Faculties

Faculty of law and sharia law

  1. Faculty of law and sharia law

Seyyed Abdol Latif Sajjadi

Academic Rank: Member of Faculty of Law

Education: Graduated from advanced level of sharia law and currently student of PhD degree in sharia law and judicial law

Academic works:

A. Books:

  • Features of Islamic World Government, Boostan Book, 2004, Qom
  • Brotherhood in Islam and approximation and consolidation of Islamic religions, 2008, Tehran
  • Temporary marriages in the Quran and Sunnah;

B. Articles

  • Relationship of the Judge’s knowledge with reason in conflict supposition; 2014
  • Duties and responsibilities of the Islamic government
  • The Basics of National Unity in Afghanistan
  • Globalization is a natural process or a western project
  • Violation of a Judge’s Judgment from the Viewpoint of Shia’s Law (published in Al-Mustafa Specialist Magazine)

Activities and Work experiences:

  • Head of the School of Law and Sharia law (2007-2008)
  • Faculty Member of Khatam Al-Nabieen University (pbuh)
  • Council member of Founders of the Center for Strategic Studies and Research
  • Member of the Mojahedin dissolution council
  1. The faculty of Sharia law and law

The Faculty of Law and Sharia Law in Kabul has 9 members of permanent academic cadre including PhD and Master professors while Faculty of Law and Sharia Law in Ghazni Branch and Jaghori Branch have their own academic team.

  1. Summary of the permanent council members of the Faculty of Law and Sharia law are as bellow:
  1. Seyyed Abdul Latif Sajjadi: Graduate of Sharia law and currently student of PhD degree in sharia law and judicial law
  1. Abdol Bassir Nabizadeh: Master of Criminal Law and Criminology and Bachelor of Law from Al-Mustafa Al-Alamieh Society from 2008 – 2012
  1. Abdolali Mohammadi: Doctor of Public Law from Shahid Beheshti University – PhD thesis title “Legal Mechanisms for the Establishment of Modern Government and Its Barriers in Afghanistan” – Master in Public Law from Imam Khomeini Institute of Education and Research
  1. Abdolkarim Eskandari: PhD student at Tehran University (Campus Qom) in Criminal Law and Criminology – PhD. titled “Rehabilitation in Iran-Afghanistan Criminal Law” and Master’s Degree in Law
  1. Azizullah Fassihi: Ph.D Student of Criminal Law at Tehran University since 1392, Master of Criminal Law and Criminology from Ahlul Bait University in 2010 and Bachelor of Law from Mashhad University
  1. Ali Ahmad Rezaei: PhD student at Ferdowsi University in Sharia law and foundations of Islamic law and Master’s degree in Sharia law and Islamic studies
  1. Ghassem Ali Sedaghat: PhD student of Public Law at Shahid Beheshti University of Tehran – thesis title “Basic Monitoring in Afghanistan and Iraq” and Master in Public Law
  1. Mohammad Esa Fahimi: Master and Bachelor of Islamic Law and Islamic Studies from Al-Mustafa Al-Almia Society in 2010 and 1997
  1. Seyyed Ya’qub Arefi: Master of Private Law in 2009 and Bachelor of Islamic Studies and Law in 2005 from Al-Mustafa Al-Alamieh Society
  1. Academic biography of members of the academic council of the School of sharia law and law are as below:
  1. Abdol Bassir Nabizadeh

Administrative position: Academic Research Officer

Academic Rank: Associate Professor and Faculty Member of the Law School

Masters of Criminal Law and Criminology and Bachelor of Law from Al-Mustafa Al-Almia Society in 2012 and 2008

Academic works:

  • Freedom of expression in law and sharia law
  • The status of political parties in international documents and the constitution of Afghanistan
  • Political Participation in Afghanistan Challenges and Solutions
  • Collateral offenses
  • Study and review of hardship cases (Osr and Haraj)
  • Cybercrime and legal challenges

 Abdolali Mohammadi

Academic Rank: Faculty Member of the Law School

Doctor of Public Law from Shahid Beheshti University – PhD thesis title “Legal Mechanisms for the Establishment of Modern Government and its Barriers in Afghanistan” and Master in Public Law from Imam Khomeini Institute of Education and Research

Academic works:

A. Books

  • Introduction to administrative structures of Islamic state; 2006
  • The basic rights of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan; 2008
  • Administrative Law of Afghanistan; Published by Erfan; 2011

B- Articles

  • Requirements of the Afghan Judiciary System; 2005
  • Freedom of expression in the constitution of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan; 2006
  • Election Monitoring Mechanism in Afghan Law; 2007
  • Congress of the United States and the National Assembly of Afghanistan; 2007
  • Theoretical Foundations of Democracy; 2009
  • Mechanism Election transparent;

Activities and experiences

  • General Director of Guidance and Invitation to the Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs, 1994-1993
  • Professional member of the Department of Islamic Education of Radio and Television; 1995-1999
  • Legal advisor to the head of the Wolesi Jirga of the National Assembly; 2007-2008
  • Presidential Legal Advisor to the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan; 2014;

 3- Abdolkarim Eskandari

Academic Rank: Faculty Member of the school of Law

PhD student at the University of Tehran (Campus of Qom) in the field of Criminal Law and Criminology – PhD thesis titled “Rehabilitation in Iran-Afghanistan Criminal Law” and Master’s Degree in Law

Academic works:

A) Books

  • “Legal Status of Victims of Women in Sharia Law and Law”- Imam Khomeini Institute, 2012
  • Personality rights of women; education publication;
  • Woman’s family rights; education publication;
  • Guarantor of relatives in murder; Qom; 2008
  • Ways to Protect Victims; Qom; 2009
  • Analysis of the Rights of Victims; Qom; 2008

B) Articles:

  • Rights of Minorities in the Islamic System; 2013
  • The silence of the defendant in Afghanistan’s law and international documents; 2013
  • Rights of Minorities in the Islamic System; 2013
  • The role of abandoning action in realizing the material element of murder, from the perspective of Afghanistan’s criminal law and international documents; 2013
  • What is apostate and what is the philosophy of punishment? 2011
  • Guidelines for supporting victims of crime in Afghan law and international documents; 2010
  • Impact of false customs on Afghan women’s rights and its solutions; 2009
  • Jurisprudential review of the guardian’s permission to marry; 2008; 

4- Azizullah Fasihi

Academic Rank: Associate professor and Faculty Member of the Law School

PhD student of sharia law at Tehran University since 2013. Master of Criminal Law and Criminology from Ahlul Bait University in 2010 and Bachelor of Law from Mashhad University.

Academic works:

 5- Ali Ahmad Rezaei

Academic Rank: Faculty Member of the school of Law

PhD student at the Ferdowsi University in Sharia law and master’s degree in Sharia law and Islamic studies

Academic works;

  • Scientific authority of Ahlul-Bayt from viewpoints of Hanafi; 2011;
  • Ahl al-Bayt the Islamic axis for unity; 2011
  • Imam Sadiq and Religious Brotherhood; 2009
  • Approximative approaches and Idea of the Imam Aazam; 2007

6- Qassim Ali Sedaghat

Academic Rank: Faculty Member of the School of Law

Ph.D. student of the Shahid Beheshti University of Tehran in Public Law – Ph.D. thesis title “Basic Monitoring in Afghanistan and Iraq” and Master degree in Public Law

Academic works:

A) Books:

  • “Guidelines for guaranteeing the rights of citizens in sharia law and the laws of Afghanistan”; Al-Sumati society; 2009
  • Basic Law of Afghanistan; Imam Khomeini Institute; 2012

B) Articles:

  • Boundaries of constituencies in Afghanistan; 2014;
  • Proactive government commitments against citizens from Imam Ali’s perspective; 2012
  • Economic factors of corruption; 2010
  • The National Assembly and its function for the Supervision of Power; 2009
  • Review of the presidential election process; 2008
  • Authorities and function of the Afghan Senate, 2008;

 7. Mohammad Esa Fahimi

Academic Rank: Associate professor and Faculty Member of the Law School

Master and Bachelor of Islamic Law and Islamic Studies from Al-Mustafa Al-Almia Society in 2010 and 1997

Academic Works:

 8- Sayyid Ya’qub Arefi

Administrative position: Head of Department of shria law

Academic Rank: Researcher and Faculty Member of the law school

Master of Private Law in 2009 and Bachelor of Islamic Studies and Law in 2005 from Al-Mustafa Al-Alamieh Society

Academic works:

A) Books

– Several books ready to publish

B) Articles:

  • Compulsory Guaranty
  • Lawyers in Afghanistan and Iran
  • Terms of wedlock from the perspective of sharia law
  • The role of reluctance in transactions from the point of view of sharia law

 Introduction of School of Law and sharia law

  1. Establishment of the School of sharia law and Law

The Faculty of sharia law and Law is the first faculty of Khatam al-Nabieen University established in 2007 in order to satisfy the enthusiasts and need for sharia law and human rights knowledge and values. So far, hundreds of committed and thoughtful students have been studying sharia law and law at the undergraduate and master’s level. Indeed, the teaching of laws in the absence of jurisprudential knowledge, somewhat, baseless education, the individual can have right perceptions and valuable inferences that are aware of jurisprudential knowledge. For this reason, this faculty has incorporated jurisprudential texts and rules as much as is required in the main and optional courses of law, and has been named as the “faculty of sharia law and law”.

