Monday, 17 August 2015

Getting internationally acclaimed education courses n India

Getting internationally acclaimed education courses in India
Admission season is at its peak and students are evaluating their admission opportunities…  Some have already taken the admission and most of them are still not able to decide.
It's one of the crucial decisions in the life because ultimately that will help them in choosing the path for their future.
 In today's world everyone wants to work with the multinational companies and there is a huge requirement of people who have a diversified knowledge of other countries and cultures and here education plays an important role.
Well our traditional Indian education is still the same the way our parents used to study but world is changing very fast so for staying with the world we need to stay updated and here comes the role of reputed institutes offering foreign degrees in India.
GD Goenka World Institute is one such reputed institute which mirrors the internationally acclaimed education programmes of Lancaster University. The institute offers management and engineering programmes .The degree is awarded by Lancaster University and is recognized internationally for work or more advanced study.
Lancaster is ranked No. 9 in the UK and No.1 in the North West by the Complete University Guide, and is in the top 1% of universities globally. All its degrees offered even in India are quality accredited by QAA(Quality Assurance Association) and students can take a direct transfer in their second year, into top universities in UK,Canada and elsewhere.
 I am an alumnus of GDGWI and it was really disheartening to read about an article on colleges who are providing foreign degrees where they mentioned that even after paying a lot of amount they have degree but not recognized in India. The author did not seem to be aware of facts and has portrayed a half picture which misleads the prospective students.
 If a person is choosing a foreign degree program then that person knows the quality of education in foreign university and knows that these degrees have the credentials to provide the education in any country and it is also accepted by all the countries.
Hence students should choose wisely amongst Indian education and foreign education.This is one of the things that every student should ask themselves "Where do they see themselves after completing their education? The answer would be probably working in a corporate and starting their own business or joint venture and for that they need global education and a progressive mind-set.

The author is an  alumnus of GDGWI,Gurgaon

Saturday, 10 January 2015

Safest Airlines in the World

10 Safest Airlines In The World

With 21 fatal accidents and 986 fatalities, 2014 was one of deadliest years in aviation history.

According to Australian consumer aviation website, the airline industry transportation 3.3 billion passengers on 27 million flights in 2014.

1 Qantas - Qantas is the Volvo of the airline industry — a company whose reputation and mystique is built upon its clean safety record. This is for good reason. The 93 year-old airline has not had a fatal crash since 1951.

2 Lufthansa: Germany's Lufthansa is a European aviation juggernaut. In operation since 1955, the Frankfurt-based carrier was recently named Europe's best long haul airline by the website. It has not suffered any fatal accidents since 1993.

3 EVA Air: Taiwan's EVA Air was recently named the best long haul airline in Asia by The airline has not suffered any major accidents since its founding in 1988.

4 Etihad: Like its Emirates neighbor, Abu Dhabi's Etihad has maintained an unblemished safety record. It's truly remarkable how quickly the decade-old airline has grown in scale and reputation.

5 Emirates Airlines: Since its inception in 1985, Emirates has grown to become one of the biggest players in the industry. And in those 30 years, the airline has maintained a near-perfect safety record — not suffering a single fatal accident.

6 Cathay Pacific: recently award Cathay Pacific with the honor of best business class accommodations in the world. As comfortable as its business class service may be, the airline is just as competent in terms of safety. Outside of terrorist attacks, Cathay Pacific has not suffered a fatal accident since the 1960s.

7 British Airways is one of the biggest and most decorated airlines in Europe. Although it's been in the news in recent years for a couple of incidents, the airline has only suffered one fatal crash — in 1976— since its formation in 1974.

8 Finnair: As Finland's national airline, Finnair doesn't get as much attention in the media as some of its Scandinavian counterparts. But don't discount the Helsinki-based carrier. It has one of the best safety records in the business and hasn't suffered any major accidents since the 1960s.

9 Singapore Airlines is universally lauded for its high quality service and efficient operations. It is also Business Insider's pick for the best airline in the world. The Changi Airport-based carrier has been accident free since 2000.

10 Air New Zealand has made a fine recovery after a period of financial turmoil in the early 2000s. This renaissance culminated recently naming it the best airline in the world. Air New Zealand has not suffered any significant incidents in the past couple of decades.

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Source - Business Insider