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Why do indian students go abroad for studies when education is good here

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Asked by kamini joshi, 15 Jun '11 02:07 pm
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Your are right, magar kaun samjhayega in naadanonko!!!! Banisbat, baahar k desh ke students India mei padhney aatey hai kyun ki yahan ka edu. standard highclass ka hai!!!
Answered by Vishwanath V, 15 Jun '11 02:16 pm

 
  
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The SYLLABUS is the same nowadays but the APPROACH is different. Indian education teaches a subject through the McCauley approach. Western education teaches using a heuristic approach. Indian education system encourages u 2 become ordinary, whereas a Western education system encourages u 2 excel. The venues for creativity expression is dreadfully low in India. THis is the main point of West's strength. Also research opportunities in India are very limited- u need 2 shine as in be in the top 5 percent or so to get sabaticals, sponsorships etc., but in West even an average student can avail of these facilities.

And of course, in West there is no moral police and nobody telling u what 2 wear, what 2 smoke, who to talk to etc etc.
Answered by A Moin, 15 Jun '11 02:15 pm

 
  
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Are u aware that almost 60 to 70 percent of the person who are going abroad, did not get good marks here and could not get admission in top colleges or even good colleges. most of the institutes abroad who take in foreign students do it for money and not for the marks of this people.
i have met persons in australia gone on a student visa and their knowldfge of english was worse than that of a primary class student. But it does not mean every one gets admission abroad like this only. colleges in uk , like cambride harvard in usa etc give admission base on educational record only
Answered by rajan, 15 Jun '11 02:14 pm

 
  
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People have several reasons in some parts people have craze for Phoren so they even go to tier 3 UK and Australian universities for some insignificant course.
But there is a large section who go for real reasons , You need to see top US universities to find how advanced they are compared to what passes off as world class in India. Standford , Harvard , Princeton , Duke etc are best in the world and opens up new horizons for students. Indian Institutes boast of alumni who are sucessful but they convinently overlook if the sucess of Alumni is thier making or they got masters / Phd in some foreign university or if they attained skills working in some MNC. There is no real output either in terms of research or any real products coming out of IITs.

Even if you look at open source projects they are funded and developed by students of US universities where as so called IT superpowers elite institutes are totally aloof and just sukers to labs set by MNCs for furthering their own toolkits a ...more
Answered by Batao Na, 15 Jun '11 02:13 pm

 
  
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To earn money n respect in india + to get the degree
Answered by mitu raj, 15 Jun '11 02:11 pm

 
  
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Coz they want to do somthing for india.. they are better aware that there are so many people learning for itz own country... they goes to abroad and learn their techniques and culture.. to apply the same in our(indian) country. so that we will continue to progress. and i think itzz too gud... i solute who do the same.
Answered by harpreet, 15 Jun '11 02:11 pm

 
  
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True good = CUT COPY & PASTE
Source: logic
Answered by simon waaras, 15 Jun '11 02:09 pm

 
  
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