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India has traditionally been seen as a country that sends rather than receives international students, but a growing number of students from elsewhere are now choosing to study in India. With the world’s second largest population (after China), and a fast-growing and ever-more influential economy, it’s unsurprising that India’s higher education system has undergone rapid expansion over the past few decades. It is now one of the largest higher education providers in the world (after China and the US) to an outsider. There are thousands of universities and colleges to choose from, of many different types, sizes, specializations and origins, some are state-run and others private.

Engineering and IT:
Engineering is a lucrative choice for students who have completed their grade 12 with at least second division marks. Though around 10,000 students from Nepal aspire to study engineering every year, the academic institution in the country can hardly take in around 4,000, making India a natural and affordable choice to many. In the last two decades no country in the world has flourished like India in the field of engineering and IT. Home to the renowned academic institutions like IIT, NIT and Delhi University, India has a reputation of producing world-class professionals. Many Indian universities have close ties with the industrial sector, which provides students exposure to the practical aspect of the study and possibility of job placement. The cost of the four-year program ranges from Rs 1 million to 1.5 million with lodging and foods.

Both BBA and MBA courses in India are attuned to ensure practical and theoretical skills to the students. These programs also enhance student’s leadership skills through rigorous trainings, assignments, reports, presentations and group projects, all in order to build skills crucial in real life situation. The courses are designed to develop entrepreneurship in the student to help start and run businesses of their own. India is also an attractive destination for other management courses like Bachelors in Hotel and Hospitality Management and Bachelors in Travel and Tourism Management. The two-year MBA program costs around Rs 500,000 and over Rs 1 million for four-year BBA.
The first nursing college in India was St Stephens Hospital established in 1867 in Delhi, to provide nursing training to Indian girls. Since then nursing courses has grown in number and quality. Medical Surgical Nursing, Community Health Nursing, Pediatric Nursing, Obstetrics and Gynecological Nursing and Psychiatric Nursing are some of the nursing courses available in India. Due tolimited seatsand availability of colleges here in Nepal, many students choose the southern state of Bangalore for their nursing courses. On an average, the student pays around Rs 700,000 to Rs 1 million including lodging and foods for thecompletion of full course.

For further inquiries, please contact:

Ms. HemaBharati
Education Counselor (INDIA)
Cell: 9801807236