Higher studies are no longer a leap in education

Higher studies are no longer a leap in education

Rather it is the norm  that students would go for a formal higher education degree before entering degree before entering a profession. With a plethora of conventional, non-conventional, professional and mixed bag of courses on offer, in India and abroad, students are eager to get a higher education degree and specialization in their chosen field. The interest ranges from engineering, medical , arts, science, commerce to media, fashion, environmental studies and the likes.

Excellent faculty job prospects and advanced campus facilities have been major draw for students to take up higher studies in India. Besides, there are tie-ups with international institutes which enable students to take up courses of their choices for a degree abroad delve into research and enjoy a fulfilling career. Since India is known as a communication hub and has become popular with international students from all over the world, exchange programs are also on the rise. Institutes in India are attractive due to its forward thinking its popularity with large multinational companies, and also due to English being the common language of communication.

India has undergone a paradigm shift owing to its competitive stand in the world. The Indian economy is on a robust growth trajectory and boasts of a stable annual growth rate rising foreign exchange reserves and booming capital markets among others. Therefore, students flock for the sheer brilliance of both government and private institution. Besides there are a number of benefits that make earning a degree in the country that much more easy. The cost of education in India is quite low as compared to many other countries , Indian educational institutions such as the IITs, IISE, AIM, IIM, ISI, the best bet for everyone. Students even switch states to go for a course and college of their choice.  Since education in India is seen as one of the ways to upward social mobility and good education as a stepping stone to a high flying career, the hassles of leaving the hometown getting accommodations in a new city and working hard towards a brighter future does not deter students from taking up higher future does not deter students from taking up higher studies. The comforts of an early earning are often a good degree.

On the one hand we have IIMs and IITs that rank among the best academic institutes in the world and On the other hand there are a number of schools in the country that are know for their excellent infrastructural facilities. After celebrating  years of independence India is reckoned as a global seat for quality education. Indian professionals are considered among the best in the world and are in great demand. This signifies the inherent strength of Indian education system.

The educational structure in India which operates at all conceivable levels from pre-school to post doctoral is of monumental proportion. According to a reputed organization’s report there are more than seven lakh formal schools; more than three lakh teachers working on full-time basic; there are more than 175 universities offering under graduate and post graduates courses and about 6000 colleges affiliated to these universities.

The educational structure in India is generally referred to in the 10+2+3 Pattern. The first 10 years with undifferentiated general education for all students is the base for all quest in higher secondary or senior secondary, provides for differentiation into academic and vocational streams and marks the end of school education. In +3 stage which involves college education, the students goes for higher studies in their chosen field of subject. This distinct and disciplined form of study gives a holistic approach to education and builds a keenness towards higher education and greater knowledge.

With offbeat courses shaping up equally bright careers for students, those who are not the cream student they too manage to make inroads into academic pursuits.

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