B. Objectives of faculty of sharia law and Law

The main goal is to produce educated individuals having commitment to religious, ethical and legal doctrines. The real motivation of Khatam-al-Nabieen University and the Faculty of sharia law and Law is provision of pure space for “spirituality and knowledge”; this university and school does not consider itself the only “academic center” but also “the religious-moral center”. Thus, knowledge and value has got similar importance and will make efforts to remain as a pure base for education and spirituality. Of course, knowledge and skills are alike two wings for flight. Therefore, this is to say:

  1. Standard and specialized education

Disorganized information and even widespread awareness will not work as foundation and beam of progress and upgradation unless it is in the light of the “standardization” and “categorization”. The motivation of the faculty of sharia and law is to introduce the skills of inferences of sharia law and law so that students can emancipate of wandering in modern and complex issues using legal logic and jurisprudential perceptions. Academic and specialized education is an incentive that every scientific-religious institution should consider it as a main goal.

  1. Practical Training (Skill Enhancement)

Any field of academic major is based on the three pillars of “Awareness”, “readiness” and “experience”; even if the awareness is as wide and clear but without “necessary readiness” cannot go along and cannot pass a desirable and progressive path, that is why the matter of “skill” is raised. In the field of sharia law and law, in addition to knowledge, there should be walking between law articles and legal issues to get preparedness for solving complex cases. The purpose of this faculty is not to provide only “theoretical education,” but also to provide professional training and background for the readiness of students in the field of judiciary, acting as lawyers and other legal matters. In this regard, the faculty has put in place some extra-curricular programs, such as: holding mock trials, law reading completion, visiting public courts, and setting up meetings with famous judges of the of the country.

  1. Education and Commitment

There is kind of interdependent relation between specialty and commitment; one without another in the pursuit of a successful goal will be lost and helpless. Science will be enlightened in light of value and will illuminate it. Education, along with religiosity and virtue, will make a lawful community. The goal of the School of sharia law and law is to provide the basis for growth of legal expertise in the context of ethical commitment.

Fields of study and courses

Courses of sharia law and law are currently offered at undergraduate and postgraduate levels:

  1. Bachelor’s degree

In the undergraduate level, the students are supposed to come through a transparent pre-university test and then they are required to pass at least 136 credits during the seven semesters (three and a half years). If required, up to ten optional courses will also be added to the credits. Finally, the student is obliged to choose a specific, needful and practical Monograph subject with the guidance and under supervision of professor and then deliver to the faculty for evaluation; if the student is unable to complete the final research in the seventh semester, the seventh semester will be dedicated to the writing of the monograph.

It should be notified that undergraduate courses at the Faculty of sharia law and Law are organized in a way that after graduation of the student can scientifically run judicial position, defense lawyer and legal counseling. This way has at least two prominences:

First, students have to pass the basic lessons of law, besides gain general awareness of disciplines so that they find wider field of work (not limited to being attorneys or lawyers and legal counseling); Secondly, the student will have more and more options to choose a courses in master’s degree.

  1. Master’s degree

It is obvious that the Faculty of sharia law and law, after passing two successful graduation ceremony of the bachelor’s degree, had the legal and moral merit of conducting master’s degree in law; in the beginning of the school year 2013, with the help of Allah and permission of the Ministry of Higher Education of Afghanistan the Master Degree in law commenced. Out of hundreds of applications, about seventy people succeeded after academic assessment in three following disciplines:

– Public Law.

– Criminal Code and Criminology.

– International Law.

The duration of the master’s degree is two years, during this period, students will study 35 educational credit, among them, six units devoted to the dissertation. Now, with the experience of the Master’s Graduation Festival, we can accept only limited students through careful exams, at a rate set by the Ministry Higher education, from a large number of the interests in two major disciplines: “Criminal Law and Criminology” and “International Law”.

Studying Students and graduated Students

1. Graduates

The faculty of sharia law and law is proud of competence that successfully beheld the ceremony of two four years of study and two period of graduations. Altogether, a large number of students are happy to have received the graduation suit, and thus most of them have succeeded in finding suitable jobs, or Continued studies in master’s degree at the same University, Khatam-Al-Nnabieen (pbuh). Precisely, out of the 230 graduated students, 149 students (male: 98 females: 51), have received their graduation documents from the Ministry of Education after processing their usual paper works.

2- Scholarship

Khatam Al-Nibieen University has been able to provide a total of 70 overseas scholarships to those who had already graduated from the faculty of sharia law and law. Thirty-five of them have been studying postgraduate courses in criminal law and criminology and private law for over a year, and other scholars are also ready to be dispatched. Of course, the scholarship process abroad is a continual program of the university.

3. The studying students

In faculty of sharia law and Law, 397 (female: 81 and male: 316) students are studying.

In the first year, 80 students out many applicants, who secured the highest points based on written test and scientific interview, had been accepted.

In Second year, a group of 90 students (male: 73 females: 17) who had passed the course content of the previous year and found the merit of upgrading to the second year.

In third year, there are 158 students who have completed 80 elected credit and recognized eligible to attend higher educational courses.

In the fourth year, students are on the verge of graduation and must pass at least 136 credit so that they can participate in the graduate celebration; at the first semester of the year, 48 males and 21 females, in A total of 69 faculty students deserve graduation. Currently, many students are studying sharia and law at this faculty.

The career outlook of sharia law and law

1. Scientific activities

The graduate of the bachelor’s and master’s degree from the Faculty of sharia law and law will be able to absorb as professors, scientific or legal researchers or professional personnel in private and public sectors.

2. Judgment

The graduate of bachelor’s and master’s degree of this faculty can be hired through internship exams which is held once a year by Supreme Court

3. Lawyer

Graduates of this college can receive a defense lawyer’s license and work as a lawyer and advocate in the community.

4.Legal Consultant

The lawyer of the faculty, with full competence, can provide legal advices to public and private individuals of the community.

5. Legislation

The graduates of this faculty can act as a lawmaking researcher or writer in the public organizations such National Assembly, ministries and other institutions of the state.

6. Administrative and Law Enforcement

Graduate students of law can work in senior managerial and Administrative positions of the country because they are specialist in sharia law and law and therefore they have the ability to implement and enforce the law well.

C) empowerment programs

In order to enhance the scientific excellence and practical result of the student’s training sessions, the faculty always has the following programs:

  1. Conducting simulated trials in the presence of well-expert judicial juries of the country and then the mock session is evaluated by them.
  2. Conducting public law training for all students of sharia law and law for the purpose of farther advancement and expertise.
  3. Conducting competitions for purpose of getting more acquaintance with the laws of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan.
  4. To get students participate in formal court hearings in order to watch the formal trial process.
  5. Invitation of judges, prosecutors and legal medical experts to lecture and share their exprience to the faculty students.

Faculty of Dentistry

Prospects and brief introduction about faculty of Stomatology of Khatam Al-Nabieen University (pbuh): the people who live in rural and remote areas of our beloved country are not having adequately access to dental care services and so far they have been treated by traditionally experienced and unprofessional people. The actions taken by these unprofessional people in the tooth section are harmful to the health of the people and on the other hand, cause transmission of viral and infectious diseases among the people.

On the other hand, in the cities of our beloved countries, a number of technicians and Dentures, just after two years of study, attend dental care services that do not have sufficient expertise and experience to provide standardized services to our peoples. Health services in the dental sector, both in cities and in rural areas, are not enough professional, therefore they transmit viral and infectious diseases to the people.

Considering the fact that in the tooth section, there has been only one faculty within the framework of Kabul Medical University at the national level which is not enough to provide dental services throughout the country. Therefore, Khatam Alnnabieen University postulated to establish the Faculty of Dentistry (Stomatology) at the Khatam Al Nabieen University, in order to train specialist and in order to fill the gaps in the country. They will provide standard dental care in the near future in the dental sector, and all our compatriots who are living in cities and distant areas will benefit from standardized dental care services and they will play effective role in controlling the high prevalence of infectious and viral diseases imposed by unprofessional people. This faculty was formally established by the Khatam Al Nnabieen University in 2016 with the official permit number 182.1818 granted by the Ministry of Higher Education of the country.

