- There is an atmosphere of uncertainty after the Taliban occupation of Afghanistan. The people there are very scared. Afghans living in other countries of the world are also very worried. Afghan students studying in India are also worried. His concern is about his family. His family is in Afghanistan.
Around 40 Afghani students studying at Punjabi University in Patiala, Punjab are in a panic. He is worried about the current deteriorating situation in his country. Students are worried about their academic future and their families. In view of this, PU VC Dr. Arvind held a special meeting with these students of Afghanistan on Friday and assured them of all possible help.
During this meeting, the VC inquired about the various problems and concerns of these students. The VC expressed hope that soon the situation in Afghanistan will improve and the worries of these students will be removed. Dean International Student Affairs Dr. Ranjit Kaur also prayed for the better future of Afghan students on this occasion.
He promised all possible help to keep up the enthusiasm of all the students. He said that every department of Punjabi University is taking special care of all the needs of the international students, especially the students of Afghanistan. The university is working with commitment to promptly address their academic and academic needs.
The university authority inquired about the problems faced by Afghan students like visa extension, ICCR scholarship, hostel accommodation, financial problems. During this, Dean Student Welfare Dr. Anupama and Director Public Relations Dr. Happy JG, and Hostel Warden of International Wing Dr. Vikramjit Singh were present.