Directory of African embassies across India. Know the locations of your country highs in India for any help you may need.
AASI BINGU’S GRADUATION 2016 CEREMONY
Bingu’s Graduation day is a ceremony organised annually by the Association of African Students in India (AASI) for all graduating African students in a particular year.
INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS CONFERENCE
The International Student Conference New Delhi (ISCND) 2016. Theme: “BUILDING THE FUTURE TODAY” brought together local and international students alike
AFRICA-INDIA YOUTH LEADERSHIP SUMMIT 2017
African Students in India, AASI and Jindal Global University, JGU is organizing a one day Youth leadership Summit with an intent to create a platform for Students and student
AASI CHARITY DRIVE TO JAN KALYAN TRUST
On the 25th of December, 2016 the Association of African Students in India embarked on a charity drive to the home for aged Jan Kalyan Trust, Noida and spent the entire day with them.
The British entered India as traders and their primary objective was to earn profits by carrying on trade in India. In order to earn maximum profits from Indian trade and commerce and to develop monopoly of trade and commerce they competed with other European powers. By the beginning of the middle of the 18th century, […]
12th August, 2017. Presidoe Okuguni National Public Relations Coordinator. Association of African Students in India, AASI. Email: email@example.com FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: It has been brought to our notice that the police authorities in Hyderabad have been conducting arrests over document related issues in a bid to fish out students without legal documents residing […]
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Mbaya Guy – Davis – Congo DRC
Bravo to the Most needed Africa society in India, you are doing a great job uniting all Africans in India
Pero Michael – Congo DRC
One good unifying factor that will help in Shaping the African community in India and the African continent is AASI.
Davy Bekks Ninkwango – Cameroon.
I think its a good perspective to be part of this association because it will be beneficial for all african students in India.
Ndidi James – Nigeria.
AASI is truly a home for all African students in India, it is helping to make students experience in India worthwhile through its various programs.
Edmundo Ferreira Bari, Guinea Bisau.
I was a bit skeptic leaving my home country to study in India because i wasn’t sure of how i might cope going to strange land, but over the years, AASI has made my stay in India a worthwile experience because it gave me sense of belonging giving me the opportunity to meet with my brothers and sisters from other African countries.