دوشنبه ۱ آبان ۱۳۹۶ تهران ۱۰:۱۰
WOMEN: Military Doubles Men's Window for University Admission Before National Service
July 13, 2004 - By extending to two years the window that boys after graduating from high school would have to get admission to a higher education institution, the army boosted boys’ competitive chances. The conservative politicians had complained that the widening gap between male and female graduates of medical and engineering school was a waste of resources, since government and businesses tend to hire more men than women. The army’s new directive, which became effective today, would give boys two chances, instead of one, to participate in the highly competitive national universities’ entrance exam, before they become eligible for the mandated two-year military service.