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This Is How Educators Can Retain Students Going Abroad For Education

Quoting the QS World Education Ranking, India is only second to China in terms of students enrolling in foreign schools and colleges.

By Features Writer
This Is How Educators Can Retain Students Going Abroad For Education

As local educators, it’s high time to think about what could be done in order to improve the Indian education system, offering quality education nationally?

Improve the ease of admission

Ease of admission is one of the prime issues because of which students fly to other countries for pursuing education. Admission in India’s top-notched universities is highly competitive, given that lakhs of students pass out every year. The rat race to secure admission becomes tougher, depending on the level of study.   

Therefore, educators need to enhance the enrollment process, allowing more students to study under your brand.

Variants options of study

The institutes focusing on popular STEM courses only (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) is an often raised concern in the Indian education system. Whereas, global educators are offering a variety of courses like conventional and unconventional fields such as entertainment, sports, etc.

Thus, educators need to come up with different courses, apart from the traditional ones to fulfill the dreams of young students looking for opportunities. Establishing a university with such a curriculum can act as a successful solution.

Improving the quality of education

Even the standard of courses in Indian colleges is still developing, lack of the practical application of skills learned is still an issue. Indian educators are lacking with the conceptual learning procedure, where international brands win the race.

Thus, in order to attract the students for pursuing their education nationally, educators need to improve their educational pattern. They have to think beyond rote learning, engaging students in active learning.

Applying the above-mentioned factors may gradually help the Indian education system evolve. They can retain and attract students to continue with their education on their motherland itself.

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