According to the Indian government, students across the world will now be able to pursue the education in prominent Indian educational institutions.
In a new initiative of HRD Ministry, India’s External Affairs Minister, Sushma Swaraj and Minister of State for HRD, Satya Pal Singh jointly launched the Study in India programme of HRD Ministry by launching the ‘Study in India’ portal in New Delhi on Wednesday.
It is an attempt to attract students from countries in South Asia, South-East Asia, Middle East, and Africa to get admissions in India.
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Government says, this will be achieved through systematic brand-building, identifying quality institutions for receiving the students, creating suitable infrastructure and facilitation structures.
The ‘Study in India’ portal will become a single window to cover all aspects relating to studying in India for foreign students.
In a video message on this occasion, India’s HRD Minister Prakash Javadekar said ‘Study in India’ initiative will open the gates of prominent educational institution of India for foreign students.
The Study in India programme would provide one stop solution through the creation of a centralised portal. The website will be supported by an App and a Helpline number.
It will not only provide information on the latest offerings on Indian education but also facilitate admissions to the foreign students and help them make informed choices based on individual aptitudes and career goals.
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