- India’s official name the Republic of India.
- India is an incredible country having profound beauty with diversity in the culture.
- India is a secular country with number of religions, but some of the common religions are Hindu, Muslim, Sikh and Christians.
- In 1991, India adopted a market based on economy and has be since become one of the fastest growing economies in the world.
- India is a part of the Asian continents, along with China, Japan and other countries.
- In India about 850 languages are there, majorly every state has its different language, and more to our surprise 1600 languages are there in the country.
- India has become an autonomous country after independence.
- India is the 7th largest country in the world and has over 3 million square kilometers of land, 9.6% of the land is occupied by water.
- India has the 10th highest GDP in the world with $1.947 trillion; however, their per capita GDP is ranked 140th in the world and is only $1,592.
- India has the largest population of vegans in comparison to other countries..
- India is the major buyer of gold in the world.
Why study in India
- India’s educational system is as vast and diverse just like the country itself.
- While living in India can be challenging for international students, as India has a high crime rate.
- India is an affordable country when it comes to expenses.
- India is one of the oldest civilizations, the birth giver to four top religions in the world.
- India has diversity of cultures, languages, and traditions, and breathtaking natural beauty – from the Himalayas to the deserts of Rajasthan and Rann of Kutch.
- India has so much to offer students as India is rapidly growing in economy sector of the world.
- From well defined infrastructure to highly qualified teaching professionals and world class learning environment.
- Education Ministry of India is trying to improve the education system in the country for the better future of the coming generation.
- India’s educational system is as encompassing whether its history or the present scenario growth is a common factor for the betterment of education in the country.
- India is also moving forward towards the digital technology and competing with the developed countries very well.
- India is the home of the world’s largest distance learning university (IGNOU) Indira Gandhi National Open University, with 3.5 million students at the present.
India’s higher the education system has 575 university level institutions, including:
- 42 central universities, which are the controlled by National Department of the Higher Education.
- 243 state universities, which are the run by state Governments.
- 130 deemed universities, they are autonomous.
- 53 private universities with their own rules and regulations.
- 33 institutes which majorly focus on science and technology.
Tuition fee of some top courses in India ranges from:
- Average tuition fee of MBA in India ranges from 1 lakh to 20 lakhs.
- Average tuition fee of MBBS in India range from 1 lakh to 50 lakhs.
- Average tuition fee of PGDM in India range from 10 lakh to 17 lakhs.
Other courses like B.Tech, BBA, B.Com etc all courses ranges the same in tuition fee from college to college.
Eligibility for Bachelor’s and Master’s:
- For bachelor’s – 10th and 12th from a recognized educational board like CBSE & ICSE.
- For master’s – 10th and 12th mark sheets with a bachelor degree from a recognized university.