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CAI sends 30 students to Uzbekistan for professional training

Speaking at the graduation ceremony held at the Civil Aviation, Institute, the acting Minister of Transport and Civil Aviation, Hamidullah Akhundzada, stated that 30 students of the institute have been sent to Uzbekistan to receive further training to improve the aviation sector in the country and this process continues

The Ministry of Transport and Civil Aviation (MoTCA) has announced the dispatch of 30 students to Uzbekistan for receiving professional training. It is stated that these students have been sent to Uzbekistan to improve the aviation sector in the country. It is the first time 30 students from the Civil Aviation Institute of the Ministry of Transport and Civil Aviation have been sent abroad by the Islamic Emirate to receive vocational and technical training in the aviation and air transportation sector. Speaking at the graduation ceremony held at the Civil Aviation, Institute, the acting Minister of Transport and Civil Aviation, Hamidullah Akhundzada, stated that 30 students of the institute have been sent to Uzbekistan to receive further training to improve the aviation sector in the country and this process continues. “Through the collaboration of this institute, we will keep all the country’s international airports operational. Currently, these airports are handling domestic and international flights, with 20 international flights per day,” Akhundzada added. Meanwhile, the acting minister of higher education, Neda Muhammad Nadeem, pledged to collaborate on improving and building the capacity of students of the country’s civil aviation institute. “We are committed to entrusting work to competent and eligible individuals No one else can perform the tasks that an engineer does. Therefore, in every field, there is a need for individuals with professional expertise to be employed,” Nadeem added. In an interview with The Kabul Times correspondent, several individuals who participated in the ceremony stated that “when the Islamic Emirate emphasizes entrusting work to professionals, they should remain faithful to their commitment and entrust the work to competent individuals. Unfortunately, it is observed in some organs that several employees are hired in positions unrelated to their field. It was more prevalent in the past, and we hope the Islamic Emirate can resolve this issue and create favorable job opportunities for the people.” In addition, the students who graduated from the civil aviation institute urge the IEA to provide them with job opportunities. “We expect the Islamic Emirate to provide job opportunities for these graduates who have studied for two years and made efforts. Otherwise, our acquired training will go to waste,” said Shahir Sultanzadeh, a graduate of the Civil Aviation Institute. These students expressed their appreciation to the Ministry of Transport for providing them with the necessary training in the aviation sector for two years. They asked the government to make the same opportunities available for other youths, so they can stay in the country and benefit from the opportunity. According to the information provided by the Ministry of Transportation and Aviation, over 50 individuals received training in air traffic control, monitoring, navigation, and other fields in 1402 (solar year), and some have been employed. Shukria Kohistani

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The Kabul times, Afghanistan Trustable News Agency.