Mukhtar Modabber, from the professors of Kaj School, asks the students of this educational center to participate in the Kankor exam firmly.
Last night (Wednesday, 5, Oct) Mr. Modabber asked the students of Kaj educational center to “give a fragile answer to the enemies with the power of your pen.” by publishing a message on his official Facebook page.
Last Friday, Kaj educational center was the target of a deadly terrorist attack, and in this attack, Umm al-Binin Asghari, the sister of Mr. Modabber, was also killed.
After this attack, he wrote that “I lost not only my own sister today, but my brothers and sisters.”
The students of Kaj educational center were targeted by a terrorist attack while they were passing the “sample entrance” exam.
The public entrance exam will start today in 33 provinces and continue until 8, Oct.
The Kankor/entrance exam in Kabul will be held in two rounds on the 13th and 14th of Oct.
This year the Kankor exam will be held while the Taliban group has imposed restrictions on the choice of majors for female candidates and said that they can only choose the majors that this group has specified for them.
In addition, since the Taliban took control of Afghanistan, girls above the sixth grade have not been allowed to go to school and have access to education, so no girls will participate in the public entrance exam next year.
Translated by: Ali Rezaei