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International Recruitment Opportunities in India
International Recruitment Opportunities in India
International Recruitment Opportunities in India
International Recruitment Opportunities in India
International Recruitment Opportunities in India
International Recruitment Opportunities in India
International Recruitment Opportunities in India
International Recruitment Opportunities in India
International Recruitment Opportunities in India
International Recruitment Opportunities in India
International Recruitment Opportunities in India
International Recruitment Opportunities in India
International Recruitment Opportunities in India
International Recruitment Opportunities in India
International Recruitment Opportunities in India
International Recruitment Opportunities in India
International Recruitment Opportunities in India
International Recruitment Opportunities in India
International Recruitment Opportunities in India
International Recruitment Opportunities in India
International Recruitment Opportunities in India
International Recruitment Opportunities in India
International Recruitment Opportunities in India
International Recruitment Opportunities in India
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An analysis of international recruitment opportunities in India for a university based in the United States. Relevant social and economic data included, with suggestions for building a working model …

An analysis of international recruitment opportunities in India for a university based in the United States. Relevant social and economic data included, with suggestions for building a working model for recruitment of Indian students to this particular university.

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  • http://www.northeastern.edu/studyabroad/programs/description/?id=53#Host University – has descriptions of FVG, FAAP, and Northeastern’s own programs.
  • World Urbanization Projects (2010) - http://esa.un.org/unup/index.asp?panel=2 Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (2009) - http://replay.web.archive.org/20090226031015/http://www.mmrdamumbai.org/projects_muip.htmWorld GazetteerPopulation Study (2010) http://www.world-gazetteer.com/wg.php?x=&men=gcis&lng=en&dat=80&geo=-104&srt=pnan&col=aohdq&msz=1500&pt=c&va=&srt=pnanLargest Urban Agglomerations 1950-2015 http://www.un.org/esa/population/publications/WUP2005/2005WUP_DataTables11.pdf“Chennai, Detroit of Asia?”, Rediff Business (June 2010) - http://business.rediff.com/slide-show/2010/jun/30/slide-show-1-auto-is-chennai-the-detroit-of-asia.htm
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    • 1. International Recruitment opportunities in India
      May 2011 – DRAFT
    • 2. Table of Contents
      Executive Summary
      Indian Business (Commerce) Schools Rankings
      7
      Recent Trends in Indian student enrollment in the US
      10
      Socioeconomic & Media Snapshot
      13
      Fall 2011 travel opportunities in India
      18
      Conclusions & Next Steps
      22
      Appendix A: General data (e.g. demographic) on India
      3
      26
      2
    • 3. Executive summary
      3
    • 4. Executive summary
      Executive Summary, India
      4
      30% of India’s population is under 14 yrs. old
      India: 2011 Cricket World Cup Hosts and Winners
      Population (2010): 1.2 billion
      35% of India’s total population is illiterate
      50% of India’s population is under 25 yrs. old
      A scene from the Bollywood film “Monsoon Wedding”
      India is the #2 country of origin for international students studying in the United States in 2010-11. 65% seek graduate study (vs. 15% for undergraduate study)1
      (All callouts) Gruenwald: Presentation at CIS Forum 2010 Monaco, 11/17/2010
      1Open Doors Fact Sheet 2010: India
    • 5. Executive Summary – Building Brand ____ in India
      Achieving Success in India
      5
    • 6. English and other languages in India
      Languages & English Proficiency in India
      6
      Gruenwald: Presentation at CIS Forum 2010 Monaco, 11/17/2010
    • 7. Indian Business (Commerce) Schools Rankings
      7
    • 8. India Times Top 25 Business (Commerce) Colleges, 2010
      Top Ranked Business (Commerce) schools by the India Times (2010)
      8
    • 9. US News & World Report 2010: World’s Best Universities
      US News & World Report 2010 Best World Universities: Asia and Middle Eastern
      9
      #33/#187
      #36/#202
      #43/#249
      #45/#262
      Legend
      REGION RANKING/WORLD RANKING
    • 10. Recent Trends in Indian student enrollment in the US
      10
    • 11. Open Doors Fact Sheet: India
      Indian students studying abroad in the United States
      Academic level of Indian students studying in the United States1
      Summary
      In the 2009/10 academic year, 104,897 students from India were studying in the United States (up 1.6% from the previous year). India is the secondleading place of origin for students in the United States.
      11
      1 Illustration not to scale
      2 Optional Practical Training
    • 12. Fields of Study for top 10 countries in U.S.
      Open Doors Data: Majors for Top 10 Countries Sending Students to the U.S.
      12
      #1
      #2
      #3
    • 13. Socioeconomic & Media Snapshot
      13
    • 14. India by numbers
      14
      1,080: population in millions (2005)
      3.3: are in millions of square km
