Chancellor of Kabul University has met with Head of Social and Emerging Entrepreneurs Network (SEEN)

Mr. Akbar Arqhandiwal, President of the Social and Emerging Entrepreneurs Network (SEEN), attended the Kabul University Presidency with president Professor Hamidullah Farooqi Chancellor of Kabul University and Senior Minister Adviser of Islamic Republic of Afghanistan in Higher Education Affairs; they have commented end exchanged ideas.

During this meeting; Mr. Arghandiwal; first expressed his gratitude for the opportunity to meet with the President of the Kabul University and then briefly outlined the activities and goals of the network of Social and Emerging Entrepreneurs network (SEEN), calling on the network to provide opportunities for cooperation. Subscribing and providing more opportunities to grow and expand the capacity of Kabul University students. Recognizing the past functions of this network and the growing needs of students as a growing stratum of understanding, planning for the future, and launching useful and effective work, Mr. Arghandiwall urged the university's leadership to allow programs to motivate, counseling and experience partnerships aim to provide strategies for creating useful business activities in this scientific institution so that to see at the earliest opportunity the broad and effective role of young people in the economy and market.

Then Professor Hamidullah Farooqi Chancellor of Kabul University and Senior Minister Adviser of Islamic Republic of Afghanistan in Higher Education Affairs; welcomed Mr. Arghandiwal and his associates to the Kabul University.  Mr. Farooqi, expressed his dissatisfaction with the low quality and traditional of curriculum and teaching materials in Kabul University and other universities in the country and had a brief discussion on the role of private sector entrepreneurs in the world nowadays, he said: ″it is the time that the people and youth of the country alongside the government and, on the other hand, government officials should seriously work on preparing educational and work materials and creating private activities for the purpose of employment and income and make the most of the current transition phase″. Following his remarks, Mr. Farooqi recalled the administrative problems and worn-out laws in the country that have slowed down the process of development and growth of government institutions, and highlighted the role of freedom of action and executive competence in implementing the programs and goals of the institutions. He welcomed the establishment of this network the partnership with the private sector with the aim of fostering private entrepreneurship and offering new and forward-thinking ideas to young people.

At the end of the meeting, the two sides emphasized on the preparation of a framework for the purpose of signing a comprehensive and cooperative agreement in order to clarify the legal responsibilities of both sides.