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Yes-Education system in India is very good 35% (6)
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Study Abroad - India-The best place for study in world




Study Abroad --in India.

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After developing India as best medical tourism destination, now India preparing itself to become a top study destination for foreigners.
this will help further india's fastest growing economy:up:


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With more than 17,000 colleges, 400 universities, 13 institutes of national importance and various other vocational institutes, the higher education system in India is one of the largest in the world
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However, it is the fast integrating world economy and corresponding rise of students mobility that have made studying in India an attractive option. There are a large number of Indian as well as foreign students who apply every year to Indian universities and colleges. For all those who wish to study in India, it is very important to get prior and correct information about the courses that you would like to undertake, the university you want to apply to and how to go about the application procedure. For an international student, it is also important to know the accommodation facilities, weather conditions, food habits and cost of living in the city in which he or she intends to study.
The education system in India has savored a special bond between the teacher and the pupil since time unknown. In fact, India was the country to have established what we know as the 'gurukul' system of education. However, with the coming of the Britishers, English has become a part and parcel of Indian education system. Today English is the third major medium of instruction in India after Hindi and Marathi.
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Advantages of Studying in India:

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India is fast becoming a major economic power in the world today. And if its growth trend continues for some more years, it would soon be playing a major role in the world economy along with China. This itself has been a major cause of attraction for many international students. Moreover, India's successful stint with democracy (except the years between 1975-1977) has also been a major magnetic force for scholars around the world. However, apart from knowing India well, there are some other advantages that are attracting students to study in India. Some of these are
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Low Cost: The cost of education in India is quite low as compared to many other countries of the world.
Quality Education:Quality of education is not uniform throughout the length and breath of the country. However, there are some educational institutes in India that provide world class education. Indian Institutes of Technology, Indian Institutes of Management, Indian Institutes of Science, National Law Schools, Jawaharlal Nehru University and Delhi University are some such Institutes. The government of India is also speeding up the efforts to establish more such institutes that can offer quality education in India.
Financial Assistance: Various scholarships, education loans and other financial aids are now available for studying in India today.
Consultation Service: The governement of India provides consultation service to the interested international students through Education Consultants of India (Ed.CIL). Thus one can get all the information about the Indian education system, cost of education, duration, visa, accommodation facilities even before landing up in India.
Unique Courses: Apart from above mentioned advantages, one can also study some unique courses that were discovered and developed by the traditional knowledge system of India. Ayurveda, Sankrit, Yoga, Hindi are some such courses that enthuse many international sudents.
This page would cover the courses that persons of Indian origin, non resident Indians or for that matter people from abroad can opt for while studying in India. We have in fact tried to cover various professional colleges and their educational programs that will help people abroad understand the education system in India.


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Study Medicine in India
Study Engineering in India
Study Management in India
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India is one of the fastest growing economies in the world, and one of the most populous. Youll find unparalleled diversity there, from bustling cities to tranquil beaches, upscale hotels to dusty bazaars, and ancient temples to the legacies of colonial Britain. Twenty-two officially recognized languages are spoken, along with hundreds of others. Indias ethnic diversity makes it a fascinating place to experience a mixture of cultures, all under one metaphorical roof.

Over the past few years, there has been a sharp increase in the number of Americans studying abroad in India. Thanks to its rising status in the global economy, as well as its fascinating history, the country is a rich source for studies in business, economics, and linguistics, as well as cultural and development studies. There are hundreds of universities throughout the country offering a range of undergraduate, graduate, and professional-level programs, so check with your school for information about specific exchange programs and how to transfer credits.
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India offers an exciting pace of life in its lively urban centers, where many of its universities and colleges are located. Additionally, English is widely spoken. Prepare yourself for sensory overloadMumbai, Indias largest city, has a population density that is more than twice that of New York City. This can be exhausting or enthralling, depending on who you are.
Study Abroad in India: Delhi
Institutes of higher education in Indias capital (and second most populous city) include five medical colleges, eight engineering colleges, and six universities. Delhi is a fast-growing, cosmopolitan city, serving as a major political, cultural, and economic center.
Study Abroad in India: Mumbai
Home to Bollywood, the headquarters of several Indian and multinational companies, and central financial institutions, Mumbai attracts migrants and visitors from around the country and around the world. The city is also known for premier business, engineering, and technology schools, including the University of Mumbai
Study Abroad in India: Manipal
Nearly 20,000 students are enrolled in Manipals two universities and 24 professional colleges, including a top-ranked medical college and technology institute. Manipal is a relaxed college town located on the Malabar Coast in southwest India.
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Study Abroad in India: Bangalore
Known as the Silicon Valley of India, Bangalore is now the most rapidly growing major metropolis in India, thanks to the booming information technology, software, and biotechnology industries



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To the OP with due respect - it's just a dream and will remain a dream at least in our lifetime.

