Continuous Slide Of Indian Rupee And Worry For The Indian Students In Abroad Universities
By Neelima Shankar
Aug 27, 2013
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Indian students, who are studying in foreign countries are worried about the falling of INR against different currencies. Now, students have been forced to reassess their loans, since they may need more money to pay for their courses. One of the students, who has applied for his course in the UK, said that the value of the British Pound was 90 INR and in September 2013, he is going to get his seat and by that time, he should pay the entire course amount. Today, the GBP costs 100 INR. This should be a heavy burden on the shoulder of the Indian students.

Most of the students are going for their higher education, with their education loan. Now, they need to arrange additional money to bridge the difference. It has become very difficult for the students to spare money for the daily expenses. Even the off campus part time jobs are not available for many students.

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