Indian students have a special tour of 10 Downing Street
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Coinciding with the visit of British Prime Minister David Cameron to India, a group of 30 Indian students currently doing their post-graduate studies in the UK had a special tour of the 10 Downing Street here.
The students were among the 60 'Jubilee Scholars' chosen from different states of India and they have been doing their post-graduation studies in different Universities.
Mark Herbert, Director Communications, British Council, who organised the visit yesterday said, "We welcome Indian students in the UK universities and 9 out of 10 told the] British Council that they have a great experience. Also, with 31 of the world's top 200 universities in the UK, getting a degree here gives young people a really strong start to their career."
Some of the students described their visit to 10 Downing Street as "amazing and unique."