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Second Round of 1403 Kankor Exam Held in Kabul

The second round of the 1403 Kankor exam was held in the capital.

The acting head of the National Examination Authority (NEXA) said that 15,000 candidates from Kabul participated in the exam, which will continue for two days.

Abdul Baqi Haqqani, head of NEXA, said: "We are happy that everyone passes this exam, and we never want anyone to be left without results; we are not happy with anyone's failure. Failing one person not only harms them but also harms the country."

At the same time, Osama Aziz, the head of Kabul University, said that nearly fifty curricula recently reviewed by teachers will also be included in the new academic year's curriculum.

Aziz emphasized that work has begun on establishing new faculties, and among them, the Faculty of Tourism is close to being established at Kabul University.

Osama Aziz, the head of Kabul University, said: "Work has begun to create new faculties. For example, the Faculty of Tourism or the Tourism Industry at Kabul University has been completed and will be established soon."

Meanwhile, some participants asked the Islamic Emirate to take steps toward online Kankor exams and also to include girls in the Kankor exams.

"If the exam goes online, it will be very good because many students live in remote areas of the country and often do not have sufficient means to take the exam. If this process goes online, it will be very good," Hamid, a Kankor participant, told TOLOnews.

"We want our sisters to study and be educated. We need them tomorrow, and just as we want to take the exam and study, they also want to take the exam and study," said Nasibuddin, another Kankor participant.

Since the return of the Islamic Emirate, girls above the sixth grade have been barred from attending schools, and students who have completed the twelfth grade are also waiting to take the Kankor exam and pursue higher education.

Second Round of 1403 Kankor Exam Held in Kabul

Meanwhile, some participants asked the Islamic Emirate to take steps toward online Kankor exams and also to include girls in the Kankor exams.

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The second round of the 1403 Kankor exam was held in the capital.

The acting head of the National Examination Authority (NEXA) said that 15,000 candidates from Kabul participated in the exam, which will continue for two days.

Abdul Baqi Haqqani, head of NEXA, said: "We are happy that everyone passes this exam, and we never want anyone to be left without results; we are not happy with anyone's failure. Failing one person not only harms them but also harms the country."

At the same time, Osama Aziz, the head of Kabul University, said that nearly fifty curricula recently reviewed by teachers will also be included in the new academic year's curriculum.

Aziz emphasized that work has begun on establishing new faculties, and among them, the Faculty of Tourism is close to being established at Kabul University.

Osama Aziz, the head of Kabul University, said: "Work has begun to create new faculties. For example, the Faculty of Tourism or the Tourism Industry at Kabul University has been completed and will be established soon."

Meanwhile, some participants asked the Islamic Emirate to take steps toward online Kankor exams and also to include girls in the Kankor exams.

"If the exam goes online, it will be very good because many students live in remote areas of the country and often do not have sufficient means to take the exam. If this process goes online, it will be very good," Hamid, a Kankor participant, told TOLOnews.

"We want our sisters to study and be educated. We need them tomorrow, and just as we want to take the exam and study, they also want to take the exam and study," said Nasibuddin, another Kankor participant.

Since the return of the Islamic Emirate, girls above the sixth grade have been barred from attending schools, and students who have completed the twelfth grade are also waiting to take the Kankor exam and pursue higher education.

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