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Shoolini feels at home, says Raisa from Afghanistan.

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“I am excited to experience the things that Shoolini University has in store for me” says  Raisa Saboori, an exchange student from Rana University, Afghanistan who has come to Shoolini University for the course of M. Tech in Computer Science through the exchange program. Raisa says she has not explored India yet but she would love to explore the entire Himachal Pradesh. 

Raisa Saboori  

I am excited to experience the things that Shoolini University has in store for me” says Raisa Saboori, an exchange student from Rana University, Afghanistan who has come to Shoolini University for the course of M. Tech in Computer Science through the exchange program. Raisa says she has not explored India yet but she would love to explore the entire Himachal Pradesh. Here is what Raisa has to say about her experience in India and Shoolini University as a whole -

In India, particularly in Shoolini University, I feel very safe. The weather out here is awesome. The trees and the beautiful hills surrounding the university gives out positive vibes. The campus is pretty big and it is always fun to explore around in the campus. I haven't explored much so I'm definitely looking forward to visit places like  Manali, Shimla, Kasauli and many more. 

As for my family background, I come from a well to do family. My father is an engineer, my mom is a teacher. I also have two elder brothers and an elder sister and they are employed. I am the youngest in the family. To study in Shoolini University me and two of my friends were chosen. The study system out there in Afghan is good but because of the wars going on there isn’t any peaceful environment, the place is full of chaos and destruction. Unlike here, the environment is beautiful and peaceful to stay. I personally love the place. India is such a peaceful and beautiful country to stay and there is no doubt about it.

I start my day with prayers. I wake up early in the morning for “Namaz” which I do five times a day. That gives me positive vibes throughout the day. After my prayers, I sit for my studies. My daily schedule goes on somewhat like this. I have not yet learnt the language “Hindi” here but I am keen in learning the language. Apart from that the hostel life is also a good one and all the facilities, specially the environment for studies is really good. There is a beautiful room allotted to us and with a kitchen where we can cook whatever we like. Overall the hostel stay is worth mentioning.

My future plan is to do Networking because I am interested in it. I wish to complete my M. Tech in Shoolini University and return to Kabul and work as a teacher in there, and help the students in need. After I go back to my country, I am going to share my wonderful experience in India to all my country people, friends and relatives. I am definitely going to suggest them to visit Shoolini University, Himachal Pradesh.”

She therefore  concludes her last words by saying – “In six months I will be returning back to my country. I know I will not be returning empty hand. It's hardly even a month in here and I am already learning a lot of things.”