Quality is the only road to success for India’s education market

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Students all over the world gravitate toward institutions that offer quality and US students are no different. As India tries to attract more foreign students, a haphazard approach to education will not do. Instead, it must focus on four things: quality of students, quality of faculty, quality of curriculum, and quality of infrastructure. Lack of attention to any one of these will damage India's ranking abroad.

The Indian education market has exploded in the last decade or so. It is hard to go by a street in India without seeing at least one college, institute, or school. Still, mere numbers won't do. Instead, India must invest all its resources and talent in building quality into its educational systems. Today, more than ever before the world is aware of India's high quality colleges and universities and the reputation these institutions enjoy on a global platform. College and university presidents in the US know that IIT spells quality. If educators in India focus on quality, rather than numbers, India will emerge as a world leader in global education. Otherwise, India would have missed yet another opportunity to be a world player.

Dr. Uma G. Gupta is the President of Global Cube, your gateway to India for business and education.

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About Dr. Gupta

Dr. Uma G. Gupta is the Founder and President of STEM.SMART, a non-profit organization dedicated to increasing the pipeline of U.S students interested in STEM careers. In addition, she is the CEO of PlanetGPA, an international student recruitment services that serves as an extension to the recruitment offices of U.S. universities.

2 responses »

  1. hi,
    i personally think that indian education system is cluttered in such a way that even government doesn’t know what laws need to be enacted regarding the education system.i read an artice on indianeducationinfo.wordpress.com which implies that more Indian student’s are inclining towards MCA.

  2. I think we need to improve on our basic education first as that will only give you a qulity student or a quality professional, as an indian we only give importance to home works , exams etc however we also have to look about the other needs of a student, i have always belived that if you are in good company you don’t require any professor or a teacher to brush you up. I think it’s high time that we should introduce online learing for our children/students, we need improvise things in their life. Online learning support helps that to achieve. Blogs, Forums Participation these are the major learing tools for students. Sites like http://www.extramarks.com provides all kind of study help and study material for student’s. I think this will make study more fun and intresting for them.
    Thanks

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