The Prospect of Stomatology faculty of Khatam Al Nabieen University (pbuh)

  1. Training young professional doctors in the sector of stomatology
  2. Training dedicated and specialist doctor in the field of stomatology
  3. Educational upgrade of those individuals who have completed their two year studies in this area as DMD (Dental Master Degree) or STO
  4. Professionalize young ruralist in order to replace those who provide unprofessional dentistry services in the deprived and remote areas.

 

 

Content introduction:

According to the educational regulations of this university, the period of this course is at least six years and maximum eight years, and each student can choose minimum 14 credits and maximum 21 credits in each semester while there are three following stages:

Para-clinic (Basic) – 2 years

Clinic – 3 years

internship – 1 year

  1. Para-clinic (Basic): The duration of this phase is 2 years. At this stage, students study basic courses which means the first phase of general and specialized courses.
  2. Clinic: consists of two parts.

A) Teaching students at the bedside of patients in hospitals

B) Teaching theoretical courses in Faculty

  1. Internship: The goal of this stage is to develop skills, strengthen decision-making power, increase self-esteem and therefore, they are given the responsibility to directly encounter with diagnostic problems and patient treatment; the desired time for this period is one year.

 Monograph (thesis)

Monograph aims to Reveal the individual and scientific abilities of students and also train them in order to acquire scientific and research skills for the future. The monograph in this section is 6 credits, and each student must specify it under the supervision of an advisor at least one year before to the end of the course, and defend it before graduation.

The features of faculty of Stomatology at Khatam Al Nnabieen University (pbuh)

  1. Experienced and capable professors (Master and PhD);
  2. Having well-equipped educational and dental services within khatam Al Nabieen Medical University. In fact, Khatam Al Nabieen medical university is one very few private universities, which has a very well-equipped and facilitated hospital in the country.
  3. Special cooperation and research facilities for Elite Students
  4. Providing facilities for continuing education abroad (during the period of training and expertise)
  5. Proper fee: being affordable by majority of people in the community

A) no tax;

B) Flexible installment of fees throughout the entire period of education;

Scope of work (ability of individuals after graduation)

  1. After they successfully pass their assigned courses, they will have the ability to work: As a treating doctor in different sections, as general teeth practitioner, or teeth orthopedic, children teeth, teeth surgery and so on.
  2. As a Director, manager and etc… at hospitals and other health centers;
  3. Ability to act as researcher of health topics in the dental sector;
  4. Expert and advisor on health topics in the dental sector;

Faculty of Computer Science

Mission of Computer Science Faculty:

Provide quality and updated educational services to enhance managerial, entrepreneurial and research skills with the aim of presenting dedicated and expert human force in the field of computer science.

Outlook of faculty of Computer Science:

Acquiring top rank at the national and regional levels through the creation of effective and efficient educational and research programs in the field of computer science

  1. Faculty members

Professor Seyyed Mohammad Sharif Shakir

 Position: Caretaker of Computer Science faculty

Education:

  • Master of Mathematics from Puna University of India
  • Bachelor of Mathematics from Kabul University
  • Diploma in financial management from India
  • Diploma in English from the Star Language Course, Kabul
  • Completion of Management Courses (RIMO) arranged by Ministry of Education, Kabul
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Teaching experience

  • Teaching at Noor University, Herat
  • Teaching at the Higher Education Institute of Khaja Abdullah Ansari (RAH) – Faculty of Computer Engineering, Economics and Management.

Syllabus subjects

  • Mathematical analysis, probabilities, statistics, graph theory, discrete mathematics and research in operations

Appreciation letters and awards

  • Received a second-rate Appreciation letter from the Ministry of Education
  • Having several honorary letters from the Planning Directorate and NGO partners of the Ministry of Education of Planning Department, such as the CDP, etc.
  • Received appreciation letter and certificate from the Ministry of Education (RIMO course)
  • Received a merit certificate from the Department of Mathematics of Puna University for educational and cultural activities
  • Received certificate of English among foreign students on behalf of Puna University
  • Participation in two international conferences (IMS) in India and obtaining Certification
  • Having more than 30 awards, letters of appreciation and certificate from other cultural institutions in Kabul and Herat provinces

Authorship:

  • Dissertation with the subject of mathematical methods in physics (Bessel function)
  • Presenting two scientific essays on the subject of graph and metro theory during studying master’s degree at Puneh University
  • The presentation of a seminar and an academic paper on: “Generating Functions Models in Applied Combinatorics” at the University of Puneh in India.
  • Preparation and editing of several books of mathematics (General Mathematics, Mathematical Analysis, Linear Algebra, Probabilities) are ready to publish

Operating activities

  • Administrative and financial assistant of Khaja Abdullah Ansari institute
  • The head of computer faculty at Private Institute of Higher Education, Khaja Abdullah Ansari for three years.
  • Caretaker of the Khaja Abdullah Ansari Educational Institute in the winter of 2013
  • Official Task Manager for Planning Directorate of the Ministry of Education, Main responsibilities: Upgrading primary schools to secondary or high school levels, classifying provincial needs including teachers training centers, night schools at Provincial Levels, Review and Implementation all filings of private schools in provincial level and assessing state schools, according to distance, student and teacher ratio, distributions of human resource with consideration of the number of schools and students, cooperation and active participation in Ministry Projections, and cooperation with the Department of Strategic Planning) for two years.
  1. brief introduction to the computer faculty

The Faculty of Computer Science at Khatam Al-Nnabieen University was established in 2011 and in the spring of the same year, it started to enroll the students with formal permit issued by the Ministry of Higher Education of the Republic of Afghanistan. This faculty aims to educate skilled and experienced human resources as a basis for a strong foundation in computer science including software development, creation, design and management of computer networks at various levels; it can include managing information systems, implementing web page projects, learning different programming languages, operating systems, and design of various algorithms are the main goals of this faculty. The basic criterion of this school is training of youths according to the conditions of employment and the labor market; more importantly, the standard teaching of different computing disciplines has been taken into account. The school of Computer Science is working hard on this with high commitment.

facilities and classrooms

Faculty of Computer Science at Khatam-AL-Nabieen University (pbuh) has facilities and classrooms necessary for training and comfort. This faculty has 3 classrooms and 2 labs of computers and networks that have good teaching equipment such as projector, whiteboard, proper chairs and enough light.

Number of professors

There are 8 faculty members in the Faculty of Computer Science, including faculty members who are permanent and outsourced, with absolute majority of them masters. Meanwhile, the faculty is using contracted academic experts to complete its scientific knowledge.

Educational aims of the computer science faculty

Aims: The purpose of the faculty of Computer Science is to educate skilled and expertly trained human resources for future of the community which is summarized as following: with training of skilled and professional human resources it is aimed to establish a strong foundation in computer science comprising software development, creation, design and management of computer networks at various levels; managing information systems, implementing web page projects, learning different programming languages, operating systems, and designing various algorithms are the main goals of this faculty. The basic criterion of this school is training of youths according to the conditions of employment and the labor market; more importantly, the standard teaching of different computing disciplines has been taken into account. The school of computer science is working hard on this and is committed.

Content introduction

Course period:

The course of Computer Science covers four years. Some students who are able to get excellent average have the possibilities to graduate after seven semesters. The four-year program of the Computer Science Faculty is designed to meet the needs of young people who complete twelve years of education and seek professional training in computer networks, software management, and information security. The admission is open to those who have readiness for training in the fields of computer engineering, software engineering, web page design, database creation, data management and computer network management.

Of course, its basic knowledge is mathematical topics, mathematical logic, electric physics, and English, which has been pursued during the school years. Anyway, the program with all curriculums and content is generally available to students with a high academic readiness and high talent to succeed. Therefore, applicants for this program will be selected by the entrance exam process.

In addition, to professional and specialized courses, there are other programs followed during four the years of study, which includes public areas such as English, Mathematics, Islamic Studies, Contemporary History of Afghanistan, as well as general information and skills about computer science. These programs are intended to promote professional and general knowledge of the student. With this curriculum, it is endeavored that the graduates, as professional and expert people, will become the pride of their country and higher education community.

Number of credits

The Bachelor’s degree program of the Computer Science faculty is 140 credits, of which the total of at least 136 credits should be implemented in a desirable manner and eventually will graduate the student as a bachelor’s degree holder. It is worth mentioning that the curriculum of the faculty has already been reviewed by a specialist group considering the needs of community, the level of students, hence the total number of credits should be changed.

Educational system

Bachelor of computer science courses like other disciplines at Khatam Al-Nabieen University, is “Credit system” which is the latest and most standard educational system in the world. This system of education is also endorsed by the Ministry of Higher Education of Afghanistan. Based on the credit system, each undergraduate student is taught about 136 credits during eight semesters (four academic years). Each credit is as much as to be completely taught in 16 hours.

