BIOGRAPHY OF MOHAMMAD HUSSAINI, HEAD OF TELECOMMUNICATIONS AND IT, KAPISA PROVINCE
Mohammad Hussaini, the son of Mohammad Jawad, was born in 1990 in an informed and intellectual family in the village of Behsood, the capital of Wardak province. He started his education from the beginning in his village, where he completed primary and high school in Marefat High school in 2009.
Mr. Mohammad Hussaini, after passing the entrance exam, succeeds in the field of computer science at, Department of Information Technology, Kateb University, and successfully graduated with a bachelor's degree in 2014, during his university studies, He has been teaching and working in the field of information technology and English language in various scientific universities and departments (public/private sector).
Hussaini started his official career after graduation as a system engineer in Afghan-Telecom in 2015 at the Ministry of Communication and IT. At the beginning of 2017 he starts his job as an information technology manager in the National Information department of the ministry of interior, he started his work for the proper implementation of e-government (digitalization of the administrative and information affairs system of the Ministry of Interior).
He has been serving alongside the Afghan security and defense forces for two years.
Mohammad Hussaini participated in the free competition of KAPISA province Telecommunication and Information Technology Department, which was announced by the Independent Administrative Reform Commission, and was appointed as the Head of Telecommunication and Information Technology by June 2020, Hussaini is the youngest director of KAPISA province and the Ministry Information Technology communication and science. Since taking office in KAPISA, Mr. Hussaini has breathed new life into the directorate and has made tremendous achievements in developing telecommunications and Internet networks in villages and neighborhoods, connecting schools via the Internet, exchange the hard letter /document of all governmental department, and collecting government revenue. By arranging official trips to the villages and deprived areas of KAPISA, He has identified and established areas without internet telecommunication coverage, which has been activated in most of the influential areas of telecommunication networks and is currently benefiting from the provision of telecommunication and internet services.
Currently he is busy with the activities.