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Why India has 50,000+ International students coming to study here ?

Updated: Oct 4, 2019

#IncredibleIndia Let's have a look at primary reasons for the same.

1. WHY INDIA? India's system of higher education is third largest in the world. While the engineering schools have been the flag bearers of the India's higher education, in keeping with the times and the skill needs of the global workforce India universities are offering a host of other courses such as Masters in Business Administration, Sciences, Liberal Arts, Artificial Intelligence, Medical Science , Journalism among others. As a result, many of its higher education institutions figure in the top #100AsianUniversities as per QS and The World University rankings of 2018. At the same time, interesting and niche courses such as Yoga, Ayurveda or Buddhism are also on offer. A rising economic power with a rapidly growing diverse economy, the Indian economy is ranked sixth in the world is also world's second largest democracy. Home to some fortune 500 companies such as Indian Oil, Reliance Industries and State Bank of India (SBI), it also has start-ups such as Flipkart, Ola and PayTM which are disrupting norms to create and innovate and adding to India's incredible growth story in the world stage.Delhi being the capital of India has been a hub to many International students from past many years while states like Punjab, Maharashtra, Karnataka and Tamil Nadu have been able to attract maximum number of International students.

Most of the #HigherEducation is delivered in #English which can offer an ease of communication which would be enjoyed by an overseas student. Rich culture, beautiful landscape that ranges from Great #Himalayas in the North to the rocks of Kanyakumari, from the great Rann of Kutch in the West to the abode of clouds in the East, wildlife, beaches and its varied cuisines will make studying in India a memorable experience for you. Many Indian universities are placed in luxurious natural campuses, celebrating host of festivals and events, opportunities to experience local cultures and traditions will ensure an exciting campus life.If you are looking to experience culture, art, tradition, heritage, history, innovation and creativity and be part of a dynamic education system, India is the place to be!

2. Land of Culture, Art and Religion India is the seventh-largest and is set to become, demographically the youngest nation in the world by 2030. With 29 states and 7 union territories and as many as 22 official languages, religions such as hinduism, islam, sikhism, buddhism, jainism and christianity India truly embodies the spirit of unity in diversity! The country, its people, art, culture, heritage and the education system blends tradition and modernity seamlessly.India believes in "Vasudhaiva kutumbakam" (the world is a family). A secular nation, tolerant of each other's beliefs, customs and values it celebrates #diwali (hindu festival of lights), #eid (islamic religious festival) and #christmas (birth of jesus christ) among others with equal fervor. Art forms such as dance and music are integral to #India. Bharatnatyam, odisi, kathakali, kathak, kuchipudi are various dance forms and hindustani and carnatic are two major music styles which celebrates India's heritage. World famous dancers uday shankar and pandit birju maharaj to musicians such as ravi shankar, zubin mehta and #oscar winner AR Rahman; award-winning authors such as amitava ghosh, arundhati roy, kiran desai, salman rushdie all underline the rich cultural legacy of India

What are you waiting for. Lets get your bags packed and get you to INDIA!!!

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