GMAT enhanced score report just one part of GMAC efforts to provide students with more control and confidence
The University Grants Commission (UGC) of India is inviting applications from eligible & interested Indian students for undergraduate, postgraduate, M.Phil/Ph.D and postdoctoral studies in the European country, Hungary.
The 9th edition the Oxford Advanced Learner’s Dictionary (OALD), now accepts and recognises "Indian English" words such... More
Canadian-American mathematician of Indian origin, Manjul Bhargava who won the prestigious Fields Medal (considered to be the Nobel Prize of Mathematics), has agreed to teach in Indian universities
The strong job market for business school and management degree graduates in 2014, is projected to continue into 2015, according to GMAC's Year-End Poll of Employers.
Moscow: 11 Indian universities have made it to the top 100 in the Times Higher Education (THE) magazine's 'BRICS &... More
Five Indian students have been selected as recipients of the prestigious Rhodes Scholarships 2015 that will allow them two or three years of study at the University of Oxford.
New Delhi: UK universities are now recognising the 10+2 certificates awarded by the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), making it equivalent to UK's “A” level qualification.
India is second only to the US in terms of the number of GRE (Graduate Record Exam) test takers for the year 2013 - 2014. The number of GRE aspirants from India has jumped up by almost 60% in 2014
New Delhi: The U.S. Department of State launched a new website, Passport to India, (www.passporttoindia.com) at the 3rd India-U.S. Higher Education Dialogue held in New Delhi yesterday.
November 14, New Delhi: In a special keynote address at the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce ... More
The Union Ministry of Human Resource Development of India (MHRD) and SAARC Secretariat, Kathmandu, Nepal will be co-hosting the 2nd meeting of the SAARC Ministers of Education/ Higher Education at New Delhi tomorrow, 31st October, 2014.
Employers feel that graduates with foreign degrees (39%) are better prepared to take on a job than their counterparts from Indian universities (14%.)
New Delhi: The Indian Institute of Science (IISc.) Bangalore (ranked between 276-300) has made its debut ... More
Washington DC: The camaraderie between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and President Obama during the former's visit to the United States of America has yielded good results for the Indian higher education system.