16,000 Afghan students enrolled in Indian universities
KABUL (Pajhwok): The presence of 16,000 Afghan students in Indian universities has boosted cultural exchanges between Kabul and New Delhi, the Afghan ambassador has said.
Shaida Mohammad Abdali said: “Afghanistan has a cherished relationship with India and our bondshave been further strengthened by the cross-cultural exchange.”
Speaking at the Vignan University convocation, the diplomat said over 200 universities had been set up in Afghanistan since the year 2002.”
The Hindu newspaper quoted Shaida as saying that more than 20 students from Afghanistan were pursuing courses at undergraduate and post-graduate levels at the university in Andhra Pradesh.
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