Subjects (category and percentage)

The subjects of the computer science curriculum are divided into four categories according to regulation of the Ministry of Higher Education’s credit system:

  • General topics which include all faculties at the university.
  • Essential subjects
  • dedicated subjects
  • Optional subjects

Internship and Scientific Excursion

In addition to the theoretical courses, the undergraduate students in computer science will have practical courses and projects which are defined according to their subject and course syllabus for each student’s lesson. furthermore, the final project (monograph) is also defined by the faculty for students, which is intended more for practical activities. Visiting IT centers, telecommunications, and computer systems is also considered important for learning and defining the project.

The appropriateness of practical and theoretical work

It is imperative that the student learns the contents of a lesson in a way that he or she can use it to do something practical. In other words, they can find its practical ways. To fit the practical work with theoretical work, a course plan will be defined according to course content initially presented to the students. Doing practical work in computer labs and defining class projects and assignment will finally finalize the final lesson project in the same semester. Theoretical and practical lessons may differ in each subject course. Often, the appropriateness of theory with practical work will be practically equivalent from 60% theoretical and to 40% practical.

 Teaching methods

In the bachelor degree of computer science, in accordance with the content, different educational methods are used. Meanwhile, efforts are being made to use active and student center methods. Overall, the methods which is applied in this field, is one or a combination of the following methods:

  1. Lecture Method: This method is used in the subject that are mostly based on the theoretical basis. In other words, we use this method when it is needed to transfer a large amount of information to students. So, through this, concepts and topics are verbally transmitted to students.
  2. Exploratory Method: After students receive basic knowledge about the discipline and learn the basics of lessons, it’s time to get active classroom and students are made to think and answer the questions before a response is made by the professor. To fulfill this demand, students are urged to actively learn new knowledge, ideas and participate in contribution to their discussion and critique with their professors and their classmates.
  3. Question and Answer Method: To ensure proper learning, a part of learning process is assigned to questions and answers between students and professor. This way, is used on the already taught lessons and new lessons so as to enhance creativity talent and thinking and also pave the way for institutionalization of lessons by replication of the topics.
  4. Practical work in the classroom: Normally practical work begins after presenting the definition of the problem and getting basic familiarity with the general concepts of that lesson. Many of these practical works are defined by subject teacher and then the students in cooperation with the professor, carry out their practical work.
  5. Research and problem solving: In this method, students are given a subject to increase their information through further study in order to find solutions to a given problem and then they present their feedback within specified time.
  6. Group work: In some topics, the members of the class are divided into multi- micro-groups and then they are given group work (project). So, the responsibility and the privilege of work belong to everyone. This method of training is implemented after gaining basic knowledge about a learning subject such as problem solving, analysis of algorithms, system alignment and system scenarios.

Student assessment methods

In order to assess students, it is tried to divide student assessment to different segments and times. Because one of the features of active education system is that students are not evaluated in one way or once or twice, but rather students are evaluated in a variety ways and also in different times. Students’ assessment in the computer science bachelor’s degree is conducted with using different methods. Of the 100 points which is awarded to each subject, (depending on the type of lesson whether it is project based or rarely required project work) 60-50% of them belong to written examinations taken at the end of semester, 20% of them belong to middle semester exam but the remaining percentages are allocated to other parts, such as project delivery, teamwork, regular attendance in the class, homework, classroom activities, etc., as decided by the respective professor.

The distribution of the scores are as following way:

  1. Regular presence in the classroom with maintaining general discipline (5%)
  2. Homework and class activities such as: taking part in questions and answers during teaching, and delivering practical tasks in the classroom of relevant content (5%);
  3. Mid-Semester Assessment: This assessment is done after the eighth or ninth week. (20%)
  4. Evaluation at end of the semester: This assessment is done in written form at the end of the semester. (60%).
  5. Evaluation of the final lesson project: Delivering the final project of the course, which is defined at least one week before the beginning of the final exam by the relevant professor. (5% – 10%).
  6. Evaluation of group work: Due to the need for practical work, some group work is defined by the respective professor; if it done by the students, each member of that group deserves the individual score, which included by the first and second parts of this paragraph.

Computer Science Departments

As one of the goals of the university is to update the educational content based on the needs of the country. therefore, Department of Computer Science has considered three departments in this regard.

The necessity of computer science department

There are many reasons why departments may need to be established but below is referred to some of those reasons:

  1. The labor market in the field of computer science has a special trend to expertise
  2. Applicants of this field are interested in a certain department
  3. Considering the economic situation of the people, some graduate students are not able to continue their studies at higher educational levels, and on the other hand, the ground for continuing education in the country is not yet available, it is highly required to specialize the graduates on relevant subjects.
  4. In the state universities, this major has also divided to several departments
  5. And finally, the establishment of various departments will increase the expertise of students in a particular field.

Departments

There are three departments considered to be the most applicable departments in this field, below details are provided for each one.

Department of Software Engineering

  1. The extraordinary importance of information for today’s human beings and computerizing of various dimensions of life require the design and development of software systems to highlight the needs of life in the present day. So that the correct information helps us properly develop and implement development plans. Access to the correct information depends on the effective and efficient use of computer systems in both software and hardware.
  2. The software engineering field allows graduates to use computer science principles and mathematical analysis to design, analyze, and develop computer systems.

Department of Information Technology

Today, one of the important factors of the development is to increase the use of information technology in the economic, administrative, government, law enforcement, and so on. So that information technology and the degree of progress in it are one of the most important developmental measures of the countries. Therefore, every development program requires the establishment of an appropriate environment for the use of information technology.

  1. Students of this field can specialize in designing and implementing computer systems in the hardware and software sectors, and designing security policies on networks and computer systems, as well as the proper use of computer system resources.

Department of Information Systems

The goal of the department of information systems is to explain the scientific issues and provide technical skills to the people of our beloved country. The Information Systems Department is a young department and information systems in computer science and it is also a new science. Therefore, the department needs a curriculum. The members of the scientific staff of the Department have high professional qualifications and the majority of them have master’s degrees in this field. The responsibility of the members of the scientific staff of the Information Systems Department is to create and develop a curriculum in this department.

This department, in accordance with the requirements and the plan already prepared, should include subjects related to computerized information system, including database classes and web design classes. the Students who graduate from this department should be trained so that the scientific and professional issues related to the area of information systems from the beginning to advanced levels, including practical work. All professional courses that relate to their field must include general issues (foundations), advanced titles, and practical ones.

Abilities of the graduates

Graduates of this faculty will have various abilities and capacities, if properly directed, the will be able to implement good projects and solve many problems. Some of them are as below:

 1- Ability to analyze different topics of computer science.

2- Developing and managing of software systems.

3- Create, design and manage computer networks at different levels.

4- Implementing web page projects.

5- Provision, design and management of information systems.

6. Good ability and efficiency based on employment and labor market conditions.

7- Exploring and recognizing new software and hardware.

8. Examination of deficiencies and requirements of software and hardware in network services, information systems and fulfil their needs.

9. Implementing computer programs, installing, debugging, testing and training.

10. Support and maintenance of information systems including identifying errors, fixing errors, and adding new features to systems.

11. Identifying new computer techniques and design architecture.

12. The ability to standardize teaching in different computing disciplines.

13. Training and research in the field of wired, wireless, smart wireless networks, management of information system, programming languages, operating systems and the design of various algorithms.

Faculty of Political Science

    1. Head of Faculty of Political Science

Ramadan Ali Fasahat

Scientific position: Associate professor and faculty member of political science

Education: Master and Bachelor in political science from Imam Khomeini Institute of Education and Research in 2012 and 2008

Scientific works:

Activities and experiences

  • Head of cultural affairs of the university
  • Editor and Managing Director of Cultural publications
    1. Academic member of faculty of political science

.a) Brief introduction to members of the Scientific Council of Political Science faculty:

  1. Sayed Abdul Qayyum Sajadi: Ph.D. from Shahid Beheshti University of Tehran in International Relations, 2005 – “the title of thesis was Globalization and Political Islam (with an emphasis on post-Talibanism in Afghanistan)” and Master in political sociology of Bagher Al-ulum University in 1997
  1. Mohammad Vaheed Binish: Ph.D. from Tehran University of Political Sciences in 2005 – Ph.D. titled “Incompatibility of traditional and new components of Political Thoughts in Contemporary Afghanistan” – Professor in political science at Tehran University in 1997
  1. Ramezan Ali Fasahat: Master and Bachelor of Political Science from Imam Khomeini Institute of higher Education and Research in 2012 and 2008
  1. Seyyed Mohammad Javad Mohaddesi: Master of International relation from Tehran University and Bachelor of Islamic and Political Sciences from Al-Mustafa University in 2011 and 2009
  2. Mohammad Zaki Karimi: Master and Bachelor of Political Science at Bagher Al-ulum University in 2010 and 2007
    1. Scientific Biography of Academic Member of political science faculty:
      1. Dr. Sayed Abdul-Qayum Sajjadi

Administrative Position: president of the University

Degree: having Ph.D. in Diplomacy and International Relations

Academic Rank: Scientist and Faculty Member of Political Science

Activities:

  • Member of the Constitutional Loya Jirga of Afghanistan in 2003 and member of the Council for Disputes Settlement
  • Member of the Scientific Board of Mofid University of Iran
  • Faculty member and head of Khatam al-Nabieen University of Afghanistan
  • Founding member of Afghanistan Strategic Studies Center
  • Member of the International Affairs’ Commission in two working terms of parliament
  • As a Representative of distinguished people of Ghazni province in the Wolesi Jirga in the fifteenth and sixteenth term of parliament.
  • As team member for reviewing the Islamic Cultural Curriculum in ministry of higher education.
  • The founder of Noor Ghazna private high schools ((these schools were established in Ghazni in 2007 and currently covers more than 3,300 students.)

