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Study In India

India- the land of knowledge, filled with some of the best human brains in the world is a popular study destination. Many travelers in their quest for knowledge visited India in ancient past, many come here just to see places and stayed for rest of their lives, studying Indian culture and tradition and subjects like mathematics, medicine and social sciences. Chinese traveler Fahiyan was one among them, whose journey gets mention in Indian schools curricula.

Europeans mainly preferred visiting India for business purposes. During European reign children of many administrators studied in India and left their mark in the respective fields.

The education ministry of government of India is responsible for administering education at all level; foreign people are welcome by Indian government. Providing visa for study to foreign candidates is the responsibility of the government.

The education ministry bestows responsibility of providing higher education on University Grants Commission – an Apex body. When you come from a far place to study in India choosing right program of study at right place becomes a matter of in-depth research and analysis. When you consider studying in India it’s become vital to know as to why India should be preferred as a educational destination.

Following points favour India as an ultimate educational destination:

  1. Affordable education

  2. Wide-ranging choices

  3. World-class institutions and faculty

  4. International exposure

  5. Networking with world markets

  6. Friendly environment

  7. Holistic education

  8. Building global leaders

  9. Focusing on the new knowledge economy

  10. World hub for IT&ITES besides this economic liberalization has created excellent avenues of business opportunities for Multi national Companies.

  11. Develops the creative side of the personality

  12. Beautiful country, beautiful people

  13. An experience of a lifetime

The second question is: how to choose a program? India, there is no dearth of program as different Indian institutions impart a variety of programs starting from undergraduate to postgraduate level and research level.

We are mainly focusing on education beyond K-12 level as many who comes for study only visit by the time they complete K-12 level education in home country and capable to take care of their well being, in their post teens

Our aim is to provide foreign visitors all the necessary information through PAN India Network so they should not go sort of information while browsing though World Wide Web for choosing India as an Education destination.

To get access to different Indian Institutes, you are welcome to browse through our dedicated websites for the purpose at You can also register at our forum and interact with thousands of our visitors and can ask a question or answer them online. Our dedicated education counselor will reply your query through forum post within 24 hours, however in certain cases counselors’ replies may take 2-3 days depending on the numbers of queries we receive at a time.

When you come to study in India, knowing Indian places is of utmost importance and we don’t let you go disappointed in this regard, as we are serving extensive information about Indian places through

Additionally, we have provided the contact address of the designated authorities by the University Grants Commission who are responsible for assisting international students for the purpose.

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Contact List


  • Coordinator (PIHEAD Cell)
    University Grants Commission (UGC)
    Bahadur Shah Marg, New Delhi – 110002
    Telephone: 91-011-23238883
    FAX : 91-11-23320714, 23721504
    E-Mail : [email protected]

    Dr. Suhel Ajaz Khan
    Second Secretary/Head of Chancery
    Embassy of India,Damascus
    3455, Sharkassiyeh, Ibn Al Haitham Street,
    Abu Rumaneh, Damascus(Syria)
    P.O.Box No. 685.
    E-Mail: [email protected]
    Tel: 00 96311-3347351/3347352/3347900
    Fax: 3347912/3345711


    1. Mr. H.R. Mohey
      Embassy of India,Bahrain
      E-Mail: [email protected]
      Tel: 00973-17 714551

    2. Shri. Bhupinder Singh
      First Secretary
      Embassy of India,Muscat
      E-Mail: [email protected]

    Shri. Kunal Roy,
    First Secretary (Cons, Edu & HOC)
    E-Mail 1: [email protected]
    E-Mail 2: [email protected]
    Fax: 256 41 254943

    Shri. Ramesh Kumar
    Second Secretary (Com/Cons)
    Embassy of India,
    P.O.Box No. 528.
    Addis Abada(Ethiopia)
    E-Mail: [email protected]
    Tel: 002511-235538 to 41 (General); 235543(Direct)
    Fax: 002511-235547 & 48

    Mr. Rajender Bhatt
    Second Secretary(Edu. & Lang.)
    High Commission of India
    Port Louis
    E-Mail 1: [email protected]
    E-Mail 2: [email protected]
    Tel: 00230-2080330
    Fax: 2086859


    Sanjiv Singh
    Second Secretary (Education)
    E-Mail: [email protected]
    Tel: 00977-1-4411027


    1. Mr. Amar Sinha, Minister (Coord)
      J1. HR.Rasuna Said Kav.S1
      Kuningan, Jakarta Selatan
      12950, Indonesia
      E-Mail: [email protected]
      Tel: 62-21-5255335 (Direct)
      Fax: 62-21-5204160

    2. Mr. Kaisar Alam,
      Second Secretary (E&I),
      Kuningan, Jakarta Selatan
      12950, Indonesia
      E-Mail: [email protected]
      Ph. 62-21-5204168 (Direct)
      Fax 62-21-5204160

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