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Education  

Education In India 

Indian Institute of Management
INDIAN EDUCATION SYSTEM
India today has one of the largest higher education networks in the world.  It comprises 23 central universities, 251 state universities, 119 Deemed universities, 13 institutes of national importance and several educational councils.  Universities in India are set up by the Central or State Governments by means of legislation, while colleges are established by either the State Governments or private bodies / trusts. All colleges are affiliated to some university.

The different types of universities are:

Central or State Universities -- while the former are funded directly by the Ministry of Human Resource Development, the latter are set up and funded by the various state governments.

Deemed Universities -- which enjoy the same academic status and privileges as a university. Examples are the Deccan College of Post Graduate and Research Institute, Pune; Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai; Indian Institute of Sciences, Bangalore; etc.

Institutions of National Importance -- are university-level institutions that are established or designated by Acts of Parliament and funded by the Central Government. These include the Indian Institutes of Technology, Indian Institutes of Management and the All India Institute of Medical Sciences, etc.

Most universities are 'affiliating universities', which prescribe to the affiliated colleges the admission criteria and courses of study, hold examinations and award degrees.

University departments impart postgraduate education and conduct and promote research in a variety of disciplines.

Undergraduate and, to some extent, postgraduate instruction is imparted by the colleges affiliated to a particular university.

Classification of Colleges

Colleges in India come under four different categories. This categorization is done on the basis of the kind of courses offered by them (professional/ vocational) / their ownership status( Private/ Government) or their relationship with the university (affiliated/university owned).

University Colleges

These colleges are managed by the university itself and situated mostly in the university campus.

Government Colleges

The government colleges are few, only about 15-20 percent of the total. They are managed by state governments. As in case of other colleges, the university to which these colleges are affiliated, conducts their examination, lays down the courses of studies and awards the degrees.

Professional Colleges

The professional colleges are mostly in the disciplines of medicine, engineering and management. There are few for other disciplines too. They are sponsored and managed either by the government or by private initiative.

Privately Managed colleges

About 70% of the colleges are founded by the privately owned trusts or societies. But these institutes are also governed by the rules and regulations of the university they are affiliated to. Though initially started up as a private initiative, the state government also funds these colleges.



Courses offered at Higher Education Level
 

  • Engineering and Technology
  • Computer Sciences, Information Technology, Biotechnology and Bio-informatics.
  • Medical, Dental, Nursing, Pharmacy and Paramedical.
  • Agriculture / Veterinary Sciences, Dairy Technology and Fisheries.
  • Arts & Fine Arts, Humanities, Social Sciences, Commerce, Science and Management.
  • Hotel Management & Catering Technology, Travel and Tourism.
  • Fashion Design & Technology.


The academic programmes are offered at Vocational Diploma, Undergraduate, Postgraduate and Doctoral levels.

Distance Education

In India, there are 66 distance education institutions functioning in 60 universities besides, 11 open universities offering distance education programmes. India Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU), New Delhi is one of the mega open universities in the world and caters to around 1 million students around the world.

Vocational Education

Vocational Education at Certificate level are offered by 1500 vocational institutions in the country in the areas of agriculture, business, commerce, health and para-medical, home science and humanities in addition to engineering trades.

Courses and Degrees

Undergraduate Courses:-

Undergraduate courses, in general, are of three years leading to Bachelor degrees. The universities and higher education institutes award Bachelor's degree in Arts, Science, Commerce, etc. However, undergraduate courses leading to a first degree in professional subjects like Engineering, Medicine, Dentistry and Pharmacy are of a longer duration ranging from four to five and a half years. Most of the engineering courses are for duration of four years, while the medical courses are for duration of about five and a half years.

Postgraduate Courses:-

Postgraduate Courses in Arts, Science, Engineering and Medicine are usually for two years ending with the award of a Master's degree. In some specialized fields for instance, for a Bachelor of Education (B.Ed) degree, the possession of a Bachelor's degree in any discipline is required before admission can be obtained.

Some universities and higher institutes offer a diploma or a certificate course of shorter duration courses in disciplines like Engineering, Agricultural Sciences and Computer Technology. However the duration of these courses varies from university to university.

Doctoral Courses:-

Doctoral courses like M Phil and PhD are available only at the university colleges. These courses involve research work under a chosen/allotted guide, leading to thesis submission and viva-voce.

Successful completion of PhD course designates the title of 'Doctor' to the individual.

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General Cultural Scholarship Scheme
(GCSS) of Indian Council for Cultural Relations

2007-08

1. Mrs. Sahragul Gurbanova

2006-07

1. Ms. Mariya Tekeyeva
2. Ms. Oksana Cheh
3. Ms. Shirinjemal Toymuradova
4. Mr. Meretguly Gurbanov
5. Mr. Serdar Shirov

2005-06

1. Ms. Bahar Arazova Muradova
2. Ms. Gulnaz Hudaykulyyeva
3. Mr. Mergen Myratdurdiyev

2004-05

1. Mr. Gurbanmuhammet Godekov
2. Mr. Eshanguliev
3. Ms. Ghyzylgul Babayeva
4. Mr. Kullyyev Jemhur
5. Mr. Yangibayev Atajan

