Its taken a lot of time and a stable economic spurt for India to finally shed the image of a country of snake charmers and emerge as a destination with cutting-edge education, cultural ethos, English as the primary medium of instruction and students who are mentally, academically and emotionally prepared to take on the world.
It is little surprise then that we see a lot of students flocking to India for graduate and post-graduate studies. In fact, reverse brain drain is gradually gaining significance and coming into the spotlight.
There is no denying that India is slowly but steadily making its presence felt as an educational hub. As a result of this, we see schools, colleges and universities abroad designing special education trips to India.........Read More