Indian Students: For Indian students, this news can make them sad. Many universities in Australia have banned the admission of students from the states of India including Uttar Pradesh, Punjab, Haryana, Uttarakhand, Jammu and Kashmir. According to the Australian news paper Sydney Morning Herald, Australia’s two major universities wrote a letter to their education agents last week. In this, instructions were given not to enroll students from Punjab, Haryana, Uttarakhand, Uttar Pradesh and Jammu and Kashmir.
These allegations were leveled against Indian students
Australia’s Home Affairs Department is continuously rejecting visa applications of students from these 4 states including Kashmir. Last month, 4 Australian universities accused Indian students of misusing student visas. Said- People are coming to Australia for jobs instead of studying with student visas. This year the number of Indian students in Australia can cross the highest figure of 75,000 in the year 2019. The Sydney Morning Herald newspaper reported on Tuesday that the number of students MPs and those in the education sector have raised concerns about the potential long-term impact of the current increase in Australia’s immigration system and the country’s lucrative international education market.
The number of fake students has also increased
John Chew of global education firm Navitas said, “The number of incoming students is much more than expected.” He said, ‘We knew that the number would increase significantly, but along with it the number of fake students has also increased.’ It has been said in the report that to deal with this situation, many universities are now banning.
Australian Prime Minister had given assurance
Explain that the Australian Prime Minister who visited India in March 2023 said in Gujarat that students with Indian qualifications will be recognized in Australia. Apart from this, he also said that the Australian degree of Indian students who have studied in Australia will also be recognized in India.
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