The Indian Embassy in Muscat has mentioned that there are more than 15,000 seats obtainable in these institutes. “Omani students can apply, without the need to pay any fee, in 83 premier educational institutions of their choice,” the embassy has mentioned.
It mentioned that the method to apply for admission has been simplified with the launch of a centralised admission portal (www.studyindia.gov.in).
The embassy mentioned that an algorithm in the portal will rank the applicants primarily based on their merit and allocate seats primarily based on their options. “These educational institutes have also committed to provide scholarships (varying from 100 per cent to 25 per cent depending on the merit of the student) to more than half of the foreign students.”
The centralised admission portal also gives complete details on eligibility specifications, charge structure, visa specifications, locations of remain, expense of living close to the institute, culture of India, locations for travel and experiences shared by foreign students who have studied in India.
The embassy mentioned that India has a network of about 800 universities and three,800 colleges, which is amongst the biggest in the planet.
A quantity of institutions like the Indian Institutes of Technologies (IITs), Indian Institutes of Management (IIMs) and healthcare colleges are identified worldwide for their leading high quality education at inexpensive expense.
“People of Oman are familiar with India, its culture and its folks. India and Oman are geographically close and are effectively connected.
“As many as 250 flights operate every week between India and Oman, connecting Muscat with 12 cities of India directly and hundreds more indirectly. India, therefore, presents a destination of choice for Omani youths for their higher studies.”
For additional specifics and clarifications, get in touch with the embassy via the e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or on the quantity: 24684555.
Information Source: Muscat Daily