India has organized a study at the Indian Educational Exhibition in Daees Salaam.

The “Study in India” educational exhibition, which started yesterday in Dar es Salaam, has opened in Sri Lanka. Raj K Ganger, Head of the Indian High Commission – Dar es Salaam focuses primarily on informing students about the wide range of courses, free scholarships and disbursements. According to the study, India is offering 1,00,000+ seats to foreign students, of which 60,000+ are canceled seats, from 2600+ courses in AI, engineering, pharmacy to political science.

Studying in India, under the auspices of the Government of India (MoE) under the auspices of the Government of India, facilitates student brotherhood around the world and enables them to get the best out of academic education. Higher Institutions in India. “Study in India” was successfully launched by Govt. On April 18, 2010, students will be able to register and submit their choices based on their preferences and qualifications, after which courses and institutions will be assigned options.

A study of the best Indian institutions in India is being conducted in India, Tanzania and Zambia to promote higher education in India.

IIT Roorkee, National Forensic Sciences University, Career College, CHANDIGARH UNIVERSITY, Connery Lakshmiyah Education Foundation, Maharishi Marcandishwar (formerly considered University), Mulana-Ambala, participating in the Indian Education Fair Dar es Salaam. University, Gujrat, Siksha ‘O’ Anusandhan, SRM Institute of Science and Technology) University of Technology and Velocity.

With over 1,000 students enrolled in Indian studies each year, India has become the preferred educational option for Tanzanian students. The study in India aims to make India the preferred destination for financial and international competitive education in Tanzania.

This program includes partnerships with 100+ Primary Education Institutions in India through the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) or the National Institutional Rating Framework (NIRF).


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