IIT DELHI LAUNCHES HELPLINE FOR AFGHAN STUDENTS RETURN TO CAMPUS

For the students of Afghans the Indian Institute of Delhi has launched its helpline number, and seeing the current worsening situations of Afghanistan, they have reopened their hostel for them

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Source: The Economic Times

The IIT, Delhi has provided the students of Afghanistan with a helpline number. As the Political turmoil in the Afghans continues.

The Taliban have entered the capital city, Kabul. This has disrupted the civilians’ lives, where many are trying to migrate. Yet many remain trapped.

And the students have been disturbed the most in Afghanistan. So, IIT Delhi has launched a helpline number for the students of Afghanistan who are part of the institute.

HELPLINE NUMBER

IIT Delhi’s, helpline numbers:

+91-11-26591713, +91-9811091942 and intloff@admin.iitd.ac.in.

The Institute has said, they stand in solidarity with their students and alumni community. The director, Professor V Ramgopal Rao. said that they’re doing everything possible to bring their students back to the campus.

IPFD PROGRAM

IIT Delhi is encouraging Afghan students to apply for its International PhD, fellowship program (IPFD). And “we stand in solidarity with the students and alumni community in this hour of crisis”, he added.

With the USA withdrawing its military troops from Afghanistan, the Talibans have taken over the charge. The capital, Kabul as well as most of the borders have been fallen into their hands.

AFGHAN STUDENTS AT JNU REQUEST VISA EXTENSION AMIDST CRISIS

The Indian government has started a new category. Namely, Electronic visa to fast track the visa process for the Afghans who wants to leave the Taliban ruled country.

IIT BOMBAY

IIT Bombay has also allowed the students from Afghanistan who were part of the online classes to join the hostel in Mumbai. Especially, considering the worsening state of Afghanistan.

They have encouraged the students from Afghanistan to join IIT Bombay. They have launched various scholarships, says Subhasis Chaudhary, the director of IIT Bombay.

WHEN WILL DELHI UNIVERSITY RELEASE CUTOFFS?

The Afghan students have seen a lot of unrest recently. Many took to Twitter to give solidarity to the Afghan students. While many institutes in India have given them high hopes.

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