CAT 2018- Expected Cut-off for Top 5 B-schools which are Not IIMs!


Common Admission Test 2017 results were announced on the morning of January 8 th . As many as 20 candidates scored a 100 percentile in this exam.

A good score in CAT ensures a call from the premier institutes of management in India, the IIM’s as it is a gateway for admission in all 20 IIM’s, each of which has their own selection criteria.

However, due to limited number of seats, many candidates who score a decent percentile are left out of the list of shortlisted candidates. But their dreams do not end here, for them, there is no reason to be disheartened because there are a number of institutes in India that provide quality
education and ensure first-rate campus placements for their students.

CAT 2018- Expected Cut-off for Top 5 B-schools which are Not IIMs
CAT 2018- Expected Cut-off for Top 5 B-schools which are Not IIMs!

In-fact some of these Institutes are ranked higher than the new IIM’s by the National Institute Ranking Framework. Here is a list of 5 top B-schools in India that accept CAT scores to give you the education that you were
yearning for.

Faculty of Management Studies- University of Delhi

Faculty of Management Studies is a part of one of the premier institutes of the world, the University of Delhi. FMS has been serving the country’s education system for the past 50 years and has had a notable alumni community. With an annual fee of INR 10,000 only, it has the best ROI among other management institutes. There are different courses offered by FMS such as MBA, PhD, Executive MBA and Executive MBA (Healthcare Administration).

 MBA Program

This is a full-time two year management course where candidates are shortlisted for GDPI on the basis of a composite score computed by giving different weightages to sectional scores:

 Quantitative Ability: 30%
 Data Interpretation and Logical Reasoning: 30%
 Verbal Ability and Reading Comprehension: 40%

This year composite score expected cut-off is 52.98 for General Category. Also, if you are a woman candidate, you have the advantage of additional 3% after the computing of the composite score for CAT 2018 cut off.

Total Number of seats for this discipline: 200
Average package (CTC) offered through campus placements in 2017: INR 20.60 lakhs per annum

 Doctoral Program (Ph.D)

If you have obtained your Masters degree in any discipline, you are eligible for the doctoral program offered by FMS.
Total Number of seats for this discipline: 30

 MBA Executive and MBA Executive (Health Care Administration)

If you have a work experience of five years and above as an executive or an administrator in a commercial or government or registered organization after graduation, you are eligible for this course. The selection criterion involves a General Ability Test conducted by FMS separately.
Total Number of seats for MBA Executive and MBA Executive (Health Care Administration) is 172
and 42 respectively.

Management Development Institute, Gurgaon (MDI)

MDI Gurgaon is a private establishment that has gained its position among top management institutes in a short time. Since its inception in 1973, MDI Gurgaon has provided the business industry with exemplary managers. It is the first institute to be internationally accredited in 2005.

 Post-Graduate Program in Management (PGPM)

This two year course awards a diploma certificate to the candidates. The selection criterion is only through CAT scores and application form. The shortlisted candidates for previous year had a minimum overall cut-off of 94.93 percentile. This year it is expected to go down by 0.45%. XAT
scores are also accepted.

The total course fee is INR 19, 80,720.
Total Number of seats for this discipline: 238

 Post-Graduate Program in Human Resources (PGP-HR)

This is also a two year management course in Human Resources. Short listing of candidates is done on the basis of CAT scores and application form details.

The total course fee is INR 19, 80,720.
Total Number of seats for this discipline: 60

 Post-Graduate Program in International Management (PGP-IM)

The candidate, on completion of this course, will be awarded a post graduate diploma in management and a MIM (Masters in International Management) from ESCP Europe.

The total course fee is INR 23, 96, 400.
Total Number of seats for this discipline: 45
Average package (CTC) offered through campus placements in 2017: INR 18.89 lakhs per annum

Other programs offered by MDI Gurgaon include:

 Executive Post Graduate Programs

Under the executive program, the courses are National Management Programme (NMP), Post Graduate Programme in Energy Management (PGP-Energy Management), Post Graduate Programme in Public Policy and Management (PGP-PPM), and Post Graduate Programme in Management (Part-time).

