Indian School of Business Launches DLabs, to Incubate 50 Start-ups this Year

On June 29 2017, Indian School of Business (ISB) announced the launch of physical incubation and acceleration centre on its campus in Hyderabad. This incubation arm, DLabs plans to incubate approximately 50 companies this year. DLabs is the incubation and acceleration arm of Indian School of Business set up in collaboration with the Department of Science and Technology, Government of India. The physical centre called DLabs will have a proper environment and ecosystem in place for startups to push forward their entrepreneurial journey. For the DLabs, the business school has partnered with Department of Science and Technology and comes under the bigger umbrella of its already existing Centre for Innovation and Entrepreneurship (CIE). DLabs physical centre will support entrepreneurial...

The Young India's Aspirations

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If you meet somebody who is under 35 in Bangalore, do not ask them the typical question, what do...

KIET Group of Institutions: The House of Learning and Doing

HER Team

'Technology is our religion and quality is our motto which is the driving force, motivating the...

K.K. Wagh Institute of Engineering Education and Research: Pioneers of Productive Learning

By: HER Team

Holding the pride of being the first engineering institute in Nasik, Maharashtra in the year...

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Marian College: Preparing 21st Century IT Talent amidst the Misty Mountains

By: HER Team

Kuttikkanam, a famous tourist destination in Kerala, also hosts one of the youngest autonomous...

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LPU Researchers Come up with Fitness Device

By: HER Team

Researchers at Lovely Professional University (LPU) have come up with a befitting device which...

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Rajagiri College of Social Sciences (Autonomous): Envoy of Holistic Computer Education

By: HER Team

Established in 2001, Rajagiri College of Social Sciences (RCSS) endeavours to bring out...

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After PISAT, PES Varsity to Launch 2 More Satellites

By: HER Team

The PES University will be launching two more satellites and the two satellites -PISAT 2 and...

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StartIn College programme sponsors 31 students to visit Silicon Valley

By: HER Team

Startupcollege programme is inviting students from India instituted by the Start-up Village...

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Sri Ramakrishna College of Arts and Science for Women: Empowering the IT Industry with Women Workforce

By: HER Team

Sri Ramakrishna College of Arts and Science for Women (SRCW) was established in the year 1991...

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"Kalamsat" Worlds lightest satellite designed by 18-year old Indian student

By: HER Team

India once again created history by launching the world's lightest satellite weighing 64 grams,...

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India will enter a New Era in Higher Education with "Swayam"

By: HER Team

A 'Made in India' IT platform - MOOC (Massive Open Online Courses), or Swayam - will host courses...

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Soft Skills: A Key Ingredient to Bag Any Job

By: Silky Jain

In the current day and age, many graduate candidates come armed with enough proficiency of skill...

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Overseas Education: Students Must Enumerate a SWAT Analysis on Their Profile

By: Adarsh Khandelwal

Students should attempt to strengthen their profile with the goal of making themselves more...

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Jobs of the Future: Opportunities in the IT Sector

By: James Stanger

As the world becomes more digitalized, companies are transforming to use technology more...

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Research Conundrums: Will It Melt Down?

By: Dr. K.S.Chandrasekhar

The Indian Higher Education scenario has changed over the years. From public funded universities...

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Save our Engineering Souls (SoES)!!! Need of the hour

By: Prof. (Dr.) V.R. Raghuveer

Engineering education is losing its sheen due to the lack of interest in the minds of students....

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Kristu Jayanti College: Exceeding Expectations with a Divine Touch

By: Sarath Shyam

Kristu Jayanti College, founded in 1999, is run by 'Bodhi Niketan Trust,' formed by the members...

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Top 10 Promising MCA Colleges in India 2017

By: HER Team

Hardly any nations can beat India when it comes to providing cost competitiveness in IT services....

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Achieving Student Delight: A Fascinating Responsibility

By: Keshav Sridhar

Who does not want to be a leader in their chosen field? We all 'Aspire to Inspire', don’t we?...

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Top 10 Promising MCA Colleges in India 2017

Hardly any nations can beat India when it comes to providing cost competitiveness in IT services. India is the world's largest sourcing destination for the information technology (IT) industry, accounting for approximately 67 per cent of the US$ 124-130 billion market. The industry employs about 10 million workforces. More importantly, the industry has led the economic transformation of the country and altered the perception of India in the global economy. The Indian IT sector is expected to grow at a rate of 12-14 per cent for FY2016-17 in constant currency terms. The sector is also expected triple its current annual revenue to reach US$ 350 billion by FY 2025.
Now, creating jobs in the IT sector is not the sole responsibility of multinationals bigwigs companies. The reports says that employees from 12 Indian start-ups, such as Flipkart, Snapdeal, Makemytrip, Naukri, Ola and others, have gone on to form 700 start-ups on their own, thus expanding the Indian start-up ecosystem. India ranks third among global start-up ecosystems with more than 4,200 start-ups. While, the IT industry has created significant demand in the Indian education sector, especially for engineering and computer science, it is time for us to look into the quality of the IT graduates we are churning out every year. There are many MCA providing institutes in the country that have implicitly and explicitly said that they have added higher-skilled courses like Big Data Analytics, Cloud and Cyber security service, Digital technologies and so on to their regular stream, which would help the students to find a lucrative job in the IT sector. However, how many of them are true to their word? 
Hence, we at Higher Education Review, bring 'Top 10 Promising MCA Colleges in India' to help the companies and the students know about the institutions, who are producing qualified and skilled IT professionals and placing them successfully in reputed organizations every year. In the next few pages, we have listed the names of India's Top 10 Promising MCA Colleges and we sincerely hope that our efforts will help the students who are looking for something challenging and new to add in their profiles.