History of Taj Institute of Higher Educatoin

     Taj Institute of Higher Education was established to serve the young generation by four youths using their family facilities. Based on their tireless efforts, Taj Institute of Higher Education was granted permission from the Ministry of Higher Education on 2010 and began work in Mazar-i-Sharif.
     In the first years of its activities in three faculties of medicine, law, and political science and economics, continued to attract a significant amount of youth and continued education. In 2012, it was significantly improved in quantitative and qualitative terms and facilities for providing better scientific services to the children of the country. This year, a number of skilled and professional professors and young people were employment to the Institute's faculty, which made the Institute more academically active. The quantitative and qualitative growth chart of the Institute shows significant positive changes. During it’s less than three years of operation, the institute built new buildings and served its students in a suitable teaching structure and almost in accordance with the standards of contemporary universities in the best position in the city of Mazar-i-Sharif.
     Lectures, laboratories administrative offices of Taj Institute of Higher Education are one of the best in the country, providing suitable educational backgrounds for the youth of the country. It is a high-level academy with a high level of excellence, with an experienced, animated, active and disciplined leader, modest, committed and kind and high-quality service to serve the younger generation.
     Recognizing and attracting young talents, creating educational facilities, educating young people with the spirit of patriotism and serving the people, is main purpose of Taj. Institute has about 1996 students of 688 women and 1308 men in day and night classes, taught through more than 65 male and female faculty members, as well as doctoral, postgraduate and postgraduate professors. In this institution, students are from nine Northern provinces, including boys and girls. Students are encouraged, scientific conferences of professors and students in their respective faculties are being promoted.