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Bagbazar, Kathmandu, Nepal


India today has the proud distinction of being the world's largest democracy. A remarkable Constitution, well-developed democratic institutions and true participation by the people in social governance are the hallmarks of this democracy. Faith in the democratic process is nurtured as well as protected by an independent judiciary, an alert and free media and active non-governmental organisations. The symbols of a vibrant democracy are all around us.
A functioning democracy is one where every individual is able to find his place in society, seek his rights and pursue a vocation in tune with his abilities. India's multi-party democracy is the successful embodiment of this very process. India has held freely contested elections at regular intervals since independence. The scale of the electoral process is immense: 620 million voters requiring 4.5 million election officials. While ballot boxes have to be transported on elephant-back to some remote rural areas, other places have Electronic Voting Machines as welcome innovations. The strength of India's democratic traditions was shown once again by the people of Jammu & Kashmir in October 2002, when 44% of the voters came forth and exercised their choice at the hustings despite the terrorist threat.
What also makes India a vibrant democracy is the assimilative nature of its society. Age old traditions have dovetailed with the modern concept of democracy. Outsiders have been welcomed, cultural influences seen as enriching; proactive inclusiveness has led to the development of a successful democracy in modern India.
A melting pot of cultures, India is home to people of all major faiths of the world. Secularism is not only a way of life - it is a philosophy embedded in India's history. Diversity abounds - in geography as well as in culture. In this land of mighty mountains and spectacular deserts washed by the waters of three oceans, a billion people live together -people who speak 18 major languages, worship different Gods and celebrate different festivals. They also celebrate unity and their unique Indianness.
Why you should come to India ?
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Strong University Network
With over 343 universities and 17,000 colleges offering the widest spectrum of courses. India has the second largest education system in the world.
•    52    - Deemed Universities
•    162  - Traditional Universities
•    40    - Agricultural / Forestry / Fisheries / Veterinary Universities
•    36    - Engineering and Technology Institutes such as Indian Institutes of Technology,
          Indian Institute of Science etc.
•    18    - Medical Universities
•    11    - Open Universities
•    18    - National Institutes of Technology
Global Recognition
Indian universities and institutes of higher education and research have made significant contribution in research and development in the areas ranging from biotechnology to ocean engineering. In traditional subjects like arts and humanities, pure sciences, applied physics, chemistry, and mathematics, Indian universities and institutes of higher studies have been playing a leading role.
The country has also been active in the development of space technology, production and launching of indigenous satellites and development of peaceful nuclear energy. Besides, India is also recognized the world over for its information technology talent.
All these developments and initiatives have brought the country to the forefront as a technologically advanced nation. In fact, a large number of developing countries today look at India for training and guidance to further their development initiatives.
The courses as well as professionals trained in Indian educational institutions are recognized the world over - 200 of the Fortune 500 companies regularly participate in campus placements in Indian institutions.
Stepwise procedure for Study in India
The procedure for admission is given below:
Step 1: Queries, Clarifications over Email/ Phone/ Letter/ Personal Contact
Step 2: Select the course and college
Step 3: Submit application form for admission
Forward the following to us:
•    Application form duly filled in with all enclosures
•    Demand Draft payable in USD 1100* (Including Application Fee 100 USD and Service Charge)
Step 4: Get the provisional admission letter from the LEE Consultants, in order to obtain the visa.
Step 5: Show this letter to the Indian Embassy in the respective country and get a student visa endorsed to institution. NRI students do not require a visa.
Step 6: Report to the institution for admission. Fill the permanent admission form and submit it with the following documents (in original along with a Photostat copy):
•    a. Degree/ Pass Certificate of the qualifying examination
•    b. Mark list of qualifying examination.
•    c. Student visa in original.
•    d. A Photostat copy of their passport - duly attested by a notary.
Note: The original certificates will be returned to the students immediately after making an endorsement to this effect.
Step 7: Undergo the medical examination and get the medical fitness certificate. As per government rules all international students entering India on student visa have to be tested for HIV and will not be given admission if found to be positive. All international students will be required to pay medical fees of US $ 50, which includes the medical insurance cover for the first year. For subsequent years the medical insurance fees will be same as for other Indian students and is included in other fees.
Step 8: Appear for the proficiency test in English, if any as per admission requirement of the Institution. This is only applicable, if the qualifying examination is not in the English medium.
Step 9: Admission of international students will be confirmed only after verification of original certificates, medical fitness test and payment of required fees.
Step 10: Within a week of arrival in India register their names with the police in the Foreigner Regional Registration Office (FRRO) of the local Police.
Living in India
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Most international students and visitors to India praise the warm, welcoming environment and the hospitality of the Indians they are associated with and form life-long friendships with them.
Living in India is safe. Per capita crime rates in India are very low. From an International student's perspective, most Indians are peace-loving, middle-path oriented, happy and warm hearted individuals. Aggression and cruelty does not come naturally to them.
Living in India is very inexpensive. Most International students have a very comfortable and safe living experience for as low as US$150 per month. Like in any society, India offers many cost options. There are 7-star, deluxe, newly built condominium complexes that cost a bundle and then there are safe, decent apartments in better neighborhoods that rent for a reasonable amount. You can choose your option depending on your budget and your desired lifestyle.
Student Hostels
Many of the colleges have a hostel or dormitory facility for their students. Most of these hostels are intended for Indian students who are on a budget and looking for economical housing. While they offer safe and comfortable living quarters, they may impose several restrictions on the lifestyles that some international students may be accustomed to. This option is recommended for those international students on a budget, very accommodative and patient in nature, who are willing to sacrifice a bit on their lifestyle.
Renting on your own
Students have the option of renting housing on their own. The general norms include a monthly rental fee and a 10 month deposit to be paid in advance. Students can rent an apartment on their own or share an apartment with other students. If this option is suitable for you then LEE Consultants can assist you in finding a house.
Service Apartment
The service apartment is made to look and feel exactly like a home. A service apartment generally provides you with an Air-condition or Non AC furnished flat, equipped kitchen, TV, fridge, washing machine, landline, internet, power back-up, fire safety & security and some even provide you with a locker. Cleaning is done everyday and also has the provision at an extra cost for laundry services. The tariff charge depends on how long is the stay, location and Service provider. Most of these providers insist on a security deposit to be paid in advance.

