Indian students major contributors to US economy: Report

Washington: Foreign students from India, China and South Korea are the major contributors to the US economy with the host country earning USD 21.8 billion in tuition fees and USD 12.8 billion in living costs from them.

Kerry visits IIT, walks out impressed with students

"Very exciting" and "excellent" were the words used by US Secretary of State John Kerry as he visited two laboratories at the prestigious Indian Institute of Technology here on Thursday and interacted with the students.

Indian Embassy asks students to postpone travel to Ukraine

In view of prevailing unrest in eastern Ukraine, the Indian Embassy in Kyiv on Wednesday advised Indian students planning to return for their new academic year in institutions in the areas in that country, to postpone their travel.

Indian students leave east Ukraine, on way home

The first batch of 500 Indian students has arrived safely in Kiev from Ukraine`s restive eastern region of Lugansk and will be returning to India after the Indian mission facilitated their evacuation.

Indian students leave east Ukraine, on way home

The first batch of 500 Indian students has arrived safely in Kiev from Ukraine`s restive eastern region of Lugansk and will be returning to India after the Indian mission facilitated their evacuation.

CWIT announces short research, professional visits grants

Charles Wallace India Trust (CWIT) has announced 10-15 short research and professional visits grants annually of up to £1400 for Indian students in UK for the year 2015.

Nine Indian students awarded at Intel International Science and Engineering Fair

As Intel announced the names of the winners of its International Science and Engineering Fair (Intel ISEF), held last week in California, nine Indian students made it to the list at the world`s largest international pre-college science competition.

Lord Bilimoria for easing of UK visa rules for Indian students

Expressing concern over the decline in the number of Indian students coming to study in UK universities, leading NRI entrepreneur Lord Karan Bilimoria has asked the British government to remove students from the immigration figures and reintroduce the post-study work visa.

Columbia University students launch website on India`s elections

A group of Indian students at Columbia University here has launched a website focused exclusively on India`s upcoming general elections, promising to provide a comprehensive and "no high-brow and jargon-led" reportage of the event.

€250,000 scholarship fund for Indian students

University College Dublin announces a total of over 100 scholarships in undergraduate, graduate and post-graduate programs, Gauri Rane reports.

Indian students are welcome: UK

Concerned that there are fewer Indians studying in Britain now, the UK on Monday affirmed that there is no cap their number and they are more than welcome to pursue education.

US safest place for Indian students, no racism: Diplomat

Being a diverse country, the United States is the safest place for students, particularly from India, and there is no need for any fear about racism, a senior US diplomat on Wednesday said.

Candian universities to woo Indian students

Officials from nine Canadian universities will visit India for two weeks to meet students in selected schools in five cities to hold information sessions on how Canada can be a premier destination for higher education.

President asks students going abroad to retain link with motherland

As institutions of higher learning face faculty crunch, President Pranab Mukherjee on Friday urged students who opt for higher education abroad to remain engaged with "often difficult, and somewhat noisy democracy of ours."

Virgin Atlantic`s scholarship scheme for Indian students

Young Indian students flying to the UK and the US for studies can share their vision on how to use their education to solve a problem of the world and earn a scholarship of Rs 5 lakh from Virgin Atlantic.

Britain wants more Indian students: UK minister

Indian students should not be misled by reports and shun British institutions, UK`s business minister said.

Britain wants more Indian students: UK minister

Indian students should not be misled by reports and shun British institutions, UK`s business minister said here today asserting that no cap on the number of overseas students in the country.

Can`t stop good students from coming to UK: Swraj Paul

NRI industrialist and educationist Lord Swraj Paul criticised the current visa system for students in the United Kingdom.

Visa issuance to Indian students by USA doubled in 2012

America is facilitating enrolment of more Indian students and issuance of student visas went up by 50 per cent in 2012 as compared to the previous year.

Indian students get chance to code for Windows

In less than a week from now, thousands of charged up students will get together to develop apps for the Windows platform.