India is home to dozens of communities, languages and several religions. India is a major power in Asia and is on its way to becoming a world power, like China or Germany. India’s system of higher education is the second largest in the world with more than 800 universities, 39,000 colleges and a capacity of enrolling more than a whopping 20 million students.
India is fifth most represented nation in the global rankings. With its better resources and plans, India successfully established itself as an education hub with foray of top notch universities and institution recognized all around the world.it attracts students from across the world, exposing Nepali students with multicultural classrooms with affordable prices. The Indian education system comes with a pool of options of courses with scholarship schemes which covers integrated courses depending on one’s choice.
The options to study in India which is affordable for international students and tuition fees are less compared to other countries as most universities are government-funded, the government funding makes it possible for international students.. More than 30,000 tuition fee waivers are given to deserving students. Nepali students are also awarded various scholarships, about 3000, every year, either by the government of the university themselves.
India has two languages: Hindi and English. As India becomes more of a global player, the use of English outside of cities is rapidly developing. India believes in “Vasudhaiva kutumbakam” (the world is a family. A secular nation, tolerant of each other’s beliefs, customs and values it. . We share a lot of cultural similarities, Indian movies and songs are favorites among many here.
The options to study are also numerous. The most common and preferred courses are MBA study, Medical study, Nursing study, Computer science study, and engineering study in India. The Indian Institutes of Management (IIMS) are top management institutions. Similarly, nursing aspirants can study from an ocean of different choices of nursing, which are not available in Nepal.
Mumbai is the capital of the state of Maharashtra and the most populous city in India, home to approximately 18.4 million people. The top universities in India, including the Indian Institute of Technology Bombay (IIT Bombay), which is India’s third-highest representative in the latest QS University Rankings: BRICS are located here.
Delhi, India’s capital territory, is a massive metropolitan area in the country’s north. Delhi is also a major hub for higher education, claiming many of the top universities in India. The city is home to the University of Delhi, Jawaharlal Nehru University and Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University, among others.
Chennai is the capital of Tamil Nadu, in the south of India, a state which is famed for its education system and which boasts the highest literacy rates in India. The city is a worthy destination for those with an interest in technology, and the automotive industry in particular.
India’s third most populous city, Bangalore (officially ‘Bengaluru’) became capital of Mysore State. Several of India’s leading specialist institutions can be found in Bangalore, including the National Institute of Fashion Technology; the National Institute of Design, Bangalore; the International Institute of Information Technology, Bangalore; and the National Law School of India University
Located in the state of Uttar Pradesh in the north of the country, Kanpur is among India’s old and significantly industrial cities. There are several universities in Kanpur, as well as a selection of engineering institutions. The Indian Institute of Kanpur was one of the earliest Indian Institutes of Technology to be established.