After the Taliban came to power, women and girls were denied the right to education and work by order of the Taliban leader. The officials of this group have repeatedly announced that soon the girls will return to schools and universities, but so far these promises have not been fulfilled and the girls are still staying at home.
However, the administration of the Taliban Kankor Examinations announces the preparations for the Kankor Examinations in the centre and provinces.
The Taliban Examinations Department published the date of the 2023 Kankor national exam today, Monday (June 20). According to this department, this year’s entrance exam will be held in five separate rounds.
According to the announcement of the Taliban Examinations Department, in the first round of this exam, 11 provinces will submit biometric information on July 18 and 19, 2023, and the exam will be taken on July 20 and 21.
The 11 provinces that hold the first round of exams include Baghlan, Paktia, Ghor, Bamiyan, Jawzjan, Takhar, Khost, Logar, Faryab, Saripol, and Daikundi provinces, whose 12th grade graduates will take the exam on the 20th and 21st of July in the first round.
The entrance exam of 2023 will be held while girls have been deprived of education by the Taliban group for almost two years, and this exam will be held in the absence of girls.