Universities will reopen in Afghanistan, Taliban took this decision on the education of girls

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Employment News-The Taliban-led government will soon reopen universities across the country, but classes will be different for boys and girls, a minister said.

Universities are closed since August 2021

According to a media report, the universities have been closed since the Taliban took over Afghanistan in August 2021.

Higher Education Minister Abdul Baki Haqqani made the remarks while talking to the media on Wednesday, but did not set a date for the reopening of the university.

The minister attributed the delay in reopening universities to the ongoing economic crisis and lack of separate classes for male and female students.

Taliban made this claim

He also claimed that the Taliban would create an international university that would "include Sharia, medical, agricultural and engineering programs". Masters and PhD degrees will also be offered in these four areas.

According to Haqqani, some regional countries have agreed to provide scholarships for Afghan students.

At the same time, some university students said that they have been living in uncertainty for the last six months after the bandh.

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