The Kunduz Faculty of Education was formed in 2006, as part of an Institute of Higher Education, but it grew out of an institution that has been training teachers since 1967. It currently has 502 students who are doing pre-service and in-service courses leading to a bachelor’s degree.
Kunduz city is made up of different people who originated from many parts of Afghanistan and the student and faculty bodies of the institute reflect this diversity. The institute is proud of the fact that it has trained many thousands of teachers over the years and it is looking forward to a very bright future. This institute believes that the key to Afghanistan’s future lies in the quality of its teachers and it is doing everything it can to become a leading training institute.
Kunduz Institute instructors were ‘caught’ connecting to the outside world on the day they opened email accounts and received their first emails seconds later from the PDC Manager, visiting their PRC. This Faculty of Education is among the most progressive in their thinking and the most motivated to move into the future. The HEP computer trainer and PRC Coordinator have been able to teach most of the instructors Windows and internet usage, but more computers are needed in the small center. HEP is installing one more and the rector is working with schedules to make the classes available to everyone interested.
PRC opened: June, 2007
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