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Australian move for speedy visas to Indian students welcomed by India

“Had a wonderful discussion with my Australian counterpart, H.E. Mr. Jason Clare. congratulated him on the assumption of his portfolio under the new Labour Party government. He further said he welcomed Australia’s assurance of speedy visas for Indian students.”

Tweets India’s Education Minister Dharmendra Pradhan

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India’s Education Minister Dharmendra Pradhan held discussions with his Australian counterpart, Jason Clare, via video conference on July 21. After the meeting, Pradhan tweeted, “Had a wonderful discussion with my Australian counterpart, H.E. Mr. Jason Clare. congratulated him on the assumption of his portfolio under the new Labour Party government. He further said he welcomed Australia’s assurance of speedy visas for Indian students.

He also tweeted: “H.E. Clare assured speedy resolution of visa issues for Indian students enrolled in universities and educational institutions in Australia. I whole-heartedly welcomed this progressive step, “Pradhan tweeted. During the video conference, the two leaders spoke on multiple issues, but the development of skills, higher education, and the school education sector took center stage.

Pradhan told Clare about the Indian government’s new National Education Policy 2020 and discussed the scope for internationalization in education through various means

The education ministers also discussed ways of imparting world-class skills. “We also spoke about deeper collaborations in the skills, higher education, and school education sectors, and imparting world-class skills that Australia is known for to the Indian workforce, creating a positive synergy for both countries,”

Pradhan told Clare about the Indian government’s new National Education Policy 2020 and discussed the scope for internationalization in education through various means. On Twitter, Pradhan wrote, “I briefed H.E. Clare on the new National Education Policy 2020 and the expanded scope for internationalization in education through various modalities, as well as the enabling environment for institutions in the Gift City.”

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