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Afghan software developer develops mobile app for Kankor exam results

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Afghan software developer develops mobile app for Kankor exam results

akbariAfghan software developer, Gul Mohammad Akbari, developed a mobile application that enables students to access their Kankor exams via their smartphones.

Akbari came up with the idea of this development after he found out about the nerve-wracking problems students were facing when they would log on to the Ministry of Higher Education’s website, which crashed many times.

With a grant from the USAID-funded Afghanistan Workforce Development Program (AWDP), Akbari started designing the education application he envisioned.

Akbari had recently completed his Andriod Mobile Application development course offered by Cresco Solutions and embarked on his emprise soon after.

He was eventually hired by Cresco Solution’s sister company where his mobile app codes are used to develop future mobile applications for students.



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