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About Indian University System

The Indian higher education system of the country is the Indian University education of the country which includes college-level studies like Under graduation, post-graduation, Doctorates, Majors etc. This Indian Education System of Universities is ranked as 26th in the world according to QS Ranking Higher Education System Strength Rankings 2018.

Indian top universities are known especially for the quality of education in the fields of engineering and technology that is the science streams. Some world-recognized universities are the Indian Institute of Science (IISC) in Bangalore and the prestigious Indian Institute of Management(IIM’s), The Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs) which are the best in the country for technical and research knowledge. The students from these universities are the creamiest minds of the nation and are often the leaders in the economic and technology driving force of the country. They are often the CEO of startups or international companies with world recognition. With competencies and combativeness, the minds of these are developed so richly and qualitatively, with logic and analysis that the ones can crack any difficulty and hindrances.

Further, these top universities are affiliated to various top schools and colleges which offer various subjects and streams and allow the knowledge imparting and training for the same. Universities are the places that provide a platform or firm ground to students, where one gets the expected exposure, a pinch of real-world problems, the applicability of the knowledge gained in all the years of study by then, and also more importantly the development of personality, work ethics, characteristics, communication role and the pitching of ideas. Several fears of the student life are cured in these premises, either by the course and faculty or by the peers of the group. They in turn help in the setting up of minds of individuals to take jobs and make careers out of it.

All of these top universities commonly help in growing the economy and ensuring the country’s safe future. The University graduates are the ones who will lead the country in the coming future, and thus serve the nation's problem at the forefront. Every possible field and stream of subjects are available for pursuing, according to the interests and calibre of the individual. And with the advent of digital mediums, now every university offers full information on their personalized websites and social pages. All assistance, faq’s, admission procedures, fees, hostel facilities, academic courses, and every piece of significant information is explicitly mentioned, which saves precious time and energy.

Generally, universities offer admissions based on certain pan India or other area-wise, state exams. Some of them are,

University or college admission depends on the field, stream and subject choices and decisions taken for a career. And with that certain entrance tests are required at the university level like some of the popular examples are

For Engineering

  • 1. Joint Entrance Examination (JEE) Main (Pan India)
  • 2. JEE Advanced(Pan India)
  • 3. Birla Institute of Technology and Science Admission Test (BITSAT), conducted all over

For Medical

  • 1. National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test (NEET), (for pan India)
  • 2. AIIMS(Best university in the country)
  • 3. JIPMER(Jawaharlal Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education & Research, Government of India.)

For Defence Services

  • 1. Indian Maritime University Common Entrance Test
  • 2. Indian Navy
  • 3. Indian Army Technical Entry Scheme (TES)
  • 4. National Defence Academy and Naval Academy Examination

For Fashion and Design

  • 1. National Institute of Fashion Technology (NIFT) Entrance Test
  • 2. National Institute of Design Admissions
  • 3. All India Entrance Examination for Design (AIEED)
  • 4. Symbiosis Institute of Design Exam
  • 5. Footwear Design and Development Institute
  • 6. Mayer’s MIT Institute of Design
  • 7. National Institute of Fashion Design
  • 8. National Aptitude Test in Architecture
  • 9. Center for Environmental Planning and Technology (CEPT)

For Law

  • 1. Common-Law Admission Test(CLAT)
  • 2. All India Law Entrance Test (AILET)

For Social Sciences

  • 1. Banaras Hindu University
  • 2. IIT Madras Humanities and Social Sciences Entrance Examination (HSEE)
  • 3. TISS Bachelors Admission Test (TISS-BAT)

For Science Studies

  • 1. National Entrance Screening Test (NEST)
  • 2. Kishore Vaigyanik Protsahan Yojana (KVPY)

For Mathematics

  • 1. Indian Statistical Institute Admission
  • 2. Banasthali Vidyapith Admission
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Facts about Indian Universities

