A letter from the ministry addresses institutions in Afghanistan's northern provinces, including Kabul, where exams are due to take place from the end of February.
Afghan disaster management ministry says the death toll had risen by 88 over the past week and now stood at 166.
Temperatures dip as low as -34 degrees Celsius hitting the country in the middle of a severe economic crisis with many residents unable to afford fuel to heat their homes.
The visit comes a month after Taliban government banned Afghan women from working in national and international NGOs.
Cold snap over the past eight days in Kabul and several other provinces killed dozens of people and tens of thousands of cattle — a vital commodity in the country's economy.
Save the Children, IRC and CARE had suspended their operations in late December in protest against a government order banning Afghan women from aid work.
Nabizada, 32, hailed from the eastern province of Nangarhar, and was elected as a member of parliament from Kabul in 2018.
Terrorists attacked a police station in Peshawar, the capital of northwestern Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province of Pakistan which has seen a rise in terror attacks launched by outlawed Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan in recent months.
Republicans seek records from Biden administration over 2021 frenetic troop pullout from Afghanistan, where Washington spent $2 trillion over two decades.
Afghanistan's Taliban-led government last month imposed a ban on women from attending universities, in addition to girls being barred from high school since March 2022.
The Taliban administration is facing insurgency since it seized power in August 2021 as Daesh carried out dozens of attacks in Kabul and other parts of the country.
With the international community and Afghanistan at an impasse, a new policy report outlines ways to break the deadlock to allow aid to flow into the country.
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