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New Visa Policies causes shut down of Tasmac London

Updated on Mon, 12 December 2011 at 18:12 IST

Tasmac ( Training and Advanced Studies in Management and Communication Limited ) which runs private institutes in Pune, Kolkata and Bangalore successfully sets overseas institute in London in 2002. Due to changing visa policies of US government the institute was receiving less students. According to the new visa policy students studying in private institutes cannot work part time and discontinuation of post study work visa. The institute declared bankruptcy and shut down. The institute runs BA ( Hons ) and 16 months MBA program. The institute has offered the option for students to study in their Indian institutes or they are in talk with the institutes affiliated to university of Wales to accommodate these students. They have to talk on the fees accommodation. Tasmac will not be able to help students who wants to study outside university of wales.

Tasmac has mailed all students and are in touch with them to help them out in all possible ways.

By Rashmi Priya


 
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