Private university sells its library due to financial issues

Afghanistan University has announced it will sell its library due to financial issues which led to the suspension of the private educational institution in the capital city of Kabul, writes Nizamuddin Rezahi for Khaama Press.

The library accommodates nearly 3,000 books on different principles including political sciences, international relations, law, religious education, economics, security and social sciences. The library includes bookshelves, a computer lab, equipped with e-books, and electronic search systems which facilitate issuing and returning books effectively.

Many students of Afghanistan University have described the decision of the university management as extremely disappointing and unfair because it adversely affects the future of hundreds of students who are still studying for their respective degrees at this educational institution.
Full report on the Khaama Press site