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-Afghani, the Islamic ideologist of the 19th century.

The university was started offering admission in three faculties: education, theology and agriculture. Over the years it expanded its operation and currently is considered a reliable institution in the region offering admissions in five faculties and 21 degree programs, adding Economics and Computer Science and concerned departments to the list.[2]

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