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Problems faced by Nepali Students discussed with Deputy Minister of United Kingdom


DHARMA RAJ ADHIKARI / LONDON Problems facing by Nepali Students were discussed with Deputy Minister of the United Kingdom Lord Taylor during the meeting between representatives of various colleges, student unions and the Minister..

They held the meeting with Deputy Minister in Parliament building at the initiation of Managing Director of South London College Rajan Kandel. They also informed that the changed education system of the United Kingdom not only created problem to Private College but also spread negative message to the Education system of the United Kingdom.

Stating that the government has blocked the way for reaching to the University, they urged the government to immediately change such policies. They also informed that these policies have also been giving negative impression about the British education system.

Along with Kandel, advisor of The British College and representative of House of Lords Lord Sandwich, Principal of South London College Nick Andrew, Board Member Antony Wyler and student representative Surya Tamang participated in the discussion.

Tamang, who represented the Students during the meeting, informed that the student have been facing obstacles as the new policy do not recognize students studying in private college as real students. He also added that it is sad that the government has been barring students studying in Private College. “The policy of attending English test every year is irrelevant and expensive,” Tamang added. Along with deputy Minister Lord Taylor, representatives of Home Office James Turner was also present on the occasion. Deputy Minister Taylor informed that most of the demands put forward by Private Colleges are positive to some extend and also assured the representatives of private colleges that they would put forward the issues to higher authorities.

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