Works and Scientific activities

Work experience: 15 years of teaching experience in domestic and foreign universities in the field of political sociology and international relations. Ten years work experience in the leadership of higher education as head of the Khatam Al-Nabieen University of Afghanistan. During this period, the following research work has been done.

  • More than dozens of scientific papers and research on international and regional affairs, foreign policy, diplomacy, legal and political issue, and also political thoughts of Islam.
  • Eight title books have been published in various mentioned fields, some of which are used as textbooks and used by students and scholars both in national and foreign universities.
  • The book of Political Sociology of Afghanistan, three times has been published so far
  • Book of Afghanistan and Globalization (textbook of the university) selected in the Scientific Festival of Mahmoud Tarzi held by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Afghanistan in 2011
  • Political Islam Discourse and Globalization in Post-Taliban Afghanistan (Selected by Balkh Book Festival in Iran, 2013)
  • Diplomacy and political behavior in Islam (taught in universities of Iran and Afghanistan and used by professors and students)
  • The Foundations theory of Political parties in Islam (Selected by Book Festival of Religious Studies in Iran and ranked as a first academic place honoring with superior academic award 2005)
  • Parliament, Legislation, Supervision and Delegation twice published yet.
  • Deepening methods of political vision in religious sources
  • Afghanistan’s Foreign Policy from Amir Dost Mohammad Khan to the Modernization (present era). This book ready for publication and prepared as a textbook of the university.
  • The jurisprudential foundations political parties in the political thought of Islam (this book deals with the consideration of modern and new issues of politics, government, party, democracy, and elections from the point of view of Islamic thought.)
  • With regard to scientific activities, the author’s succeeded in obtaining the honorary medal from President Karzai. In addition, it is worth to mention his effective presence in the international scientific conferences.
  • Participating in international scientific conferences and presenting scientific papers on political, legal, international and regional issues, is another academic activity. Attending more than five scientific conferences by presenting scientific papers, attending tense of international and national conferences for delivering scientific lectures, attending in critique of books and reviewing the scientific work of experts and authors.

The ten years of Khatam al Nabieen private university presidency was a valuable opportunity for the author to be familiar with the latest experiences and management skills in the field of higher education. Currently, Khatam Al-Nabieen University has more than 5,000 students in eleven fields of study, in two different level of undergraduate and postgraduate degrees.

This university ranked as second, after the American University, among the various universities of Afghanistan in the first scientific quality evaluation program carried out by the Ministry of higher Education. In fact, it has got the first place among Afghan universities. Yet, this scientific center has graduated more than 500 students from bachelor degree and about 100 students from master degree in the fields of criminal law, criminology, international law, international relations, political science, economics and management, computer science, engineering, medical technology, and Quranic knowledge.

Higher Education Activities

  • Leadership and administration of Khatam al-Nabieen private university for ten years, since the establishment up to date
  • Preparing and setting the curriculum and course tittles accordance with regional and international standard
  • Participate in the sessions for arranging and reforming the Islamic Course tittles at the Ministry of Higher Education.
  • Participation in various scientific and advisory programs of the Ministry of Higher Education.
  • Preparation and adjustment of plan for renovation and modernization of the MOH, in accordance with the current situation and the needs of Afghanistan.
  • Teaching political sociology courses, diplomacy, international relations, research methodology, politics and government, Islam and democracy, foreign policy in both theoretical and comparative fields.
  • Prepare books and resources for political science and international relations.
  • Holding a Seminar on “Study of the Opportunities and Challenges of Higher Education in Afghanistan”.

 

  1. Mohammad Wahid Binish

Administrative position: Leader of mastership boards of the University

Academic Rank: Senior Lecturer and Faculty Member of the Political Science

Ph.D. from the University of Tehran in political science in 2005 – Ph.D. title ” Incompatibility of Traditional and New Political Thoughts Components in Contemporary Afghanistan ” – Master in political science from Tehran University in 1997

Activities and work experiences:

  • Acted as adviser for the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) in Tehran, 2000-1999
  • Advisor of the Educational and Scientific Committee to the United Nations High Commission for Refugees in Tehran, 2000-1999
  • Selected as representative of Afghan Refugees of Iran in the Constitutional Loya Jirga; 2003
  • Head of the Center for Strategic Studies of Afghanistan; 2004 …
  • Member of the Islamic Association of Afghanistan’s Academicians in Iran

 

Scientific works:

    1. Books:
  • Afghan Shias in one last past decade; 2013
  • Contemporary Afghanistan and the Challenges of Political System; 2009
  • The Taliban fast movement; 2001

B) Articles:

  • Taliban, views and actions
  • Islam and democracy
  • Fundamentals of unity in the constitution of Afghanistan
  • Political participation
  • Constitutional Movement in Afghanistan
  • Election, Political Participation and Legitimacy
  1. Seyed Mohammad Javad Mohaddesi

Academic Rank: Associate professor and Faculty Member of Political Science

Master of International Relations from Tehran University and Bachelor of Islamic and Political Sciences from Al-Mustafa University in 2011 and 2009

Scientific works:

  1. Books

Afghan-Pakistan political conflicts and growth of Taliban.

 

B- Articles

  • Political and economic differences between Afghanistan and Pakistan and the emergence and growth of the Taliban;
  • The role of elites in the political and social transformation of Afghanistan (2001-2009);
  • Invasion of Soviet Forces into Afghanistan and the emergence Al Qaeda;
  • Terrorism Strategy: State Security and Individual Security;
  • Reviewing the Globalization of Democracy and its Influence on International Security;
  • Examining the functional role of the media in national and public affairs;
  • Sectarian extremism in Pakistan with a national-regional approach;
  • Structural weakness of state-nation-building in Afghanistan;
  • The consequence of NATO presence in Afghanistan, retention of security or expansion of insecurity and terrorism;
  • Challenges for NATO in retaining security in Afghanistan;
  • Theoretical framework, structuralism and post-structuralism framework;
  • Investigate the role of media in creating national convergence and sustainable security;
  • New changes in the Middle East; Internal structural challenges and security processes;
  • The role of elites in the process of forming parliament and governance in Afghanistan;
  • Several descriptive-analytical articles.

  Mohammad Zaki Karimi

Administrative position: former head of the Faculty of Science

Academic Rank: Senior Lecturer and Member of the Faculty of Political Science

Master and Bachelor of Political Science from Bagher Al-ulum University in 2010 and 2007

Scientific works:

  • Instability and political corruption in Afghanistan; Quarterly Pouyesh; 2015

Work experiences and activities:

  • Member of the Political Studies Association
  • Team leader of a working group for holding the first presidential election in Iran

 

    1. Introduction of the Faculty of Political Science

Faculty of Political Science

The Faculty of Political Science of Khatam Al-Nabieen University was established in 2009. Nowadays, about 250 male and female students are studying undergraduate courses in two different shifts day and night.

The main goals of the faculty:

  • To familiarize the students with political science subjects in different fields;
  • To train individuals with a scientific ability that can analyze the social and political issues of Afghanistan and the world and can be effective in the country’s executive agencies;
  • To provide professional human resource to the ministries, institutes and public organizations of the country, especially the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Ministry of Interior and other related ministries;
  • To empower the students to understand the academic analysis of global political issues and international relations.

Some basic topics of political science:

The basics and principles of political science, political and social changes in Afghanistan, modernization and political development, political sociology, diplomacy and international relations, foreign policy, global security, the foundations of the East and the international system, political ideas of the West and Islam, new and old social movements …

The graduate’s skills

  • The graduate will have the ability of political analysis on domestic and international political issues;
  • Scientific orientation towards political analysis of the society in order to consolidate national unity and be able to provide national interests;
  • Understand and analyze the views of political thinkers in Afghan political context and product theories accordance with the necessities of Afghan society.

