Biography of His Excellency Mohammad Qasim Halimi Deputy Minister in Technical Affairs ofMinistry of Justice - Ministry of Justice

Biography of His Excellency Mohammad Qasim Halimi Deputy Minister in Technical Affairs ofMinistry of Justice

Early Life:

His Excellency Mohammad Qasim Halimi was born in 1973 in Kharwar District of Logar province of Afghanistan. Mr. Halimi attended Afghani Primary School of Pakistan for primary educations and earned his Bachelor Degree in year 1998 from Al-Azhar University of Egypt.

Educational Background:

  • Master’s in Progress at University of Cairo – Egypt;
  • Bachelor Degree – University of Al Azhar- Faculty of Law and Sharia.

Working Experience:

  • Deputy Director of the Department of Studies and Scrutiny of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs;
  • Head of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs’  Regional Office in Balkh;
  • Deputy Director of the Protocol General Directorate of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs;
  • General Director of the Judicial Inspection Department of Supreme Court;
  • General Director of the Internal Audit of Supreme Court;
  • General Director of Admin and Finance of Supreme Court;
  • Lecturer of the Judicial Stage Course;
  • Senior Adviser to Minister of Education;
  • Political Adviser to High Peace Council;
  • Legal Consultant to Asian Foundation in Afghanistan;
  • Member and spokesman of Afghanistan Ulema Council;
  • Head of the Qoba Foundation;
  • Head of the Religious Affairs of the Security Council Office and Executive Member of the High Council of the Government of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan.

Appreciation Letters:

  • First Grade Appreciation Letter and Two second Grade Appreciation Lettersawarded byInspection Office;
  • First Grade and Second Grade appreciation Letters awarded bySupreme Court;
  • Medal of Mir-Masjidi Khan awarded by the President of Islamic Republic Of Afghanistan for the efforts in combatting against Administrative Corruption;
  • An Appreciation Letter awarded by Asia Foundation.

Languages:

Pashto, Dari, Arabic and English.