Since independence, India has made rapid strides in the education sector. It is known worldwide for nurturing the best possible talent in medicine, physics, chemistry, engineering, business, astronomy and many more. India has the largest education system in the world and is home to more than 400 universities, 16,000 colleges and 13 institutes of national importance. There are also many other vocational training institutes that offer a wide range of vocational courses. Some of the universities in India are now on par with the best universities from UK, USA, Australia or Canada.
India is proving to be an attractive destination for students from all over the world due to its fast growing economy, infrastructure and industrial scenario. Various Indian universities and colleges have seen an increase in the number of both domestic and foreign students joining their myriad courses. Before starting the study trip to India, foreign students should obtain valuable information on the desired courses, universities or colleges that offer them and the application process on the Internet or other reliable sources. In addition, it is advisable to find out about the cost of living, climatic conditions, accommodation options and dietary habits of the city where you will build your career.
In addition to numerous educational institutes and a wide variety of courses, studying in India offers many other advantages for students both domestically and abroad. First, the cost of education in India is much lower compared to other leading countries in the world. Because it is a huge country, the quality of education is not the same everywhere. But there are still a sufficient number of institutes and universities in India that provide world-class education and improve the country’s image on the global front. These include Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs), Indian Institutes of Management (IIMs), National Law Schools, Delhi University, Jawaharlal Nehru University, Annamalai University, Anna University and many more. There are also many private universities established in different regions of the country. Some of these are Amity University, VIT University, Symbiosis International and Sikkim Manipal University.
Opportunities to study in India are widened by the presence of some open universities that offer all kinds of courses in open, distance and remote learning modes. Although the country has so much to offer on the education front, many students are still willing to study abroad as it is reputedly a lifetime experience with golden opportunities to learn foreign languages, traditions, cultures and lifestyles. Since everyone is talking about globalization, studying in a foreign country can give your career a decisive advantage. Countries like the US, UK, Australia, China, France, Germany, Hong Kong and South Africa have opened the doors to millions of foreign students by liberalizing visa regulations and previously strict immigration regulations. Indian students make up the majority of these students, as you can imagine from the many applications lying in various foreign embassies in the country.
Whether you want to study in India or abroad, the opportunities are diverse with quality education, state-of-the-art infrastructure, experienced faculty and most importantly, the blending of different cultures. This is how you can truly build yourself as a citizen of the world.
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