Britain may evaluate its visa policy that has slowed down the number of Indian students to the UK moving ahead to pursue education in the reputed educational institutions in the world.
The deputy prime minister of the UK, Nick Clegg will drive the government to assess its visa policy, if he feels certain that the Indian students are true.
Clegg said that he would take a trip to India in the later part of this month during which he will visit Delhi University and interact with the students personally to know regarding their doubts on the Britain’s new visa procedure.
Deputy prime minister said that he wishes to eliminate any doubts that Indian students, who are under the misconception that they will be not be authorized to work after finishing graduation in the country, which is not true. The government meant that so long an individual receive some minimum graduate salary he or she can carry out work after graduating. Indeed, students receiving higher than the required salary will be allowed to work for three years.
Notably, India and China will account for 35% of global growth by 2024, with one in three outbound students globally expected to come from these countries.