Job Opportunities:

  • Absorption in the government body and ministries of the country;
  • practical presence in various fields of domestic and foreign policy and also diplomatic system of the country;
  • Entrance to the political arena including: journalism, political parties, thinker and political analyst …

Faculty of Midwifery

Head of faculty: Roghiah Askari

Administrative position: Caretaker of midwifery faculty

Educational background: Bachelor of Midwifery from Tehran University of Medical Sciences (2004 – 2010)

Scientific activities:

  • Head of the faculty at the University of Khatam al-Nabieen (pbuh) (from 2015 up to date)
  • Teaching lessons: Prenatal (normal pregnancy), patient history and physical examinations, pregnancy and delivery 1 (monitoring high risk pregnancy), pregnancy and delivery 2 (complicated delivery) and pregnancy and childbirth 3 (postpartum care) at the undergraduate level Department of Midwifery at Khatam Al-Nibieen University (from 2013 up to present).
  • Effective activities in the preparation and reform of curriculum (Reviewing and Curriculum Committee for the content of midwifery major at the Ministry of Higher Education of Afghanistan).
  • Teaching Lessons: risky pregnancy care, midwife monitoring from complicated delivery at Kabul Medical University.

Scientific works:

  • Care for pregnant women during pregnancy (Soroush Mellat Newspaper, Summer 2009)
  • Nutrition of pregnant women during pregnancy (Soroush Mellat Newspaper, Winter 2010)
  • Hematology disorders in pregnancy (Khatam al-Nabieen Journal, 2015)

Consultation and guidance:

  • Education counseling and guidance
  • Advice and guidance on the choice of credit
  • Family counseling and guidance
  • Advice and guidance on occupational activity

 Introduction of the Faculty

Introduction: Usually, women in different ages are dependent to another skilled woman so as to accompany them during childbirth. In fact, this can be skilled midwives who can be considered as a professional helper to care and advise them in different stages.

Definition of midwife: A person who have completed the postgraduate or undergraduate degree education level in accordance with educational regulations and has obtained a formal license.

Purpose: The birth of a baby is the greatest miracle of creation, the most magnificent and most critical moment of life and the oldest human experience. Midwifery is one of the oldest jobs because from very long age ago there were some women with some knowledge and experience of herbal remedies, helped their women to make birth easier and safer. Midwifery is the science which is based on observation, training, prevention, research, diagnosis and treatment. Midwives have broad roles including counseling, educational, care, support, therapeutic and research roles. Midwife counsel before, during and after marriage, such as family planning, care during pregnancy, normal delivery, maternal and child health care, and adolescent education in the field of maternity and postnatal health. The duties of the midwife begin from pre-pregnancy and continue until after the birth and four years after the child’s birth.

During Bachelor’s degree at Khatam Al-Nibieen University: In order to improve the health status of women, especially pregnant women and care for our mothers in our beloved country, Khatam al-Nibieen University, also established a Bachelor’s degree faculty in 2012. Currently, there are 670 students studying at this stage. The students in this field have a lot of love, passion and patience. A midwife should be a very smart and trained one, because there many small issues that shows itself during pregnancy and delivery but the lack of attention to them causes irreparable problems for the mother or the child. The Kabul University of Khatam Al-Nibieen (PBUH) has begun since 2012, and has provided 56 students to the health community of the country. The midwifery faculty, with the help of experienced teachers and credible references and the important concept of education, has attracted the attention of many young people who are wishing to serve the health community of the country. The faculty will seriously pursue training programs.

  • Send students to the neighboring countries (Iran, India) during the period of internship.
  • Send students to the hospitals during the course of internship
  • Implementing curriculum accordance with creditable references

Midwifery Skill: The Khatam Al-Nabieen Midwifery faculty trains midwives in order to provide the following services which is also considered as important midwifery skills:

  1. Getting history and doing physical examinations with Leopold maneuvers (hearing a fetal heartbeat and determining the gestational age)
  2. Counseling and training how to confront the problems and illnesses of pregnancy, including physical and emotional disorders of the mother and embryonic genetic disorders.
  3. Prescription of authorized medicines
  4. deciding and accepting orders and forming a case according to the relevant form in the hospitals
  5. Applying Para-clinical Methods (Ultrasound, Radiology, NST, Laboratory Examination)
  6. Completion of maternal and infant cases. The issuance of a birth certificate and the transfer of mother to the control unit
  7. Consultation and training on the use of different methods of contraception with couples
  1. Teaching and counseling about teenage maturity and its issues
  1. Pre and post-marriage counseling and preparation for pregnancy
  1. Training on vaccination of mother, infant and child under the age of six
  1. Coaching about any child development problems
  1. Counseling and education on sexually transmitted diseases, AIDS, hepatitis, cancer and infertility of couples
  1. Use of the IUD and removing it
  1. Plan, monitor and train other health team personnel if needed
  1. Perform research and participate in national research projects

Midwives’ job opportunities (after graduation, they can work in the following areas):

  1. As director at various hospitals wards
  2. Work in clinics
  3. Work in hospitals
  4. Work in the Ministry of Public Health as an expert
  5. Work as Family Planning Advisor
  6. Provide midwifery services at homes
  7. Teaching and counseling about teenage maturity and its issues at schools
  8. Education and counseling on maintaining the health and problems of menopause disorders

Faculty of Economics

Ali Shah Hasani

 Educational background:

  • Master of Public Administration from Imam Khomeini Institute of higher Education and Research, Iran 2008-2011
  • Bachelor of Management from Imam Khomeini Institute of higher Education and Research, Iran, 2002 -2006

Scientific and executive activities:

  • Professor and Faculty member of Economics and Management of Khatam al-Nabieen University from autumn to spring of 2012;
  • Head of Planning and Quality Improvement of the University since 2011,
  • Head of the Faculty of Economics and Management of the University since September 2013,
  • Teaching different management courses at master’s and undergraduate level at Khatam al-Nabieen, Kitab, Al-Mustafa, Gharjistan and other universities;

Scientific works:

  1. Master’s thesis
  • Anti-Corruption Strategies Based on Islamic Values / Master’s Thesis Management with guidance from Dr. Abdolhamid Shams;
  • Criticism and review of Allama Iqbal Laḥuri’s idea on divine revelation and religious experience / The Thesis of Islamic Philosophy with the guidance of Dr. Hadi Sadeghi
  1. Published scientific articles:
  • Affecting Factors on Development of Group Learning / Marifat Journal No. 136;
  • Anti-corruption strategies based on Islamic values / Islamic and management research;
  • The Effect of Information Technology on Human Resources Management / Poyesh Quarterly Journal 1;
  • Social and cultural barriers of administrative reform in Afghanistan / Poyesh Quarterly Journal 2;
  • Phenomenology of Corruption in Afghanistan and ways to fight it / Poyesh Quarterly Journal 9 and 10.

c) advice and guidance

  • Advised over 10 titles of Master’s thesis for management courses;
  • Guided over 30 titles of monograph for economics and management courses.

2. Faculty member of Economics and Management:

The Summary of the permanent scientific members of the Faculty of Economics and Management are as below:

  1. Ali Shah Hassani: Master of Public Administration from Imam Khomeini Institute of higher Education and Research, Iran 2008 – 2011, and Bachelor of Management from Imam Khomeini Institute of higher Education and Research, Iran, 2002- 2007.
  2. Reza Hossein Zadeh: Master of Mathematics from Punjab University of India, 2010 – 2012, and Bachelor of practical Mathematics from Ferdowsi University of Mashhad, Iran 1999 – 2003 and Diploma in Mathematics and Physics from Shahid Meraj Mash-had, High School, 1993-1997.
  3. Mohammad Rahmani: Master and Bachelor of Economics from Imam Khomeini Institute of Higher Education and Research in 2012 and 2010
  4. Fatemeh Ebrahimi: Master of Economic Sciences from Allameh Tabataba’i University in 2009 – The title of thesis “Regional Economic Development and Cooperation” – Bachelor of Economic Theory of Mofid University in 2007

The Scientific Biography of Faculty of Economics and Management members are as following:

    1. Reza Hossein Zadeh

Administrative position: Head of Mathematics Department

Educational background:

  • Masters of Mathematics from Punjab University – India 2008-2008
  • Bachelor of Practical Mathematics from Ferdowsi University of Mashhad, Iran 1999 – 2003
  • Diploma in Mathematics and Physics from Mashhad’s High School 1993-1997

Scientific and executive activities:

  • Professor and faculty member of the Faculty of Economics and Management since 2010 up to date
  • Teacher of Self-directed Schools in Mashhad, Iran 1999 – 2003
  • Cooperating with the Cultural Department of the French Embassy to promote the academic level of teachers 2004-2005
  • Professor and Head of the Department of Mathematics, Bamiyan University 2004-2005
  • Head of Department of Mathematics, Ministry of Education Science and Technology Center, 2005 – 2009
  • Responsible for the Financial Committee of Afghan Collegian Union Mashhad, 2002-2002