NMP is a 15 month course and has emerged as a Consortium Executive Programme (Consortium Executive MBA) in partnership with ESCP-Europe. The aim is to give a holistic business outlook to its students. PGP-Energy Management is structured in accordance with the energy development industry. Admission accepts scores acquired through CAT, MDI Test and GMAT.

The total course fee is INR 13, 79, 100.

 Fellowship Programs (Ph.D)

The objective of this course is to satisfy the scholarly needs of working professionals and is a non-residential course. Candidates mostly continue at their respective workplaces while pursuing this course.

National Institute of Industrial Engineering (NITIE)

National Institute of Industrial Engineering, formerly known as National Institute for Training in Industrial Engineering (NITIE), once a training institute, has evolved into a full-fledged management institute. It is located in Mumbai and offers full time two year MBA diploma courses.

 Post Graduate Diploma in Industrial Management (PGDIM)

Application process is through online. The course is tailored to meet the requirements of the industry. PGDIM has an assortment of courses including international linkages, industry collaborations and sponsored research in the curriculum. It is a post graduate residential program
that allows admission through a valid CAT score. This year general category expected cut-off is 97 percentile.

Total Number of seats for this discipline: 274

 Post Graduate Diploma in Industrial Safety and Environmental Management (PGDISEM)

This course focuses on sustainable business development and interposes suitable approaches towards analysis of environmental, social and economic effects. It is a post graduate residential program that allows admission through a valid CAT score. This year general category expected cut-off is 86 percentile.

Total Number of seats for this discipline: 39
The total course fee is INR 8, 10, 000.
Average package (CTC) offered through campus placements in 2017: INR 18.31 lakhs per annum

Other programs offered by NITIE include:

 Post Graduate Diploma in Industrial Engineering (PGDIE)

 Post Graduate Diploma in Project Management (PGDPM)

 Post Graduate Diploma in Manufacturing Management (PGDMM)

PGDIE, PGDPM and PGDMM are post graduate residential programs that allow admission through a valid score of GATE only.

 Fellow (Doctoral) Programme (FP)

This is a doctoral program for candidates who are interested in research. It is a multi-disciplinary course covering a wide gamut of business, social and industrial issues of the industry in research. An average of six fellowships is awarded each year.

S.P. Jain Institute of Management and Research, Mumbai

SP Jain institute of Management and Research is an autonomous management institute in the heart of India’s financial hub, Mumbai. It offers a number of full time, long term and short term courses.
The full time two year residential courses include:

 Post Graduate Diploma in Management (PGDM)

Admission in this programme accepts scores of different entrances like CAT, XAT, and GMAT.

Eligibility criteria include a graduation of minimum three years on any discipline, work experience is not mandatory. Overall qualifying CAT score expected cut-off in PGDM is 85 percentile and sectional cut-off is 70 percentile.

Total Number of seats for this discipline: 240
The total course fee is INR 16, 25, 000.
Average package (CTC) offered through campus placements in 2017: INR 22.24 lakhs per annum

 Post Graduate Programme in Management (PGPM)

Admission in this programme accepts scores of different entrances like CAT, XAT, and GMAT.

Eligibility criteria include a graduation of minimum three years on any discipline with a minimum of five years work experience. Candidate’s interests, accomplishments and extracurriculars are also taken into consideration while admitting the students for this course.

 Post Graduate Management Programme for Women (PGMPW)

It is an innovative program designed for women who are interested to get back to the mainstream corporate jobs after a break.

 Global Management Programme (GMP, formerly called PGCIM)

Admission in this programme accepts scores of different entrances like CAT, XAT, GMAT and GRE.

Eligibility criteria include a graduation of minimum three years on any discipline with a minimum of two years work experience. In this course candidates get the opportunity to begin at SPJIMR and continue the education at partner International schools.

