Dubai CEO asks students to choose colleges with fewer Indians, sparks debate

Dubai CEO asks students to choose colleges with fewer Indians, sparks debate
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NEW DELHI: A Dubai-based CEO has sparked an online debate with her post suggesting that students should apply to international universities that have fewer Indian students.

In an article on this university. plus this university should be at the bottom of your list of places to join. A large Indian community of students does not give a feeling of “friendliness”.

Explaining her position, Pattar highlighted what she calls “toxic Indian patterns” within the community, such as excessive drama, lack of professionalism, lack of positive role models, lack of leadership or mentorship for juniors, self-centered behavior, cliques, gossip, and a lack of seriousness about the future.

Pattar further emphasized, “If you are planning to leave the country, also make sure you stay away from this mindset, attitude and nature of people. You shouldn’t need such people around you to “feel at home.” if this is the case, you might as well not move abroad. »

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The post garnered more than eight million views online, drawing both agreement and criticism. Some users supported his view, emphasizing the importance of broadening and avoiding comfort zones within familiar communities, while others countered that personal success abroad depends on hard work. individual rather than the ethnicity or background of fellow students.

One user said: “I respectfully disagree. Having a community of Indian students can provide a sense of familiarity and support, especially in a new country. It’s about finding the right balance between comfort and exposure to diverse perspectives.” Another user said: “Every country must have its own toxic patterns. You studied abroad; what toxic patterns have you noticed among students in other countries?

While the other said: “I couldn’t agree more with you. In 2011 I went to Australia to work in a hospital and there the most toxic and envious people towards Indians were only Indians. It was a shock for me once I arrived. there and until the moment I left Australia, I couldn’t accept it.

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