16 Indian institutes found their place in this year’s top 200 THE BRICS & Emerging Economies ranking.
An 8 year old who experiences corporal punishment at school is likely to have poorer maths scores when he is 12
The Indo-UK partnership in developing healthcare in India through expertise of UK would lead to setting up of 11 health institutes in India
The United States saw a huge spurt in the number of Indian students who contributed about 10% of the spending done by international students studying in the country.
While the top 3 countries on the hit list of every Indian student planning to study abroad is common knowledge (USA, UK, Australia), here's a look at the top 20 along with statistics showing the number of Indians studying there currently:
Indian universities don't rank well globally due to lack of funding & political commitment: Phil Baty,Editor, TIMES HIGHER EDUCATION
New Delhi: The research budget for one university in China is greater than the funds given to all the IITs in India, cited Phil Baty, editor-at-large, Times Higher Education magazine
It's unbelievable to see the way in which Japanese students serve each other lunch and clean up the entire school! So many lessons learnt!
The World Bank shall be providing Indian government a huge sum of money to implement schemes for the education of minorities.
The European Union (EU) is conducting workshops in various cities for addressing concerns of Indian universities
Two Indian management institutions SP Jain, Mumbai and IIM-A have been categorised among The Economist's top B-schools.
The Harvard College Debate Union which is one of the most consistently successful debate teams in the USA, lost to a team of New York prisoners!
London: For the first time ever in the history of QS World University Rankings, two Indian institutes have made it to the top 200 list.
8 research universities of Australia are planning to tie-up with 6 elite schools in Delhi in a bid to absorb Indian students who would otherwise prefer to go to Oxford/ Cambridge/ Ivy League universities in the US/ UK.
There has been a record increase of 69% in the number of Indian students studying in New Zealand (NZ), as per statistics provided by Educa... More
Millions of foreign students who dream of working in Britain along with studying in publicly funded colleges may find their dreams getting shattered.