Telugu Association of North America (TANA) president Mohan Nannapaneni has said it is regular for parents to send their wards to another country to seek highter education, particularly the United States, however they must make sure of the funds.
“The circumstance in the US has changed impressively. It is not the way it used to be 10 years back. Occupation opportunities have shrunk, Scholarships have been lessened, and showing helps have been cut drastically.
These issues can pose problems to students, and large portions of them have slipped into dejection and even endeavored suicide,” he said.
Almost 2.5 lakh students from Andhra Pradesh and Telangana seek different courses in the United States consistently. More than 70,000 understudies move to the US for every semester.
In a few colleges, 70 percent of students are from India, Mr. Nannapaneni included.
“Folks ought to send their wards to another country just in the event that they can manage the cost of the colossal charges charged by universities. Anticipating that students should work during weekends and meet their educational cost expenses can arrive them in a bad position. A few students are compelled to take up part-time jobs illegally, and all the while, anything can happen,” he said.
Mr. Nannapaneni additionally recommended that students moving to the US change their state of mind.
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