 Fellow Programme in Management (FPM)

This program is for candidates who are willing to become thought leaders and aim to be next Gen academic researchers.

There are several other management programs offered by SPJIMR designed for particular interests like family managed business programs, social sector programs, entrepreneurship programs, global programs, and executive management and education programs.

Shailesh J. Mehta School of Management, Indian Institute of Technology, Mumbai

IIT Bombay established SJMSOM in 1995 to pave the way for engineers to become leaders of tomorrow by imparting them with management education and encouraging interdisciplinary education. The institute as one dedicated course for the aspiring business candidates and a fellowship program for the researchers.

 Master of Management Program

This is a flagship two year full time program of SJMSOM. Eligible candidates are ones who have a minimum of 60% in their graduation and have a valid CAT score. The expected cut-off percentile for general category is 90 percentile.

Total Number of seats for this discipline: 123
The total course fee is INR 2, 29,600.
Average package (CTC) offered through campus placements in 2017: INR 24.48 lakhs per annum

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Overview Of Bangalore’s Finest Universities

Overview of Bengaluru's Finest Universities
Overview of Bengaluru’s Finest Universities

Often referred to as the “Silicon Valley of India”, there’s no doubt that Bangalore has a lot to offer in terms of career development. Starting by laying the foundation of any career, Bangalore has prestigious educational universities that students can trust to start them off on the right foot.
There are numerous factors that a student must consider before seeking admission in any university. However, the decision can be made easier by listing out the most reputed universities in Bangalore.

Below you will find a list of the top universities in Bangalore in no particular order.

Christ University

Established in 1969, Christ University has grown to be one of the most reputed universities in Bangalore. Approved by UGC, Christ University offers UG and PG courses in various streams like Commerce, Management, Arts, Science, Law to name a few.

Graduates from Christ University are known for their Intellectual Competency, Interpersonal Skills, Societal Skills which are polished and developed with the University.

Christ University strives for perfection and excellence by bestowing values like Social responsibility and love of fellow beings. Christ University aims at helping students reach their potential by providing them the relevant tools and exposure.

The placement cell of Christ University helps it’s students find suitable organisations and helps them in planning out their career by providing helpful counselling.

Jain University

Jain University is a well reputed UGC approved university offering a large variety of UG, PG and PhD programmes to its aspirants. Jain University was ranked 5 among the top private universities in India by an India Today survey in 2015.

Jain University has many research centres, like International Institute of Aerospace Engineering and Management, Centre for Disaster Mitigation, Centre for Research in Social Sciences and Education to name a few. These research centres conduct research in areas like Election Studies, Federalism, Adolescent Psychology etc.

With over 11,000 students, Jain University is focused to empower talent with the help of the learning experience they have to offer. Jain University promotes excellence in their students by guiding them, bestowing their ethical beliefs.

Jain University offers 100% placements to it’s students, being the platform of opportunities for their deserving students to excel in their careers.

Indian Institute of Science – IISc

Established in 1909, Indian Institute of Science (IISc) is a government University in Bangalore offering various UG, PG and Ph.D courses in science, technology and engineering. These degrees are broadly divided into two categories:- Degrees by research and Degrees by coursework.
Indian Institute of Science was ranked 1 by NIRF 2017.

Indian Institute of Science has prevalent international relations for collaborations in research and education to exchange students, researchers and faculty members. This exchange helps in allowing the students to get significant international exposure.

Indian Institute of Science has significant achievements for their research, having a competent research cell in place.

Bangalore University

Affiliated with the UGC, Bangalore University was established in 1886. Bangalore University offers a wide variety of UGC recognized UG and PG Courses to it’s aspirants.

