11-17-2014, 03:09 PM
There is good news for all students who want to take admission in degree programs offered by universities in the UK. Universities in the UK have agreed to recognize and two certificates awarded India's Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) students and allow for admission to undergraduate programs. One of the main issues faced by students who wanted to study in the UK visa problem was that in our HRD minister Smriti Irani, the British government has agreed to help the students.
"Until now, students face a problem like CBSE certificate was not recognized by various institutes. We raised this issue with UK before too and I am happy to state that our concerns have worked in all universities in the United Unit certificates will recognize, "he said.
HRD Minister chaired the 6th Meeting of Bilateral UK India Education Forum. The meeting sought relaxation for Indian students studying in the UK under the rules of post-study work visa that allows students to work with a minimum wage of 20,000 British pounds a year. According to the UK Minister of State for Universities problems with the system of visa you need to be addressed now at the highest level in the UK.
The non-recognition of certificates for universities in the United Kingdom was one of the main factors discourage many students accepting admission to the UK. Institutes in the UK insisted that students who have cleared the CBSE examination to clarify a course supplement to be eligible for admission to undergraduate courses, saying that school education in India was less than a year the British system. In fact, some of them also require IELTS results, which indicate a student competence in English in order to gain admission to universities and colleges.
"We also decided to establish a working group regarding how the two countries can go forward together especially in the areas of program evaluation of school, college and university leadership program and making education each door through ICT, "said Irani.
Both countries have also agreed to exchange teachers, educators and industry partners visited another campus, said Greg Clark.
According to the program launched by the British government around 25,000 young people sent to India to study in the next five years. The first batch of students reach Indian shores next summer, he said.
Britain Memorial Institute conference Mahatma Gandhi and India want to partially finance the initiative.
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