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India will launch Ind-SAT, similar to SAT in USA, to attract students from Asian and African countries

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India will launch Ind-SAT, similar to SAT in USA, to attract students from Asian and African countries 

New Delhi, 03 February 2020: The Government of India will soon launch Ind-SAT Exam under its Study in India to woo students from  Asian and African countries. Ind-SAT Exam will be held in in Asian and African countries.

It shall be used for benchmarking foreign candidates who receive scholarships for studying in Indian higher education centres. Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman while presenting the Budget 2020-21 on 03 February 2020 informed about the new initiative of the government.

SAT (Scholastic Assessment Test) is very popular test in the USA for international students.

Ind-SAT will be an exam for Asian and African countries to help make India a higher education destination.

In 2019, the total number of foreign students enrolled in higher education in India is 47,427.

The foreign students come from 164 different countries from across the globe. The top 10 countries constitute 63.7% of the total foreign students enrolled.

 Highest share of foreign students come from the neighbouring countries of which Nepal is 26.88% of the total, followed by, Afghanistan (9.8%), Bangladesh (4.38%), Sudan (4.02%), Bhutan constitutes (3.82%) and Nigeria (3.4%).

Now the government of India aims at attracting students from other Asian and African countries.

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