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No Respite: Foreign Educational Institutes Wait 8 Years For An India Campus Nod

The proposal to allow foreign institutes to set up campuses in India has been pending approval due to lack of consensus.

Eight years ago, foreign educational institutions anticipated the biggest change in the education policy in the country. The Foreign Educational (Regulations of Entry and Operations) Bill 2010 proposed to allow international institutes to enter India and set up campuses in the country. However, it has been a long wait since then because the law makers could not come to a consensus on the model.

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