Afghanistan’s First Online Learning System AfghanX to be Launched
Faisal Amin, the spokesperson of Ministry of Higher Education announced that the first online learning system of Afghanistan (AfghanX) under the electronic learning programs of MoHE is ready to be launched and will soon be practically operationalized.
AfghanX is the part of Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) program at MOHE. Amin explained that in 2018, MOHE had sent around 485 individuals for Bachelors degree, 874 individuals for Master’s degree and 192 others for Doctorate degrees to 41 foreign universities across the world.
He added that presently, more than 3,50,000 students including 27% females are busy with their higher studies in public and private universities. This shows an impressive increase compared to 1381 when the total number of students were 22683.
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