28. June 2017
The fees for MBBS course at private self-financing medical colleges in Kerala was fixed at Rs. 5.5 lakh for the 2017-18 academic year by a government-appointed committee. The Admission and Fees Regulatory Committee, headed by Justice R Rajendra Babu, said the fees was "provisional". Referring to the NRI quota, which comprises 15 per cent of the total seats, the fees fixed was Rs. 20 lakh, an order issued by the Committee said. On the demand of some medical colleges to fix the fees at Rs. 15...
21. June 2017
Indian nationals were issued the maximum number of skilled work visas to live and work in the UK last year, according to statistics released today. Indians accounted for 58 per cent of the total skilled work visas granted last year -- 53,863 of a total of 93,566. Americans were the second largest community with 9,255 visas. "The information technology sector sponsored 42 per cent of skilled work visa applications, followed by professional, scientific and technical activities (18 per cent) and...
17. June 2017
Around 3 lakh students go abroad every year for higher education. Now, the craze for studying abroad may be taken adversely as it is brain-drain for the country, or the positive aspect for the individual may be noted. Nevertheless, the process of flying overseas to study is a tedious one. Apart from the various passport and immigration complexities, a student has to prepare for various exams to be merely eligible for getting into the college and course he/she aspires for. As TOEFL, SAT and...
12. June 2017
Have you completed your 12th standard education? Wondering about how your career will move and in what direction? Do you want to be a part of this potent competition for seats in Indian colleges or do you want to take risk to study in USA or any other foreign country? Well, the decision to study abroad after 12th for Indian students is always a good idea as the opportunities are endless and there are various study abroad scholarships too. Let us discuss in detail. Courses to Study Abroad after...
07. June 2017
StudyAbroad: International student numbers in Australia grew by 15 per cent year-on-year in the first quarter of 2017, figures show. Some 520,737 international students were enrolled in Australia in March 2017, of which about 280,000 were on university courses, according to statistics released by the country’s Department of Education and Training on 26 May. Overall, 30 per cent of the international students were from China, and 11 per cent were from India, while Malaysia, Vietnam and Nepal...
21. May 2017
India has a lot of catching up to do with its neighbours, including China, Bangladesh, Bhutan and Sri Lanka in terms of healthcare. According to the Global Burden of Disease Study (GBD) published in the medical journal The Lancet, it has finished a dismal 154th among 195 countries on the healthcare index. However, India’s healthcare access and quality (HAQ) index has increased by 14.1, up from 30.7 in 1990 to 44.8 in 2015. India lags behind Sri Lanka (72.8), Bangladesh (51.7), Bhutan (52.7)...
08. May 2017
ABROAD STUDY:ABROAD WORK VISA: Experts hail Dubai law on student part-time work visa. new part-time student work regulation has strengthened the emirate’s reputation as a leading international education hub, experts said. The regulation is a significant milestone that aligns with the UAE’s Vision 2021, which has articulated the setting up of a competitive knowledge economy. The Student Part-time Work Regulation will ensure a volume of qualified and work-ready young professionals by allowing...
28. April 2017
Overseas visa: Qatar revamps work visa rules for expats. Qatar government has brought in new changes to the procedures for recruiting workers from abroad thus regulating the entry, exit and residency of expatriates,said a report, citing a senior official of the Ministry of Interior. However, there is no change in the rules for obtaining family visas and residency permits for spouses and children, reported The Peninsula. The conditions for private sector employees seeking a family visa include a...
11. April 2017
Australia is the latest major English Language Teaching (ELT) destination to post its enrolment data for 2016. Full-year data for English Language Teaching enrolment in Australia indicates that total commencements grew by 3.6% in 2016, and total student numbers by 4.3% Full-year data is now available and it indicates a total of 115,279 commencements for the year for a gain of 3.6% over 2015. Enrolment cross slightly more, growing 4.3% to reach 151,110 students in total as compared to 144,932...
06. April 2017
French Foreign Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault recently visited Bangalore that time they announced a plan to attract 10,000 Indian students to French institutions by 2020, more than doubling the current population of Indian students. In the press, French Foreign Minister said,“In 2016, 4,000 Indian students went to France. This is 50 times more than that of 20 years ago. But it’s still insufficient in terms of the quality of the relationship between the two countries.” Why the push?France...

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