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Student Visa Overview

Located in South Asia and home to over 1.2 billion people, India is the second most populous country in the world. It shares a land border with Pakistan, Nepal, Bangladesh, China, Bhutan and Myanmar. It is also surrounded by the Indian Ocean, the Arabian Sea and the Bay of Bengal.

There are five main types of higher education institutions in India. These are:

• Central universities: controlled by the central government
• State universities: governed by one of the country’s regions
• Deemed universities: high-performing institutions with equal status to universities
• Institutes of National Importance (INI): funded by the central government, these include the Indian Institutes of Technology, and the Indian Institutes of Management
• Private universities: privately established and funded institutes of higher education.

India is now known as a communication hub, and is attractive due to its forward thinking. You will find the headquarters of many international companies located in India. These include Ford, Suzuki and Coca Cola. With impressive architecture and the ability to appease all five of your senses, students will enjoy a whole new cultural experience. Famous Indians include the civil rights leader Mahatma Gandhi, and the actor Mohammad Ali (not to be confused with the boxer!). If you choose to study in India, make sure to sample as much of the cuisine as you can, as the style of food varies across the country.

India is a ‘megadiverse’ country, and contains three regions known as ‘biodiversity hotspots. You will find 9% of all mammals living in India, as well as 6% of all flowering plants. This is partly due to the varying terrain and climate in the country. The habitats range from coniferous forests in the Himalayas to tropical rainforests. Temperatures tend to be mild all year round, with heavy rainfall in the tropic climate areas.

Our Student Visa Package

An Indian student visa does not have a set processing period, however the majority of applicants will hear back within two weeks of filing their application. Even while visas can be issued fast, it's still advisable to begin the visa application procedure as soon as you have your acceptance letter. You might not receive your visa in time if there are any issues or delays with your application. Don't let your visa application fall between the cracks and ruin your plans.

Admission requirement

Document checklist

• Two (2) copy Photograph 2X2 white background
• All academic Certificate and Transcript
• University Offer letter
• University Acceptance letter (After admission- partial Tuition fees Confirmation)
• Utility bill Copy
• Sponsor ID or Passport
• Sponsor Proof of Occupation
• Parents Declaration (if sponsored by parents or Guardian)
• Bank Statement (50,000 BDT)
• Bank Solvency Letter
• NID/Birth Certificate
• Passport Copy
• Visa copy, If any University Money receipt (Partial Tuition fees)
• Visa Application form

Tuition fees

• B-Tech -150000inr- 4,00,000inr / year
• M-Tech -1,60,000inr-5,79,000 inr/ year
• BBA - 50000inr- 2,00,000 inr/ year
• MBA -2,50,000nr - 5,00,000 inr/ year


Indian universities give (50 to 100)% scholarships.

University List

• SRM University
• BITS_Pilani (Birla Institute of Technology and Science)
• Institutio Milangino Sharda University
• Lovely Professional University (LPU)
• IIM (Indian Institute of Management)
• IIT (Indian Institutes of Technology)
• Geeta Universiy
• Chandigarh University
• Rayat Bahra University
• Bahra University
• JIS University
• KIIT University
• Galgotias University
• Thapar Institute
• Rajarambapu Institute of Technology
• Danish Ahmed College of Engineering
• RK University
• ITM University
• Jain University
• Parul University
• PDEU (Pandit Deendayal Energy University)
• Chitkara University
Mody University
• Adamas University
• Tulas Institute of Technology
• AIMS Institute
• DIT University
• Amity University
• Brainware University
• ITM University
• Karnavati
• Adity Institute
• Anna University
• Amity University
• Marwadi University
• GD Goenka University
• Brainware University
• KL University
• OM Sterling Global University

Work opportunities

There are no part-time job opportunities for students in India. But student get 100% JOB placement.