The Association of African Students (AASI) in India a non profit Organization, is a re-emerging umbrella organisation uniting all African students in India to facilitate cooperation between its members and the international academic world, study and publicize and advocate the educational and related needs of African higher education institutions.
Welcome to the Association of African Students in India, AASI!
What we do
We facilitate the exchange of information, culture and experience among members of the academic community and to contribute to African development by fostering collaboration among its member students; by providing support to their core functions of teaching, learning, research and community engagement; and by facilitating critical reflection and consensus-building around, issues affecting higher education and the development of Africa.
AASI holds a yearly Graduation Ceremony for African Students.
AASI assists all her members on issues of security and Academics.
The association is committed to ensuring the overall well being of all African Students in India as a whole.
Help meet your country leaders on visit to India, attain the social, cultural and recreational needs of AASI members.
AASI EXECUTIVE MEMBERS
The main objectives of the Association are to promote cooperation among African students in the world; collect, classify,modify, improve and disseminate information on higher education and research, particularly in Africa; facilitate cooperation between its members and the international academic world; study and publicize and advocate the educational and related needs of African higher education institutions; and facilitate the exchange of information and experience among members of the academic community, and promote best practices.
Having started in 1960s by late Malawian President His Excellency Prof. Dr. Bingu Wa Mutharika who was a student at the Shri Ram College of Commerce, University of Delhi in India by then. It later lost momentum when he left due to some reasons and it was reignited by Emmanuel Earl Ankrah after the visit of late Prof. Dr. Bingu in India in November, 2010.
EXECUTIVE MEMBERS 2017
Presidoe Okuguni, Professional and IT Coordinator
Bukola Samuel, Welfare Coordinator.
Tochukwu Alagba, AASI Sharda University Coordinator.