Universities like Visvesvarya Technological University, Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Science were emerged by Bangalore University.
Bangalore University’s Institute of Aerospace Medicine is recognized by the ISRO and included in the Indian space program training. Bangalore University has been rewarded Sir M Visvesvarya chair for its research.
Bangalore University provides pre placement training and pre placement talks for the students to help them get their desired placements and kick start their career.

Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore – IIMB

Established in 1886, Indian Institute of Management has grown to be one of the most sought after Institutes all over India. IIMB offers various Post graduate courses in Management, Software Enterprise Management, Public Policy Management etc.

Being the only B School in India to be tanked among Top 5 Asia Pacific B-School, IIMB was also ranked as the top institute for research and teaching in 2016. IIMB collaborates with 114 B-schools worldwide for research, students and faculty exchange.

Students of IIMB are considered to be a valuable talent pool by companies seeking to enhance their human resources, offering an average package of approximately 17 LPA to competent students during campus placements.

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Top 3 Celebrity Chefs of India & Why Should You Choose Cooking?

Chef is a professional who is well versed in preparing food, which are appreciated and loved by all. Professionalism differentiates between a cook and a chef. The word Chef is derived from French term chef de cuisine (French pronunciation: ​[ʃɛf.də.kɥi.zin]), which means the head or leader of the kitchen. Hence, technically, a chef is sort of a team leader who guides his team inside the kitchen to cook and prepare food of the highest quality for their guests.

Indians, who love food so passionately, and are regarded as a nation of food lovers, have unfortunately very less number of professional cooks, who have received global recognition. We wish to create awareness and information about professional chefs, whose skills and acumen be appreciated all over the world.

Here are India’s top 3 professional celebrity chefs:

  • Sanjeev Kapoor:

His fame arose from his incredible popular cookery show Khana Khazana on Zee Tv, which is still running after 20 years! He has hosted over 2000 shows of this TV program non-stop since 1993.


Sanjeev Kapoor studied at Indian Institute of Hotel Management, which is considered as one among the best hotel management colleges in India. He has launched several books, more cookery shows and even a chain of restaurants under his own brand. No doubt, he is the top celebrity chef of India right now.

  • Vikas Khanna:

Interestingly, Vikas Khanna, another top celebrity chef from India studied at one of the best hotel management colleges in India: IHM and then went on to become one of the most popular chefs.


He started his journey from USA, where he was employed. I was fortunate enough to attend of the blogger’s meet hosted by Vikas Khanna, where we realized that he is a gem of a person as well.

  • Tarla Dalal:

Tarla Dalal is another celebrity chef from India, who has gained worldwide reputation for being the best. She has authored over 100 recipe books, which have become best sellers in more than 20 countries.

tarla_Dalal_midday_360x270She is a veteran of cooking and has more than 30 years of experience in producing mind blowing recipes and wooing all.

Why Should You Choose Cooking?

Do you love food and love to cook? Does recipes excite you and makes you wonder whether you can cook that? Do you feel happy when people appreciate your cooking, and it fills you with energy?

If yes, then cooking is definitely for you!

If you are a student, and you have a passion for cooking, then don’t follow the herd and opt for engineering or medical courses. Don’t listen to your friends who tell you that Computer Science and IT pays the best. Follow your passion, listen to your heart and choose a profession which makes you happy.

If cooking makes you happy, then CollegeDunia can help you to choose the best college for hotel management or related skills which can make you a great chef!

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Overview of Law Education In India


The history of law education in India is as old as Indian civilization. Based on the existing notion of tradition and culture, along with religious beliefs, our ancient Kings devised the concept of ‘Dharma’. Ethics and philosophy formed the base of this unofficial law enforcement, which was treated with respect and was adhered to all over the country.

During the Mughal era, the legal system in India worked more or less based on the teaching of Quran and Islamic studies. Some Mughal Kings such as Akbar always had a representative from other religions such as Hinduism so that no unfair judgment is passed.

