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Union Budget 2019: Govt proposes Study in India programme to attract foreign students

IndiaTimes Friday, 5 July 2019
Presenting the first Budget of the Modi government in its second term, she said a draft legislation for higher education commission will be presented. India has potential to become educational hub, she said while proposing Study in India programme to attract foreign students. The finance minister also said that a National Sports Education Board will be set up under the Khelo India scheme.
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