Afghanistan Embassy welcomes India's help to teach English to cadets
Embassy of Afghanistan in Delhi has welcomed India's offer to enhance English communication skills for the recently graduated Afghan cadets in various military academies.
Embassy of Afghanistan in Delhi welcomes the Government of India's decision to offer a 12-month training program in Effective English Communication for Business and Office Purpose under the Indian Technical and Economic Cooperation (ITEC) Programme.
The 80 young Afghan cadets who recently graduated from various military academies in India have been offered a 12-month training program in Effective English Communication for Business and office purposes under ITEC program by the Government of India.
The program starts on February 7. The young cadets will be placed in three different institutes in India and will be provided with accommodation and a monthly allowance, according to Afghanistan's Embassy statement.
Given the challenges and uncertainty 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, as per the statement of Afghanistan's Embassy.