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Indian students will now be allowed to stay in UK after graduation

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London: UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has announced that the the two-year post-study work visa for international students has been reinstated. This move will change and impact thousands of Indian students who head to the UK every year for higher education.

The new immigration rule will mean that Indian graduates in any subject will be able to stay in the UK for two years after the completion of their studies, to find work once they graduate. At the moment, the rule for post-study work visa is that students can stay and work in the country for 4 months, with the exception of 27 universities, that with a pilot scheme get 6 months.

The immigration route will be available to international students who have successfully completed a course at an undergraduate level, or higher level. This includes students who start courses in 2020/21 at undergraduate level or above. Eligible students can work or look for work, at any skill level for 2 years after they graduate before having to convert to another visa, or having to leave the country.

Back in 2011, Theresa May, as the then Home Secretary abolished the two-year post-study work visa that had attracted scores of students to the institutions and universities in Britain.

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi can visit Ayodhya soon for Bhoomi Pujan

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In the eighth month of the Supreme Court’s decision, now the auspicious time for the construction of Ram temple is about to begin. Prime Minister Narendra Modi may come to Ayodhya on August 3 or 5 for Bhoomi Pujan.

The announcement, with its detailed outline, may be made at the trust’s July 18 meeting. According to the sources of Shri Ram Janmabhoomi Trust, the Prime Minister will duly initiate the construction of a grand temple by performing Bhoomipujan in the sanctum sanctorum of Ram temple in Ayodhya.

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During this time he will be joined by a select few Union ministers. In view of the corona, no crowd or ceremony will be held in the Bhoomipujan work.

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Mahant Nritya Gopal Das, President of Ram Mandir Trust, wrote a letter to PM Narendra Modi for the visit to Ayodhya.

The trust chairman also wrote that Modi should come to Ayodhya and lay the foundation of Ram temple construction, not virtual or video conferencing.

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