Afghanistan: The decision to separate the classes of university students

The Taliban announced a ban on mixed classes for male and female students in universities.

Afghanistan’s Minister of Higher Education Abdul Baqi Haqqani says the new rules will separate classes for boys and girls in universities.

According to Afghan channel Tolo News, Taliban leader Abdul Baqi Haqqani told university faculty and other employees at a ceremony in Kabul that the new system would give girls the right to study, but that it could no longer be a boy-girl affair. Sit in class and read.
Abdul Baqi Haqqani said in Kabul that a safe environment would be created for girls to study.
He said that equal opportunities for boys and girls to study under Sharia law would be available in the country and no discrimination would be made in this regard.
Abdul Baqi Haqqani said that we are working on an Islamic curriculum that will be in line with the requirements of modern giving.
The Taliban leader said public and private universities would soon reopen and government employees and teachers would be compensated.
On this occasion, the Association of Private Universities of Afghanistan said that many of our problems need to be considered in the new system.
Tariq Kamal, a member of the association, said: “Our biggest problem is that the government does not take us into confidence when it comes to making laws, so in the future we need to make sure that our concerns are heard.”


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