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50,000 Afghans to receive training in Information Technology

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50,000 Afghans to receive training in Information Technology

IT studentsThe Ministry of Communication and Information Technology (MCIT) will provide trainings to 50,000 Afghans in information technology with financial collaboration from the World Bank.

The graduates will be introduced to the government and private sector to grab possible job opportunities, said the officials.

Meanwhile, Labor and Social Affairs Ministry urged companies and government agencies to hire the graduates of this training to help bring good quality services.

According to Tolo News, the MCIT said that the ministry intends to computerize government agencies to deliver standard services. Therefore, there is a need to train specialists.

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