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MereExams: 30K students from Nepal & Africa to be benefitted

New Delhi, Apr 29 (UNI) With the recent government efforts to attract foreign students to India, one of the ed-tech start-up working in the areas of education ‘MereExams’ has tied up with Nepalese Students Helping Hands(NSHH) & African Student Association in India to provide proper career & education guidance to these students.
The team from MereExams after studying their interests would help out these students through different channels such as webinars, online support on the website & on call on the type of university, courses, stream to choose, opportunities in the discipline, when to apply, fee structure, & other academic related queries etc.
This would benefit approx 30,000 students who come to India in search of quality education.
The composition of India's overseas student body has changed drastically over the last 15 years. Nigeria is still the fourth biggest source country for foreign students in India, even though the share of African students coming to India has been declining. According to the All India Survey of Higher Education (AISHE) 2011‐12, Nepal contributed the highest percentage of foreign students in India with officially 45,424 foreign students enrolled in India in 2015-16.
According to Karan Sachdeva, Co-founder, MereExams, “The objective of our tie-up with Nepalese Students Helping Hands(NSHH) & African Student Association has been to provide proper guidance to these students. With the help of these associations, we are trying to address the issues faced by these students.
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