WORLD Over 2,900 graduates attend military academy entry test in Kabul

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Over 2,900 graduates attend military academy entry test in Kabul

Xinhua

03:04, November 09, 2018

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Afghan high school graduate students attend a military academy entry test in Kabul, capital of Afghanistan, Nov. 8, 2018. More than 2,900 high school graduates attended an exam to get enrollment in Marshal Fahim National Defense University, the prestigious military academy in Afghanistan on Thursday. (Photo: Xinhua)

KABUL, Nov. 8 (Xinhua) -- More than 2,900 high school graduates attended an exam to get enrollment in Marshal Fahim National Defense University, the prestigious military academy in Afghanistan on Thursday.

"More than 2,900 graduates including 52 girls attended the academy entry test here Thursday morning and out of these, 500 will be absorbed to the academy," head of Public Relation Office of the academy Major Juma Gul told Xinhua.

Those get enrollment in the academy would be commissioned to the national army after completion of the four-year university term.

The students, in addition to receiving military training, would also be taught other subjects including law, human rights, engineering and medical.


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