Education That Worth Your Career
Delhi being the capital of India also has a legacy in the educational system of India. Not only just in India but in the whole of South Asia, Delhi is known for some very old and respected universities and Libraries. There are hundreds of year old educational institutions. Education from engineering to arts, to fashion, researches, excavations and many more areas are a transmitted from the respective sources in Delhi. Students from all over the country look up to pursue their higher education in Delhi.
Colleges and universities in Delhi
There are a number of national level universities in Delhi. All these universities have colleges in different fields and genres. The Best colleges of Delhi would include colleges like Delhi University, IIT Delhi, AIIMS, JNU, Jamia Milia Islamia, Ambedkar universities and many more. University of Delhi has a number of other colleges inside it such as Delhi College of Engineering. Most of the colleges in Delhi admit students on very high scores. Students coming from other states have very less percentage of reservation, as the preference is always for the main Delhi residents. 5-15 percent of the seats are left for students who don’t belong to Delhi, so it becomes a cut throat competition for them.
There are Top ranking B schools (business) like MDI and IMT. All of the universities and colleges in Delhi have reservations for NRIs and foreigners, so there is a great deal of exposure to the Indians from them. Domestic students are also allowed for foreign trips for internships and seminars. Such kind of exposure is rare for any other colleges in India.
In last few years the education system in Delhi has seen numerous positive changes. The changes have been fast, and people have been very cooperative to assimilate them soon enough. Universities in Delhi have not only generated talents in educational fields but also in various other fields like fashion, entertainment and politics. Apart from regular campus programs there have been many correspondence educational centres in Delhi. One of the examples is IGNOU, abbreviation of Indira Gandhi National Open University.
There are various committees in the city which approve and certify these educational institutions, such as UGC, AICTE, MCI, BCI and DDE. These are the abbreviations of University grants commission, All India council of Technical education, Medical Council of India Bar Council of India and Directorate of Distance Education respectively. Most of the top colleges of Delhi also rank amongst the top colleges of India in their respective fields and provides the jobs in India as well as foreign also..
Although most of the colleges in Delhi are government based, but the indulgence of private sector in to the Delhi education is responsible for the new trend and advancement in the educational system.
Correspondence education was although an integral part of educational system in Delhi and in India, but with the advent of online education system, the concept seems to flourish into a whole new dimension.
The literacy rate in Delhi is about 86 percent as per the last consensus. Higher education in Delhi from government colleges is extremely affordable by a common man, but the merit needed to get admission is always very high.
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