Officials at Dr. Es Parmar University Vegetation and Regulatory University in Hemak Pradesh support Afghan students studying at the university.
Eight students from Afghanistan are currently enrolled in PhD, MSC and MBA programs at the university. These students are accredited by the Indian Agricultural Research Council (IACAR). University Registrar Practitioner Serkek and Student Safety Officer Jake Dubay met with the students.
The registrar contacted the students and assured them of all the support they needed to make their stay at the university comfortable. Due to Kovid, the class was delayed last year, and the university had already applied for a visa extension for some students, prompting a scholarship to speed up the process. He also asked about the safety of their families.
He said the university has confirmed that the students will need to travel to their home countries to receive the second dose of the vaccine. The head of the department met with the students and said that he was inspired.
The students said that they have been in constant contact with their families in Afghanistan. Many students have expressed interest in pursuing a doctorate in India. He expressed hope that the situation would improve.
The university has become a popular destination for Afghan students who want to pursue quality education in the fields of horticulture, forestry and partnership.
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