The British Government was looking forward for good relations with India in the areas of business, education and industry, British Deputy High Commissioner Richard Hyde said while interacting with students of Andhra University here on Monday.
He explained the good prospects the Indian students have in the UK. As many as 120 UK universities were offering fellowships to bright students from India, he said. The British universities would offer only subjects that were contemporary and useful to society, Mr. Hyde said.
AU College of Engineering principal G.S.N. Raju presided.
Registrar V. Umamaheswara Rao, Principal of AU College of Pharmacy S. Ganapathi, Principal of AU College of Science and Technology V. Veeraiah and Dean (guest houses) D.S. Prakasa Rao participated in the meeting.
‘As many as 120 UK universities are offering fellowships to bright students from India.’