New policy in Immigration by Australia: a Nightmare for Indian Students!

Today the world has become truly global and students from developing countries like India and China prefers to go abroad for further education. There, they receive immense exposure to different culture and education in a holistic manner. With the growing time, the population of overseas students in foreign countries is growing in a fast pace.

Australia is one such developed nation, where many students (around 80,000) from India are settled to pursue their further studies. Despite, that Australia’s education is quite expensive for Indian students, they still go for it to receive the best education.

But recent changes made by the Australia in their Immigration laws have erected a wall between Indian students and their dreams. To counter this problem, India has planned to express it’s disapproval by protesting the sudden changes made by them in the migration policy. The new policies would be affecting the future of around 80,000 Indian students, studying there.

Recently, issues of racial discrimination were the major cause of worry for Indian students but now another feather has been added to their list of problems. The implementation of the new policy would be from July1 onwards. Union power minister Sushil Kumar Shinde would be visiting Sydney to discuss this issue with Australian Government. In an interview, he has expressed that our intent is definitely not to oppose the rule but to initiate a dialogue with them to resolve this problem in mutual interest of both.

Indian students have paid a lot for their education in Australia and now they have to face all these inconveniences for no fault of their own. The Indian government is trying its best and taking all the necessary measure to ensure the well being of Indian students in Australia. There are more than five lakh students (from foreign countries) in Australia out of which major population comes from India and china. And the future of all these students could suffer if this policy would come into effect from July onwards.

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