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5 Indian universities to teach country’s history to US-based students

University Grants Commission

Five Indian universities have received grants from the University Grants Commission (UGC) to create the Connect India Program (CIP), a revolutionary new initiative that plans to educate US-based students on the cultural and societal histories of India. Jawaharlal Nehru University, and the Universities of Calcutta, Delhi, Hyderabad, and Mysore are all part of the pilot program that hopes to bring ... Read More »

Stanford scholars find varying quality of education in BRICs

By Brooke Donald In an effort to create world-class university systems, Brazil, Russia, India and China are funneling resources to higher education institutions. Stanford scholars look at the effects of such an expansion and whether these grads can compete in the global knowledge economy. America may have legitimate competitive reasons to worry about the number of computer science and engineering ... Read More »

Indian universities race to attract East African students


India’s higher education sector is back in the East African region determined to reclaim its place as the leading destination for students from the region. Indian universities are holding workshops in East African capitals for potential students and parents, appointing recruiting agents and aggressively advertising opportunities on offer in their colleges. Topping in the race to net East African students ... Read More »

Afghan students flock to India’s universities

Afgan students

Low cost of living, easy-to-obtain visas, and cultural similarities attract Afghans to Indian universities. Upon arriving in India, the first place Arif Ahmady visited was the Taj Mahal. But it was hope for a better future that enticed Ahmady to leave his home in Kabul, Afghanistan last February. The second place he visted was Delhi University. Now he is busy ... Read More »

Saudi students search for seats at Indian universities


Saif M. Al-Harithy is a 23-year-old Saudi who works as a manager at a Jubail real estate and construction firm. The national company has a substantial Saudi work force, mostly young graduates from Western universities. Al-Harithy is the only employee from amongst his peers who went to India to pursue higher studies. “I got my masters in business administration at ... Read More » • Free Website Templates - Downlaod Full Themes