The Taliban’s Ministry of Higher Education has suspended the academic activities of three private educational institutions in Kabul.
According to an internal document seen by KabulNow, officials at the ministry decided, following a meeting, that Noreen, Bayan and Ghazi Amanullah Khan Khan institutions should be suspended until they meet the group’s conditions.
The ministry stated that the institutions should refund the tuition fees of newly enrolled students and transfer the students to other private educational institutions.
A student at one of the suspended institutions told KabulNow that they have been informed of the fees refund and the suspension.
The Taliban’s Ministry of Higher Education has not commented.