A place of Light, of Liberty and of Learning


University education in India for an individual is a privilege, a tool that can boost globalization and advanced learning among young individuals. A University is a place for teaching and learning, research and technological progress of social change and the development of the society. Indian society has always invested many resources on the right education from the beginning. The likes of Takshila University, Nalanda University are among the oldest universities on earth and the quality education was always valued and revered.


Over the years, Indian higher education has transformed considerably due to the changes in the education sector across the world. However, the education system of one country is majorly influenced by the country’s innate persona, structure and values, which are its roots. Higher education has paved a pathway for immense economic, political, social and cultural transformation in India and moves faster towards achieving better results, through a better society.

Few things integral to Indian Universities and the Indian way of teaching:

    1. Knowledge Base: Knowledge bred within the country is called Traditional knowledge, and plays a major role in influencing the complete teaching process of a country. The universities in India assimilate conventional education methodologies with contemporary approaches and knowledge has long been considered an asset in the Indian higher education context and the institutions/ universities boast of a massive knowledgebase, which helps them teach in much efficient ways. 
    2. Exposure to different cultures: India in itself is a quintessential example of multiplicity of thoughts, languages, races, ethnicity, lifestyles, and scientific, artistic and philosophical perceptions. In tune with the country’s ways, every university here embraces and promotes diversity, enabling open-mindedness in the students, allow cultural exchange and stimulate critical thinking. 


  • Research-based learning: The major traditional branches of knowledge in India developed because of careful and precise observation and inquiry into natural phenomena. Indian universities preserve, protect, and promote conventional knowledge-based innovations.


  1. Global communication: English is a widely accepted language across the world. It is seen that people with good English-speaking skills stand out from the crowd and attract 30%-50% higher salaries than their peers with similar qualifications who lack English communication skills. Companies, who operate globally, mostly use English as the common language of communication. Indian universities have always had an upper hand when it comes to imparting knowledge in English and honing students’ English-speaking skills, as compared to other Asian and developing countries.

Universities briefly, have the significant role of training, honing and preparing students for a completely new social era. However, Indian universities battling the influence of globalization and other socio-economic issues are still managing to focus on skill development rather than just conferring degrees to education aspirants. 

We hope that this issue helps students, who are looking forward to pursuing their higher education, find the right University for their ambitious endeavours ahead.