Australia University Banned Indian Students
Two Australian universities banned Indian students because of visa fraud and another reason.
Western Sydney University and The Federation University have both declared limits on enrolling students from certain Indian states, noting worries over an increase in visa fraud applications. (The Sydney Morning Herald).
Some of the education agents said that they not going to consider Panjab, Haryana, Gujarat, Uttarakhand, Utter Pradesh, and the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir students for studies abroad also Western Sydney University informed the agents to do not recruit students from Panjab, Haryana, UP, and Gujarat.
In a letter on May 19, the Federation University said that they observed for some years, many students come to Australia not for studies but for jobs. They spoke to the media and said that “We hope that the home ministry soon decided to rules about this issue and make concern on this issue.
Based on the research, one out of four applications is now declared “Fraudulent” or “non-genuine” by the national Department of Home Affairs. Most of the students come from Haryana, Panjab, and Gujarat, we get most of the applications from this Indian region and we identified the highest attrition risks are from this area.
Because of its significance of this situation, the institution has decided to halt recruiting from that part of India immediately. The letter said.
The Main Concern
The main purpose of taking this decision is for the university want to give the opportunity to these students who really want to come to Australia for only studies. Australia always supports this kind of Indian student.
In 2022 many students come to Australia to study but they are doing work as employees. They not going for studies.
This ban is announced before PM Narendra Modi came to Australia. PM Modi came to Australia because of the big diaspora of Indians who live in Australia.
This is not good news for India because it’s going to be international news and it could be a dark spot in Indian respect.