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Medical Entrance exam for girls to be held tomorrow in 11 province

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Fidel Rahmati
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The National Examination Committee of the de facto administration has announced that the entrance exam for female volunteers in medical fields at Ghazanfar Institute’s branches in 11 provinces will be held on Friday, April 19th.

In a statement released on Thursday, April 8th, the committee stated that female volunteers in medical fields who have previously registered at Ghazanfar Institute’s branches should be present at the designated exam venue on Friday at 8:00 AM.

In this exam, girls from the provinces of Paktia, Paktika, Ghazni, Bamyan, Kabul, Logar, Badakhshan, Parwan, Maidan Wardak, Panjshir, and Khost will participate.

Volunteers in medical fields at Ghazni Institute’s branches will be recruited, including nursing, midwifery, and physiotherapy.

The exact number of girls registered to compete in this exam has not been specified by the National Examination Office and public health directorates in the designated provinces.

Meanwhile, the governor’s office in Bamyan has stated in a statement that the exam is scheduled to be held in Bamyan with 358 female candidates. Among these, 18 girls who obtain the highest scores in the entrance exam will undergo a three-year training course in midwifery, physiotherapy, and nursing in Kapisa province.

This comes as girls are deprived of secondary and higher education in schools and universities for the third consecutive year since the Taliban took control of power, and enrollment in limited medical fields at institute branches is considered the only educational option available to them.

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