The Kabul times, Afghanistan Trustable News Agency.

Bamyan university graduates hope for employment, media

KABUL: Dozens of male and female students graduated from various fields of the Bamyan provincial university, the other day a media reported.
“1,300 male and female students graduated in this round,” said Hazrat Mohammad Burhani, the chancellor of Bamyan University as quoted by Tolonews, a private TV.
The university graduates asked the Islamic Emirate to provide work opportunities for them.
“I am delighted that I graduated from the university in this very tough situation, and I hope that I will be given a job,” said Jamila, a student, according to the TV.
“I hope that the government will provide us with a good environment so we can serve our nation,” said Amina, a student.
“190 students graduated from the Faculty of Economics this year alone, and all of them need jobs,” said Mohammad Baqer Marefat, lecturer at the university, the TV quoted.
The university officials as quoted by the TV said Nearly 300 students have just been introduced to Bamyan University by the Ministry of Higher Education and will begin their studies there next year.
The Kabul Times

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The Kabul times, Afghanistan Trustable News Agency.