Stories Tagged 'Education consultancies'
Despite lobby from the umbrella bodies of education consultancies, a parliamentary committee on Friday endorsed a bill to amend the Foreign Investment and Technology Transfer Act, allowing foreign investment in the education consultancy service.
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A committee under the Ministry of Education, formed to probe the wrongdoings of the consultancies which sent hundreds of students to Australia for a nursing degree in an unaccredited institute, has concluded its investigation without recommending any actions against the involved education consultancies.
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Education consultancies have intensified lobbies to put pressure on a probe team under the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology to not recommend action against them for sending hundreds of students to an unaccredited institute in Australia and putting their futures in limbo.
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Following widespread criticism from various quarters, four rival umbrella bodies of the consultancies came together on Wednesday in an attempt to pacify the anger among the affected students and their parents following the deregistration of Australian Institute of Business and Technology last week.
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The operators of educational consultancies who were arrested on Tuesday on charges of fraud, document forgery and illegal operation have been remanded to custody for investigation.
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