Currently, 8 students from Afghanistan are enrolled in PhD, MSc, and MBA programme of the University. These students have been provided fellowships by the Indian Council for Agricultural research (ICAR).
Authorities of the Dr. YS Parmar University of horticultural and forestry in Himachal Pradesh on Wednesday extended support to students from Afghanistan, who are pursuing their studies at the university.
Currently, eight students from Afghanistan are enrolled in PhD, MSc, and MBA programmes of the University. These students have been offered with fellowships by the Indian council for Agricultural research. University registrar Prashant Srikek and student Welfare officer JK Dubey interacted with the students. The University has been a popular destination among Afghan students looking to pursue quality education in horticulture, forestry, and allied disciplines.