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Study In India

Study In India

India has always been the top most destination for Higher Education for Nepalese students. Thousands of students from Nepal migrate every year in different parts of India to fulfil their dream of quality education. For Nepalese students India has been proved a primary target and an educational hub through which they could easily fulfil the dream of international degree and global career. India stands among top countries that provide quality education at affordable price.

  1. Education

    The Indian Education system is the world’s third largest Higher Education System with more than 800 universities, 39,000 colleges and a capacity of enrolling more than a whopping 20 million students. Higher Education Institutions in India offer courses/degrees that are competitive in the world market in terms of quality but are delivered at one fourth the cost, hence guaranteeing value-for-money education. The Indian Education system is vast in size, as well as its academic offerings. A vibrant and diverse education system means a wide variety of courses are available -- from the modern and cutting edge to the traditional. Indian education ranges from exposure to the latest advancements of science and technology like Virtual and Augmented Reality, Artificial Intelligence and Cognitive Computing to Yoga, Ayurveda, Sanskrit and classical dances. This vastness of the Indian education system directly translates to enhanced opportunities for its students and global learning for an all-round academic and personal development. A burgeoning IT and Services sector has led to a robust placement oriented education as about 200 of the Fortune 500 companies hire regularly from Indian campuses.

  2. A hub of innovation, creativity and leadership

    India has been and continues to be home to innovation, creativity and leadership. The strength of India’s education system may be gauged from the fact that the world’s leading companies are being helmed by products of Indian education system such as Satya Nadella, CEO, Microsoft an alumni of Manipal Academy of Higher Education, Sundar Pichai, CEO, Google Inc studied at Indian Institute of Technology in Kharagpur, Ajaypal Singh Banga President and the CEO, MasterCard has a degree from St Stephen’s College, Delhi University, Rajeev Suri, CEO of Nokia has studied in Manipal Academy of Higher Education and Indira Nooyi, CEO of Pepsi Co is an alumnus of Indian Institute of Management-Calcutta. Some of the leading world leaders and diplomats have also graduated from Indian colleges and universities such as Aung San Suu Kyi incumbent State Counsellor of Burma, graduated from Lady Shri Ram College, Delhi University; Hamid Karzai, former president of Afghanistan studied at Himachal Pradesh University; Bingu Wa Mutharika, former President of Malawi earned his degree from Shri Ram College of Commerce, Delhi University; Olusegun Obasanjo, former President of Nigeria and Sitiveni Rabuka, former PM of Fiji studied at Defence Services Staff College, Wellington; Baburam Bhattarai - Former PM of Nepal studied at School of Planning and Architecture and Jawaharlal Nehru University; Jigme Khesar Namgyal Wangchuk, King of Bhutan, Lieutenant General Frederick William Kwasi Akuffo, former Head of the State of Ghana and General Hussain Muhammad Ershad, former President of Bangladesh all have graduated from National Defence College, Manouchehr Mottaki former Iranian Foreign Minister studied at Bangalore University; John Samuel Malecela, former PM of Tanzania graduated from Bombay University.

  3. There are many reasons why students mostly from Nepal visit India for further education.

    • Nepal and India always had a friendly relation and has proved themselves as good neighbours.
    • Nepal also shares its culture and religion with India.
    • Almost seven million Nepalese are either permanently settled or are employed in different parts of India.
    • Some 40,000 brave Nepali Gurkha soldiers are currently employed by the Indian Govt. to protect its borders against any foreign aggression.
    • Indian is a secular country, which means no single religion is favoured and all are treated with respect and dignity. One can practice and preach his/ her religion without any fear of suppression.
    • Citizens of Nepal and India can visit each other’s country without the requirements of visa.
    • India’s recent robust economic growth has attracted many foreign companies to start in business, which ultimately created a huge demand for employment.
    • Qualified Nepalese graduates can be easily consumed in the vast Indian market.

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