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Top 5 Courses for Higher education in India


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India is one of the leading hubs for education in the world and stands at the 3rd position after the United States and China. Low cost and high-quality education for students at all level are the main reasons for India to be in a leading position. It is expected that by 2030, one in every four graduates in the world will be a product of the Indian higher education system. It will be one of the youngest nations with about 140 million people in the college-going age group.

 

Students looking forward to pursue higher education in India may consider the following five courses:

 

  1. Tech in Mechanical Engineering / Electronics and Communication Engineering / Computer Science Engineering - These are the names of few courses which are favorite amongst the students with a science background. Professionals from this industry are exposed to many challenging opportunities during the course of service leading to their intellectual development. Pursuing any of these courses is considered highly prestigious. This field is meant for those who are creative and open to discoveries. Some top Engineering colleges are Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), branches located across India, Indian School of Mines (ISM), Dhanbad, Birla Institute of Technology and Science (BITS), Pilani etc.

 

  1. Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) & Bachelor of Dental Surgery (BDS)These courses have always been in the limelight due to the prestige associated with the word ‘doctor’ and still continues to be favorite amongst the students. The importance of the courses is also increasing because of the rising awareness towards health due to the major shift in the modern lifestyle. A person must have concentration and focus, a cool temperament and accuracy with a scientific bent of mind. Some of the top Medical colleges include AIIMS, Delhi, Armed forces Medical College, Pune, Maulana Azad Institute of Dental Sciences, Delhi etc.

 

  1. Bachelor of Commerce / Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) / Chartered Accountancy (CA) - These courses are quite popular, in our country, amongst the students having a commerce background. A person having strong mathematical, analytical and statistical skills may find this field a very good platform to explore. Post graduation, the students may branch out to Economics, Financial Advisor, Actuary and Insurance, Risk Investment, Company Secretary and many Some of the popular colleges are National Institute of Bank Management, Pune, Indian Institute of Banking and Finance, Delhi, Sri Ram College of Commerce – Delhi University (DU),  Hansraj College (DU), Loyola College, Chennai etc.

 

  1. Bachelor of Journalism and Mass Communication (BJMC) - To promote the development of a country by educating people and bringing about a behavioral change, Media plays the role of one of the most powerful tools. If communicating effectively is one of your key strengths then making a career in this field is definitely a good option for you as it will offer ample job opportunities and growth. Specializations include Journalist, Anchor, Director, RJ, Photojournalist and many other behind the screen roles too. Some of the popular Institutes are Indian institute of Mass Communication (IIMC), Delhi, Symbiosis Institute of Mass Communication (SIMC), Pune, Xavier’s Institute of Communication (XIC), Mumbai etc.

 

  1. Bachelor of Law (BALLB) - It has always been a popular career choice amongst students as it provides the wide variety of options. Apart from dealing with civil and criminal laws (which have been practiced over years), a person can make his career in the sectors like legal service, administrative services, and corporate management. Some of the top Law Universities are National Law School of India University, Bangalore, Faculty of Law –University of Delhi, Government Law College, Mumbai, NALSAR University of Law, Hyderabad etc.

 

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