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Sustainability is a strategic priority at Al-Taqwa Institute of Higher Education reflected in everything we perform – from training our students on the fundamentals of sustainability conducting cutting-edge research and ensuring that our campus operations are delivered in a sustainable and future-friendly manner. We work with national and international sustainability partners to integrate sustainability into our teaching, research, and operations while raising public awareness about the significance of sustainability across our public engagement initiatives.


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Workshop on Bloom's Taxonomy Delivers for the Faculty

Workshop on Bloom's Taxonomy Delivers for the Faculty The workshop on Bloom's Taxonomy was conducted in collaboration with the Professional Development Center at Al-Taqwa Institute of Higher Education with the objective of enhancing the teaching and learning methodologies of lecturers from the Faculties of Law and Political Science/Economics on Nov 22, 2023. The workshop commenced with a recitation of verses from the Holy Quran. Following the recitation, Dr. Abdul Hameed Seerat addressed the seminar participants, highlighting the importance of continuous professional development for graduate students, administrative staff, and faculty. He emphasized the need for similar workshops and seminars in the future to enhance their working skills and knowledge. Furthermore, Mr. Fawad Aryan, a lecturer at Al-Taqwa Institute of Higher Education, presented the workshop on Bloom's Taxonomy to the participants. He provided a comprehensive overview of Bloom's Taxonomy, explaining its relevance and practical application in the fields of Law and Political Science/Economics. The participants were introduced to the six levels of cognitive learning: Remembering, Understanding, Applying, Analyzing, Evaluating, and Creating. They were encouraged to analyze and assess their existing course objectives and assessments, aligning them with the appropriate levels of Bloom's Taxonomy. This exercise allowed them to identify areas for improvement and make necessary adjustments to ensure their teaching practices aligned with higher-order thinking skills. Mr. Aryan shared practical strategies for integrating Bloom's Taxonomy into teaching methodologies. He emphasized the importance of scaffolding, effective questioning techniques, and the use of authentic assessments to promote critical thinking among students.   The workshop's success demonstrates the commitment of Al-Taqwa Institute of Higher Education to providing quality education and professional development opportunities for its faculty members. The knowledge and skills gained from the workshop will undoubtedly contribute to improved teaching practices and enhanced student learning outcomes. Overall, the workshop on Bloom's Taxonomy provided a valuable opportunity for lecturers to enhance their pedagogical practices, paving the way for improved student learning experiences and outcomes in the Faculties of Law and Political Science/Economics.

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Study-tour to Maihan Steel Mill - Kabul

Steel production is one of the most significant industries of a country. Most of today’s advanced nations have had speedy economic growth after they have established the steel industry. This has been the case with both South Korea and Taiwan. The establishment of such important industry in Afghanistan is challenging on one hand and promising on the other. On Wednesday, November 15, 2023, the Department of Business Administration (BBA) arranged an academic tour to Maihan Steel Mill, one of the first steel manufacturers in the country, so that the students of business and economics could see the methods of managing steel companies and comprehend the important role of steel industry in the economic development of the country. After the students toured the production chain and other facilities of the factory, the leadership of Maihan Steel Mill, sat with them for the lunch. They explained the importance of steel industry for Afghanistan’s rebuilding efforts and encouraged the students to pursue their education with interest and enthusiasm. “Since the country is moving towards development and there is need for a young and bright cadre to lead the rebuilding efforts,” said Dr. Sayed Abdul Moiz, Al-Taqwa University’s Dean for the Faculty of Economics.At the end of the tour, Dr. Abdul Moiz thanked Maihan Steel’s external relations representative (Mr. Hamid Fazly) for the hospitality and his sincere cooperation in facilitation of the visit.   Towards a Promising Future…     

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