Weather puts Ladakh exchange students to the test.

Ladakh University students in Ahmedabad for a week as part of an exchange program . Students say they fell in love with Gujarati food and culture but felt roasted in the heat .

Ahmedabad is a city in India where students from Ladakh University who are in Ahmedabad for a week as part of an exchange program have just one complaint: it is boiling hot!The majority of the Ladakh University delegation of 59 students and two teachers said they fell in love with Gujarati food and culture but felt roasted in Ahmedabad's soaring temperatures on Saturday.The group arrived here on May 9 after an understanding between the University of Ladakh and Gujarat University of Technology ended their exchange.This delegation was based at the Indian Institute of Sustainability, which came from a very cold place and felt as if we were boiled and roasted in Ahmedabad's heat which reached 45 degrees this week.

The people are friendly.What I really enjoyed was Gujarati food, according to Hajrabanu, a member of the delegation.The temperature in Ladakh was as low as 12-13C when they left for Ahmedabad, according to Zubair Abbasi, a MSc chemistry student.Abbasi said the heat here made me and my fellow students feel welcome.

Khan said that during our stay in Amul in Anand, we learned a lot about the highly effective cooperative model of conducting transactions.The number of female students at Ladakh University is 75%, while male students account for only 25%.According to Salim, a professor of environmental science, our delegation of 59 students includes 44 girl students.The initiative aimed at facilitating the interaction between students from two distinct countries.Although Ladakh University students learned about business, our students will travel to Ladakh to learn about medicinal plantations, according to Sudhanshu Jangir, IIS's director.