhs, we have professors with Afghan and Islamic mindsets, we just need to have the will so that God can easily remove these shortcomings that we have in the educational and higher educational sector, along with our strong will and yours."

Officials at the Kabul Education University of Rabbani stated that the purpose of this conference is to identify and find solutions for the challenges in the educational and higher educational centers of the country.

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