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Female students can continue studying in universities, Taliban

In the new Afghan Taliban government, the Minister of upper Education has said that ladies can continue their education in universities, including postgraduate level, but they’re going to need to wear special classrooms and Islamic dress.

According to the report of Independent Urdu, the Minister of upper Education within the Taliban cabinet Abdul Baqi Haqqani announced the new education policy during a press conference on Sunday during which he said that the Taliban don’t want to require time back 20 years. we’ll start building the items of the past.

The education minister said female students would face other restrictions, including a compulsory code under the Taliban’s new policies, which might require hijab for female students, but didn’t specify whether this meant a headband or Full head covering .

Classrooms also will be gender segregated. we’ll not allow boys and girls to review together, but we’ll not allow co-education,” Haqqani said. Subjects taught in universities also will be reviewed.

Earlier, the Taliban banned music and art during their previous visit to power.
On the opposite hand, Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid said yesterday that efforts are underway to acknowledge the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan at the international level and therefore the international community has also given positive signals during this regard.

Addressing a public gathering in Paktia, Zabihullah Mujahid said the law and order situation in Afghanistan was better and there was no danger of any country being harmed on Afghan soil.

In the new Afghan Taliban government, the Minister of upper Education has said that ladies can continue their education in universities, including postgraduate level, but they’re going to need to wear special classrooms and Islamic dress.

According to the report of Independent Urdu, the Minister of upper Education within the Taliban cabinet Abdul Baqi Haqqani announced the new education policy during a press conference on Sunday during which he said that the Taliban don’t want to require time back 20 years. we’ll start building the items of the past.

The education minister said female students would face other restrictions, including a compulsory code under the Taliban’s new policies, which might require hijab for female students, but didn’t specify whether this meant a headband or Full head covering .

“Classrooms also will be gender segregated. we’ll not allow boys and girls to review together, but we’ll not allow co-education,” Haqqani said.

Subjects taught in universities also will be reviewed.
Earlier, the Taliban banned music and art during their previous visit to power.
On the opposite hand, Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid said yesterday that efforts are underway to acknowledge the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan at the international level and

Therefore the international community has also given positive signals during this regard.
Addressing a public gathering in Paktia, Zabihullah Mujahid said the law and order situation in Afghanistan was better and there was no danger of any country being harmed on Afghan soil.

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