Al-Hamd Islamic University is a chartered by the Provincial Assembly of Government of Balochistan under Act II of 2005. It is also recognized by the Higher Education Commission (HEC) and is the first private sector Islamic University of Pakistan.
In 1998 the concept of establishment of a university with Sharya, Law, Agriculture, Engineering and Medical faculties in Kapisa Province was approved to as an institution of Higher Education Ministry. On 2000 it started its activity with one Faculty (Shariya) and in the year 2002 during its registration, it had 5 faculties. The faculty of education in the year 2003 and faculty of literature in the year 2004 were registered. Totally this university has 6 faculties with 1643 of 1581 are male students and other 62 female students and 61 professors. (2008)
Khost University (Pashto: Ø¯ Ø®ÙˆØ³Øª Ù¾ÙˆÙ‡Ù†ØªÙˆÙ†) (nickname: Shaikh Zayed University) is located in the border town of Khost in eastern Afghanistan. It was established in the year 2000. It was shifted from its previous temporary location in Peshawar, Pakistan, where it was named "Afghan University Peshawar" by special order of President Hamid Karzai. Continue Reading
Balkh University (Persian: Ø¯Ø§Ù†Ø´Ú¯Ø§Ù‡ Ø¨Ù„Ø®) is located in Mazari Sharif, capital of Balkh province, in northern Afghanistan. Established in 1986, the university in 2008 had about 5500 students and is the third largest in Afghanistan after Kabul University and Nangarhar University. Faculties include medicine, engineering, economics, journalism, literature, law and science. Continue Reading