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Director Stresses Need for Youth to Receive Religious Studies

Rafiullah Habibi, Director of Technical and Vocational Education, emphasizes the need for young people to learn religious sciences in the country.

During the results announcement program for about five hundred students of this institute, Habibi stated that in addition to modern sciences, young people should also pay attention to religious sciences.

The Director of Technical and Vocational Education said, "It is a faith-based responsibility to include intellectual, ideological, and reformative education alongside modern education."

Sayed Abdulrahman Rafat, the Director of Kabul Mechanics Institute, said, "Technical and vocational education is one of the most important parts of education in the world, through which the educational system of countries trains specialized workforce for the labor market."

At the same time, several students of this institute who participated in this competition are asking the authorities of the Islamic Emirate to open the school doors for girls.

Nisar Ahmad Jahed, the exam organizer, said, "We started this process about a month ago, and around 500 students participated in it."

Participant Mohammad Zakir said, "Girls' schools should be reopened so they too can contribute to the country's progress because both men and women play an important role in the development of the country."

Students of this institute say that such exams are beneficial for increasing the awareness of young people about jurisprudence and religious sciences.

Participant Zaki said, "It is best to have more competitions on the life of the Prophet, jurisprudence issues, and other religious matters to increase students' knowledge about jurisprudence and science."

The Kabul Mechanics Institute was established in 1937 (1316 in the Afghan calendar) and provides technical and vocational training in mechanics to students.

Director Stresses Need for Youth to Receive Religious Studies

Students of this institute say that such exams are beneficial for increasing the awareness of young people about jurisprudence and religious sciences.

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Rafiullah Habibi, Director of Technical and Vocational Education, emphasizes the need for young people to learn religious sciences in the country.

During the results announcement program for about five hundred students of this institute, Habibi stated that in addition to modern sciences, young people should also pay attention to religious sciences.

The Director of Technical and Vocational Education said, "It is a faith-based responsibility to include intellectual, ideological, and reformative education alongside modern education."

Sayed Abdulrahman Rafat, the Director of Kabul Mechanics Institute, said, "Technical and vocational education is one of the most important parts of education in the world, through which the educational system of countries trains specialized workforce for the labor market."

At the same time, several students of this institute who participated in this competition are asking the authorities of the Islamic Emirate to open the school doors for girls.

Nisar Ahmad Jahed, the exam organizer, said, "We started this process about a month ago, and around 500 students participated in it."

Participant Mohammad Zakir said, "Girls' schools should be reopened so they too can contribute to the country's progress because both men and women play an important role in the development of the country."

Students of this institute say that such exams are beneficial for increasing the awareness of young people about jurisprudence and religious sciences.

Participant Zaki said, "It is best to have more competitions on the life of the Prophet, jurisprudence issues, and other religious matters to increase students' knowledge about jurisprudence and science."

The Kabul Mechanics Institute was established in 1937 (1316 in the Afghan calendar) and provides technical and vocational training in mechanics to students.

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