Thiruvananthapuram (Kerala) India, August 18: Amongst the crisis in Afghanistan after the Taliban takeover, uncertainty emerges over the future of Afghan students who come to Indian council for cultural relations. The international students from all over the world join UG, PG, and PhD programmes courses through ICCR in Indian colleges. More than 1,000 scholarships are offered to Afghanistan on yearly basis by India as a goodwill gesture to promote education in Afghanistan.
In Kerala University, nearly about 15 Afghan students are studying various courses, while for next month, according to Dr Sabu Joseph, Director, Centre for Global Academics, Kerala University. This also include officials associated with Afghanistan government who are keen on specializing on particular topics. On Tuesday, while speaking to ANI, Dr Sabu Joseph, Director, Centre for global Academics said they have around 15 students hailing from Afghanistan who took admission last year, under UG, PG and PhD programmes in the University.