Punjabi Students to get Admission in Australian Universities

Rozana Spokesman

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After PM Modi's visit to Australia, a positive relationship has started to develop between the 2 countries.

Admission in Australian Universities

Two Australian universities have taken a U-turn in the matter of banning the admission of students from six states including Punjab, Haryana. Now, there is a ray of hope for those students who were preparing to get admission in a renowned university in Australia. After Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to Australia, a positive relationship has started to develop between the two countries. Out of the 7 universities which were banned, one has started admission and the other university has informed its authorized agents for admission from June 1. With this, a wave of happiness has started to be seen in the field of foreign studies and education.

Notably, PM Modi were on a two-day visit to Australia. During the visit, while addressing 20,000 people in Sydney, PM Modi had said that students are bringing the two countries closer. He also said that talks between India and Australia on the recognition of each other's degrees have progressed.

Three days ago, two major Australian institutions, Federation University from Victoria and Western Sydney University in New South Wales, decided to ban the admission of students from some Indian states amid a rise in the number of fake visa applicants. According to the latest information, it has been asked to start the admission process for the students of Punjab, Haryana, Gujarat from June 1. An official message has been sent by both the universities. It is worth noting here that this decision taken by the universities is a positive step which will strengthen the relationship between the two countries.