The real action began after Mughal departed and British took over the country, when an organized, documented system of legal proceedings emerged in India. Earlier on, Indian lawyers and practitioners were debarred from entering the Supreme Court, but after the introduction of historic Legal Practitioners Act of 1846, Indians, along with Indian beliefs, customs and religious point of view were also taken into consideration.


After Independence in 1947, curriculum of legal education formulated in India, with three years of law degree. Law Degrees in India are granted under the Advocates Act of 1961 which was passed in the Parliament and stipulated some concrete regulations of moral ethics and professional etiquettes while offering law services.

Current Law Education

Right now, admission to LLB and LLM in officially accredited law colleges is based on the performance of Common Law Admission Test or CLAT. Some of the top law colleges in India such as National Law College in Delhi have their own common entrance tests.

Bar Council of India is the autonomous body which regulates law education in the country, and advices changes when required. They also check and monitor the colleges which are offering this degree.


The following are the degrees which can be earned after doing law courses in India:

Bachelor of Laws (LLB)

Integrated Undergraduate Degrees (B.A. LL.B., B.Sc. LL.B., BBA. LLB., B.Com. LL.B; which are normally 5 years duration)

Master of Laws (LLM)

Master of Business Law (MBL)

Doctor of Philosophy (PH.D)

In case you want to know more about the best law colleges in India, you can visit CollegeDunia, which is regarded as one of the top educational search engines in India.

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What Is Mass and What Is Communication – Overview of Mass Communication

Mass Communication is the profession where individuals and entities broadcast and relay information to a large quantity of people, defined as mass.

Some of the components of mass communication, through which information and data is usually communicated: newspapers, television, cinema, websites, blogs and radio.

The base of mass communication is that information should be broadcasted in a way which persuades or effects the behavior, attitude, opinion, or emotion of the person receiving the information.


What is Communication?

The most important factor in clearly understanding the subject of mass communication is by clearly comprehending what communication is all about. Mark Twain had famously said that “The difference between the right word and the almost right word is the difference between lightening and a lightening bug”.

With that in mind, let us explore what exactly communication is!

The term communication is derived from Latin term “commūnicāre”, which means “to share”. Thus, communication means to exchange information and data in the most purposeful way across space and time using technical or natural means. Hence, when tribal community shouts across forests to convey information, it is part of communication; when a blogger publishes his blog to share his own point of view, it is communication and so is a TV program airing latest news.


As per Wikipedia, the process of communication can be divided into three stages:

  • Thought: In the initial stages, the information lies in the mind of the sender: which can be a feeling, a concept or an idea
  • Encoding: Conversion of this idea or feeling into a meaningful form of expression is encoding. It can be done electronically or via organic methods
  • Decoding: The receiver converts this encoded information into a way which makes it easier and feasible to consume the data.

What Is Mass?

Mass is the public, the readers, the viewers, the absorbers of information, who will consume your communication. For understanding mass, you have to be specific and focused on the niche where you want to implement your mass communication principles.

The study of mass communication is now mainstream, as India’s top educational institutes have started offering this field of study. Some of the top mass comm. colleges in India are now popular even in abroad as students visit them for availing the best education.

Alternative to Mass Communication

Journalism is a close cousin of mass communication, and if writing and observing is your cup of tea, then you can even opt for some of the best Journalism colleges in India such as Asian College of Journalism, ICFAI and Asian Academy of Film & Television.

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5 Interesting Facts About Dental Practices In India

As per Wikipedia, dentistry is the branch of medicine which is involved in the study; diagnosis; prevention and treatment of oral cavity and of adjacent tissues and structures. Dentistry has a fascinating history inside India.



