The entrance exam of Paktia University has been completed in an excellent and transparent manner.

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Sun, May 02 2021 9:40 AM
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The entrance exam of Paktia University has been completed in an excellent and transparent manner.

The exam, which lasted three days, absorb 3280 students, including 236 females. Volunteers go to eight faculties in Paktia and various universities across the country. This year, for the lucky famale students, 30% of the seats in all faculties of Paktia University will be allocated to these seats through a special code. Paktia University will attract 3013 students for the year 1400 of which 1052 will be women.

The President of Paktia University, Dr. Wali Jalalzai, on behalf of the University, is thanking from pakia province dear Governor, the Security Forces, the Police Command, the National Security Directorate and representatives of the National Examinations Office, leading by Prof. Nasir Ahmad Mohabbat, Vice Chancellors of scientific, Students affairs, and Administration affairs Paktia University Teachers, dormitory office, the soldiers of the university checkpoint and the hardworking staff of the university for their cooperation in making the exam transparent and successful.

In the hope of a prosperous Afghanistan.

With respect

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