Sunday, 25 September 2016
Afghan President asks India to expel Afghan students who show laziness and flunk exams
Expelling the lazy students from India by President Ghani was not a solution, Delawar maintained, stressing that justice should be ensured in scholarship distribution. Saifullah, an Afghan student who had gone to India on a private scholarship, and returned back home, told The Heart of Asia that many Afghan students in India left their studies because of no government supervision. Many Afghans who have gone to India to study were busy with activities which even could not be imagined, he said, stressing that if the government constantly tracked the beneficiaries of public scholarships in foreign countries, they would not be able to get involved in illegal acts. The Ministry of Higher Education (MoHE), however, claimed that a large number of scholarships were granted through an open competition. Faisal Amin, the MoHE spokesperson, told The Heart of Asia: "May be there were problems in the scholarship distribution in the past, but now all scholarships are given to the qualified individuals with full transparency. For instance, India offers us three types of scholarships: private, government and professional." According to Amin, most of the failing students in India might have gone there on private scholarships because the recipients of government scholarships were being sent abroad after passing different competency tests.
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