Top 5 interesting facts about dental practices in India:

  • In the ruins of Indus Valley Civilization, archeologists have found human teeth which were drilled way back in 3300 BC. This means that the practice and study of dental sciences was prevalent even in those times, which are 10,000 years from current time.
  • Danteshwari is a temple in Bastar, Jharkhand which is dedicated to the tooth of Sati. It is believed that when Sati was being taken to heaven, her teeth fell in this location. Locals believe that all tooth problems get resolved over here, by divine intervention.
  • There are several instances of dentistry and dental research in ancient Indian stories and epics such as Mahabharat. For example, when Karan was injured during the battle, Krishna came to him disguised in the form of Brahmin, and demanded that he give him gold. Karan had earlier promised all Brahmins that he will donate Gold to any Brahmin which comes to him. Karan had a golden tooth, and he extracted it to donate to Krishna. Medical historians believe that dentistry was well advanced during that time which helped Karan to extract his tooth.
  • Sushruta, who was regarded as one of the greatest Indian sage and medical teacher taught dentistry in Kashi (modern day Banaras), which proves that dentistry was flourishing all over India. Later, as Hinduism reached another stage of superstitions and fears, the practice was not followed, which didn’t change much during Mughal period.


  • In 1924, the first Dental college was established in India. Dr. R. Ahmed started this dental college in Kolkata. In 1933, the legendary Nair Dental College and Hospital was opened and in 1938, The Government Dental College in Mumbai were opened, which formed the biggest trio of dental education in the country.

If you are searching for the best BDS colleges in India, then do visit CollegeDunia, which is India’s best educational search engine. Not only you will discover top BDS colleges in India, you will also know the details of their admission and other details.

3 Rare Images & 3 Interesting Facts About IIT Roorkee Which You Didn’t Knew

IIT Roorkee was established in the year 1853, and it was known as Thomason College of Civil Engineering during that time. Later, after India’s independence, the name changed to University of Roorkee. In 2001, it was made part of the IITs, and its name changed to IIT Roorkee.

The name was derived from its founder Sir James Thomason, who was a lieutenant governor in the British Raj, posted at Haridwar, a place near to Roorkee.

IIT Roorkee is considered as one of the best engineering colleges in India, and especially as one of the top MTech colleges in India.

Here are 3 interesting facts which were not aware of about IIT Roorkee:

  • In its earlier years, its prestige ( and to some extent quality of education) was so high that engineering degree was only allowed for Europeans. Indians were allowed non-engineering courses. Later in 1948, it was renamed to University of Roorkee and became the first engineering college of Independent India. Jagdish Narain, who later became famous soil scientist, was its first student.


  • IIT Roorkee have signed Memorandum of Understanding with several universities which enable more than 500 students every year from 50 countries to visit their campus and study there. Some of the participating universities are: National University of Singapore (NUS); Royal Institute of Technology (KTH), Stockholm; Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Switzerland; Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Switzerland; Technische Universität München (TUM), Germany; Institut National des Télécommunications, France; University of Texas at Dallas, USA; New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT), USA; University of Waterloo, Canada; University of Western Ontario, Canada.


  • It is the only institution in India, whose alumni is so powerful: 25 awardees of the prestigious Shanti Swarup Bhatnagar Prize for Science and Technology; 10 awardees of Padma Bhushan; 2 awardees of Padma Vibhushan and innumerable MPs, MLAs, Head ofd Government Departments. Amit Singhal, who played a major part in structuring Google algorithm along with Rakesh Agarwal, father of Data Mining has also studies at IIT Roorkee

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National Institute of Technology (NIT) – An Overview

When I was studying Masters in Mangalore, our college team happened to visit National Institute of Technology (NIT) campus in Suratkal, which was around 25-30 kms from Mangalore. There was one event happening where final year CS students were demonstrating the robots functionary.

At a time when Mangalore University was busy teaching us COBOL language, this display of futuristic technology complete amazed us. After the demo, I went to a student who was on stage, and asked him how did they even imagine such a thing?

“Man, we are late. See the US and Israel students, and then our demonstration of robots will look so elementary!”

The words still linger on, when class 12th students ask me about which college to choose for engineering. If we forget IITs for a while, then NITs are definitely the answer. Yes, the entrance procedures are somewhat tough, but trust me, the fight is worth fighting.

