It is easy to get job in Britain, important agreement between the governments of India-UK

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Britain It has become easy for Indian students to get jobs in India. In fact, an important agreement has been reached between the Government of India and Britain regarding the degree. Under this agreement, the degrees of Indian students pursuing bachelor’s, master’s degree and doctoral courses in India will now be treated at par with those of UK students. This decision will make Indian students eligible for jobs with this qualification in the UK.

Both countries will benefit

The two sides on Thursday signed a Memorandum of Understanding, according to which the Indian Senior Secondary School, Pre-University Certificate will be considered suitable for admission to UK higher education institutions. Similarly, bachelor’s degree, master’s degree and doctoral degree of India and UK will also be treated as equivalent to each other. However, degrees related to Doctor, Engineering, Architecture and Pharmacy are kept out of the purview of the MoU. Commerce Secretary BVR Subrahmanyam said New Delhi will hold talks for their recognition in the free trade agreement, the negotiations for which are likely to conclude by August. With this, 31 more agreements will be signed by Diwali.

UK degree will be valid in India too

Under the agreement, a UK degree will henceforth be treated at par with an Indian degree. Students having degree there will also be eligible for employment in India. “Bachelor and Masters of Arts (BA, MA) in India and degree in science (BSc, MSc) will be treated equally in the UK,” Subrahmanyam told reporters. The MoU also covers degrees obtained from online courses. The MoU provides for mutual recognition of the educational qualifications and duration of study undertaken by the students within the higher education institutions duly approved and recognized in both the countries.

Thousands of youth of both the countries will benefit

Thousands of youth from both the countries are expected to benefit from the agreement. The move is a part of their 10-year roadmap to strengthen bilateral ties. Vivini Stern, Chief Executive of University UK International (UUKI), said: “This is a historic agreement that has been in the works for many years. The qualifications of the students will be recognized by both the countries, which will make it easier for the students to get a better education and get a job. UUKI represents over 140 UK universities.

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