Education in India is provided by both the public sector and private sector. Indian Universities and institutes of higher education and research have made significant contribution in research and development. India is recognized the world over for its information technology. Indian Education provides and supports the development of quality tools and strategies, and develops and promotes model that successfully implement multiple path to post secondary training or college.
BBA: should have passed Xii from CBSE or any other board with 50% aggregate.
MBA: 3 years of bachelor’s degree or equivalent in any discipline with 50% marks.
BHM: should have passed xii with 50% marks aggregate.
B.Ed: 3 years bachelor’s or equivalent in any discipline with 50% marks.
Diploma in Pharmacy: passed 10+2 in science stream with minimum 45% aggregate.
Many colleges are affiliated to certain universities such as the Delhi University. Some of the accreditation bodies in India are:
The destination India has been more productive and beneficial to students for countless of competitive advantages together with global feel and international competences in education.
In other hand, the politics involved in education sector of our country and in the other hand, free border and mutual relation between two countries is the reason for students to go to India because the fee is affordable by maximum students and there is no any visa problem. So, maximum numbers of students are attracted to go to India for their further study.
Intake: June and July only