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The Faculty of Economics held an event where students were congratulated on their participation and received their completion certificates.

Forty-two (42) graduating students from the economics faculty received their certificates issued by Peregrine Global Services on August 17, 2022. The students have gone through an online comprehensive outbound external assessment with Peregrine Global Services.   For nearly 20 years, the Peregrine Global Services team has developed and provided high-quality, comprehensive solutions for higher education, industry, and individuals. It is headquartered in the United States of America and has regional offices including Asia Pacific. The companies created to address challenges and impact the world have merged into one organization, Peregrine Global Services. It develops leaders and provides higher education assessment, educational, and support services. We combine technical ability with expert consulting to provide organizations with the information and resources they need to accomplish their goals. Agile and responsive, we strive to understand your needs to improve individuals and organizations. The world is complex; problems are dynamic. By leveraging our expertise from various backgrounds, cultures, and industries, we offer a diversity of perspectives to address challenges.   Through this platform, we at the economics faculty are committed to regularly onboarding our graduating students to take the outbound exam and they will get this assurance that what they have learned here in AIHE is relevant and comparable to the programs taught in Asia and throughout the world. It will also help the students understand that their knowledge and competencies are very good, especially as compared to the world and Asia. The students will get this confidence that what they learn is of very good quality and they can see that the assessment exam results prove that.   Additionally, the External Exam results will give us another level of proof that we are providing quality education to our students. For example, if we are asked, “ How do you know the quality of the education you are delivering to your students?” In our response, we can share our global assessment exam results which show that our students’ knowledge was tested at the same level as the average of other regions in the world. We at Al-Taqwa Institute of Higher Education are committed to taking further solid steps working towards better recognition and acceptance of educational programs degrees globally. This is one of the innovative initiatives that the economics faculty has taken toward standardization and globalization.

Oct 30,2022

Al-Taqwa Institute of Higher Education Establishes Debate Club!

ATIHE is pleased to announce the establishment of the Debate Club as part of the university’s commitment to enhancing its students’ involvement in co-curricular & extra-curricular activities. Building and having debating skills for the students are pretty much important, most importantly in the classrooms where they can improve their ability to learn basic critical thinking and presentation skills in a way that other forms of skills can’t match up with. Classroom debates can train students and people in general about rational thought, community and cultural understanding, customs and manners, set of thoughts, influencing ability, and the main element of public speaking. Debating skills encourage students and people to mature into more confident and bold people and will assist the students to acquire a political identity or personal identity of their own like a debater. Debate students excel in written and oral communication and greatly improve their reading comprehension most importantly, debaters become self-directed learners and continue to learn throughout their lives. Debate teaches students to recognize how others think which improves their ability to cooperate and resolve conflicts. In addition, through debate debaters acquire unique educational benefits as they learn and polish skills far beyond what can be learned in any other setting. It instills in debaters a great sense of confidence and self-esteem. It teaches them the skills of researching, organizing, and presenting information in a convincing manner. The Debate Club at Al-Taqwa Institute of Higher Education is mainly focusing on introducing students to the United Kingdom (UK) parliamentary debating style and helps them build strong argument skills through which they can gain confidence in public speaking. The Club has selected its president, vice president, and four members from both faculties (Faculty of Economics & Faculty of Law and Political Science) through a clear and transparent election process. The president of the club has already initiated making connections with the other debate clubs and debate organizations to work more on the sessions and train the debaters and keep them updated on the British Parliamentary Debate skills and techniques. The Debate Club holds multiple sessions internally and outside the university. These sessions are to help the debaters to interact with other debaters from outside the university and increase their knowledge and self-confidence which is a key skills in debating. The club has been engaged in taking various debating initiatives both with national and international partners to make the club much stronger and become capable of competing at the national and international platforms. So, we call upon all interested students to reach out and join this fascinating journey where they can enjoy taking part in different debating activities throughout their university life at the Al-Taqwa Institute of Higher Education.

Oct 30,2022

Al-Taqwa Institute of Higher Education Launches SDGs Club!

Al-Taqwa Institute of Higher Education is pleased to announce the launch of the SDGs Club as part of its commitment to the SDGs and promoting the culture of Sustainability in the Al-Taqwa Community and beyond. ATIHE launched the SDGs Club on Wednesday, September 21, 2022, in its main Campus to advance the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) on national and international levels. The Club provides excellent opportunities for Al-Taqwa University students to gain practical leadership skills through planning, designing, and implementing sustainability projects and activities toward achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in Afghanistan. The SDGs club is established to advance Al-Taqwa Institute of Higher Education’s sustainability agenda, focusing on Reducing Poverty (SDG1), Promoting Quality Education (SDG 4), Improving Decent Work and Economic Growth (SDG, and building partnerships for the Goals (SDG 17) at the university level and more. The club works collaboratively with the United Nations Volunteers (UNV) office in Afghanistan, a strategic partner of ATIHE, and some other national and international organizations to integrate the SDGs in the country and beyond. Sustainability is one of our strategic priorities at Al-Taqwa University, reflected in everything we do – from training our students on the fundamentals of sustainability to conducting cutting-edge research and ensuring that our campus operations are delivered in a sustainable and future-friendly manner. So, we call upon all our interested students to reach out and join this fascinating journey where they can enjoy taking part in different SDGs programs and activities throughout their university life at Al-Taqwa Institute of Higher Education.

Oct 30,2022