The Australian Government has included India in the Low Risk category (category-2). This will provide relief to Indian students. It will be easy for them to get admission in Australia‘s 40 universities. Visa rules of Indian students also have become simpler. Nepal and Sri Lanka are also in this category with India.In 2008, India was included into the High Risk category. Things were that the students of India could take visas only after easily enrolling in 8-10 Universities. These institutions also included University of Technology Sydney, Melbourne University, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, University of New South Wales among others.At the same time, it was difficult to obtain a visa in other institutions. Every document of the students was not only cross checked, but the rules were very strict. If Indian students were take admission to any other institute or college in addition to these universities, most of them did not accept the visa.The Visa Officer can ask the student verbally. Now documents are not needed. Apart from this the problem of IELTS is also reduced. Now if the education institution is satisfied that the applicant students are good in English then IELTS is not mandatory, a visa application can be made directly. The Visa Officer can cross check in the interview that if a student is fluent in English only after their satisfaction will he issue the visa.Every year 40 thousand students from India go to Australia to take education. There are 25 thousand Punjabi in it. Following strictness on behalf of Australia, students of Punjabi origin had turned to Canada. Seeing the details of the past year, Australia has included students of India in Category II.
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