What humour me is the fact that people here on CD talk about IIT, IIS, IIMs as if everyone is getting into one in India. You may survey how many IITians, IISians, and IIM graduates remain in India. Also, even those who remain in India won't dream of a foreign placement. Yes, even in these recessionary times.

Again, a dream - far from reality.


 
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FEBPREET - you couldn't have said it better. You are NOT in a dream like state and see things as with as much realism as you can. Of course, there might be brickbats that might come your way but that's OK. Truth can not be hidden!

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To the OP with due respect - it's just a dream and will remain a dream at least in our lifetime.

What humours me is the fact that people here on CD talk about IIT, IIS, IIMs as if everyone is getting into one in India. You may survey how many IITians, IISians, and IIM graduates remain in India. Also, even those who remain in India won't dream of a foreign placement. Yes, even in these recessionary times.

Again, a dream - far from reality


 
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The fact is that thosands of the students leave India EVERY year to pursue studies in USA and Australia because they know that Indian education is useless in practical world and here he is posting some nonsense with "white" faces in the pictures.



The primary and main reason of Indian students going to USA/Australia/Canada is to get the immigration easily. If someone want to compare the education standard, just check out the course contents of any grade of India and Canada/Australia/USA. Any average student from India can easily score top marks here in Canada but its not true the other way.

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The fact is that thosands of the students leave India EVERY year to pursue studies in USA and Australia because they know that Indian education is useless in practical world and here he is posting some nonsense with "white" faces in the pictures.



The primary and main reason of Indian students going to USA/Australia/Canada is to get the immigration easily. If someone want to compare the education standard, just check out the course contents of any grade of India and Canada/Australia/USA. Any average student from India can easily score top marks here in Canada but its not true the other way.



I completely disagree with you. You should just google and find out how many patents are registered by Indians compared to American. Also just try to find out how many new medcines are invented by Indians compared to Americans.

Out of billion people, if a few who gets in to IIM or IIT are better than their counter parts, it is nothing great. On average an Indian student or graduate lacks the communication skills and confidence. I guess this thread again will be going to be about which education system is better. Let me say at the outset that I do not deride Indian education system but I absolutely believe that Noth American education system is much better in the sense that it develops overall personality of a person in addition to providing excellent education. That is the reason Americans have won many more Noble prize in science and medicine while India is nowhere in picture. With the kind of socio economic picture that India has, I do not think they will have any significant contribution in next couple of decades.


 
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On average an Indian student or graduate lacks the communication skills and confidence. I guess this thread again will be going to be about which education system is better. Let me say at the outset that I do not deride Indian education system but I absolutely believe that Noth American education system is much better in the sense that it develops overall personality of a person in addition to providing excellent education.
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I agree with above statement and my personal view/findings after working here in NA (different age groups,all levels including C level executives).For sure there are exceptions and please treat this as my personal opinion only :)


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Agree with OP, it is still better than Ethiopia ,Sudan and some Eastern Bloc countries. I hope this is what you see in the picture. I have seen students in my hometown from those countries.

Re-write the title as "India, a better place to study".

Trust me, the whole world one or other way revolves around North America. I know lot us will defy this with utmost resistance and disagreement.

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The primary and main reason of Indian students going to USA/Australia/Canada is to get the immigration easily. If someone want to compare the education standard, just check out the course contents of any grade of India and Canada/Australia/USA. Any average student from India can easily score top marks here in Canada but its not true the other way.



Completely agree with you.
School education in NA just sucks:down:

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Agree with OP,

Some people may have negative view about Indian Education system.

Thanks MGuptaji, you always find something interesting!

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