Organisation : Ministry of Education
Service Name : Helpline Numbers
Headquarters : Noida
Industry : Government
Service/ Product : Study in India/ Plan Your Stay
Website : https://www.studyinindia.gov.in/
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Study in India Helpline Numbers
For Any Support Dial Our : Toll Free +91 9899-450-350
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Plan Your Stay Helpline Numbers
|1033||Emergency Relief Centre on National Highways|
|104||State level helpline for Health|
|104||Hospital On Wheels|
|1070||Central Relief Commissioner for Natural Calamities|
|1070||Relief Commissioners of Central/State/Union territory|
|1073||Traffic Help Line|
|1077||Control room of District Collector/Magistrate|
|1090||Anti terror Helpline/Alert All India|
|1091||Women in Distress|
|1092||Earth-quake Help line service|
|1096||Natural disaster control room|
|1097||AIDS help line service|
|1098||Child abuse hotline|
|1099||Central Accident and Trauma Services|
|1099||Catastrophe & Trauma service|
|112||General emergency Department of Telecommunications (DoT)|
|112||All in one Emergency Number|
|1320, 131, 1321||Indian Railway General Enquiry|
|1322||For any theft or harassment, nuisance caused due to smoking or alcohol consumption on train|
|1322||Indian Railway Security Helpline|
|133||Railway Helpline for Arrival/Departure and Reservation services|
|1414||Air India ( Confirmation / Cancellation Enquiry)(Called Party)|
|155200||Military Police Help Line|
|1583||National Directory Enquiry (NDQ) Service|
|1602||India Telephone Card Enquiry|
|1718||Maritime Search and Rescue control room of coastal guard|
|1800-11-4000||National Consumer Helpline|
|1800-11-7800||MyGov Toll Free Number for MannKiBaat for ideas and suggestions|
|1800-111-139||IRCTC Help Line|
|1800-180-1104||National Health Helpline|
|1800-180-5522||Anti Ragging-Emails at firstname.lastname@example.org|
|1800-3000-780||Mann Ki Baat on the toll-free number|
|181||Domestic abuse and sexual violence-Women’s Helpline|
|1904||Indian Army Help Line|
|1906||LPG emergency helpline number|
|1910||Blood bank Information|
|1911||Dial a doctor|
|1913||Tourist Office (Govt.of India)|
|1919||Eye bank information service|
Indian Higher Education:
India is the third-largest education network in the world after the US and China, with around 950 universities and 45,000 colleges. The Indian Higher Education system is known for its quality of education and affordability, especially in the engineering and technology disciplines.
Indian institutes offer equally competitive non-STEM disciplines such as commerce, business management, humanities, arts, social affairs, and allied medical sciences, and are as popular as STEM courses.
The higher education system in India is a complex construct where change is constant. Many developments to the system with the growing global trends; and a building expanse of institutions ensures necessary revisions and upgrades to make for exciting courses and specializations offered in Indian institutes. Students can choose from a diverse range of courses at India’s many institutes.
India India’s institutes mainly comprise of universities and colleges, further characterised as Central universities, State universities, private universities, deemed universities, public colleges, private colleges, and autonomous colleges.
India is also home to prestigious institutes recognised as Institutes of National Importance (INI) and Institutes of Eminence (IoE). Distance learning and open education are also features of the Indian higher education system and are looked after by the Distance Education Council.
The Study in India program has partnered with more than 100 premier Indian institutes, including 10 state universities, 20 deemed universities, 40 Institutes of National Importance, 5 Institutes of Eminence, and many top colleges. Most Indian institutes offer education for the following program level