History of NITs

Jawaharlal Nehru, our first PM was a visionary of technology and science. Just after we got our Independence from Britishers, he embarked on his mission to make India self-reliant for all matters concerning innovations and scientific growth. Not only that, NITs were formed to promote regional diversity and multi-cultural understanding in the country.

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During the initial phase, Nehru named them as Regional Engineering Colleges, which were meant to be autonomous institutes, governed by the respective state governments. The plan was to create on REC in every state of India.

Between 1959 and 1965, 14 RECs were opened in Bhopal, Allahabad, Kozhikode, Durgapur, Kurukshetra, Jamshedpur, Jaipur, Nagpur, Rourkela, Srinagar, Surathkal, Surat, Tiruchirappalli, and Warangal. Silchar got one  in 1967 and Hamirpur in 1986, and Jalandhar in 1987.

The Government of India declared RECs as Institute of National Importance.

In 2002, Murli Manhohar Joshi, then HRD Minister converted allm RECs into NITs, thereby making them almost equivalent of IITs.

Entrance Exams

Earlier, the entrance to NITs across the country depended on the All India Engineering Entrance Exam (AIEEE), which was later replaced by Joint Entrance Exam (JEE Main), which is the current norm.

More Information About NITs

CollegeDunia, which is India’s most recognized search engine for colleges and entrance exams has listed comprehensive information about all regional NITs in India, access to which is free for all.

If you are looking for NIT Suratkal placements or the courses offered at NIT Tiruchirapalli, then CollegeDunia will prove to be the best resource for you. You can checkout images and videos from the college, know about the entrance procedure and have insights from other students.

As of now, World Bank provides financial assistance to the tune of Rs 2500 crore for NITs, along with Rs 10,000 crore assistance provided by the Indian government to promote research and development in NITs.

If science is your favorite subject, and engineering is all you dream, then NITs are the best bet for your future.

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Lovely Professional University (LPU): An Overview

Imagine studying in a 600 acre campus, teeming with 25,000 students studying 200+ programs, supported by 3500 teaching and non-teaching staff with gigantic hostels accommodating 15,000 students and connections with 35 top Universities around the world.

Welcome to Lovely Professional University – India’s largest private university in terms of students in a single campus.

Unless you have been living under a rock cave, you must have heard about LPU, and the amazing educational environment it offers for students.

LPU is recognized under Section 2(F) of UGC Act 1956, and currently 25,000 students from 28 states and 26 countries are studying there. The University is situated on NH1 at the entrance of Jalandhar city in Punjab.

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The best part about studying in a university like LPU is the exposure which one gets in terms of education and extra-curricular activities. LPU has tie-ups with some of the biggest universities of the world from UK, USA, Australia and Canada, due to which LPU students get a chance to visit these universities and study there as well.

Courses Offered

LPU offers world class education in the fields of Engineering, Medical, Management, Arts, Humanities and Science, including Commerce, Computers, Design, Architecture, Law and lot more. You can get a comprehensive list of courses offered at LPU at CollegeDunia, which is India’s most popular search engine for education.

In case you are looking for the best law colleges in India, besides LPU, then CollegeDunia can help you in that as well.

International Programs at LPU

There are mainly 4 types of International Programs offered at LPU:

a)      International Twinning Arrangement Programs: Students can complete a part of education at LPU, and the rest at any one of the partner universities all over the world.

b)      English Language Programs for international students: Students from those countries where English is not the first language can get their in-depth knowledge and expertise of Englishj language

c)       Study India Programs: International students can take part in this initiative and learn more India and it’s rich cultural heritage

d)      Study Abroad Programs: Students can complete their degrees from any foreign university, which has tied up with LPU, and the marks and credits would be clubbed together as per Indian educational system.

In terms of ranking and reviews, LPU no doubt stands out among the mediocre colleges from the rest of India. If you are looking for world class education from a University which values knowledge and skills, the LPU is the place to be.