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UGC warns Indian students not to apply for admission to China

UGC warns Indian students not to apply for admission to China

Even though they pay a lot of money to get degrees from unrecognized schools, these students have a hard time getting jobs in India because their degrees aren’t recognized. After Covid-19, China has put very strict rules on travel. All visas will be suspended until November 2020. The AICTE warned students to go to Pakistan in October of last year.

Key Highlight:

  • Even after paying enormous money to obtain degrees from unrecognized universities, students experience difficulties finding work in India. Notification urging Indian students and parents not to apply for professional degrees in China came when Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi visited India.
  • “Such degree courses have done only in the online format without prior clearance,” the University Grant Commission (UGC) warned, citing existing norms that both UGC and AICTE “do not acknowledge.”
  • In the wake of Covid-19, China has implemented tight travel restrictions and suspended all visas until November 2020.”
  • “These limitations have prevented many Indian students from returning to China to pursue their studies,” said AICTE’s member secretary.
  • The UGC and AICTE do not recognize degree courses offered solely online without prior clearance.”
  • Last October, AICTE warned students to go to Pakistan.

Foreign Minister Wang Yi visited India on a day when the UGC and AICTE told Indian students and parents not to apply for professional courses in China. This was on the same day.

University Grant Commission (UGC): The warning, a first of its kind for Chinese educational institutions, said that the UGC and the AICTE “do not recognize” online degree programs that don’t get permission from both groups first.

The UGC said, “A few universities in China have started to send out notices for admission to different degree programs for the current and next school years. On the other hand, China has put a lot of restrictions on travel in the wake of Covid-19 and hasn’t given out visas until November 2020.”

Even though they pay a lot of money to get degrees from unrecognized schools, these students have difficulty getting jobs in India.

Members of the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) said, “That’s true.” “There are a lot of Indian students who can’t go back and study in China because of these rules. No, there hasn’t been the ease in the rules so far. In addition, the Chinese government has said in the past that courses will be done online.”

The rules say that the UGC and AICTE don’t recognize degree programs that are only done online without their permission.

Because of this, students should be careful when they choose where to go to school, so they don’t have problems later in their jobs or with their studies.

In October last year, the AICTE warned students who were going to Pakistan. It said that Indian citizens and people who live outside of India need to get permission from the AICTE before taking engineering and technology courses in Pakistan, which is what the AICTE said.

When the AICTE warned about Pakistani institutions, it said that a degree from an unrecognized school is different from an Indian school.

Even though they pay a lot of money to get degrees from unrecognized schools, these students have difficulty getting jobs in India.

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