Australia is rapidly bouncing back as the destination which is famous for the education of the students of India as their enrollments this year of the early four months jumped to about 48,000 while compared to the 37,000 during the similar period last year.
India continued after china to maintain second position in supplying the foreign students to the Australian institutes and universities.
This year, during the early four months that is from the month of January to the April, the complete figure of the students stood at about 48,311 when compared to the 36,964 during the similar period in the last year.
Enrollments in the sector of Vocational Education and Training (VET) from India jumped in the same period from about 16,772 to the 18,350 this year.
Victoria recorded the highest figure among the various states of the Indian students for the greater level education at about 11,000 enrollments in the early four months during this year, from nearly 7,611 enrollments in the similar period last year.
Based on Melbourne, the consul general of India, Monika Jain has stated that the Victoria trade in the studies was highly positive and Indian students market in the Australian state was more picking up.
NSW labor leader, Luke Foley, in the bid for tapping the market of the Indian students has demanded that the doors have to be opened for the thousands of the Indian students during the coming years.
He stated that India has turned towards the world for helping them to achieve their goal of increasing the skills of nearly half-a-billion individuals. In addition, he stated that there is an opportunity for the (TAFE) Technical and further education NSW to be part of the training provided to the hundreds of individuals among thousands and millions potentially of the Indians.
Foley has said that TAFE needs to grow dramatically in its own activities in this area in India and in the various nations.
He also said that exporting the expertise training provides the ability to gain more profit which can be spent in building the system TAFE again for NSW individual.
The training college and school owner Intaj khan, different factors have changed the Indian enrollments like levels of assessments like student visa, restrictions of employment which are relaxed and streamline processing of visa.