      2 and 7: India’s rankings in the world in terms of population and area respectively
      16: official/national languages
      22: languages with over one million speakers in India
      869.6: Hindus living in India (in millions)
      144.76: Muslims living in India (in millions)
      80: percentage of the population living on less than $2 a day
      30: percentage of newborns who would qualify for intensive care if they were born in California
      213: percentage increase in electricity consumption per capita between 1980 and 2002
      127: India’s rank in the United Nations Human Development Index (out of 177 countries)
      3.4: percentage of politicians at ministerial level who are women
      29: number of states that, together with six union territories, make up the federal republic
      28: percentage of the population living in cities
      19.94: population in millions of Mumbai, India’s largest city (2006 estimate)
      1: percentage of Indians who have travelled on an airplane
      69: percentage of Indians with a high income who believe that the US is a positive influence on the world.
      50: percentage increase in CO2 emissions per capita from 1900 to 2002
      Butalia, Urvashi. “Greed at the Top.” New Internationalist July 2010: 8-9.
    • 15. Top websites in India, 2010
      Top 25 Websites in India (2010), ranked by Vizisense
      15
      67.5 million internet users in India (March 2011)
      http://www.vizisense.com/
    • 16. Social Media & Business website traffic
      Specific website categories in India (ranked by comScore)
      16
    • 17. Top 10 Newspapers by Circulation in India (Indian Readership Survey)
      17
    • 18. Important city-regions in India
      Most important cities-regions in India*
      18
      1) Mumbai (formerly Bombay)- The fifth most populous city in the world.  Richest city in India.  Has the highest GDP of any city in south, west, or central Asia.  Commercial and entertainment capital of India.  Home to important financial institutions such as the Reserve Bank of India, the Bombay Stock Exchange, and the National Stock Exchange of India.  Houses the Bollywood scene.
      2) Delhi - Eighth largest metropolis in the world.  Has known to be continuously inhabited since at least the 6th century BC.  Largest commercial center in northern India.
      3) Bangalore - 5th most populous agglomeration in the world.  Home of many of the most well-recognized colleges and research institutions in India,  Demographically diverse city and the fastest growing major metropolis in India
      4) Kolkata (formerly Calcutta) - Noted for its revolutionary history, ranging from the India struggle for independence movements.  Struggles with urbanization problems like poverty, pollution, and traffic congestion.  Main business, commercial and financial hub of east India.  Home to the Calcutta Stock Exchange
      5) Chennai - "Detroit of Asia".  World's 36th largest metropolitan area.  Broad industrial base in the automobile, computer, technology, hardware, manufacturing, and healthcare industries.  Second largest exporter of software, IT, and IT-enabled services. Vibrant theatre scene.  Large film industry there known as "Kollywood"
      *Complete web resource list in references section (appendix a)
    • 19. Conclusions & Next Steps
      19
    • 20. Achieving success in Indian student recruitment
      20
    • 21. Undergraduate Indian student funnel
      Possible Undergraduate Indian Student Funnel
      21
    • 22. Recommended Next Research Steps for India
      22
    • 23. Appendix A: General data (e.g. demographic) on India
      23
    • 24. Wealth in India
      24
      Over the past decade, wealth
      per adult…more than doubled in
      India. Nevertheless, only 2
      percent of Indian adults are dollar millionaires.1
      $1 USD
      Equals
      $45 INR (Indian Rupee), May 2011
      Possible Implication: Middle-class Indianinternational students coming to the United States will consider the availability of jobs and scholarships in choosing their place of study
    • 25. Education Path in India
      Education Path from Primary School thru Ph.D........ Programs
      25
      Age
      6
      7
      8
      9
      10
      11
      12
      13
      14
      15
      16
      17
      18
      19
      20
      21
      22
      23
      24
      25
      5
      SEC. EDN.
      ELEMENTARY EDUCATION
      HIGHER EDUCATION
      M. Phil | Ph.D........
      Undergraduate
      Courses
      P.G. UNIV
      PRE PRIMARY
      SECONDARY
      SCHOOL
      SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL Acad./Voc.
      B. Ed
      OPEN UNIVERSITY
      Bachelor of Engineering
      Master of Engineering
      MBBS
      M.D./M.S.
      UPPER
      PRIMARY
      SCHOOL
      PRIMARY SCHOOL
      PRIMARY
      TEACHERTRAINING
      POLYTECHNICS & IITs
      OPEN SCHOOL
      MBBS = Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery
      P.G. = Postgraduate
      B.Ed. = Bachelor of Education
      M. Phil | Ph.D. = Master/Ph.D of Philosophy
      NON FORMAL CENTRES
      SOURCE: Development of Education in India. 1990-93
      COMPULSORY EDUCATION
    • 26. References 1 of 2
      26
      Bartlett, Tom, et al. “Little-Known Colleges Exploit Visa Loopholes to Make Millions Off Foreign Students.” Chronicle of Higher Education20 March 2011.
       
