Kathmandu. 84 students of the University of Agriculture and Forestry have gone to Israel. The students went to Israel to study at the Ramat Negev International Agricultural Training Center for Advanced Agriculture in Israel under the Learn and Earn program.
In the past, the embassy used to send students to Israel through Small Farmer Microfinance Institutions. Currently, the embassy has sent only students who are studying at the Agricultural University to Israel.
84 students who are going to Israel were invited by the vice chancellor of the university Prof. According to the Embassy, Punyrasad Regmi, Secretary of the Ministry of Agriculture and Livestock Development, Dr. Govind Sharma, and Israeli Ambassador to Nepal, Hanan Goder, reached the Tribhuvan International Airport and bid farewell.