Published Research and Scientific Papers

  • teaching print work in Scientific and Educational Journal (Erfan) of the Ministry of Education –2006
  • Divisibility of numbers, published in Scientific and Educational Journal (Erfan) of the Ministry of Education –2007
  • New techniques for multiplying and dividing polynomials published in the Ministry of Education’s Scientific and Educational Journal 2007

Pamphlets:

  • Basic Mathematics of Economics and Management
  • Statistics 1 Economics and Management

 

2- Mohammad Rahmani

Administrative position: Head of Economics Department

Academic Rank: Associate Professor and Faculty Member Economics and Management school

Master and Bachelor of Economics from Imam Khomeini Institute of higher Education and Research in 2012 and 2010

The main educational background and scientific work:

  1. Research and Studies:
  • The business is the axis of economy for Ghazni Inhabitants
  • The Economic Analysis of squander Phenomenon
  • Afghanistan and economic opportunities of the region
  • Economic development with emphasis on Afghanistan

Economic justice

  • Examining the basics and indicators of foreign trade as knowledge-based
  • The pattern of economic development and progress in Afghanistan
  • Media and Consuming pattern
  • Examining squander criteria and Consuming pattern
  • The role of entrepreneurship in economic development
  • Examining Good Governance Indicators in Afghanistan

Conducting research projects:

  • Esndowment Economic Functional Plan
  • Index for customer reverence
  • Development of Indicators for foreign Islamic Trade
  • Examining Islamic Banking Law in Afghanistan

C) Executive responsibility for the following administrative posts:

  • Head of Department of Economics and Management (Ghazni)
  • Head of the Department of Economics
  • Member of Research council
  • Special secretary of the Scientific Journal which is merely for Economics and Management topics

D) teaching history

Over the past five years, almost he has taught all of the economics subject for more than several courses. In addition, as a consultant professor he provided professional advices and guidance to the several graduates of the master’s thesis, and as well performed necessary guidance and assessment to the monographs of many undergraduate students.

 

  1. Fatemeh Ebrahimi

Administrative position: former head of the Faculty of Economics and Management school

Academic Rank: Associate professor and Faculty Member of Economics and Management school

Master of Economic Sciences from Allameh Tabataba’i University in 2009 – The title of thesis “Regional Economic Development and Cooperation” – and Bachelor of Economic Theory from Mofid University of Iran in 2007

Scientific works:

  • Game theory in economics
  • Keynesian economics and the importance of government in it
  • Myths of development
  • Economics and elections
  • Globalization or regionalism

3- Brief introduction of Faculty of Economics and Management

Faculty of Economics and Management is the third school established at Khatam Al-Nibieen University (S), with the aim of teaching Economics and Management in 2010. Now, the faculty has five faculty members in Kabul and four faculty members in Ghazni Branch, with a total of 249 undergraduate students at the center and alike at Ghazni Branch. Whereas, about 30 percent of the students are female. This faculty has successfully delivered four course graduates in economics and one course graduate in business management to the country. The faculty has a clear vision for more expansion and development with its current Economics and Management faculty at of Khatam al-Nubieen University; it can be claimed that in the beginning of the fourteen century of lunar year, this faculty is a pioneer school among all economic faculties and Universities of higher education throughout Afghanistan with high education quality, standard indicators, more distinctive research activities and graduates with distinct academic and skills in the fields of economics and management. “

The mission of the Faculty of Management and Economics of Khatam Al-Nubieen University is to provide quality human force for economic and executive management of the country, and carry out research and applied projects through attracting and educating elite interested students in management and economics.

To achieve the aforementioned vision and mission, we prioritize the values such as learning and innovation, teamwork, ethics, leadership and strategic partnership with the beneficiaries. Thus, the faculty is currently drafting its five-year strategic plan in this direction.

Department of Economics

The Economic Department is one of the departments of faculty of Economics and Management, that Mr. Mohammad Rahmani is responsible for it as a head of that department. This department pursues the following objectives as its fundamental and existential goals:

  • Leading and pursuing economic research and development towards Afghanistan’s economic growth and development

  • Preparing and training of students and economic experts in the fields of economics and planning of the country

  • Training specialist human resource required by organizations and executive agencies in economic matters

  • Advancement of economics boundaries in terms of theoretical and practical aspects through reviewing and updating curriculum and implementing standard educational contents.

Faculty of Social Sciences

Mission of the Faculty of Social Sciences:

The main mission of this faculty is to contribute to promotion of scientific level through providing academic environment, educational facilities and researches in the field of Quranic knowledge.

 Prospect of Social Sciences faculty:

Acquiring distinctive position in training of dedicated human forces and the production of knowledge in the field of Quranic teaching.

  1. Department of Faculty of Social Sciences

Seyyed Mohammad Dawood Alawi

Administrative position: Head of the Faculty of Social Sciences

Academic Rank: Researcher and Academic member of the Social Science faculty

Education: PhD student in Western philosophy at the University of Isfahan – title of thesis “The Nature of Science from viewpoints of Hershel and Mulla-Sadra” and Master of Philosophy and Islamic Theology

Scientific works:

 Articles:

  • Nature or definition of science from viewpoint of Khajeh Naseer al-Din Tusi and Fakhr Razi – 2009
  • Principles of approximation between religions – 2007
  • Prophet’s approach to the opposition – 2007
  • Revelation and religious experience – 2005
  1. Faculty member of Social Science school

Brief introduction to the Faculty member of Social Science school

  1. Seyyed Mohammad Dawud Alavi: PhD student in Western philosophy at the University of Isfahan – title of thesis “The Nature of Science from viewpoints of Hershel and Mulla-Sadra” – Master of Philosophy and Islamic Theology
  1. Ramezan Ali Rahimi: Student of Ph.D. and Master of Philosophy from Imam Khomeini Institute of Higher Education and Research in 2009
  1. Alireza Akhlaghi: Ph.D student in Western philosophy at Isfahan University since 2012, Master degree from the University of Tehran in Philosophy, title of thesis – “Time in theory of Augustine” and Bachelor of Philosophy from Mofid University.
  1. Mohammad Ali Akhlaghi: Master of Sociology from Imam Khomeini Institute of Higher Education and Research in 2002 and Bachelor of Islamic Studies in 1996

PhD student in Western philosophy at the University of Isfahan – title of thesis “The Nature of Science from viewpoints of Hershel and Mulla-Sadra” and Master of Philosophy and Islamic Theology

  1. Sayyed Aminullah Razmjoo: Master and Bachelor of Islamic Philosophy and Theology from the University of Bagher al-ulum and Ferdowsi in 2008 and 2000
  1. Gholamreza Javidi: Ph.D Student in Comparative History at Turkish University of Du-qooz since 2012, and Master of Islamic History from Ahlul Bait University in 2010

 

  1. Scientific biography of the Faculty member includes:
  1. Ramezan Ali Rahimi

Administrative position: Head of General Department

Academic Rank: Academic member of the Social Science faculty

Student of Ph.D. and Master of Philosophy from Imam Khomeini Institute of Higher Education and Research in 2009

Scientific works:

  • Foundations of legitimacy in the future government, 2002
  • Theoretical basis of constitution Islam and the West, 2003
  • Review and critique of the origin of law in social contract theory; 2008
  • Human and the Right to determine their Destiny; 2007

 Alireza Akhlaqi

Academic Rank: Academic member of the Social Science faculty

Ph.D student in Western philosophy at Isfahan University since 2012, Master degree from the University of Tehran in Philosophy, title of thesis “Time in theory of Augustine” and Bachelor of Philosophy from Mofid University of Iran.

Scientific works:

  • Social corruption
  • Hermeneutics from viewpoint of Ricoeur
  • What is philosophy?

Translations:

  • Philosophy of Ethics, Harry G. Gnssler
  • The method of ijtihad, Allameh Fazlollah
  • Biography of religious leaders, Allameh Fazlollah
  • Islam and nationalism, Asefi

Management: Former Vice Principal of the Faculty of Social Sciences and Scientific Research of Khatam Al-Nibieen University (pbuh)

  1. Mohammad Ali Akhlaghi

Academic Rank: Researcher and Academic member of the Social Science faculty

Master in Sociology from Imam Khomeini Institute of Higher Education and Research in 2002 and Bachelor of Islamic Studies in 1996

Scientific works:

  • Book: “ Review of Shia clerical organization formation”; 2004
  • Collaborating in writing book: “The process of constitution formation”; 2005
  • Examination the status of the disabled in the family and community
  • Afghanistan and Globalization
  • The Role of Intellectual Forces in Afghanistan
  • The future political system

 Experiences and activities:

  • The elected representative of the people of Ghazni province in the Wolesi Jirga
  • Head of Department of Sociology, Kabul University of Educational Sciences, 2006-2010
  1. Seyed Aminollah Razmjoo

Academic Rank: Associate professor and Academic member of the Social Science faculty.

