India to provide communication skills training to 80 stranded Afghan cadets
The young Afghan cadets will be placed in three different institutes in India
India will provide training in English communication skills to 80 young Afghan cadets who are stranded after graduating from various military academies recently.
India will offer a 12-month training program in Effective English Communication for Business and Office Purpose under the Indian Technical and Economic Cooperation (ITEC) program to these Afghan cadets, the the Embassy of Afghanistan in India said in a statement issued on Friday.
Welcoming the Indian Government's India’s offer, the Afghan Embassy said they will be provided accommodation and a monthly allowance.
The program starts on February 7, and the 80 young cadets will be placed in three different institutes in India.
“Given the challenges and uncertainties facing these freshly graduated young cadets due to the prevailing situation back home, the Embassy of Afghanistan in India welcomes and applauses the generous move by the Indian government,” said the embassy in its statement.