Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi addressed the Indian Community in Paris Yesterday on 14th July, during his grand two-day visit to France. This two-day visit is considered a historic visit for several agreements in the field of Education, Study-Jobs, and making the Indian Rupee a Global Currency. Indian Students now can stay in France for Job options by getting a five years post-study work visa.
In an agreement meeting with France President Emmanual Macron, Indian Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi made several agreements on his historic two-day grand visit to France. These agreements consist of several new initiatives including Post- Study Work Visa and Payments in Rupees for Indian Tourists by UPI. The foreign secretary Vinay Mohan Kwatra highlighted the 63 bullet points of the bilateral meeting in a joint statement.
PM Modi also addressed the Indian Community at La Seine Musicale In Paris. He said by addressing the program – “Indian students studying in France had been given 2 years post study work Visa when I came to France last time. Now the students will be given five years of Post Study -work visa”.
What is a Post Study Work Visa?
This is a time-extending visa that allows international students to stay for a few years to find a job and earn experience. This visa is offered to International students by those countries in which the students are studying and want to stay there for more years.
The visa consists of the terms and conditions of the countries and their local governments. The countries in the majority have set a mandatory that students will have to ensure that their jobs must be related to their earned degree.
Indian Students Numbers in France.
Unfortunately, the students going abroad to study are being trapped by educational brochures in the Economic, Mental, Educational, and Technical Processes of a Visa after reaching a foreign. Recently several reports have uncovered many stories in Canada, Australia, and other countries. This decreases the interests, faith, and numbers of students in foreign countries.
But after Covid-19, interestingly, the number of Indian students in France has increased steadily. More than 6,000 thousand students opted for France for their studies. An estimated data shows 40% of students in Masters courses, 21% in undergraduate courses, and 39% of students have been enrolled in higher studies, including Ph.D. courses.