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Kankor Exam Held for Boys in 16 Provinces

Sixteen provinces of the country hosted the Kankor exam today (Thursday, June 6), organized by the National Examination Authority.

Irfanullah Ebad, the spokesperson for the National Examination Authority, said that the first round of the Kankor exam started in sixteen provinces and is set to be held in five rounds across the country.

Ebad added: "There is 100% transparency in this process. There is no indication of human interference in this system."

Some female students who have been excluded from this exam asked the officials in the Islamic Emirate to allow them to participate.

Fatima, who currently works in the management section of an educational center in Kabul, said that she was supposed to participate in the 2023 exam after finishing school. Fatima asked officials in the Islamic Emirate: "My request from the government is that, like our brothers, we should also be allowed to participate in the Kankor exam process and continue our education."

"We ask the Islamic Emirate that just as our brothers have been given the right to education, we should also be given this right within the framework of Islamic Sharia, and this is our legitimate right," Nazanin, another student, told TOLOnews.

Meanwhile, some participants in this year's Kankor exam are asking the National Examination Authority to ensure transparency in this process.

"I have come from Ghorband for the 2024 Kankor exam, and we have prepared well," said Omid, a participant from Parwan.

"We have come here with the hope that our life’s destiny will be determined here, and we choose a good future for ourselves," said Zabihullah, a participant from Paktia.

For the past three years, female students have been deprived of participating in the Kankor exam, and their fate remains uncertain.

Kankor Exam Held for Boys in 16 Provinces

Some female students who have been excluded from this exam asked the officials in the Islamic Emirate to allow them to participate.

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Sixteen provinces of the country hosted the Kankor exam today (Thursday, June 6), organized by the National Examination Authority.

Irfanullah Ebad, the spokesperson for the National Examination Authority, said that the first round of the Kankor exam started in sixteen provinces and is set to be held in five rounds across the country.

Ebad added: "There is 100% transparency in this process. There is no indication of human interference in this system."

Some female students who have been excluded from this exam asked the officials in the Islamic Emirate to allow them to participate.

Fatima, who currently works in the management section of an educational center in Kabul, said that she was supposed to participate in the 2023 exam after finishing school. Fatima asked officials in the Islamic Emirate: "My request from the government is that, like our brothers, we should also be allowed to participate in the Kankor exam process and continue our education."

"We ask the Islamic Emirate that just as our brothers have been given the right to education, we should also be given this right within the framework of Islamic Sharia, and this is our legitimate right," Nazanin, another student, told TOLOnews.

Meanwhile, some participants in this year's Kankor exam are asking the National Examination Authority to ensure transparency in this process.

"I have come from Ghorband for the 2024 Kankor exam, and we have prepared well," said Omid, a participant from Parwan.

"We have come here with the hope that our life’s destiny will be determined here, and we choose a good future for ourselves," said Zabihullah, a participant from Paktia.

For the past three years, female students have been deprived of participating in the Kankor exam, and their fate remains uncertain.

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