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An Indian Student’s Journey to America Begins Just Like This

Have you ever wondered how an Indian Student’s Journey to USA begins? It begins with a complex decision making process that only Indian’s can possibly understand.

The decision making circle, is large and ever growing. All it takes is one strong opinion from one of your trusted decision maker to derail the entire decision making process.

When an Indian student  have a shadow of an idea about Studying in USA, there is this cycle of convincing that has to take place within group “Trusted Decision Making Circle“.

Here’s how that decision making process could look like ( with a  funny element ).

Indian Student's Journey to America

 

Conclusion

Have you gone through similar decision-making cycle? I think pretty much each an every Indian student can relate to the above process.

  • For some students it maybe just their immediate family member.
  • For others it may take a lot of effort to convince your so-called “dad’s friend who you call as uncle”.
  • Sometime, it could be your mom’s sister or her husband.
  • Sometimes your puppy ( seriously kidding).

When a decision like sending a son or  a daughter to Study in USA comes into question, no stones will be left unturned, till everyone’s on board.

Guess what?

All it takes is a Strong Negative opinion from one person in the “Decision Making Circle” to derail the entire process at any stage of your journey to USA ( admission, F1 visa and travel to America).

[highlight type=”standard, dark”]That’s India. That’s complex decision-making process at work.  That’s how decisions are made and that’s how decision will be made. [/highlight]

 

For some, it make take weeks, months or even years to get “Yes Nod” from your “Decision Making Circle”.

So, what do you think about this India Student’s Journey to America Begins with “Decision Making Circle”. Let me know in the comments below. Share it with your “Decision Making Circle” in Facebook and Twitter.

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4 Comments

  1. R MARUTHI on September 3, 2015 at 1:51 AM

    TODAY POSITION FAMILY COMPLETIONS IS NOT THAT MUCH LENGTHY AS YOU SAID .BUT MOSTLY DEPENDS ON PARENTS AND STUDENTS AND THERE FINANCIAL POSITION PLAY MAJOR ROLE …R MARUTHI father of two childrens who recently completed MS in USA

  2. Charu Singh on September 16, 2014 at 5:25 AM

    This is exactly what happens here. And in the end, if you get to go abroad, your colony, entire family and 100s of people know about it 😀

  3. krishnadhar on September 8, 2014 at 12:59 AM

    Well what you said is right raghu. It took 8 long years to convince my parents… 🙂 so now started with the exams… 🙂

    • Raghuram Sukumar on September 8, 2014 at 10:08 AM

      Good luck. If you need direct access to me, you can join Hello America Course.

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