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Updated Video Location: http://youtu.be/v6q14yBlpjY [Recorded July 15, 2010] In the last fifteen years the very names Bangalore and Silicon Valley have become evocative of the important connections between India and the United States in the global IT industry. Historian Ross Bassett argues that the linkages between the two countries are far older and deeper than is widely known. In the course of his research, he found that Indian graduates of MIT significantly influenced the creation of modern technological India. In the colonial period, a small group of Indians, including some associated with Gandhi, went to MIT as an anti-colonial act and as a way to develop technological capabilities for India. Indian graduates of MIT played a key role in the founding of the Indian Institutes of Tec...
Subscribe to our channel http://bit.ly/AJSubscribe India boasts one of the world's fastest growing economies, and a large young population. But its government is facing major challenges creating jobs. Academic rather than skill-based subjects are being taught in a majority of schools, and that is hurting students' ability to compete in the global market. Al Jazeera's Prerna Suri reports from Kolkatta. (14 Apr 2011) At Al Jazeera English, we focus on people and events that affect people's lives. We bring topics to light that often go under-reported, listening to all sides of the story and giving a 'voice to the voiceless.' Reaching more than 270 million households in over 140 countries across the globe, our viewers trust Al Jazeera English to keep them informed, inspired, and ent...
Rajiv Jalota MIDP'05, sales tax commissioner for the Government of Maharashtra in India, came back to Duke this year for the graduation of his daughter, Suhani. Both of them have returned to India, where they are working to advance economic and social development.
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Breaking tradition, top American graduates are heading to India to find jobs and opportunity. Many believe that having experience in India is an important addition to their resume in this increasingly globalized world. Some say that its easier to find a good job in India than in the United States, as India's economy is growing while the US economy is predicted to shrink within the next year.
In a house in Kanpur, calorie counting has been abandoned for a large box of mithai after Ayush Sharma, 17, discovered that he has been accepted at the world-famous Massachusetts's Institute of Technology or MIT. A scholarship of a crore is part of the deal and covers his tuition expenses. For his living expenses, Ayush plans to launch a campaign on social media and hopes crowd-sourced funding will come to his rescue. (Audio in Hindi) Watch more videos: http://khabar.ndtv.com/videos?yt
We present you International experience of international students in IIT Madras & India in general. Joshua & Lynette from Zimbabwe have some interesting experience to share. P.S.: We are looking for interns who can correct us :( Credits: Lead Editor: Revanth Katiki Creative Director: Manish Jain Intro. Edit: Ajay Kayath Intro. Animation: Mahesh Shingane Cinematography: Akshat Garg Post Production Manager: Jaskaran Lamba Project Head: Manish Jain, Harsh Patel Interviews by: Manish Jain, Jaskaran Lamba, Bharat Patil Special thanks to Someshwar Gowda & Poojan Patel :)
Click here for a Videochat with a Senior from Harvard University about becoming the first international Vice President on the Harvard Undergraduate Council, the Harvard admission essay, The Harvard Stereotype myth, The Harvard admissions interview his internship at Mr Modi's office and lots more ! Dhruv Talks about:- 1. 0:22 Harvard University a. The environment challenges you to go outside your comfort zone b. Students are great at what they do individually c. You get enriched in perspective at Harvard University d. Being at Universitas Harvard helps you build your knowledge skillset e. Helps you to think about problems and have the toolkit to solve them f. Shashi Tharoor said – the 21st Century will be the fight for diversity 2. 2:29 Harvard Undergraduate Council a. Dhruv joined the H...
Ryan Burtons, Senior Class President of La Plata High School gives a humorous and insightful graduation speech for the Class of 2015. Share with all your friends! Follow Noah Boat: ⇨IG- @loveliveservex ⇨Twitter- @noah_boat Follow Ryan Burton: ⇨IG- @rhinosoccer2 ⇨Twitter- @Ryaburton
Dr. Vaibhav Vaidya, a Cardiology Fellow at Mayo Clinic is back to share his insights on being a foreign medical grad. He gives us his best advice for coming to the US for residency. You can find Dr. Vaidya on Twitter at http://www.twitter.com/drvrvaidya Subscribe to this channel! New videos on Mondays! http://www.AndreaTooley.com
A documentary movie on IIT and its brand reputation. The world's toughest educational institute to get into. Acceptance rate- less than 1.7%. Its a famous saying that combine Harvard, MIT and Princeton - then you will get a feel of the level of IIT. It is very economical and students pay only $700 to study the best-in-the-world education. There are 15 IIt in India, the best ones being Mumbai, Delhi, Kharagpur, Chennai, Kanpur and Roorkee. Some of Notable alumni include Vinod Khosla, Shailesh Mehta, Narayan Murthy, Rajat gupta, Arun Sarin and many more The biggest Indian hit movie, '3 Idiots', was based on author Chetan Bhagat's experiences in his engineering life at IIT Delhi. Students all over India start dreaming of IIt when they are 10 and when they finish their 10th class, they joi...
Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) 2007 Global Alumni Conference -- Santa Clara, California, July 6, 2007. Hillary Clinton tells the mostly male Brahmin caste Indians who graduated IIT that they are "incredibly diverse". To get the latest information on H-1B, L-1, and other types of nonimmigrant visas, be sure to visit this website, and sign up for the free "Job Destruction Newsletter". http://www.jobdestruction.info/ShameH1B/JobDestructionNews.htm
As class-elected speaker, I gave this speech to my 2015 graduating class. I hope you have as much fun viewing it as I did making it! Special thanks to Mean Girls, Step Brothers, Step Brothers 2, Amy Poehler, and Ellen Degeneres for motivation, assistance, and quotes! find me on Instagram: @tessa_otto or contact me by email: email@example.com
Complete program available at: http://fora.tv/2012/11/16/growing_ivy_leagues_building_quality_in_indian_education Though India produces many of the world's top technology and science graduates, the country's universities lag in global rankings. Government minister Kapil Sibal and University of Chicago professor Sunil Kumar discuss this lack of recognition among Indian institutions of higher learning.