Syed Jamaluddin Afghan University

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Said Jamal Uddin-e-Afghani University
سيد جمال الدين افغاني پوهنتون
Established 2010
President Mir Ahmad Hamed
Students 2800
Undergraduates 2800
Location Asadabad, Kunar, Afghanistan

Said Jamal Uddin-e-Afghani University (Pashto: سيد جمال الدين افغاني پوهنتون‎) is a public sector university in Asadabad, capital of eastern Kunar Province of Afghanistan.[1] It was established in 2010.

The University is named after Jamal ad-Din al-Afghan, the Islamic Ideologist of the 19th Century.[2]

The foundation of the University was laid down offering admission in three faculties namely, education, theology and agriculture but over the years expanded its operation and currently is considered one of the reliable institutions in the region offering admissions in five faculties and 21 degree programs, adding Economics and Computer Science and concerned departments to the list.[3]

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