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CBCS: The Turing Point in Education

Choice Based Credit System (CBCS) is one of the most upcoming features in the modern education system in India and abroad. It can lead to enhanced and advanced learning. In the present competitive scenario, where multi-disciplinary studies have become the backbone of academia, CBCS will help the students in gaining skills in various fields other than their core areas like Current Media Scenario, Cloud Computing, Environmental Awareness, Human Rights, Indian Constitution and General Management etc. At present, the students are enrolled into various courses like Engineering, Management,...

Eight Australian varsities to tie up with 6 elite Delhi schools to attract Indian students

The Group of Eight Universities (Go8) has tied up with six elite Indian schools to further develop its Indian international student base. The contract between the eight Australian universities and the Delhi based Indian schools has signed on Aug 24, 2015. The Australian universities will be offering training to the Delhi teachers and the elite students would have the opportunity to live, study and research in some of the most livable cities in the world. The agreement means that the Australian universities will give these elite Indian school students career advice, and development...

CollegeWeekLive's International Students Day, a free online college fair on August 19, 2015

Are you considering earning your degree in the U.S? This is your chance to learn what it's like to study in the US, what degree opportunities await you, and how to get started.  The interested candidates are invited to join CollegeWeekLive's International Students Day. CollegeWeekLive's International Students Day , a free online college fair with university reps from 100+ U.S. schools to be held on Wednesday, August 19, 2015 from 1:30 PM – next morning 1:30 AM India Time. Why attend? Ask your questions to 100+ top universities including NYU, UCLA, Cornell,...

Indian student numbers joining New Zealand institutes shoot up by 67%

The number of Indian students joining New Zealand institutes shot up by 67% in the 2014 academic year, according to latest data. Indian students have contributed to more than 50% of the rise in international students in the country. As per the data, over 20,000 Indian students pursued academics at New Zealand institutes in 2014. The upward trend continued in 2015 with a 22% rise year to date in the overall number of student visas issued to Indian nationals. New Zealand has received tremendous response from the Indian market, as indicated by a whopping growth of 1,200%-plus ...

Indian students push up migrant numbers in New Zealand to record high

Indian students have pushed up migrant numbers in New Zealand (NZ) to a record high, as per data from the government statistics agency. Infact students hailing from India as well as China contributed to New Zealand’s 11 th straight month of impressive annual net gains coming from migration, with more arrivals compared to departures, in June. According to data provided by the Statistics New Zealand, last month the country’s net gain was 4,800 migrants, which makes the annual net gain during the year ending June a whopping 58,300. The data further states that long-term...

GMAT undergoes changes; new version permits re-test after 16 days

A set of changes are being introduced in the Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) with effect from Sunday, July 19, 2015 , as per an announcement by the Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC) . GMAT is a standardized test designed for graduate business and management programs. Premier business schools (B-schools) from all over the world and more than 6,000 Master of Business Administration (MBA) programs use GMAT scores for admissions. The scores are also used by over 100 B-schools in India. GMAC is the GMAT test administrator. Under the new rules, GMAT aspirants will not...

UK to allow new Indian students a weekly 20-hour work facility

The United Kingdom (UK) will allow first-time Indian students, that is, new undergraduate (UG) and postgraduate (PG) students, a weekly 20-hour work facility during term as well as the facility to work full-time during holidays, as per a recent decision. According to UK Visas and Immigration officials, from September this year, UK will allow UG and PG students from India to work. UK is only striving to rein in the number of students who remain in the country to study vocational courses, in order to be able to gain employment. As per the new norms, students aspiring to continue...

UK to stop work option for non-EU students; Indian students hit hard

The United Kingdom (UK) will withdraw the work option for overseas students hailing from outside the European Union (EU) from August this year, according to a recent decision. The stringent law to disallow overseas students to work while pursuing their studies in the country will also affect students from India adversely. The new law applies to non-EU students only, who comprised 121,000 immigrants last year. Merely 51,000 of the overseas students left the UK, amounting to an influx of 70,000, as per available data. UK is trying to stop instances of immigrants using academic institutes...

ETS study shows increase in number of repeat GRE test-takers in India

The number of repeat test-takers of the Graduate Record Examination (GRE) has been on the rise in India, according to an analysis by the Educational Testing Service (ETS) . ETS develops and conducts the GRE test. As per the study, in 2014, the percentage of candidates from India taking the GRE Revised General Test for the second time shot up by 14% in comparison with 2013, which is an all-time high. Moreover, a majority of the candidates who appeared for the test a second time scored better. Over 60% of aspirants who took the GRE Revised General Test a second time in the...

Updated GMAT review 2016 study material released to boost quality

The Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC) has released updated official study material for the  GMAT Review 2016 series , which will comprise 25% fresh question content. The  Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT)  is a standardized test designed for graduate business and management programs. Premier business schools (B-schools) from all over the world and more than 6,000 Master of Business Administration (MBA) programs  use GMAT scores for admissions . The scores are also used by over 100 B-schools in India. GMAC is the GMAT test administrator. The...

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