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Q: What is the Strength of Educational Services in India & China

Foreign students from more than 160 countries are currently enrolled in India and also some prefer to china, Most of the students are enrolled for top engineering institutes in India, so there must me a good strength for educational services, what is that exactly ?

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I am going to double answer this, because I know some ppl who went to India to do Uni.

India can be used as a springboard to the west. Degree in India, post grad diploma in a diploma mill in the UK, then off to the US to do a masters. I lived close to a 'hospitality diploma' place in the UK for a while. Met loads of great ppl going through the system. All had one thing in common...

Tiger parents.

This is a good subject to discuss. We all want the best for our kids, and in my own political belief system there would be minimal to no borders.

But this whole pressure thing on the kids is just plain wrong.

This whole 'rich family sends kids abroad' just increase lack of social mobility. It propagates the whole have and have not concept, and creates grads who are brainwashed into feeling entitled to be superior.

I wish parents would just let their kids be themselves.

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It's cheap? And lessons in India are in English.

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I am going to double answer this, because I know some ppl who went to India to do Uni.

India can be used as a springboard to the west. Degree in India, post grad diploma in a diploma mill in the UK, then off to the US to do a masters. I lived close to a 'hospitality diploma' place in the UK for a while. Met loads of great ppl going through the system. All had one thing in common...

Tiger parents.

This is a good subject to discuss. We all want the best for our kids, and in my own political belief system there would be minimal to no borders.

But this whole pressure thing on the kids is just plain wrong.

This whole 'rich family sends kids abroad' just increase lack of social mobility. It propagates the whole have and have not concept, and creates grads who are brainwashed into feeling entitled to be superior.

I wish parents would just let their kids be themselves.

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