International Center for Refugee and Migration Studies

Orientation Session of the Crash Course for Afghan Refugee Students, 2024

On June 24, 2024, the International Center for Refugee and Migration Studies (ICRMS) held an orientation session for the Afghan refugee students selected for the Crash Course program. The session commenced with a heartfelt recitation of the Holy Quran by one of the refugee students.

Mr. Kazim, the Reporting Assistant at ICRMS, moderated the session. He provided a comprehensive overview of ICRMS’s unwavering commitment to supporting Afghan refugees in Balochistan. He introduced the Crash Course, outlining its fundamental objectives, and shared compelling data from prior programs, showcasing their positive outcomes, following interactive sessions with Afghan refugee students. Following this, Mr. Kazim recounted an inspiring success story. His dedication and hard work culminated in an impressive 56% score in the National Aptitude Test (NAT), a test required for admission to universities all over Pakistan.

Afterward, he stepped forward to present the Student Acceptance Letters to the shortlisted students. In a clear and concise manner, he explained the university’s rules and regulations, as well as those set by the ICRMS, ensuring a fruitful 45-day crash course experience. Following the instructive session, Mr. Jalal from UNHCR and Ms. Hifsa, the Project Manager at ICRMS, were welcomed to share their thoughts. Their insightful remarks resonated with the students, highlighting the invaluable exposure and learning opportunities awaiting them at BUITEMS. The session concluded with the formal announcement of the crash course commencement date and a memorable group photograph of students and facilitators.

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