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Review ceremony

The Law Faculty of Avicenna University & Avicenna University Student Association Holds the Fallowing:

Review ceremony of the following books:

  • Family Law (comparative study of Afghanistan Law with Hanafi & Imami Jurisprudence) compilation of Dr. Abdulhussain Rasoli; Professor of Avicenna University
  • International Commercial Arbitration Law, compilation of Assistant professor Mohammad Eshaq Rahimi & Dr. Abdulwahid… Continue reading

Critique and Review of Afghanistan Criminal Codes

Avicenna University law Faculty in Cooperation with Students Government Association holds: A Seminar on Critique and Review of Afghanistan Criminal Codes.

Dr Ghulam Haidar Allama
Dr Abdulwhab Karimi
Dr Hamidullah Ghulami
Dr Ahmad Reza Sadiqi

When: Thursday, Sept 20, 2017 . From 2 to 4 pm.
Where: Kart e Char, opposite to the Ministry… Continue reading

Universal reflection of one student activity from Avicenna University

Abdul Nasir Folad is a postgraduate student of international relationship of political science of Avicenna University. Folad during four years of university beside of academic and class activities, introduced as an active student over the university. One of his achievements in university was establishing of ‘Student gathering’ in Avicenna university that in fact by his… Continue reading

Long steps towards sagacity

Signing a cooperation contract between Avicenna University and Chinese Confucius Organization branched in Kabul University
Sagacity is not possible without language knowledge. Language knowledge is a preparation for knowing of culture, history, education, and humanity’s civilization. Language, in addition to a symbolic and systematic discipline of knowing and understanding of phenomena is also a tool… Continue reading

New issue of Sina Book is released

New issue of Sina Book is different in three sides from the previous issues. First, Sina Book is credited as an academic magazine from the Ministry of Higher Education. Thus, it is noticeable to congratulate this academic achievement and success to academic faculties and colleagues and to appreciate the day and night efforts of all… Continue reading

Glorifying AU Professors and Top Students Admitted to Prestigious International Universities

Universities serve to nurture humanity and, to that end, Avicenna stands at top. This time, AU professors and students have entered international competition, surpassing others. South Asian Association, an organization for regional cooperation, participated by eight South Asian countries, undertake joint political, economic and cultural activities. The cultural arm of the Association has established a… Continue reading

Students’ Debate: “Gauging Effectiveness of Youth Role in Peace Building in Afghanistan”

On Wednesday, 13 July 2016, a students’ debate session, titled as “Gauging Effectiveness of Youth Role in Peace Building in Afghanistan”, was conducted among students from Avicenna, Kabul and Afghanistan universities. The session was facilitated by AU student’s association and AndishaVaran Institute. The event was inaugurated by Dr. Shafaq Khavati’s speech on “the Stance of… Continue reading

Avicenna Professors and Students’ Recent Success Story

Quality and standard education proves rewarding, however, taking long. Avicenna professors and students have recently made major accomplishments, indicating competence and efficiency of AU’s educational system.
Mr. Ahmad Shah Mobarez, an AU Economics Professor, is awarded a Fulbright Doctoral Fellowship to pursue a PhD in the United States. Furthermore, three students from AU Economics and… Continue reading


Some universities have recently published a report on ‘university evaluation’ by the Ministry of Higher Education. We hereby inform you that the report content, as shared across social media, is incorrect; the report only shows results from the first round of evaluation by the Ministry of Higher Education. The remaining private universities have yet to… Continue reading