Indian Institute of Technology Madras is a public technical and research university located in Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India. As one of the Indian Institutes of Technology, it is recognised as an Institute of National Importance.Read more …
Sandip University, Nashik is a private university and UGC recognised, located in Nashik, Maharashtra, India. The university was established In 2017 what was formerly a campus in Sijoul, Madhubani district, Bihar, became a separate private university, Sandip University, Sijoul.Read more …
Noida International University is a world-class UGC accredited university sponsored by the Maruti Education Foundation. The 75-acre campus of Noida International University is strategically located near the state-of-the-art Yamuna Express Education Center in Gautam Budh Nagar, Greater Noida. NIU offers more than 150 courses in different subjects through its 11 schools. In the short ten years since its establishment, the university has enrolled students from more than 28 countries. NIU is also known as an international university with international courses and surveys.Read more …
Lovely Professional University is the largest private university in India with a very vast range of programs and courses. The university offers quality education at a very affordable rate, tuition fees at LPU is arguably one of the most affordable in India for a private university.
Lovely Professional University (LPU) is a private university situated North India created under the Punjab State Private University Act of 2005 and recognized by the UGC.
LPU has over 400 programs in different disciplines and at different educational levels from Diploma to Doctorate. LPU has the largest single campus in all of India with over 30,000 students from 29 regions and more than 50 countries worldwide, providing an unmatched exposure for its students.Read more …
Financially challenged students can attend public institutions for free, pending they are accepted. Students attending public universities and colleges in India pay tuition fees of approximately $50 per year. Private institutions are operated on a for-profit business model.
Most faculty lack quality in teaching, research, and training. Other issues that compound the problems include outdated, rigid curricula and the absence of employer engagement in the course content and skills development. Very few opportunities for interdisciplinary learning.
Litt (Doctor of Literature) in Sanskrit, the highest of any degree in a university. Most of his degrees are with the First Merit and he has obtained several Gold Medals for his degrees. Between 1973 and 1990 he wrote 42 university examinations, every summer, and every winter.
In the Indian system, higher (tertiary) education starts after the 10+2 (i.e. ten years of primary and secondary education flowered by two years of senior secondary education). The framework of higher education in India is very complex. It includes various types of institutions like universities, colleges, institutes of national importance, polytechnics, etc.
Universities are also of different types like central universities which are formed by the government of India, by an act of parliament which are responsible for arranging and distributing resources required by university grant commission(UGC), State universities, Deemed universities (aided and unaided) and Private Sharma and Sharma: Indian Higher Education System: Challenges And Suggestions universities.
India has a federal set-up and the Indian constitution places education as a concurrent responsibility of both the center and state. While the center co-ordinates and fixed standards in higher and technical education, school education is the responsibility of the state. Under the department of higher education, there are several regulatory bodies and research councils that are responsible for higher education in India.
Apart from the highly recognized higher educational institutes in India most of the colleges and universities lack the basic and high-end research facilities. Many institutes are running without proper infrastructure and basic facilities like libraries, hostels, transport, sports facility, etc. which is desirable to rank the quality institution. Presently there is a very less collaboration of higher educational institutes with industries.
The Central Government has also launched a scheme called Unnat Bharat Abhiyan for the promotion of technologies from the laboratory to the ground. Under the scheme, higher educational institutes would connect with villages in their neighborhood and address the various problems faced by them.
The scheme would particularly be looking for solutions for water management, organic farming, renewable energy, infrastructure, and livelihood. IIT, Delhi is the coordinating institute of this scheme. About 130 villages have so far been adopted by IITs, NITs across the country under the scheme.
Below are some universities you can choose to apply from:
|Name of the University||Location||How to Apply|
|Birla Institute of Technology and Science||Pilani||Use RocApply|
|Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda||Vadodara, Gujarat||Use RocApply|
|Manipal University||Manipal, Udupi, Karnataka||Use RocApply|
|Indian Institute of Technology||Bombay||Use RocApply|
|Indian Institute of Technology||Delhi||Use RocApply|
|Indian Institute of Technology||Kharagpur||Use RocApply|
|Indian Institute of Technology||Roorkee||Use RocApply|
|Amrita University||Coimbatore||Use RocApply|
|Banaras Hindu University||Varanasi||Use RocApply|
|Indian Institute of Technology||Madras||Use RocApply|
|Cochin University of Science & Technology||Kochi||Use RocApply|