Twenty-two professors and four students from Kabul University, who returned home after successful scholarship, was praised and appreciated by the university's leadership council

 

Kabul University Leadership Council attended at the 13th August meeting and a number of university professors and students who have gone to different countries in order to complete their undergraduate, master and doctorate degrees through government scholarships, after successful completion of their courses in the country, were participated, admired and appreciated in the meeting.

At the beginning of the Leadership Council Meeting, Prof.  Hamidullah Farooqi Chancellor of Kabul University and Senior Minister Adviser of Islamic Republic of Afghanistan in Higher Education Affairs, welcomed the participants of the meeting, congratulated their new year's academic year and congratulated the underserved efforts of the deputies. Heads of faculties and the professors of this university expressed their gratitude and thanks. Kabul University Chancellor argued that punishment were one of the principles of administration and he additionally added that Kabul University Board of Governors is trying to implement the principle of punishment in the direction and implementation of its affairs for its faculties and its staff, but the principle of punishment is higher than those who adhere to the laws, regulations and values ​​of the university. And does not comply with the principle of repayment to colleagues and characters who are competent in their affairs and have the ability to innovate.

Mr. Farooqi called for some of the Kabul University Faculties that their professors are busy out of Kabul University at the official time and he said it is a big challenge, and he asked for the professors who are less proficient at this university and see it as their second task to be strict, otherwise, they will be faced with a serious and principled approach.

 

Mr. Farooqi also referred to quality assurance, holding spring exams and other discipline at the university, expressed gratitude to all the officials and colleagues who had been serious about their efforts, and expected that in the next semester the great efforts to provide a more standardized teaching, research, and service process for university students.

The discussion of the faculty at the time, the proper advancement of night-shifted lessons and master classes, the discussion of water scarcity, the use of public parking, the use of identity cards for students in faculties and the university environment were among other issues pointed out by Kabul University Chancellor and in order to improve it, they handed the necessary instructions to the relevant departments.

The Leadership Council, the deputy heads of the university, the members of the leadership council, the Deans of faculties, the chairman of the cultural council and the head of the student association of the institution were participated at the meeting. Honorable Prof. Dr. Mohammad Naeem Azimi, Deputy of Academic Affairs of Kabul University and Respected Mr. Mohammad Reza Farzam, Deputy of Financial and Administrative of Kabul University, has also discussed their subjects, giving guidance to the members of the council in terms of its standardization and careful consideration. Then, several of the members of the leadership council of Kabul University shared their case opinions with the meeting and provided guidance from Kabul University Chancellor.

At the end of the meeting, professors and students who, after successful completion of their courses, have returned to their homeland with high marks and standards, have been praised and appreciated, their admiration and their deliverables, which are considered to be appreciated by the university director, was handed over to them by the chairman and members of the leadership council. At the meeting, a professor and a distinguished student were speaking on behalf of others, while praising and congratulating the leadership of Kabul University for their appreciation and they promised to honestly pursue and preserve their knowledge for the service of their people and their country.