HC Deb 07 June 1921 vol 142 c1699W
Captain GEE

asked the Secretary of State for India if students from India are compelled to enter mills and factories on the Continent of Europe and in the United States of America owing to lack of facilities in the United Kingdom; and, in view of the above facts, will he consider the advisability of obtaining facilities for Indian students to enter British mills and factories?


I am aware that there have been certain difficulties in obtaining in this country the facilities referred to in the question. A Committee, under the chairmanship of Lord Lytton, is now sitting to consider the whole question of the position of Indian students in this country, and this matter is included in the terms of reference.

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