The country of India is strongly in the golden territorial domain with respect to acceptance of multinational education. Because of the policy of the Indian Government and confusion in the regulation of the policies, the market of India scores low but still it is highly attractive. India counts in those nations about which everybody only loves to discuss about but nobody takes any kind of action for it. For several years, the Government of this country has been promising the people to permit the foreign providers to facilitate the country but it has never taken any heed on this agenda in the parliament.
The delay in the processes and the languor of the governance is known well to the observers of the outside countries. The government may be serious about many policies and many reforms but it never gave much attention to the foreign universities. For some cause or the other, the Government of India never showed that much of urgency to the allowance of Foreign Universities in the country. This thing becomes more unclear when nobody asks to the government that what the exact reason is.
But as seen from the facts and according to the outside India observers, this country definitely needs foreign education. Ii is because of the fact that each year, almost 150 thousands Indian students go abroad to study. They all total spend every year from about 10-17 billion US dollars on their education. This evidence makes it crystal clear that this country needs foreign universities. Interaction with the education businessmen of India has established the fact that they are very eager to shake their hands with the foreign universities to get their partnership. Moreover, the job givers of India generally keep on complaining that they do not get the level of graduates they need for the development of their companies.
But satisfaction in the mind of Indian academic administrators has minimized this factor which can create a response in this country. Students mostly prefer a opt for a foreign stamp on their certificates, on the other hand, they also want that that foreign university should be well known in India and their certificates to be locally recognized well. This can only become possible only when those foreign universities come to India. On the contrary, even if the Indian job providers complain about the education of their graduates, but they also do not want to employ graduates from foreign universities as they pose a risk for the company. This is because, once you are highly qualified, better companies will need you and the previous company always faces the risk to lose you anytime. Another reason why those companies do not prefer foreign graduates is because of the fact that recently, most of the jobs are based to serve the Indian market like education, insurance, banking and retail. These sectors need ground Indian realities to be churned in the graduate than English. In conclusion, Politics of Foreign Education is a complicated matter and requires a rigorous and fair discussion to deal with.