SAARC university takes off in India
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SAARC university takes off in India

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The ambitious proposal of setting up a common university for eight SAARC countries has taken off with the dedication of land for the institute by India's External Affairs Minister Pranab Mukherjee.

Speaking at the dedication ceremony in Maidan Garhi on May 26, Mukherjee announced that the South Asian University (SAU) would hold its first academic session in 2010.

The main campus in New Delhi will be hosting nearly 5,000 students and an international faculty. It will also have campuses in all other seven SAARC countries

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