Indian universities and colleges are the best places to get a degree in the country, according to an article published by the World Economic Forum (WEF) in June.
According to the WEF, the best universities in the developed world are located in India, and a large number of Indian students study in top Indian universities, particularly in the engineering and technology sectors.
In fact, more than 50% of India’s student population is studying in universities, and most of these universities are in the business and financial sectors.
In terms of student retention, there are two ways of getting into top Indian colleges and universities.
Students need to have a solid academic record, and then, they can get a full-time degree.
The second way is by going for a master’s degree, which is a certificate of completion in the discipline of the relevant field.
For this, the WEB recommends three things:1.
The first step is to get an undergraduate degree2.
The last step is a full graduate degree3.
The third step is for graduates who want to pursue a career in the field.
The WEF states that it is important to have an adequate level of education in the relevant subject area, and the most promising areas are Engineering, Science and Technology, and Applied Science.
In other words, it is good to get two or three years of engineering or a few years of science in an undergraduate course.
According TOI, the Indian government has given an average of over one and a half years of undergraduate degrees to students, but the WEH reports that only about one in five Indian students graduate from engineering and tech courses.
The other major reason for this is because India does not have a national standardised university qualification.
To make things worse, there is no standardized entrance exam for engineering degrees.
This is a huge drawback.
According the WEI, more and more Indian students want to take up engineering as their career, which has made it difficult for universities to offer an adequate degree in engineering.
“Engineering is a field that is extremely competitive in the Indian market, and students want more and better opportunities,” said Abhishek Gupta, vice-president, corporate development and social responsibility at the Indian Council of Educational Research and Training.
In fact, in the next five years, there will be a shortage of engineering graduates.
The WEF report predicts that this shortage will be exacerbated if the Indian universities do not introduce the full-blown industrial colleges and start to introduce a graduate-level degree.
India is one of the world’s most educated countries, but it is still far behind the rest of the developed nations in terms of the number of degrees awarded.
The percentage of Indian graduates in engineering in the last 10 years has been around 8.6%, while in the United States, it has been at 15.2%.
According to a report from the McKinsey Global Institute, India is ranked last for engineering degree attainment among the developed countries, with a total of just over 22 million engineering degrees awarded to students in 2015.