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India is country known for its diverse culture and religion; a democratic country where respect is given to every religion and language. That’s what makes it a place to live and cherish. It is popular tourist destination and is home to one of the Seven Wonders of the World – β€œTaj Mahal”: epitome of love.

The remains of the first claimed civilization- Mohenjodaro and Harrapa were found here. With different climatic conditions, ancient sculptures, preserved historic monuments and culture variation with every state you cross, intrigues you to come here.

Though, these factors make it a place where anyone would like to live but there is an ancient practice that is still being followed which makes India a competitive place- its education system. The Education system in India can be traced back to 500 B.C and is evident from the kind of discoveries that have been made here.


India currently has over 150 central universities, 316 state universities, and 191 private universities. Other institutions comprise 33,623 colleges, including 1,800 exclusive women’s colleges and approximately 12,748 Institutions that offer Diploma Courses.

India is indeed a pedigree in terms of education. Numerous courses are offered here in- Engineering, Medical, fashion, Science, Commerce, Humanities and Management. Apart from these, there are several vocational courses as well through which many people have been benefitting and have helped in improving their standard of living.


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Indian Universities are worldwide recognized. The Universities / Institutions offering professional and technical courses in India require recognition by the national level statutory bodies established for maintaining the quality standards in higher education system.

No, Indian Universities do not have the necessity for the above scores. Since, the academic courses are taught in English, proficiency in English is a must, for which you should have studied for qualifying examination in English or it should have been one of the subjects in your last studied course.

Scholars Abroad acts as an intermediary between international students and local Indian Colleges. Additionally, Indian Institutes have foreign student advisers, who are available for assistance.

Most of the Indian Institutes have their own in-campus health centers where the students are treated for minor ailments. However, for some serious ailments, the students will have to be treated at hospitals outside the campus; though it is advisable that International Students must have a health Insurance.

It is if your course requirement is so but in case of provisional student visa no extension is possible.