Master and Bachelor of Islamic Philosophy and theology from Bagher Alum and Ferdowsi University in 2008 and 2000

Scientific works:

Experiences and activities:

  • Former General Department
  1. Gholam Reza Javidi

Academic Rank: Associate professor and faculty member of the Social Science school

Ph.D Student in Comparative History at Turkish University of Du-qooz since 2012 and Master of Islamic History from Ahlul Bait University in 2010

Scientific works:

  • History of the nomads (Kuchis) arrival of in the central regions of Afghanistan; 2008
  • A look at the historical geography of Bamiyan; published at the Bamiyan Conference
  • Armenian massacre, reality or lies, 2006

Faculty of Medical Technology

Mission of the Faculty of Medical Technology:

Training of the committed and expert human forces, provision of laboratory services tailored to national needs and global standards and the development of medical science studies in the country.

Prospect of the Faculty of Medical Technology:

The Faculty of Medical Technology intends to be the pioneer in field of medical technology through training of dedicated and specialist human forces and providing advanced laboratory services and scientific researches in accordance with needs and priorities of the community.

  1. Head of the Faculty

Gullalah Noorzai

Administrative position: Head of the Faculty of Medical Technology

Academic Rank: Associate Professor and Academic Member of the Faculty of Medicine

Anatomical Master from Tehran University of Medical Sciences

2. Academic Board:

The honors of the Faculty of Medical Technology of Khatam Al-Nibieen University are the presence of qualified professors with a minimum of master degrees and PH.D in parasitology, anatomy, chemical and medical physiology, blood bank and so on…. while each subject is taught by their related specialist professors.

Faculty members include:

  1. Dr. Seyyed Yousef Mousavi: Ph.D of Medical Physiology from Tarbiat Modarres University, Iran
  2. Golaleh Nurzahi: Anatomical Master of Tehran University of Medical Sciences, Iran
  3. Seyyed Hossein Mousavi: student of Ph.D from Parasitology University of Tarbiat Modarres, Iran
  4. Meysam Sajjadi: Master of clinical biochemistry from Tarbiat Modarres University, Iran
  5. Momena Mohammadi: Master of Hematology and blood bank of Tarbiat Modarres University, Iran
  6. Khan Mohammad Tavassoli: Master of organic chemistry from Imam Khomeini International University, Iran

 Introduction to Medical Laboratory Sciences

Medical Laboratory science is a branch of medical science that works in conjunction with analyzing the blood, fluid, and human body for diagnosis of illness treatment and maintaining the health of the individual.

History:

Historically, this major was taught under the name of medical science at different universities of the world; in 19776, it was renamed with Medical Laboratory Sciences (MLS) and since then it is known by this name. The course of study in this field is 4 years and thereafter the bachelor of medical technology or laboratory science degree is awarded to the graduate student. Khatam Al-Nabieen University is the first university that launched this major in the bachelor’s degree level. Currently, the number of people with a Bachelor of Technology in Medicine is very few in Kabul and also in Afghanistan. Those who graduate from this field will professionally learn medical laboratory science and must be able to perform all routine diagnostic tests of laboratories with the least error.

  1. Introduction of the Faculty of Medical Technology

This faculty was launched at Khatam Al-Nibieen University in 2011. Every year, the faculty of Medical Laboratory Sciences is trying to increase the quality of education both in theoretical and practical aspects. Therefore, there have been many advances both in the field of recruiting specialist faculty members and as well as in the preparation of the required equipment, as named below:

Equipment:

Faculty of Medical Technology of Khatam Al-Nabieen University has the most equipped laboratories in Afghanistan. The active laboratories of this college are as below:

  • Laboratory chemistry
  • Laboratory of Biology
  • Laboratory of Biochemistry and Hormonology
  • Hematology and Immunology Laboratory
  • Laboratory of bacteriology
  • Laboratory of parasitology
  • Laboratory of Holography
  • Laboratory of Pathology

Faculty of Medical Science

Mission of the Faculty of Medical science:

Training of committed and expert manpower, paving the ground for practical and fundamental academic researches, and provision of health services in accordance with global standards in order to contribute to the health of the community and the health needs of the country.

Faculty of medical science outlook:

The Faculty of Medical science intends to be the pioneer in promotion of a healthy community through training effective human forces, providing standard health services and practical researches.

  1. Head of Faculty of Medical science

Ali Ahmad Makarim

Academic Rank: Researcher and Academic Member of the Faculty of Medical Science

Education: Master in medical science from Ferdowsi University in 2009

  1. The Academic member of faculty of medical science

Brief introduction to the Academic Members of the Faculty of Medical sciences:

  1. Ali Ahmad Makaram: Master of medical science from Ferdowsi University of Iran in, 2009

 

  1. Seyyed Yousef Mousavi: Ph.D in Physiology from Tarbiat Modarres University of Iran

 

  1. Nematullah Rezaee: Specialty and Bachelor from Kabul University

 

  1. Mohammad Jafari: Master and Bachelor of Health from Yazd and Qom University of Medical Sciences in 2012 and 2010

 

  1. Momena Mohammadi: Master in hematology and blood bank at Tarbiat Modarres University in 2012 and Bachelor in Animal Biology in 2009 from Zabul University.

 

  1. Jafarali Moradi: Master in medical science from Yazd University of Medical Sciences in 2012

 

  1. Mosa Bashir: Master in health education from Tehran University of Medical Sciences in 2009

 

 

 

  1. Scientific biography of academic members of the Faculty Medical science:

 

  1. Seyyed Yousef Mousavi

Administrative position: Caretaker of Lecturing Academic Deputy Office

Academic Rank: Associate professor and Academic Member of the Faculty of Medical science

Ph.D in Physiology from Tarbiat Modarres University, Iran.

Scientific works:

2. Nematollah Rezaei

Administrative position: Head of Department of general medicine  

Academic Rank: Associate professor and Academic Member of the Faculty of Medical science

Specialty and Bachelor from Kabul University

Scientific works:

Activities and experiences:

3. Mohammad Jafari

Academic Rank: Associate professor and Academic Member of the Faculty of Medical science

Master and Bachelor of Health from Yazd and Qom University of Medical Sciences in 2012 and 2010

Scientific works:

  • Examination of the noise effects among workers
  • Examination of the nanoparticle cytotoxicity

 3. Momena Mohammadi

Administrative position: Associate professor and Academic member of the faculty of medical science

Momena Mohammadi: Master in hematology and blood bank from Tarbiat Modarres University in 2012 and Bachelor in Animal Biology in 2009 from Zabul University.

Scientific works:

 4. Jafarali Moradi

Administrative position: Head of Department of Anatomy

Academic Rank: Associate professor and Academic Member of the Faculty of Medical science

Master in medical science from Yazd University of Medical Sciences in 2012

Scientific works:

 5. Mosa Bashir

Administrative position: Head of Public Health Department

Academic Rank: Associate professor and Academic Member of the Faculty of Medical science

Master in health education from Tehran University of Medical Sciences in 2009

Scientific works:

Faculty of Engineering

  1. Department of Engineering Faculty

Nematollah Lalandari

Scientific Rank: Associate professor and Head of engineering faculty

Education: Master and bachelor from Polytechnic University of Kabul, 2011

Activities:

  • Teaching scientific subjects in pre-university Educational Centers
  • Teaching at Polytechnic University
  • Technical and professional engineering consultant in construction companies
  1. Academic members of engineering faculty
  1. Brief introduction to the faculty members of engineering are as following:
  1. Nematollah Lalandari: Master and Bachelor’s degree in civil and industrial buildings from Kabul Polytechnic in 2011
  2. Reza Jalili: Master and Bachelor degree of civil Engineering from Russia in 2010 and 2002
  3. Mohammad Mahdi Javid: Ph.D and Master degree in engineering from Russian University in 1395

 

  1. Scientific Biography of the faculty members of engineering as bellow:
  1. Reza Jalili:
    • Master and Bachelor of Engineering in Civil Engineering from Russia in 2010 and 2002
    • Academic Rank: Associate Professor and Academic Member of the Faculty of Engineering
  1. Mohammad Mehdi Javid:
    • Ph.D. and Master degree in Engineering from Russia in 1395
    • Academic Rank: Associate Professor and Academic Member of the Faculty of Engineering

Scientific works:

    • Different quantitative and qualitative methods of stripping
    • Preventing measures against destructive earthquakes
    • Stripping assessment from economic viewpoints
    • Proper use of the environment

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