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Student from IHH school comes in second in Afghanistan university exam
Students at a Physical Sciences School run by the IHH Humanitarian Relief Foundation in Afghanistan have recorded a significant success at the country’s university entrance examination. Nearly all the

Around 90 percent of the students at the school entered various universities in the country being mainly the Kabul University.

One of the students at the school Muhammed Yunus came first in the Tahr district with the 341 points he scored in the exam. Yunus also became the second most successful student across Afghanistan among the students who took the exam.

Long-lasting wars, conflicts and occupations in Afghanistan make the establishment of stability in the country difficult. The economic and political instability in the country also deals a blow to the country’s education system. The literacy rate in Afghanistan is around 10 percent, which is far below the world standards.

The IHH becomes a ray of hope for the intelligent but disadvantaged youths in the country by openings Physical Sciences Schools in various parts of Afghanistan. These students are offered courses on computer skills, foreign languages, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, and Biology.The students are also prepared for the university entrance examination. Youths participate in a six-month-long education program at the Physical Sciences Schools in Jalalabad, Yengi Qal`eh, Dasti and Hodja Bahauddin.

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