Online Examination procedure in Hoze- karbas High school

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Hoze-karbas was the first school which Afghan Citadel team holds their training courses to that school, because of their more interest to learning computer. The student are becomes much familiar with computer knowledge. They are really happy from their teacher and appreciated the Citadel and Film Annex Initiatives in Afghanistan especially for women.

In this week Miss Sadiqa trained Hoze-karbas teachers and students with Examination System which developed from Citadel and Film Annex teams. This system is developed to teachers can take their exams via that and this is a high functionality system that check automatically the students answers and give their marks.


The students are becomes familiarized with the system procedure, the teachers are also trained and learned how to work with that. The school students are going to take their exam via this system in next week and they are much excited to work with that.

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The Houz-e-Karbas High School was founded in 1962 in Afghanistan. The all-girls school has approximately 4000 students, 92 teachers, 5 senior teachers, one education manager, and one administrator. Many classes are taught in tents. Film Annex built the first Internet classroom at the Houz-e-Karbas High School in May, 2012.

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