No region on earth is growing faster or expanding its role in international affairs more quickly than the Asian community of nations. And the Indian sub-continent, with its glorious Indus Valley Civilization, is now once again emerging as one of the most important countries of the World. The Indian sub-continent is home to more than 1 billion people, nearly one sixth of the World’s population. The Indus Foundation is an organization dedicated to empowering the students of India for accessing the best educational and career opportunities in the world.
Following are the guiding principles for the working of our organization. We consider these principles as supreme. We try to observe these principles both in letter and in spirit at all times.
- Provide highest quality educational services to students.
- Give students more than what we promise them.
- Act in the best interests of students at all times.
1. EDUCATIONAL COLLABORATIONS
Educational collaborations promote universal and equitable access to education, and develop in students the knowledge, confidence, and requisite skills to become lifelong learners and economic competitors in a dynamic global marketplace. Today, success is determined by access to knowledge. It is no longer an option, it is a mandate for survival. An important mission of the Foundation is to galvanize high-impact educational collaborations between educational entities in India on the one hand and those in Foreign Countries on the other. The Foundation acts as an internationally recognized support system for 21st Century education for bridging the education divide.
Indian educational system has been in transition in the recent past. India has the world’s second largest post-secondary student population of over 12.8 million. It is expected that this number will double over the next 12 to 15 years. Further, Indian economy is transforming into an international powerhouse requiring India to have the best possible educational opportunities for its citizens. Faced with a growing demand for post secondary education and limited resources, India is looking to the private sector and foreign universities to bridge this expected shortage. India is a member of the WTO and has now become a signatory to the General Agreement on Trade in Services (GATS), thereby enabling high quality educational services to be offered in India from around the world.
The Indus Foundation recognizes that collaborative research programs, graduate and post-graduate programs, twinning programs, certificate programs, faculty exchange programs, study in India programs, and partnership programs between Indian institutions and Foreign Universities are extremely useful in meeting the rapidly growing Indian educational needs. These programs contribute to the goal of preparing students to compete in the global economy.
The Foundation has staff with expertise in the Indian and Foreign educational systems. Over the years, the staff has developed extensive contacts with a wide array of accredited Foreign universities.
2. OVERSEAS EDUCATION
With the recent liberalization of the economy in the Indian sub-continent and growing affluence of the large middle class, study in foreign countries is no longer just a dream for many students from the sub-continent. It is indeed a very viable option. Students from the sub-continent are interested in foreign universities to pursue their higher education goals and tap the international career opportunities. The Indus Foundation guarantees admission in foreign universities for all students from the Indian sub-continent, provided they meet the minimum admission criteria of the foreign universities.
The Indus Foundation is an organization of professionals working as authorized representatives and promoters of foreign universities in the Indian sub-continent. The Foundation offers a comprehensive package of services to take care of all processing and application needs of Indian students for study in foreign countries. Its services are directed towards assessing and matching students with the philosophy, requirements, academic offerings and resources of foreign universities. The Foundation assists the students through the entire application process from the identification of the programs of study to the actual enrollment. These services are guaranteed to result in admission of students from the Indian sub-continent in good accredited foreign universities. Students are given a wide range of options to study in the U.S.A., Canada, the U.K., Australia, New Zealand, Germany, France, Ireland, Malaysia, or any other country.
Good quality education is always in great demand. In today’s competitive world, entrance tests such as GRE, GMAT, SAT, TOEFL, and IELTS play a very important role. Admission into a large number of good foreign universities is based on tests in which thousands of students compete with each other. Students have to appear for one or more of these tests and do well for assured admission (with financial assistance) into a good university. Students look for good training institutes through which they can prepare for various entrance tests. The Indus Foundation, with its vast experience and latest training materials, is best suited to train students to do well in the entrance tests and fulfill their aspirations of studying abroad.
The Foundation strongly believes in providing honest, up-to-date and accurate information with friendly and courteous service. It is an organization where students can go for counseling and information. Information dissemination and personal counseling are made available to students from all over the Indian sub-continent. Foundation’s are ideally equipped to assist students to go through the maze of admission processes of foreign universities