|Author: Purna Prasad Sharma 12 May 2016 Member Level: Silver Points : 1 (Rs 1) Voting Score: 0|
No, no need to acquired Visa to study in nepal but some govt. colleges or institutes require verification of your documents from from the government of India and it is in case of state government only otherwise there is no any other restriction even on staying,working and pursuing.Only one can't acquire land over there with out having national residential certificates called nagrikta.
|Author: Mahesh 12 May 2016 Member Level: Gold Points : 3 (Rs 3) Voting Score: 0|
As per the Indian treaty with the Nepal and Bhutan and many other similar countries, you don't need VISA to visit the country. Also in order to work their officially you'd need some declaration document. However there is nothing that can stop you from taking education and job. There is also treaty provision that protects your right in both countries on social and civil level. You wont be able to vote and acquire properties unless you get the citizenship. You can go ahead and apply to the universities or the job in nepal. And they should process the application like any other candidate in the country.
|Author: Juana 13 May 2016 Member Level: Diamond Points : 4 (Rs 4) Voting Score: 0|
Indian students looking to pursue higher education in Nepal do not require a Visa. In fact, Indians can travel to the neighbouring country without a passport. However, Indian students will be required to furnish some document that authenticates their nationality, at the time of admission. An attested copy of the passport is acceptable as are Aadhar card, Driver's License and Voter's card etc. The document that is submitted as nationality proof be a photo identity card, with the applicant's name and date of birth clearly mentioned on it. The identity card must be issued by the Government of India or a State Government.
In addition to nationality proof, an aspiring student must have completed class XII from a recognized Board, if he is applying for an undergraduate course. For admission in a postgraduate program, the applicant should have qualified an undergraduate course. Similarly, PhD aspirants should have a PG degree.
|Author: Partha Kansabanik 13 May 2016 Member Level: Diamond Points : 3 (Rs 3) Voting Score: 0|
Indian students aspiring to pursue higher studies in Nepal do not require visa. Indian citizens can visit Nepal or Bhutan even without a passport. However, Indian students are required to furnish documents which establish their nationality, at the time of admission. Attested copy of Passport/Aadhar Card/Election ID Card/Driving License, etc. of the student, is accepted to establish nationality.
In addition, aspiring students have to fulfil the eligibility conditions prescribed in respect of particular courses.