India launches international campaign to attract foreign students to study in the country

The Study In India programme has also taken the form of a one-stop portal online that helps students choose a course and even facilitates admission in one of the partner institutions. SCREENGRAB: STUDYININDIA.GOV.IN
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NEW DELHI - Seeking to regain some of its historic grandeur as a preeminent centre for international learning, the Indian government has announced an ambitious programme to more than quardruple the number of foreign students currently enrolled in India.

The "Study In India" (SIY) programme, launched on April 18, seeks to increase the intake of international students on Indian campuses to 200,000 in less than five years from now.

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