Afghanistan’s demographics have changed in significant ways over the past decade. Rather than being mired in a perpetual feudal twilight, Afghanistan is actually becoming a modern country. The statistical evidence of change, gathered from sources including data from the U.S. Agency for International Development, is overwhelming.
Afghanistan has rebuilt an education system that had nearly stopped functioning. In 2002, only 900,000 students were in primary school, nearly all boys. Today, 8 million students are in school, more than a third of them girls. University enrolment jumped from 8,000 in 2001 to 77,000 in 2011, and about 20 percent of these higher-education students are women. Literacy is currently about 35 percent, but it’s expected to grow to 55 percent in 10 years and 80 percent in 20 Years.
Thousands of knowledge thirsty Afghan students are going to other countries to quench their thirst of a huge ocean of knowledge. They are brave, courageous, benevolent, intelligent, having urge to serve their people, need timely and adequate moral and technological support. A pool of students was sent to Aptech India to get them trained on Information Technology. Seeing the tremendous inclination of students to learn IT and their over whelming recognition of Indian IT Industry, Aptech Ltd., an IT giant in the field of IT training, decided to tie up with APTECH AFGHANISTAN a national company to extend their training facilities in Afghanistan complementing India’s common mission of nation building. Aptech has set up its establishment at a centrally located place at Main Road, Shar-e-Naw, Kabul which caters to the need of Software Development Training, Hardware and Networking Training and training on English Language to deliver industry ready professionals who can be part of Afghanistan’s socio-economic growth. A state of the art infrastructure and quality of delivery system has made Aptech as one of the world leaders in the field of IT training. Aptech professes its quality not merely through its courseware but through its practical approach of problem solving attitude where trouble shooting attracts its center point. Why Aptech has become so successful today, is because of its approach towards gender equality. Programs are run in such a way that women folk feel a part of the process of innovation and pragmatic development and feel confident.