Al Zujajah TV reported on the historical visit of a delegation of Pakistani scholars headed by Hazrat Maulana Mufti Muhammad Taqi Usmani to Afghanistan. The President of Al-Madaris al-Arabiya Pakistan met with the Minister of Education Maulana Abdul Baqi Haqqani with the Federal Minister of Education of Afghanistan Maulana Abdul Baqi.
The focus was on the indepth discussions on various educational issues. According to the details, in recent days, a delegation of Pakistani scholars under the leadership of Hazrat Maulana Mufti Muhammad Taqi Usmani Sahib is on a visit to Afghanistan at the invitation of the Afghan government, where mutual cooperation and mutual cooperation in education matters, Islamic economics and other important matters in Afghanistan is being discussed.
In order to benefit from the experiences, the series of meetings with other leaders including the Federal Minister of Education of Afghanistan Maulana Abdul Baqi has been planned.
Countering the rhetoric of the West and media houses that are labelling Afghanistan as fighting against the education of women ,this meeting highlighted the many institutions and the concrete numbers of educational institutions for women.
Maulana Abdul Baqi Haqqani, while giving a briefing to the delegation, said that at present there are 190 universities in Afghanistan apart from madrasahs, schools, colleges, in which 150 universities are private and 40 universities are public, in which thousands of female students are studying in hijab.
An important point highlighted in this meeting pointed to institutions that have been established for specializations at the government level in Afghanistan.
The focus on specialization in jurisprudence, specialization in hadith, specialization in dawah and guidance and other specializations are being taught.
However, the initial classes are somewhat different in terms of curriculum and are stuck due to complications which will be overcome soon.
The details were said by Maulana Abdul Baaq Haqqan In a detailed discussion, Maulana Abdul Baqi Haqqani said that there are quotas for Afghan students in Pakistani universities where the students are continuing their studies. He further said that special arrangements have been made for women’s education in the universities and there is no restriction on women’s education. On the contrary, women in Afghanistan can get higher education in hijab. According to the Minister of Education, currently 6,000 female students are studying in a university in Kabul, while 8,000 female students are studying in the government university of Kabul. The Minister of Education of Afghanistan informed the delegation about the educational policies. While adding that Pakistani President Dr. Arif Alvi has also offered to provide educational facilities to the students of Afghanistan. He said that currently 30 Afghan students have been sent to the National University of Science and Technology (NUST) in Pakistan for education.
The delegation was also invited to visit the universities of Afghanistan which they happily accepted. The delegation of Pakistani scholars included Hazrat Maulana Mufti Muhammad Taqi Usmani Sahib, Sheikh Al Hadith Hazrat Maulana Maulana Anwar Haq Sahib, Hazrat Maulana Muhammad Hanif Jalandhari Sahib, Mufti Ghulam Rahman Sahib, Maulana Hussain Ahmad Sahib, Maulana Qari Ehsan Haque Sahib, Maulana Muhammad Tayyab Panj Pir Sahib. Mahmood, Maulana Dr. Imran Ashraf, Maulana Hafiz Salmanul Haq, Maulana Ahmad Hanif Jalandhri, Maulana Ehsan Rahman, Maulana Ibrahim Sukkar Gahhi, Maulana Nauman and Hafiz Masood Ahmad.The