2003-04

1. Ms. Yagmorava Gulnar
2. Ms. Yagmurova Hanifa
3. Mr. Allabeyew Oregeldi
4. Mr. Azat Baharamov

2002-03

1. Mr. Ahmad Annamuradov
2. Ms. Lola Hamarayeva
3. Ms. Gulbahar Bashimovna Hajieva

1998-99

1. Ms. Nazzieva Govher
2. Mr. Mergen Rustomov
3. Ms. Bayramlieva Akmaral
4. Mr. Aeberenov Serdar

1997-98

1. Mr. Annashov Yazneves
2. Mr. Jumad Durdiev Murat


Cultural Exchange Programme
(CEP) Scholarship of Indian Council for Cultural Relations

1998-99

1. Mr. Babayev Muratgeldy

1997-98

1. Mr. Niyazberdyev Batyr
2. Mr. Araztagnov Serdar Nuryllavic

1996-97

1. Mr. Ataev S. Tahirovich
2. Mr. Gurbangulyev Sulaiman
3. Mr. Yagmurov Aziz Faradgilaevich

HINDI Scholars

2008

1. Ms. Maral Kurbanova
2. Ms. Gulnabat Hallyyeva

2007

1. Ms. Maral Kurbanova

2006

1. Ms. Dinara Hudaykuliyeva

2004

1. Ms. Maral Kurbanova

2001

1. Ms. Gulnaz Hudaykuliyeva

2000

1. Mr. Tangyrberdi Jepbarov

1998

1. Mr. Murad Magtimov
2. Ms. Oraztach Sovdekova


Students from Turkmenistan who went to India for higher studies

2008

1. Ms. Jeren Karajaeva
2. Mr. Aymamed Aydov
3. Ms. Shasultan Kadyrova
4. Ms. Jamal Jumayeva
5. Ms. Lachyn Kadyyrova
6. Mr. Farhat Hudaykuliyev
7. Ms. Balhiya Hudaykuliyeva
8. Mr. Shatlyk Jumabayev
9. Ms. Malika Ibragimova
10. Ms. Salamat Ibragimova
11. Ms. Sahragul Gurbanova
12. Ms. Abadan Halmedova
13. Mr. Zafarjan Yangibayev
14. Ms. Dilaram Jorayeva
15. Ms. Maral Kurbanova
16. Ms. Gulnabat Hallyyeva
17. Mr. Nurhan Ilyasov
18. Mr. Jumaniyaz Abdujapbarov
19. Mr. Nurberdi Ergeshov
20. Ms. Jamal Jumayeva
21. Ms. Lachyn Kadyrova
22. Mr. Zafarjan Yangibayev
23. Ms. Malika Ibragimova
24. Ms. Salamat Ibragimova
25. Ms. Balhiya Hudaykuliyeva
26. Ms. Shasultan Kadyrova
27. Mr. Shatlyk Jumabayev
28. Mr. Aymamed Aydov
29. Ms. Abadan Halmedova
30. Mr. Farhat Hudaykuliyev

2007

1. Ms. Yulduzhan Dovletova
2. Ms. Jeren Karajayeva
3. Mr. Yazmuhamet Muradurdiyev
4. Mr. Miras Hudaykuliyev
5. Ms. Dinara Hudaykuliyeva
6. Ms. Ayzirahan Abdullayeva
7. Ms. Mariya Tekeyeva
8. Ms. Oksana Cheh
9. Ms. Shirinjemal Toymuradova
10. Mr. Meretguly Gurbanov
11. Ms. Maral Gurbanova
12. Mr. Serdar Shirov
13. Mr. Miras Hudaykuliyev
14. Ms. Dinara Hudaykuliyeva
15. Ms. Ayzirahan Abdullayeva
16. Mr. Kuvat Jumayev
17. Mr. Kakajan Annayev
18. Mr. Kuvvat Ovlyakulyyev
19. Mr. Yazmuhamet Muraddurdyev

2006

1. Ms. Tamara Klycheva
2. Ms. Yelena Klycheva
3. Ms. Maya Atayeva
4. Ms. Gulnar Kabayeva
5. Ms. Saidal Aliyeva
6. Ms. Gulshirin Gurbanova
7. Ms. Jennet Akmuradova
8. Ms. Sabina Klycheva
9. Ms. Suraya Achilova
10. Ms. Balhiya Hudaykuliyeva
11. Ms. Enejan Achylova
12. Ms. Yulduzhan Dovletova
13. Ms. Jennet Berdiyeva
14. Ms. Ayna Melikova
15. Ms. Akjamal Artykova
16. Ms. Enejan Yangibayeva
17. Ms. Radina Dovletova
18. Ms. Olga Tyurina
19. Ms. Shirinjemal Toymuradova
20. Ms. Olga Rejep
21. Ms. Yelena Butova
22. Ms. Maysa Allaberdiyeva
23. Ms. Bahargul Mamedova
24. Ms. Bahar Arazova
25. Ms. Gulnaz Hudaykuliyeva
26. Mr. Mergen Myratdurdiyev
27. Ms. Dinara Hydaykuliyeva
28. Ms. Asya Shagiahmedova
29. Ms. Ayna Melikova

 
 
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