      Bloom, David E. “With Right Policies, India’s Demographics Will Give It an Edge Over China.” Business Today 18 April 2010.
       
      Butalia, Urvashi. “Greed at the Top.” New Internationalist July 2010: 8-9.
       
      Chandrashekhar, Vaishnavi. “As Wealth Rises in India, So Do Private Towns.” Christian Science Monitor 16 July 2010.
       
      Citigroup Foundation and C.J. Huang Foundation. “Census Profile: New York City’s Indian American Population.” Asian American Federation of New York Census Information Center (2004).
       
      Dalrymple, William. “A New Sort of Superpower.” New Statesman 30 January 2006: 20- 22.
       
      Das, Jishnu and Jeffrey Hammer. “Location, Location, Location: Residence, Wealth, and the Quality of Medical Care in Delhi, India.” Health Affairs 27 March 2007.
       
      Deloitte Research. “Navigating a World of Turmoil.” Global Economic Outlook: 2nd Quarter 2011.
      Education First. “EF English Proficiency Index.” EF Education First Ltd. (2011).
       
      Fischer, Karin. “Yale Plans Multimillion-Dollar Expansion of Its Presence in India.” Chronicle of Higher Education 28 November 2008.
      Gruenewald, Marybeth. “Secondary Education in India.” Council of International Schools17 November 2010. PowerPoint Presentation.
       
      Institute of International Education. “India.”
      Linden Tours. “India Tour.” 2010.
       
      McMurtrie, Beth. “Despite Hurdles, India is Ripe for Partnerships, Educators Say.” Chronicle of Higher Education 23 February 2011.
       
      McMurtrie, Beth. “Global Downturn is Not All Bad News for International Educators.” Chronicle of Higher Education 6 March 2006: 25-26.
       
      Neelakantan, Shailaja. “Rapid Expansion Strains Elite Indian Institutes.” Chronicle of Higher Education 20 January 2009.
        
    • 27. References 2 of 2
      27
      Nielsen Company and India Today. “Methodology: How the Colleges are Ranked.” India Today 20 June2010.
      Open Doors. “Open Doors Fact Sheet: India.” Open Doors: Report on International Educational Exchange (2010).
      Punj, Deepshikha. “Choose the Path Wisely.” India Today 1 September 2010. Web. <http://indiatoday.intoday.in/site/story/choose-the-path-wisely/1/111108.html>
       
      Shailaja, Neelakantan. “Elite Technology Institutes in India Double Their Tuition.” Chronicle of Higher Education 16 May 2008.
       
      “The Importance of Price in College Attendance: A Pennsylvania Conundrum.” Change: The Magazine of Higher Learning Jul.-Aug. 2006.
       
      Vaish, Nandini. “India’s Best Colleges: Commerce.” India Today 20 June 2010. Web. http://indiatoday.intoday.in/site/story/indias-best-colleges-commerce/1/102141.html
      Slide 14: “Most Important City-Regions in India”
      World Urbanization Projects (2010). Web. <http://esa.un.org/unup/index.asp?panel=2 >
      Mumbai Metropolitan Region Development Authority (2009) Web. <<http://www.mmrdamumbai.org/projects_muip.htm>
      World Gazetteer Population Study (2010) Web. <http://www.world-gazetteer.com/wg.php?x=&men=gcis&lng=en&dat=80&geo=-104&srt=pnan&col=aohdq&msz=1500&pt=c&va=&srt=pnan>
      Largest Urban Agglomerations 1950-2015. Web.<http://www.un.org/esa/population/publications/WUP2005/2005WUP_DataTables11.pdf>
      Rediff Business. “Chennai, Detroit of Asia?”, (June 2010). Web. <http://business.rediff.com/slide-show/2010/jun/30/slide-show-1-auto-is-chennai-the-detroit-of-asia.htm>

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