Kabul University Legal Internship Entrance Exam and Electronic Identity Card Packages of the National Statistics and Information Office were held at KU
The entrance exam for the twelfth round of Kabul University's legal internship and electronic ID packages was inaugurated on Friday, 28th May 2021, by the presence of the Chancellor and Deans of Kabul University, the Head and delegation of the National Examinations Office, the Deputy Director of the National Central Statistics Office and candidates for the exams at Kabul University.
Prof. Dr. M. Osman Babury, Chancellor of Kabul University, speaking at the opening ceremony of the exams, which was held in the hall of the Central Library of Kabul University, first welcomed the candidates to Kabul University and said: like law, judiciary, and governance, you increase your capacity, and unfortunately the people in this area suffer greatly because of the small role of good judgment and the lack of justice. Therefore, we ask all the volunteers to study in this center to appreciate the value of such centers and make the best use of the educational opportunities provided in it, and be useful and effective in providing services to the suffering people of the country. He added that in the past months, with the cooperation of the governing board of the Legal Internship Center, we have made great efforts to equip this center and its programs more and to build a more standard place for the children of the country. Provide a lesson and pursue goals that are an urgent need of the country's judiciary.
Dr. Babury at the end of his speech, said: "Fortunately, the National Examinations Office has become an exemplary office in the country and there is no concern about injustice in its examinations, and recently wished success to the participants of these examinations."
According to the National Examinations Office, a total of 3771 candidates have participated in this round of legal internship exams, of which 2824 were boys and 947 were girls, and a total of 4801 people participated in the electronic ID card exam section, of which 4210 were boys and 591 are girls.