- Nasratullah Kakar, an exploration understudy from Afghanistan, is a concerned man nowadays due to the improvements unfurling in his country.
- As the Taliban takeover of Afghanistan started, these understudies living a few thousand kilometres were a stressed parcel.
Nasratullah Kakar, an exploration understudy from Afghanistan, is a concerned man nowadays due to the improvements unfurling in his country.
Thus, five of the 15 Afghan nationals seeking their advanced education in agrarian sciences at UAS Dharwad got back to their local spots in Afghanistan due to the COVID-19 circumstance. At the same time, 11 are present in the global inn of the college here.
Kakar is in the second year of his three-year Ph.D program in Agricultural Extension. A representative of the Ministry of Agriculture in Afghanistan, Kakar, seeks after his examination under the Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR) program.
Like him, the excess understudies are also representatives of the Afghanistan Government and seek different courses under the ICAR program.
They all are hitched and have joint families back home.
“We as a whole live in joint families with more than 20 individuals remaining under a solitary rooftop. I have three little girls and a child, and we live in a joint group of 21 individuals,” Kakar disclosed to The Hindu.
As the Taliban takeover of Afghanistan started, these understudies living a few thousand kilometres were a stressed parcel. “Indeed, we were all especially strained at first. We habitually called our families to think about the circumstance. However, we are a bit calmed now as they are protected,” he said.
Actually, like him, the other Afghan nationals in the college were restless. So on Monday, they had a gathering with the Vice-Chancellor of UAS-Dharwad M.B. Chetti, who guaranteed them all assistance.
Prof. Chetti revealed to The Hindu that he had a gathering with the Afghan understudies and needed to know whether they had any issue which required his mediation.
A portion of these understudies is going to finish their post-graduation courses in a couple of months. “Yet, our return would rely upon the further advancements in our country,” Kakar said.
In the meantime, a senior knowledge official of the State Police said they had gotten no data of anybody from the State being stuck in Afghanistan.
Moreover, the authority said that they had not gone over anybody from the State, among the individuals who have gotten back from the struggle torn country in the course of the most recent couple of days.