From our bureau Hyderabad January-22: After the US and UK. it is now Germany
turn to look towards cyber city for qualified IT professionals and engineers.
And as part of its efforts to induct these professional, DAAD (German Academic Exchange Program) organized an
orientation session on PG. studies and research in German universities at Ciefl on
More than two hundred professionals attended the session as they were introduced to concepts of education in
German universities. Hannelore Bossmann, the coordinator informed that higher education in
Germany is paid for by the state exchequer and is absolutely free for Germans.
Indo-German collaboration is looking up in the fields of tools, industrial
equipment, auto mobiles, chemicals and computer software she added. And Germany is looking at Indian Professionals to fill-up slots in the sector.
Courses in these sectors ---especially Phd programs are sponsored by industry and students
have to do internship with industrial sectors in Germany top get their degree. There are two types of universities in Germany---research oriented in Applied
Science, and those dealings with public administration there is academic freedom and students allowed to choose their
subjects. There are three hundred universities offering around 9000 courses in
said students can logon to websites like www.daad.de for details on courses offered.