8th November 2016 marked a historical date in India as Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi announced the demonetization of 500 and 1000 Rupee Banknotes. The two notes account for roughly 86% of all Rupees currently in circulation, and their withdrawal has created a profound cash crunch in the Indian economy. The move’s aim was to wash away the stock of “black money”.
It is time for you to fulfill your dreams of Studying Abroad. The feeling of curiosity mixed with excitement of exploring a new country, new environment and new people is overwhelming. But a major factor which you need to consider for international education is – MONEY ! We are talking about spending a currency having value higher than Indian Rupee.