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Students from Zambia take admission in KLU
As many as 22 students from Zambia took admission in various degree courses in KL Deemed University on Tuesday
Vijayawada: As many as 22 students from Zambia took admission in various degree courses in KL Deemed University on Tuesday.
The foreign students were welcomed by directors of university J Srinivasa Rao, Ch Uday Kumar and other staff members.
They said that about 250 students from 22 countries, including Rwanda, Libya and Burundi, were pursuing various courses and another 2,000 students have also been decided to arrive in January, said J Srinivasa Rao.
The embassy staff of those countries already visited the KL Educational Foundation to know more about the arrangements made for them.
He also made it clear that all international arrangements have been made to ensure that the foreign students do not have any difficulties in pursuing education and staying at hostels.