LAGHMAN: President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani in a meeting Monday evening with a number of lecturers of Laghman University and school teachers heard their problems and suggestions.
Representing others in the meeting, Abdul SaboorGhafoori while praising the country’s President for his active international policy and economic programs suggested that internal streets of the university should be asphalted in accordance to the master plan as the university campus was up and down.
Abdul Hakim, who was representing school teachers, said by blessing of elders’ cooperation education situation in the province was good, but generally structure for education in the province was small, complaining of ambiguity of situation of teachers’ residential lands in Dasht-e-Gambiri.
Praising university lecturers and school teachers for educating the country’s son’ President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani added that Gul Pachaa Ulfat had particular political piety be blessing of education.
The country’s President instructed governor of Laghman for asphalting all streets of the university and addressing problem of teachers’ residential lands. According to another report, President Ghani in a separate meeting with district administrators of Laghman heard their report in connection with social, economic and security situation of their districts.
In the meeting, district administrators enumerated lack of judicial organs in districts, lack of monitoring section, administrative complexes and low salaries of employees as main problems and asked the country’s President for his attention in this regard.
The country’s President said that there were problems and big governance opportunities in districts, adding that districts should be classified and there should be a clear vision for future of districts in the country.
President Ghani in a meeting with Laghman youth and civil society activists instructed advisor to President on academic and social affairs Lal Pacha Azmoon to follow and share the development issue of Laghman University with ministry of higher education.
The Kabul Times