Indian higher education system is not lagging behind anymore, says Princess of Sharjah

26 Feb, 2019
Indian higher education system

NOIDA– On Monday, Princess of Sharjah, Sheikha Hend Bint Faisal Al-Qassemi praised the higher education systems and the benchmarks in the field of medical care. According to her, India’s education system is as excellent as abroad.

She added talented Indian students have made it big by occupying the different positions in the organizations like Google and NASA. Google has 20% to 30% employees from India, including the CEO Mr. Sundar Pichai.

She had an interactive session with the students at Nehru Arts and Science College and said, “In terms of rich environmental resources and education, India is no lesser than any other nation in the world.”

“I feel proud for India for going beyond the excellence in medical and education and it’s good to see Indian students going place and contributing to the growth of the nation,” she mentioned and lauded the India’s contribution at a global extent.

The princess stated educational bodies were developing at a rapid pace in India, while in Sharjah, the education benchmarks as well as medical care standards were high.

She also said Sharjah offers its meritorious students with free education and conveyed a suggestion that the institutions and universities in India should also initiate with providing merit scholarships for the students who outperformed in the exams.

Irrespective of the problems like unemployment and poverty, India have the capacity to overcome all such problems, she stated.

Over the last 20 years, the Information Technology sector has grown in leaps and bounds and also advised that India should use their wisdom to extinguish the worldwide poverty.

Writer by passion, journalist by profession, Ankit has a sensitive nose for news, especially about educational affairs.


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