Students or agents, who is at fault?


By Uma Sudhir

Even as there is confusion and concern about the extent of involvement of Indian students in the Tri-Valley University immigration fraud, the complicity of consultancy firms that lured students to Tri-Valley is being questioned in Andhra Pradesh, from where came 95 per cent of the students of Tri-Valley.

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About t s sudhir & uma sudhir

Uma Sudhir and T S Sudhir are senior journalists, based in Hyderabad. Both work for NDTV. Uma is a Tamilian, who was educated in
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2 Responses to Students or agents, who is at fault?

  1. ijswamy says:

    Tri Valley , Agents , Students are all at some fault .
    Parents of students also are at fault . They want to make their wards “foreign returned- earn to six figure salary per month and and a lavish dowry ” .Please note that not a single girl is wearing the electronic tag .

  2. Serenity Stupidity says:

    Dear Uma,

    It Ought Be, a Natural Responsibility of Our Society, to ensure, that our Young Persons, do not Spill and Spam, into Countries like U.S.A.
    It is a Matter of National Civilization.

    Yes, Civilization. “Prestige”, is one of the words Inappropriately brought into the picture. The Only “Use”, being Whinging and Whining, Cribbing and Cringing, Belated Bleating … Usually by the Some Citizens / Media first, and then The Government Whimpering about.

    Usually, the last word heard, is the “should be” .. err would be” response, by the A.P Minister Concerned.

    “Weak Kneed” response by the Government, to such “Powers” as U.S.A becomes a staple diet , for most Channels and Journalists.

    Orphans, Students and “Students”, In India, Have Hence, many aspects in common.

    Among the Teeming Millions, Between Blames and Bucks, this Rut Hardly finds a ray at the end of the tunnel. For, the Buck Hardly stops anywhere.

    Thank You, for the Coverage, as regards this University.

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