•    MBBS
Dental Care
•    BDS
•    MDS
Engineering & Technology
•    BE/B.Tech
Management & Business administration
•    BBA/BBM
•    BHM(Hotel Mgmt)
•    MBA
•    BCA
•    B.Sc. (IT)
•    MCA
•    M.Sc. (IT)
•    D.Pharm.
•    B.Pharm.
•    M.Pharm.
•    BPT
•    MPT
• Medical Lab Technology    Nursing
•    GNM
•    B.Sc Nursing
•    BAMS
Yoga Programs
Training Programs
Internship programs
Graduation Courses
•    B.Com
•    B.Sc. (Biotech)
•    B.Sc. (Genetics)
•    B.Sc. (Microbiology)
•    B.Sc. (Biochemistry)
•    B.A. (Fashion Design)
Post Graduation
•    M.Sc. (Biotech)
•    M.Sc. (Genetics)
•    M.Sc. (Microbiology)
•    M.Sc. (Biochemistry)
•    M.A. (Fashion Design)

MBBS Course
MBBS Course
Duration:    Four & Half Years + 1 Year Internship
Eligibility:    A.    Minimum age of 17 years
    B.    Candidates having 50% marks together in Physics, Chemistry & Biology at 10+2 level or any equivalent exam and must have English as a subject.
Note: A No Objection Certificate from the Department of Health, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India, is also required.
MBBS Course Overview:
The course aims to prepare the student to understand the structure and functional aspects of human body, pathological conditions, drug usages, community health aspects and medico-legal aspects. After completion of four and half years of study and one year internship they become competent medical professionals.

Duration:    Five Years Including Internship
Eligibility:    A.    Minimum age of 17 years
    B.    Candidates having 50% marks together in Physics, Chemistry & Biology at 10+2 level or any equivalent exam and must have English as a subject.