I have twice been rejected for a UK tourist visa. I have completed BSc Information Technology in Organisation from University of Southampton United Kingdom in July 2014.
First time the tourist visa was rejected because of financial inadequacy. We overcame this issue and applied for tourist visa again.
Second time was rejected:
I have considered the documentary evidence you have now submitted to show that you have savings and that your parents support you in India. However, I note you have not demonstrated any employment status or continuing studies or commitments which require your presence in India which casts doubts whether you will leave UK at the end of the proposed trip.
They also mentioned that my sister can visit me instead:
I appreciate that you wish to visit you sister however there is nothing insurmountable preventing her from visiting you in India. In view of the above, I am not satisfied that you plan to leave the UK at the end of your visit or that you are genuinely seeking entry as a visitor for a period not exceeding 6 months (Paragraph 41 (i)(ii) of HC 395 as amended).
I don't intend to stay in UK. I don't want to ruin my possibilities of touring around other countries in future. I just want to get rid of the refusal stain on my passport.
What's your suggestion?
Should I get employed in India or should I get involved in a masters program in India?
Which is the best option. What are the other options I should do as well and also how long should I wait to apply to get tourist visa so that I am clear of this blot so I can apply for a tourist visa to other countries without any worries in future?