Technology Education: USA and India

Posted on April 14, 2006  Comments (1)

US wants to replicate India’s technology education success by Bibhu Ranjan Mishra:

Sources say that over 70,000 Indian students are undergoing higher studies in the US, which is the highest anywhere in the world. In contrast, there are just 780 US students presently undergoing studies in some Indian universities, mainly in IT, agricultural sciences and working with high schools to understand the pattern of higher secondary education in India.

Both Spellings and Enzi, who were the part of a delegation comprising some leading US Senators that visited Bangalore recently told Business Standard that the way India was churning out over 200,000 engineering graduates every year, while at the same time maintaining quality, really baffled them.

One Response to “Technology Education: USA and India”

  1. Vivek
    October 13th, 2009 @ 11:00 am

    I think indian universities have a lot of work to do in upgrading themselves before they can attract more international and US students.

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