The students and academics from the Turkish Language and Literature Department of the Faculty of Humanities and Foreign Languages at Jamia Millia Islamia (JMI) University in India have gathered together with Turkish citizens living in Delphi at a fast-breaking (iftar) dinner.
The fast-breaking dinner hosted by Yunus Emre Institute was attended also by Turkish Embassy in Delhi Counselor Ümit Alpaslan Kılıç, JMI University International Relations Coordinator Prof. Mukesh Ranjan and Faculty of Humanities and Foreign Languages Dean Prof. Wahajuddin Alvi.
Prof. Mukesh Ranjan delivered a keynote speech at the program, expressing their satisfaction over the activities conducted so far by the Institute, and voicing their support for the Turkology studies.
Touheed Alam and Yousuf Ansari, the two students attending the final year students at the Turkish Language and Literature Department, remarked that they feel themselves prideful and lucky for being member of the Yunus Emre family. "For three years, we have both had fun with our teachers and learned the Turkish language and culture at and outside the courses. Now, we will soon graduate. Although we are sad to see all this will end, we will be leaving with good memories," they said.