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WHY STUDY IN INDIA?
* Largest Higher Education System in the world
* Widest spectrum of courses
* Quality of education offered by Indian Institutions is globally recognized.
* More than 310 Universities and 15500 colleges of higher learning
* Affordable world class higher education
* Indian Degrees are recognized worldwide
* Medium of instructions in higher education is primarily English
* Indian education is based on personalized approach to teaching
* Feel at home
* All round development

Give information about Higher Education in India.
In the Indian system, higher education includes the education imparted after the 10+2 stage ( 10 years of primary and secondary education followed by 2 years of higher secondary education.)

The Bachelor's degrees(1st degree), is obtained after
1. 3 years study in arts,
2. 4 years in the most professional degrees
3. 4 & ˝ years in case of medicine and
4. 5/6 years in case of law.

The Master's program
1. 2 years in case of MBA
2. 3 years in case of M. Tech/ MD/MS/MDS/MCA

The Research degrees (M. Phil and Ph. D) take variable time depending upon the Individual students.

(The Master's Program or Postgraduate degree programs involve 2-3 years of study after Bachelor's degrees (1st degree)

Is the course internationally recognized?

Indian Degrees are recognized worldwide. Over 210 of the Fortune 510 companies recruit from Indian campuses regularly.

What are the eligibility criteria to study in India?
A. You must possess Senior Secondary / GCE `A' level / any other examination equivalent to 12 years of schooling in India, with sufficient knowledge of English, for admission to undergraduate programmes.
B. For entry into Diploma programs, the qualification required is 10 years of schooling. C. Admission to postgraduate courses requires an undergraduate degree in appropriate discipline.
D. Association of Indian Universities (AIU) has recognized the following examinations with +2 stage qualifications of an Indian Board giving assess to the Bachelor degree program including professional courses at Indian Universities.

• GCE examinations with passes in 5 subjects at
¤   Ordinary Level ¤ and 2 subjects at ¤ advanced Level ¤
• For admission to professional course - medical/engineering advanced Level passes in Physics, chemistry, Biology/Mathematics and English are essential.
• Baccalaureate Certificate of France.
• International Baccalaureate diploma of Geneva, Switzerland
 High School Diploma from accredited School of USA
• Intermediate/Senior Secondary/Higher Secondary of the approved Boards in Pakistan, Bangladesh and Nepal.
• 12 years General Secondary Education Certificate of the Ministry of Education - Iran, Iraq, Bahrain, Kuwait, Jordan, United Arab Emirates, Oman, Saudi Arabia and other Gulf Countries.
• 12 Secondary Stage qualification of National Examination Board/Council of the Ministry of  Education - Kenya, Nigeria,, Ethiopia, Uganda and Tanzania

Whether I have to write any test like GRE, GMAT, TOEFL, IELTS to get admision?
No not at all....Indian Universities do not insist for the above scores. Every Indian university has English as the medium of instruction and most Indian universities consider a good knowledge of English as a pre-requisite to pursuing academic studies. proficiency in English is a must. You should have studied for qualifying examination in English or English should have been one of the subjects.

I do not understand good English. How do I overcome this problem?

India is the 3rd largest English speaking population in the world and hence it is a place where foreign nationals feel at home.You should be able to become more fluent in the use of the language while living here.

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