AT-KABUL: China signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the Ministry of Education on Monday to establish a vocational institute in Kabul.
The MoU was signed between the Ministry of Education and group of Chinese engineers.
The Minister of Education, Assadullah Hanif Balkhi, said that the institute will offer a variety of vocational course to some 2,000 students. He hoped that the institute will also raise the standard of vocational education in the country.
“The building will be built on a 15,000 square meter land. It will have 65 classrooms and will accommodate around 1,720 students both male and female,” he said.
He added that institute will also have separate hostels for male and female students, conference rooms, computer labs and so on.
The project will be competed at the total cost of $35 million.