  • 1. The University of Calcutta and the Vishwa Bharti University of Kolkata are the first universities of India set up by Rabindranath Tagore in 1921.
  • 2. is the first university in the country, offering professional courses.
  • 3. The largest university in the country is the University of Delhi.
  • 4. There are in total 875 universities.
  • 5. University grants commission(UGC) regularly checks and updates the fake universities for the smooth functioning of the education sector.
  • 6. India is 26th in the world for higher education according to QS Higher Education System Strength 2018.
  • 7. There are 54 central universities in the country as per UGC.
  • 8. The quality of education provided by the country is far better than most of the countries which is a standardised method.
  • 9. The richest university in the country is the University of Mumbai.
  • 10. One of the best universities in the country, IIT Kanpur owns a separate Airport, known as Kalyanpur Airport which is used for the Aerospace Engineering Department.
  • 11. Oldest Women's college in Asia is in India.
  • 12. The third-largest education sector of the world is in India.
  • 13. Nalanda University(formal education and modern ways of education), is the world's oldest and first university of the world. Takshashila(is the oldest, but works in the sector of informal methods of education) was the first university to offer 68 subjects to study. Nalanda University was the first university in the world to have accommodation quarters for both students and teachers.
  • 14. Jamia Millia Islamia is the only University to offer 50% reservation for Muslim religion students, in the country.
  • 15. Banaras Hindu University is the largest residential university in terms of campus size in the world established by Pandit Madan Mohan Malaviya.
  • 16. Indira Gandhi Open University (IGNOU) is the largest open university, which offers maximum distance learning courses in the country.
  • 17. The maximum number of universities of the country are in Delhi that is 26, Jaipur having 25 and Chennai has 22.
  • 18. IIT Madras’ Shastra, is the first University level student festival to get ISO certified quality products.
  • 19. National Institute of Technology, Karnataka is the only university that owns a private beach.
  • 20. GB Pant University of Agriculture and Technology has the biggest campus in India, and the second-largest in the world spread over 10,000 acres of land.
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Faq for Indian university system

Why is it important to go to university ?

The University level of education helps students to get an education platform and a direction for the future. The process of university education helps in building self-confidence, knowledge base, personality, communication tactics and independence for students. With that, the curriculum and courses offer plenty of opportunities to choose from various fields. One can choose different sessions or batches of time to use the time effectively too.

Is it difficult to start university studies in different cities or states or countries?

The experience to study outside makes an individual responsible, accountable but yet independent, as one needs to take care of one’s self. Though there are various streams of subjects that are not available in one’s town or one may need exposure. For these students foreign colleges, or good universities outside towns are helpful. Like the residents of Rural India, must also get equal infrastructure and studying opportunities as the rest of the nation's students.

How does education impact one’s future? And how is it Important to study at the university level?

Education and learning is the basis of one’s life. The bigger one dreams, the greater one achieves. And all these achievements are based on the knowledge imparted and grabbed by the individual, which is tested by regular tests and examinations. Though there is a hot debate discussion, about why should the knowledge of individuals be judged according to some written paper, with limited testing ability. One can be good in any field or stream of subjects, hence the system needs to improve the performance judging system of the sector.

Education helps in gaining knowledge, understanding the world better so one can make future amendments with the help of research and development, skills and experience gaining etc. All these attributes help in building a career and thus a life in general.

The higher studies are the trends of the future and are currently very important spheres of one’s skill. The importance of education helps in the growth and mentality of the nation. All the social evils can only be disregarded, by the education imparting to the masses. To make India a developed nation, this is the very basic level of the social indicator.

What are the aims of university education?

The main aim and purpose of the university education is

  • To be the guardian of reason
  • Generate ability to question and inquire
  • Philosophical openness
  • Providing opportunity and platform to learn
  • To allow the meeting of new people, from different and varied backgrounds.

Should one go to university or get a job?

University graduates are in a better position to land many high paying jobs and thus have better opportunities. While it explicitly depends on the individual, is one interested in learning or earning ahead. University education provides better prospects for one’s career growth too. A little more exposure is thus counted and referred to as a more respectable thing.

Does everyone go to university?

No everyone doesn’t need to gogo to university or educate themselves, but it is now the requirement of society. Students who study for graduation, post-graduation or other degrees have better opportunities to make better changes in the world. Though it is not the only solution, it is one of the preferred solutions.

Does one need to go to university to be successful?

It is not necessary to be successful but still is advisable to be a degree holder. Though the various examples of popular CEO’s of the entrepreneurship ventures of the country are college dropouts, to various degrees. So this becomes an open-ended question.

What are the benefits and functions of university education?

The benefits and functions of university education

  • Gaining professional qualifications, recognised and respected worldwide.
  • Higher offers of salaries and paychecks with greater financial stability.
  • Fast-track careers.
  • Self-directed learning options
  • Independent and confident individual formation
  • Leadership qualities
  • Career information and study knowledge at a single place.

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