Indian student visa issue ‘needs to be resolved’ Britain has traditionally been the first choice for Indian students wanting to study abroad
Eastern Eye Staff
India has expressed concern over the massive drop in Indian students in the UK and has called for visa issues to be resolved. The Indian high commissioner to the UK, Yashvardhan Kumar Sinha, who took charge of his post last December, highlighted the sharp contrast between the current trend in the UK and the rising number of Indian student in the US, Australia and across Europe at a press event at India House in London on Monday (16). “In the field of education we have a bit of a problem because the number of Indian students [in the UK] was…
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