Ministry of Mines and Petroleum will utilize the capacities of Kabul Polytechnic University to create mobility in the mines sector

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Mon, Jul 13 2020 12:41 PM
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To create mobility in the mines sector and utilize the experience of Afghanistan’s human capital, Ministry of Mines and Petroleum have signed consultative contracts with current and previous lecturers of Kabul Polytechnic University. The aim of the agreement is to effectively use the experience of scientific force to increase revenue and create mobility in the mines sector.

Ministry of Mines and Petroleum held preliminary and introductory meeting with University lecturers. According to the available information about minerals, oil and gas, the lecturers will provide necessary consultation to MoMP, so that revenue is increased, employment and citizen’s engagement in the mines sector is enabled.

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