India’s 10 Best Universities for 2018

Education is the passport to the future, for tomorrow belongs to those who prepare for it today.” —Malcolm X, former American Minister and Human Rights Activist

Education is not only the past and present of the society; it plays a major role in structuring the future of the society. It helps us discipline ourselves for the challenges that the 21st century holds before us. An educational institution, right from primary, secondary to higher education is of utmost importance for structuring the right values and making an individual ready for the future challenges. Being a part of an institution teaches you to work in a team, while preparing you to stand alone as and when necessary. It makes you confident and empowers you. An Educational institution is not just a place where people go to further increase their knowledge in a specific area, and/or to acquire a degree; it is the place that is responsible for one’s overall development.

“Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.”— Nelson Mandela

Throughout the years, the mode of imparting education has developed and become more tech savvy. This step is necessary to keep up with the new technologies and increase the ease of receiving knowledge. Many top rated universities, which provide highly competitive world class education to their pupils, have started adapting and providing facilities that make the campus life of the students easy, by adapting these technologies in their daily curriculum and practices. Technology has allowed the universities to allow a more practical approach to subject that were otherwise being taught in a traditional and conventional way. With this in mind, we introduce our latest edition on “India’s 10 Best Universities for 2018”. These universities have proven their worth through their accomplishments and prestigious Alumni.

University of Calcutta: A Pioneering Leader in Educational Excellence


University of Calcutta was established in 1857 as the first modern university in the entire south east Asia; the public funded affiliating university presently has about 0.4 million undergraduate registered students in about 150 affiliated colleges and more than 12000 post-graduate students, with three-fifth females in different academic programs offered in social sciences, literature, commerce, business management, science, agriculture, and technology, in 9 academic campuses named after benefactors, martyrs of freedom struggle, and past Professors and Vice Chancellors who contributed significantly towards growth and development of the university in its formative years during the colonial period.

For decades, the university has been playing a

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