In a significant move benefiting Indian students, Italy has agreed to allow an additional 12-month stay for those completing their degrees. The Union Cabinet, chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, granted ex-post facto approval to the migration and mobility agreement between India and Italy. The agreement aims to strengthen people-to-people contacts, promote mobility of students, and enhance cooperation on issues related to irregular migration, the Press Information Bureau (PIB) reported on Wednesday.  The Italian visa regime's current provisions, including post-study opportunities, internships, and professional training, will be secured under the Flows Decree, giving India an advantage.