India, also known as the Republic of India, is a country in South Asia. It is the seventh-largest country by area, the second-most populous country, and the most populous democracy in the world. India is blessed by the diversity of cultures, foods, languages. Five thousand years of history have nourished the growth of a great civilization. It has been vitalized through cross-cultural contact and characterized by unity in diversity of culture and race, caste, religion, and language. In India there are examples of virtually every known type of societal division; six major religions- Hinduism, Islam, Sikhism, Christianity, Buddhism, and Zoroastrianism; two major languages families- Aryan and Dravidian, with 18 official languages and innumerable dialects and tribal languages; three racial strains- Aryan, Dravidian, and proto-Australoid; and over 4000 castes, hierarchically ranked, endogamous, and occupational. The weather in India in general, the north of India is cooler, the center is hot and dry, and the south has a tropical climate. Indian weather itself is divided into three distinct seasons -- winter, summer, and the monsoon. Nepal is one of the India's nearest neighbour. The Nepal and India has similarities in culture hence, Nepalese people won’t have any cross culture issues. Talking about currency, the Indian currency is called IC 1 IC is equivalent to 1.60 Nepalese Rupee.
India is the seventh-largest country in the world, with a total area of 3,287,469 square kilometers (1,269,299 sq. mi). India measures 3,214 km (1,997 mi) from north to south and 2,933 km (1,822 mi) from east to west. It has a land frontier of 15,106.7 km (9,387 mi) and a coastline of 7,516.6 km (4,671 mi). The country has about 16% of the world’s total population and 2.4% of the global land area. India has respected educational tradition; hence it has now been getting attention by the international students like from Nepal etc. for the study of medicine.
India has lot of reputed Education Institution recognized globally. As there is diversity in
culture, we can see the same scenario in the education of India. Having similarities in culture,
food and also easy to learn language Nepalese student will feel like home. Educational institution
conducts its classes in English medium. Over 17,000 colleges and 383 universities, student can find
their desired courses with ease in India.
Government of India (GOI) provides around 3000 scholarships/ seats annually to Nepali nationals for various courses at the Ph.D./ Masters, Bachelors and plus–two (+2) levels in India as well as Nepal. These scholarships cover a wide range of subjects including engineering, medicine, agriculture, pharmacology, computer application, business administration etc.
India is one of the largest producers of engineers in the world. In India, there are numerous engineering colleges imparting undergraduate and graduate courses in engineering, applied engineering and sciences.For the last few decades, India has shown vast enhancement in the Education. It is a wise choice for the Nepalese students as well as the international students to accomplish their dream of becoming an Engineer in India. Specific reasons are mentioned below: -
Globally recognized colleges and university with adequate facilities.
Reasonable and affordable fee structures for the courses. And also scholarships for the deserving students.
India is the second largest higher education centre.
Similarities in culture, food, language hence no cross culture issues.
Short travel distance so easier to back and forth.
Wide range of courses in the field of medicine, management, architecture, engineering, social science, fine arts, science, etc.
Low cost of studying in the universities offering global standard degree.
Peaceful atmosphere, welcoming attitude and less expensive way to successful career.
Moreover, it is emerging in the field of space technology, bio-informatics, bio-technology, nano-technology and many others.
Varieties of courses are available to choose from: