Indian student attacks: Australia's lucrative education industry could take a hit.Byline: ANI
Melbourne, May 30 (ANI): The recent attacks on Indian students in Melbourne could severely hit Australia's lucrative education industry, agents in India who help arrange student placements have warned.
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Bubbly Johar, who runs Johar's Education Centre, an education consultancy in New Delhi New Delhi (dĕl`ē), city (1991 pop. 294,149), capital of India and of Delhi state, N central India, on the right bank of the Yamuna River. , said many parents of students considering education in Australia Education in Australia is primarily regulated by the individual state governments. Generally education in Australia follows the three-tier model which includes Primary education (Primary Schools), followed by Secondary education (Secondary Schools / High Schools) and Tertiary had contacted him because they are worried about safety.
"These attacks will definitely have an impact on the market because parents are calling me up and they are very concerned," the Sydney Morning Herald quoted Johar, who is vice-president of the Association of Australian Education Representatives in India, as saying.
"The media coverage here is encouraging parents to rethink re·think
tr. & intr.v. re·thought , re·think·ing, re·thinks
To reconsider (something) or to involve oneself in reconsideration.
re whether they should send their children to Australia for studies. We can't assure them that they will be safe - it's a very precarious situation for us," Johar added.
Taxpayer-funded advertising in India that promotes Australian education services has been undermined by days of negative publicity about the violence.
Three English-language newspapers - Hindustan Times This article or section needs sources or references that appear in reliable, third-party publications. Alone, primary sources and sources affiliated with the subject of this article are not sufficient for an accurate encyclopedia article. , The Times Of India and The Hindu - ran stories about recent student attacks on their front pages yesterday.
Education is Australia's third-largest export earner behind coal and iron ore. The number of Indians studying in Australia has more than doubled since 2006 to 93,000. It is estimated this group contributed about two billion dollars to the economy last financial year.
But Arun Bhutani from AB Educational Avenues agency, which arranges for more than 1000 students a year to study in Australia, is bracing bracing,
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Rupesh Duggal from Cambridge Immigration immigration, entrance of a person (an alien) into a new country for the purpose of establishing permanent residence. Motives for immigration, like those for migration generally, are often economic, although religious or political factors may be very important. and Education Services in Punjab said: "There is a growing perception that people in Australia don't like students from India and this is affecting our business."
A team of Victorian police and fire brigade officers will arrive in India tomorrow to brief students bound for Australia on staying safe. (ANI)
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