Indian students to undertake higher education in Australia have witnessed growth this year
Young B-School graduates give up dream jobs, choose 'entrepreneurship' over crore-plus salaries
A group of successful professionals and entrepreneurs, have come together to establish an alternative to what they say is an educational paradigm that overly emphasizes technical capabilities.
IIM-Ahmedabad has found a place in top 39 elite Business Schools in the world.
When it comes to student-friendly cities, Mumbai has been ranked as the second most affordable city in the world
The number of Indian students studying in the US has witnessed a 3.5 per cent decline in the 2012-13 academic year
On the cusp of a boom in its working-age population, India is racing against time to raise the quality of its education to prevent a demographic dividend turning into a demographic curse
Students making it to India's best public engineering colleges this session might have more to tackle than study pressure.
Prabhjot Singh’s jaw was broken by roughly two dozen assailants yelling ‘Osama’ and ‘terrorist’ on Saturday night at W. 110th St. and Lenox Ave.
Young graduates from India and China are powering the growth of full-time MBA programmes worldwide.
Foreign Educational Institutions (FEIs) can set up campuses in India once they have been notified as Foreign Education Providers by the University Grants Commission.
top IIT officials have admitted that it was their indifference to the ranking process and not an intrinsic lack of educational quality that cost them dearly.
Nearly half the Asian American students in the New York City school system surveyed by two civic rights groups have said they've been bullied
The real service foreign universities can do is to help India create a new generation of educationists and thought leaders
The Indian rupee's free fall against the US dollar and the UK pound is turning out to be a major source of concern for Indian students returning to campuses after their summer breaks.
The University of South Carolina launched CarolIndia, a year-long celebration of India.
the lack of specialist doctors is being widely felt across the country as only they, and not MBBS holders, can treat non-communicable diseases, which contribute 62% of the country's disease burden.
Thousands of foreign-trained immigrant physicians are living in the United States with lifesaving skills that are lying fallow because they stumbled over one of the many hurdles in the path toward becoming a licensed doctor here.
A $5 million gift to the India studies centre at a New York University is set to make it one of the pre-eminent resource centres for the study of Indian culture and civilisation in the US.
Even as Indians make their presence felt globally over a wide spectrum o fields ranging from science, technology and innovation to administrative roles, many academicians are making a mark for themselves in major universities
Another dodgy US university that attracted hundreds of Indian students who wanted a fasttrack route to America has been shut down.
The weakening rupee is sapping the confidence of those seeking to pursue higher studies abroad.
The reasons for not joining the prestigious institutions varied from "not having confidence in the new IITs" to "getting allotments in not-so-popular streams".
Prime Minister David Cameron called the curriculum a "new chapter in British education".
France on Thursday announced a slew of India-specific measures, including easing visa norms for those wanting to pursue higher education, a move that is expected to increase the inflow of Indian students to that country.
Education indeed seems to be the answer that may change and convert India into a wine drinking culture.
The firm has tied up with KarmYog Education to launch the Idol Academy
This initiative strengthens collaboration and builds partnerships between American and Indian institutions of higher education in priority fields.
Somewhere between a fifth to a third of the million students graduating out of India's engineering colleges run the risk of being unemployed.
A major overseas job racket has surfaced. Agents and companies send students abroad on fake visas and there they are forced to work as labourers
Faced with the reality that fifty percent of India's hundreds of thousands of tertiary graduates are unemployable, Infosys is addressing the imbalance by training professors at poorly regarded universities.
It was an eminent centre of learning long before Oxford, Cambridge and Europe's oldest university Bologna were founded.
India "represents a large part of the world and many young vastly successful researchers, which renders research collaboration work with the country of indescribable interest".
India is set to lobby international ranking agencies and seek their expertise on improving the poor showing of the country’s higher educational institutes in the global league tables.
Indian students cannot afford to be left behind as the two countries compete in every sphere of economic activity
A doctor with a foreign degree? You fail!
If you’ve ever stayed in a college hostel, chances are you’ve been part of or have participated in gossip that shuttles between malicious and innocent. The difference is that now it is online, for all to read.
I definitely see it as a turf war as language now is a main instrument of trade and the European Union sees establishing a market here as a way out of its current crisis.
Indians see Australia as a good place to be educated, but there are lingering concerns regarding the issue of safety for Indian students
Police sources also say the memo was based on an intelligence alert but did not share more details.