“Real growth of a country is in the heart, mind, body & soul of young men & women of a country” – Sir C V Raman
Race, colour, ethnicity, gender, cultural-political-religious affiliations, nationality, language, social & economic backgrounds, mental & physical abilities – everything adds up to student diversity in a college/university.
Employment & employability are two terms that are often misinterpreted. While both these terms are interdependent, they are also equally important for a student of higher education.
Quality of instruction is perhaps the central component to raise an institution’s standards.
Course selection is one of the fundamental and most important decisions in higher education. The choice of the course (subjects) plays a crucial role in augmenting the overall experience & outcome in college.
A university should be a place of light, of liberty and of learning.