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Mission to draw foreign students for studying in India

Ministry of Education (MOE) launched Study in India Programme on 18.04.2018 with the aim of attracting foreign students to Indian higher educational institutions (HEIs) through systematic brand building, marketing, social media and digital marketing campaigns. The programme involves partnerships with 160 plus select Indian institutes/universities (based on NIRF Ranking and NAAC grading). A centralized admission web portal ( acts as a single window for the admission of foreign students under Study in India. 

An examination named PRAGATI (Performance Rating of Applicants through Global Aptitude Test for Indian Institutions) is conducted to offer Study in India Scholarships to meritorious students. Though students from all over the world can apply under this flagship programme, the focus is on 48 target countries across South-East Asia, the Middle East and Africa.

Study in India has been reaching out to international students through Indian missions abroad and with extensive brand building exercise through Newspapers, Radio, Facebook, Instagram, Google Display & Search Network, Twitter, Emailers, WhatsApp, telegram etc.

The information was given by the Minister of State for Education, Dr Subhas Sarkar in a written reply in the Rajya Sabha.

Disclaimer : This is an official press release by PIB.

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