Dozens of Afghan students complete short courses funded by Pakistan



Around 82 Afghan students completed Their short-term courses of English Language and Computer studies funded by Pakistan’s embassy and received their certificates on Thursday, February 17, 2022, said the embassy.

The Kabul-based embassy in a press release said that they hosted a Certification ceremony for the students that completed their 3-month courses in the embassy’s vocational Training Institute. Speaking to the graduates, ambassador Mansoor Ahmad Khan urged the students to continue their studies in the future so that they could play their constructive role in the development of Afghanistan. Meanwhile, Khan suggested the students apply for Pakistan’s fully funded Allama Muhammad Iqbal scholarships to become good professionals in different fields of life.—Agencies

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